• BATSMEN
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    7.6 good catch! It's a slider from Kuldeep. After the slow one that turns away from the corridor. This is straight through at the same line. Warner goes for the cut and gets a big outside edge. Dhoni takes a sharp one that nearly slides out of his gloves. A slight juggle to hold on to it. Kuldeep is ecstatic. Warner, less so. 35/4
    3.5 bowled him! Bumrah's length is tough to pick for most, let alone a debutant. He sits on the back foot. And swipes across the line on length. It's just short of good length and skids through, as it does for Bumrah. Just above knee height and into the off stump 15/1
    4.6 out the next ball! If you think Bumrah's bowling action is queer, you should see this catch! This is a length ball, on middle stump. Straightens and climbs as he looks to flick this into the leg side. It's a top edge that flies over Bumrah at short fine leg. He runs backwards in pursuit...only to realise he has overdone it. By the time it comes down, he's facing the crowd. Extraordinarily, he arches backwards, puts up a reverse-cup and follows this swerving ball to hold on. As if the ball from the crowd! Stunning 20/2
    6.4 caught behind. Offcutters, slower ball, knuckle balls. Australia have not been able to get themselves in at all. This is a knuckle ball pushed wide, back of a length. Head has plenty of room. But he's early on the shot. Swings hard and gets an outside edge that lobs harmlessly through to Dhoni - almost dipping on him - and he completes a simple take 29/3
    11.6 holes out to long-on! Tossed up wide outside off. The perfect place for someone slogging across the line. On length, it's still hittable. But it's also turning away. He gets it off the toe and straight to the fielder. Chahal holds up his arms like everything was planned. 76/5
    12.3 wrong'un. Good length outside off. Crouches early to set up for the slog sweep. But again, it's spinning away. He lifts it high towards deep midwicket and Jadeja takes it cleanly 76/6
    15.2 Wade steps down the track and flashes hard, Chahal drags his length back outside off and darts it wide outside off, well past the batsman's reach. Dhoni collects it and whips the bails off. Chepauk raises itself to a big roar again. More questions over Wade after a poor series with the bat in Bangladesh 93/7
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    17.1 The asking rate has ballooned. Cummins aims to prick the balloon with a slog over midwicket, against the break. But a top edge balloons to short third man. It started on middle and turned away to claim the edge 109/8
    19.2 Heaved flat and hard to Jadhav at deep midwicket. Good length slower one at 114ks, not sure if that was a knuckle ball. Coulter-Nile can't clear the man in the deep. Rohit gives Jadhav a leaping high-five 127/9
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    Extras
    6 (lb 1, w 5)
    TOTAL
    137/9 (21 Overs, RR: 6.52)
    Fall of wickets: 1-15 (HWR Cartwright, 3.5 ov), 2-20 (SPD Smith, 4.6 ov), 3-29 (TM Head, 6.4 ov), 4-35 (DA Warner, 7.6 ov), 5-76 (GJ Maxwell, 11.6 ov), 6-76 (MP Stoinis, 12.3 ov), 7-93 (MS Wade, 15.2 ov), 8-109 (PJ Cummins, 17.1 ov), 9-127 (NM Coulter-Nile, 19.2 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    B Kumar4.002516.25102020
    JJ Bumrah4.002015.00132010
    HH Pandya4.002827.0092010
    Kuldeep Yadav4.003328.25121300
    YS Chahal5.003036.00161210

Match Notes

Kuldeep again

4

No. of times Kuldeep has dismissed Warner across all formats, in 5 innings. He dismissed him in the Test earlier this year and in today's ODI again.

Hat-trick habit

4

No. of times Pandya has hit three consecutive sixes in International cricket this year. He did it twice v Pak in Champions Trophy, once v SL in Test and this match.

Double duck

4

No. of instances of India's No. 3 and No. 4 both getting duck out in the same ODI, including Kohli and Pandey in this match.

Kohli's second

2

No. of ducks for Kohli in ODIs this year, in 19 innings. He had not got a single duck in last 2 years (2015 & 2016) in 30 innings.

Not chasing

3

No. of times Kohli has elected to bat first from 17 times he won the toss in ODIs, including today. India had posted totals of 404 and 375 in those two games batting first.