Ind vs Aus, 2nd ODI: HORROR for Suryakumar Yadav as Mitchell Starc again traps him LBW on first ball – WATCH

India’s star T20 batter Suryakumar Yadav unsuccessful still yet again in ODIs as he obtained out on the initially ball for the second time in a row through the second ODI towards Australia off Mitchell Starc in Vishakhapatnam. Yadav was trapped LBW for the next consecutive time in as lots of ODIs by Starc, leaving India 3 down for 32 in 5 overs.

In the to start with ODI as nicely, Yadav was trapped LBW by Mitchell Starc on the to start with ball following coming in to bat amount four. India have been 32/2 with Starc eradicating skipper Rohit Sharma – who manufactured his comeback in the match after lacking out in the to start with ODI – and despatched Yadav packing with an in-swinging supply. 

Yadav experienced a chat with non-striker Virat Kohli after becoming offered out by the on-filed umpire and decided against having the assessment. The hawk-eye later on showed that the ball would have hit the middle stump and Yadav’s determination to not evaluation the on-subject umpire’s out get in touch with was ideal. Have a look at the online video in this article:

Starc, who took three wickets in the initially ODI, once more unleashed fury on the Indian leading-purchase with his menacing bowling as he took out Shubman Gill, Rohit Sharma, Suryakumar Yadav and KL Rahul in just five overs he bowled inside the very first 10 overs, providing away only 28 operates.

Gill was initially to depart on a duck, falling prey to a unfastened shot on a huge delivery on the 3rd ball of the match. Kohli and Rohit then steadied the inning, scoring freely before Starc took out each Rohit and Yadav on successive deliveries whilst bowling a double-wicket maiden fifth more than.

KL Rahul, who played a match-successful inning of 75 off 91 balls in the very first ODI, was then trapped LBW as nicely on the fourth ball of the ninth in excess of. Rahul, even so, challenged the on-subject umpire’s choice but alas, the ball was hitting the leg stump and he experienced to go back.

Vice-captain Hardik Pandya then chased a wide ball from Sean Abbott and Aussie skipper Steve Smith plucked a blinder in the slips and India were being still left five down for 51 after 10 overs. Virat Kohli, obtaining scored 22 off 23, nevertheless, was however on the crease with final match’s Player-of-the-Match winner Ravindra Jadeja (2 off 4).

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