AUS vs IND: A scintillating knock by the Australian Test team captain Steve Smith and a combined bowling performance helped Australia beat India by 51 runs in the second ODI in Sydney. With this emphatic triumph, Australia sealed the ODI series by 2-0 with one match to go. During the match, when Team India chasing a stiff total an accident occurred in the crowd, An Indian Proposed to an Australian Girl and She said 'YES' during the IND vs AUS 2nd ODI, got everyone's attention. It has occurred after the completion of 20 overs of India's inning when Shreyas Iyer and skipper Virat Kohli build a partnership for the 4th wicket.
Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell seen smiling and clapping at this marriage proposal in the crowd. The brilliant work done by the official cameras caught these lovers in the crowd that shows how the boys are risky on the ground as well as outside the field. The Indian guy was really lucky as she said ''Yes'' directly after the marriage proposal. To watch the full video, scroll down below
SHE SAID YES ‼️ 💍— Fox Cricket (@FoxCricket) November 29, 2020
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IND vs AUS 2nd ODI Match Highlights:
Chasing a mammoth target of 390 runs, India got off to a flying start but both the openers in the likes of Mayank Agarwal and Shikhar Dhawan threw their wickets away. Virat Kohli (89) kept India in the hunt in the middle over along with KL Rahul (76) but the required rate kept climbing in the stiff chase.
Hardik Pandya (28) too looked colorless as Virat's Men in Blue eventually ended up at 338/9 in its full quota of 50 overs, falling 51 runs short of the target set by the Aussies.
Earlier, Earlier, Australia set a total of 389/4 after the completion of their 50 overs in the second ODI of the three-match series at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Steve Smith hits his second successive ton and guides his team to set a massive total. David Warner (83), Aaron Finch (60), Marnus Labuschagne (70), and Glenn Maxwell (63*) all scored quick fifties to take Australia to cross an average par score.