2nd T20I: Jason Behrendorff on fire, dismisses 'top-guns' in India

2nd T20I: Jason Behrendorff on fire, dismisses 'top-guns' in India

2nd T20I: Jason Behrendorff on fire, dismisses 'top-guns' in India

However, the match offers an opportunity for Australia to bounce back in the series and level it.

The match was disrupted by rain when the Australian team was at 118/8 in 18.4 overs. Among the visitors it is only Aron Finch, David Warner and Steave Smith who had been reliable in their batting squad.

Team India got a reality check in the second T20I against Australia as they got beaten by 8 wickets with 27 balls to spare.

Australia, looking to stay alive in the series, brought Marcus Stoinis back to replace Daniel Christian.

After having restricted Australia to 118-8, the match was delayed by rain for more than an hour, after which India were set a target of 48 from 6 overs, which they chased down quite comfortably.

Two balls later, Behrendorff caught and bowled Kohli to put India in a spot of bother. Hardik Pandya proved to be the missing link, India desperately wanted since the downslide of Irfan Pathan and he seems to repay their faith with solid performances with both bat and the ball.

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Rohit Sharma started off in a positive vein after David Warner won the toss and elected to field on a surface which had the sheen to be exploited. Behrendorff also became the first bowler to send Kohli back to the pavilion without troubling the scorers in T20 worldwide cricket.

Ex captain cool and the team's pillar, MS Dhoni has also found his place in the team and has been performing extremely well behind the stumps as well as has been doing the job of the anchor of the team pretty decently.

Maxwell fell to his least favourite bowler in recent times, Yuzvendra Chahal, unable to spank a long-hop over the fence and from there on it was a procession.

Henriques was the wrecker-in-chief for the visiting side as he weathered the Indian pace attack before taking apart the spinners, especially Kuldeep Yadav who received the most of the punishment. Jasprit Bumrah, 11. Bhuvneshwar Kumar.

3 overs, 4 wickets, 15 runs for Behrendorff.

That all his dismissals have come against Chahal underlines the all-rounder's inability to tackle leg-spin. The pacer then made it two from the over, removing Coulter-Nile as well.

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