India vs Australia Highlights – T20 World Cup 27 March 2016

India vs Australia Highlights – T20 World Cup 27 March 2016


T20 World Cup 2016: India vs Australia Highlights, T20 World Cup on 27 March 2016. Ind vs Aus Highlights at Mohali, Watch India vs Australia Cricket Highlights on Sunday, 27th March 2016.

Cricket Series: T20 World Cup 2016

Toss: Australia won the toss and elected to bat

Team Squad:

India Squad: MS Dhoni*†, R Ashwin, JJ Bumrah, S Dhawan, Harbhajan Singh, RA Jadeja, V Kohli, Mohammed Shami, P Negi, A Nehra, HH Pandya, AM Rahane, SK Raina, RG Sharma, Yuvraj Singh

Australia Squad: SPD Smith*, DA Warner, AC Agar, NM Coulter-Nile, JP Faulkner, AJ Finch, JW Hastings, JR Hazlewood, UT Khawaja, MR Marsh, GJ Maxwell, PM Nevill†, AJ Tye, SR Watson, A Zampa

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India secured their spot in the ICC World T20 with a magnificent 6 wickets win over Australia at Mohali on Sunday.

Steven Smith won the toss for Australia and elected to bat first. Khawaja and Finch did exactly what their Captain hoped for, getting the team off to an explosive start. Khawaja was the first man dismissed with his score on 26 off 16 balls, helping Australia post 59 runs in the power play overs. After a poor opening over, Ashwin struck a huge blow when he has David Warner stumped for 6. India sprung a surprise with the ball, opting to bowl Yavraj Singh, this worked as he picked up Smith with his first delivery, despite the decision being a contentious one. With all the drama unfolding at the other end it was Finch who kept his cool to top score with 43 off 34 balls before falling victim to Pandya in the 13th over. Watson provided some lusty blows down the order to help Australia post 160/6, perhaps a few runs short given the good start they had. Pandya was the top wicket taker for India, ending with 2/36 from his 4 overs.

India opted for a much more subdued start to their innings, which put them under a lot of pressure. Both Dhawan and Sharma were back in the hut at the conclusion of the power play with just 37 runs on the board. It was the bat of Virat Kohli that put on a show to beat all shows, as he paced his innings to absolute perfection, ending 82* off just 51 balls to guide India over the line. He received good support from MS Dhoni tho struck the winning runs off the first delivery of the final over to secure India’s spot in the semi-finals.