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India’s story: From 2-0 to 2-3

DNMUM433429 | 3/14/2019 | Author : Chander Shekhar Luthra | WC :689

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Kohli & Co lose 5-match series as Aussies win decider by 35 runs; Khawaja scores ton again

Making mockery of Team India’s experimentation to find the perfect playing eleven for the World Cup this year, Australia sealed the five-match series with their three in-a-row win here at the Ferozeshah Kotla here on Wednesday.
And, there was no better way to show India the proverbial mirror, not just winning with a comprehensive 35-run margin but also a bilateral ODI series here after nearly a decade. The last series win for Australia came in 2009 when they defeated India 4-2 in a six-match series.
Australia rode on opener Usman Khawaja’s century (100), his second of the series, to post a challenging 272/9 after winning the toss. Keeping in mind the history of Kotla wicket — where ball tends to keep low as the match progresse
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