IND Vs AUS 3rd ODI: Pandya-Jadeja hit a brilliant half-century, 303 runs challenge in front of Australia

IND Vs AUS: India has set a target of 303 runs against Australia in the third and final ODI match being played at the Manuka Oval ground in Canberra. India scored 302, losing five wickets in 50 overs, on the basis of innings of captain Virat Kohli’s 63, Hardik Pandya’s unbeaten 92 and Ravindra Jadeja’s unbeaten 66 runs.

Indian batsmen scored 93 runs in the last seven overs and for India, the biggest partnership for the sixth wicket against Australia in one day. The captain faced 78 balls in his half-century innings and hit five fours. Pandya and Jadeja shared 150 runs for the sixth wicket to bring the team to a strong score.

Team India did not have a good start in the third ODI. Shikhar Dhawan, running in excellent form, returned to the pavilion after scoring just 16 runs. Subsequently, Shubman Gill took the front with Virat Kohli.

A 54-run partnership for the third wicket between Shubman Gill and Virat Kohli. But on the score of 33, Gil became the victim of Agar. Iyer failed to play big innings once again and he became a victim of Jampa by scoring 19 runs.

Virat played an innings of 63 runs

On the score of 5 runs, KL Rahul also made Agar his victim. Virat Kohli held one end and completed his 60th half-century. Virat Kohli scored 63 runs and was dismissed for the third time in the series.

Team India were in trouble after losing five wickets at the score of 152. But in the end, Pandya played an innings of 92 and Jadeja scored an unbeaten 60 to bring the team to a score of 302.

The spin bowlers of Australia bowled amazingly. Jampa conceded just 45 runs in 10 overs, while Eger spent 44 runs in his 10 overs. Ashton Egger took two wickets for Australia, Josh Hazlewood, Sean Abbott, Adam Zampa took one wicket each.

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