Starc was at his classy best as he took his 9th five-wicket haul as the visitors bundled out India for 117 in 26 overs. Marsh and Head then chased down the target in the blink of an eye and took the Aussies home in just 11 overs.
It was an afternoon of records for both the teams. For India, the hosts were on the wrong side of the history books and several unfair records will haunt them for some time. Australia, on the other hand, enjoyed a perfect day and rewrote the books with a clinical performance.
Here’s a look at the records that were rewritten and broken india vs australia Second ODI.
# The 117 This is now India’s third lowest score in ODIs against Australia. 63 in 1981 and 100 Both against Australia in Sydney in 2000 remain India’s lowest totals.
# It was also India’s fourth lowest ODI score at home 78 Vs Sri Lanka in 1986, 100 vs West Indies in 1993 and 112 Vs Sri Lanka in 2017.
# Mitchell Starc moved to the third spot in the list of most five-sixes in ODIs. It was Starc’s ninth fifty in the format and the fast bowler is now only behind Sri Lanka’s Muttiah Muralitharan. (10) and Waqar Yunus of Pakistan (13),
# The defeat was also India’s worst ever defeat in ODIs in terms of balls remaining as Australia chased down the target of 118 runs. 234 remaining balls.
#Australia removed 121/0 in 11 overs And this is now his third fastest (in terms of overs) ODI run-chase completion. the other two are 66/1 in 7.5 overs against USA in 2004 and 71/1 in 9.2 overs Against West Indies in 2013.