IND vs AUS: These embarrassing records in the name of Chahal, trolled badly


Sydney: In the first ODI between India and Australia (IND vs AUS), the same thing was feared. Because of the bowlers of Team India, the team remained completely on the backfoot in the match. Australian batsmen beat every Indian bowler fiercely and made some unsolicited records. In particular, Yuzvendra Chahal was badly beaten and he put an embarrassing record in his name.

Kangaroos spoiled Indian bowlers’ line length

Four bowlers of India gave more than 60 runs. Navdeep Saini, Jaspreet Bumrah, Ravindra Jadeja, Yuzvendra Chahal all scored more than 60 runs in their 10 overs. This is the second time in ODIs that four bowlers of India have given 60 or more runs after throwing all the overs of their quota.

Mohammed Shami was the most economical bowler giving 59 runs in 10 overs. Chahal took 89 wickets in 10 overs and took just one wicket. Bumrah took one wicket for 73 runs in 10 overs. Navdeep Saini also scored 83 runs in 10 overs at an average of 8.3 and achieved just one success. Shami gave 59 runs in 10 overs and took three wickets.

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Chahal got an embarrassing record

Leg spinner Yuzvendra Chahal (Yuzvendra Chahal) Flopped badly. He has become the highest Indian spin bowler to score the most runs in an ODI. Chahal took just one wicket for 89 runs in 10 overs in the first ODI match with Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Chahal took the wicket of Marcus Stoinis who could not open the account.

Moved in this unwanted list

Prior to Chazal (Yuzvendra Chahal), this unspent record was in the name of leg-spinner Piyush Chawla, who scored 85 runs in 10 overs against Pakistan in 2008. For India, the record for spending the most runs in a match is in the name of fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who scored 105 runs in 2015 against South Africa in Mumbai.

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World’s most expensive bowler

On the other hand, all the teams at the international level are seen together and the record of the most expensive bowler in one ODI is in the name of Australia’s Mick Lewis. Louis gave 113 runs in 10 overs against South Africa in Johannesburg and did not take a single wicket.


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