The second T20I between India and Australia was underway with many delays, but it was worth the wait as fans were treated to an absolute masterpiece from the Indian bowlers. Rohit Sharma won the toss and decided to bowl first, then Cameron Green and Aaron Finch batted.
With the match reduced to just 8 overs per side, Australian players knew they had to hit the ball from the start.
Green tried to speed up the innings with a big hit in the park, but Virat Kohli almost made a great catch, though he came up painfully short.
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However, the former Indian skipper would have had the last laugh when he came up with a remarkable bull’s eye to sack Green. Kohli collected and threw the ball to Axar Patel, who was on hand and loosened the braces to collect the first blood for India.
Watch Virat Kohli’s bullseye throw:
While we were talking about the match, Team India won the match by six wickets, as Rohit Sharma crushed an unbeaten 20-ball 46. His knock helped the hosts chase the required 91-run goal.