In fact, the 29th over of the Indian innings was being bowled by fast bowler Mitchell Starc from Australia. On the fifth ball of his over, Akshar played a shot towards the covers and cleverly tried to collect a run. Captain Steve Smith stationed there immediately stopped the ball coming out of par by diving. Seeing this, Kohli, standing at the non-striker’s end, refused to take the run. But by the time Patel had come to half the pitch. In such a situation, Steve threw the throw at the wicketkeeper’s end lying down from the covers. Coming running the ball was collected by Alex Carey and Akshar was run out straight away. Due to this whole incident, Akshar Patel, who was running in good rhythm, got out after scoring just 2 runs.
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The condition of the third ODI was something like this
Australia won the toss and decided to bat first in the third ODI played in Chennai. In such a situation, the visiting team got all out by scoring 269 runs while batting first. Mitchell Marsh scored the highest 47 runs for Australia. At the same time, Hardik Pandya was the most successful bowler for India by taking 3 wickets. Chasing the target of 270 runs, Team India got piled on only 248 runs. Barring a half-century from Virat Kohli (54), almost every batsman disappointed. Adam Zampa took the maximum 4 wickets from the Kangaroos. However, India eventually lost the match by 21 runs.
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