Player of the Match
Player of the Match

4.20pm And that will be the game for Australia A, completing a dominant 119-run victory. Australia A win with the bonus point too. Another convincing win for Australia A, and they are cruising through this competition so far with two bonus-point wins. India A were in it initially, but lost regular wickets and were soon struggling. Australia A bowled discernibly well too. Thoroughly deserved win.

Joe Burns is the Man of the Match. "It was one of those days. It's a frustrating game at times but when you get the luck, you have to ride it."

Chand: "Very disappointed but it is part of the game. It was a flat wicket too. Getting big runs is important, two batsmen have to stay there till the end. I threw it away too."

Khawaja: "Fun to get out there and score those runs. Always areas where you can improve, but I would have to be very picky. We took enough wickets to close out the game."

Sandhu to Kulkarni, OUT, what a catch Pattinson. Unbelievable catch. A good length delivery which is hit in the air over mid-off, Pattinson runs back and takes an amazing running catch over his head. Brilliant stuff from Patto.

DS Kulkarni c Pattinson b Sandhu 19 (34m 25b 0x4 2x6) SR: 76.00

Sandhu to Sandeep Sharma, 1 run, shorter length outside off, the thick outside edge runs away down to third man
Sandhu to Sandeep Sharma, no run, short of a length on middle and leg, Sandeep gets behind the ball and defends

The physio is out attending to Dhawal. Sandhu comes back.

42 | 1 Run | IND-A: 214/9 (121 runs required from 48 balls, RR: 5.09, RRR: 15.12)

  • Dhawal Kulkarni19 (24b)
  • Sandeep Sharma2 (17b)
  • Nathan Coulter-Nile9-1-41-0
  • Adam Zampa10-0-49-4
Coulter-Nile to Kulkarni, no run, 141 kph, drifts on the pads, Dhawal is hit high on the pads and rolls away towards the off side
Coulter-Nile to Kulkarni, no run, 142 kph, Dhawal gets under it almost simultaneously as the time it pitches. Lets it go
Coulter-Nile to Kulkarni, no run, Short again on middle and leg, defended into the leg side
Coulter-Nile to Kulkarni, no run, 143 kph on Dhawal's rib cage, well directed. Awkwardly played with one hand. Lobs up just past the stumps
Coulter-Nile to Kulkarni, 1 wide, very short again, Dhawal ducks again. Way too high and called wide
Coulter-Nile to Kulkarni, no run, goes short again, halfway down, Dhawal gets under it

Rather superfluous the banter from Australia. It is only spurring these two to play the overs out

Coulter-Nile to Kulkarni, no run, short and wide outside off, Dhawal jumps out of the line to let it go
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India A 2nd innings Partnerships

1st24MA AgarwalUBT Chand
2nd28MK PandeyUBT Chand
3rd15KK NairUBT Chand
4th23KM JadhavUBT Chand
5th33KM JadhavSV Samson
6th33KM JadhavAR Patel
7th12KM JadhavParvez Rasool
8th15KV SharmaParvez Rasool
9th19KV SharmaDS Kulkarni
10th13DS KulkarniSandeep Sharma