Australia won the opening T20I of four wickets after easily reaching a challenging 209 run score. Australia dominated the chase race and came home in 19.2 overs. Matthew Wade (45 not out of 21) and Cameron Green (61 out of 30), the two players who won the World Cup the previous year, played superb innings to quickly reduce a difficult score. Despite the start of Australia, the total was impressive.
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Australia won by five wickets to take the 1-0 lead in the series.
Thanks to the exceptional efforts of Rahul, Pandya and Yadav against Australia in a T20I, India scored their best overall ever. Australia started well in response. Wade’s winning inning helped Australia cross the finish line after Green stole the show in the first half of the inning.
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The goals were very evident from the way Aaron Finch opened the chase (with a six). The crowd was calm only by young Cameron Green’s blinders. He played a superb 61-run inning with only 30 balls, boy. Australia went off course after losing the wicket as the middle order failed to make an impression, but that’s when the deep batting lineup for the Australians kicked in. They chased the huge score in style thanks to Matthew Wade’s expertise and Tim David’s looks. Not to mention Smith’s cameo, which allowed the Aussie to maintain the required speed of execution. Australia had a fantastic chase and they will be thrilled with how the series started.
Live updates for the first T20I between India and Australia: India loses it to Wade
4, 4, 4 – Wade slams a hat-trick on Bhuvi’s last three deliveries, ending the game. The Australians are two runs from the 1-0 lead in the series after scoring 16 runs from the 19th over.
Australia: 207/5 after 19 over