Sports News. The Indian cricket team defeated Australia by 6 runs in the last T20 match played at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. Along with this, India won the five-match series 4-1. At one point in this match, it seemed that the Australian team would easily win the match. But it didn't happen. India won this match with Arshdeep Singh's brilliant bowling in the last over. After this match, Shaheen Shah Afridi started being trolled on social media. Apart from them, Mathew Wade also came on target.
Australia needed 10 runs in the last over to win the match. Suryakumar Yadav, who is captaining Team India in this series, gave the last over to Arshdeep Singh and the bowler saved 10 runs. After this, Wade and Shaheen Shah Afridi were trolled on social media.
This is the case
In fact, in the semi-final of the T20 World Cup played in 2012, the teams of Australia and Pakistan faced each other. In this match, the Pakistan team was looking to win but Wade had beaten Shaheen Shah Afridi and sent Australia to the final. Australia needed 22 runs in the last 2 overs. Afridi came to bowl the 19th over and Wade hit three sixes in this over which was the victory medicine for Australia. In the fifth T20 match too, Wade had a side-arm bowler in front of him.
But this time Wade couldn't do anything and got out on the fast ball after playing the first two balls empty. After this, Arshdeep's IPL franchise Punjab Kings posted a video of Wade's dismissal and wrote that you will not be successful against this left-arm pacer, Wade. Along with this, Wade and Afridi started trolling on social media.
The match was like this
Batting first in this match, India scored 160 runs for the loss of eight wickets. Shreyas Iyer played an innings of 53 runs for Team India in this match. There, Akshar Patel scored 31 runs off 21 balls. Ben McDermott played a brilliant innings for Australia. He scored 54 runs in 36 balls with the help of five sixes. Wade also scored quickly at the end but he could not lead the team to victory. Wade scored 22 runs in 15 balls in which he hit four fours.