Published: Wed, October 11, 2017
Sports | By Mabel Barber

India vs Australia 2nd T20I Live Cricket Score and Updates from Guwahati

India vs Australia 2nd T20I Live Cricket Score and Updates from Guwahati

Australia skipper David Warner hailed Jason Behrendorff after the left-arm quick powered Australia to an eight-wicket series-levelling win over India in the second Twenty20 worldwide on Tuesday.

A fast-bowling masterclass from worldwide rookie Jason Behrendorff has given Australia a shot at an upset T20 series victory over India. The latest instance of this dominance was when India defeated Australia by nine wickets in the first T20I match in Ranchi on Saturday. It became the 49th venue in India to host global cricket, but Australia didn't provide much for the crowd to celebrate after asking the hosts to bat.

India are on a winning run of 7 matches in T20s while Australia without their injured captain Steve Smith have struggled to find the rhythm in the shorter formats against India.

Kohli has scored 1852 runs at an average of 54.47 while he was not out for 13 times in 47 innings of 51 matches in worldwide T20.

The tourists did not get off to the best of starts as Warner (2) and fellow opener Aaron Finch (8) fell early to Australia on 13/2 after 2.5 overs.

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But Henriques, who was promoted over Glenn Maxwell, slammed four delectable sixes and as many number of boundaries to take the wind out of India's sail.

After bombastic wins in the current championship with Australia now team India has reached Guwahati.

Two balls later, Behrendorff caught and bowled Kohli to put India in a spot of bother. "And obviously Dorff bowling there and taking four for in his first real spell for us was fantastic", Warner said. Behrendorff had inflicted the required damage in his opening over from which India failed to recover. Unraveling the mystery of India's wrist spin duo of Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal - who have shared 16 wickets between them in six matches - will go a long way in boosting Australia's chances.

Manish Pandey (6) slashed an outside edge to Tim Paine before a stunning catch from the backpedalling stand-in captain David Warner secured Behrendorff's fourth wicket of the match.

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