Hard-hitting Hardik Pandya powers India to T20 series win over Australia

Check out the key moments from the second T20I played between India and Australia at the SCG.

FirstCricket Staff December 06, 2020 18:44:44 IST
Hard-hitting Hardik Pandya powers India to T20 series win over Australia
Hardhitting Hardik Pandya powers India to T20 series win over Australia

India's Hardik Pandya, left, and Shreyas Iyer celebrate their win in the second T20 international cricket match between Australia and India at the Sydney Cricket Ground. India won by six wickets to take an unassailable lead in the series. AP

Hardhitting Hardik Pandya powers India to T20 series win over Australia

Australia had scored 194-5 after being sent in to bat. Stand-in captain Matthew Wade was run out on 58 after a breakdown in communication with batting partner Steve Smith. Smith, who was on three at the time of Wade’s dismissal, scored 46 from 38 balls. AP

Hardhitting Hardik Pandya powers India to T20 series win over Australia

Glenn Maxwell (22) and Moises Henriques (26) also kept the scoreboard ticking over, while Marcus Stoinis helped Australia take 17 runs off the final over of their innings. AP

Hardhitting Hardik Pandya powers India to T20 series win over Australia

T Natarajan took two out of the five wickets that fell, and Yuzvendra Chahal got the all-important wicket of Steve Smith. AP

Hardhitting Hardik Pandya powers India to T20 series win over Australia

Shikhar Dhawan got India off to a good start with 52 from 36 balls. AP

 

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