Rohit takes off for Vizag as Australia crush 10-wicket win

wall bureau: Such a defeat of the Indian team has come after a long time. Rohit Sharma flew away like a straw. Australia defeated him by 10 wickets (India vs Australia). In Vizag, Ajira went wicketless for 117 runs to win.

Australia’s two openers Travis Head (51) and Mitchell Marsh (66) showed a tough game and defeated India’s famous bowlers. The game ended in 11 overs. Meanwhile, the Australian batsmen scored 121 of India’s 117 runs.

The cricketers of the Indian team are playing continuously. In that tiredness, their attention is going somewhere else. That’s why India’s batting and bowling have completely collapsed. Now the cricketers of the country get 8 lakh rupees for playing one ODI. That is, if you sit in the match, then there is a huge loss. Cricketers are also playing all kinds of cricket these days. It swells the board, but doesn’t cure the real disease.

The total 100 overs of ODI cricket is over in 37 overs. This is not a good advertisement for ODI cricket. Recently, Sachin Tendulkar had talked about changing the format of ODI cricket. He asked to divide the 25 overs into four. This will bring back the charm of the game. If not, then ODI is losing its dignity under the influence of T20 cricket.

The batting of the Indian team has not been good. Bagha Bagha Stars could not score runs in double digits. Starc is the only Australian bowler who has destroyed the opposition stars. Then the bowling of the Indian team is even more pathetic. Couldn’t beat the opposition openers even once.

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