Australia crowned No.1 team in ICC ODI Rankings!!!

After the defeat of the indian team against australia in the third and last ODI (IND vs AUS 3rd ODI) played in chennai, there has been a big change in the ranking (ICC ODI Team Ranking). Batting first in chennai on Tuesday, australia could only play 49 overs and got all out for 269 runs. Chasing the target of 270 runs, the indian team got all out for 148 in 49.1 overs. virat kohli scored the highest innings of 54 runs for india, while Ashton Agar turned the match around by taking 4 wickets and gave australia the series along with the match. The indian team has lost the first position in the rankings due to this. Now Team india has reached the second position.

Australia elected to bat first after winning the toss in this encounter. The team had a great start. Mitchell Marsh and Travis Head shared a quick 68-run partnership for the first wicket. Head got out after scoring 33 runs and Marsh also fell victim to Pandya after scoring 47 runs. steve smith caught KL rahul on Pandya's ball without opening the account. Playing in the middle order, David Warner scored 23 runs while Marnus Labuschagne scored 28 runs. Both were dismissed by kuldeep Yadav. In the last innings of Marcus Stoinis, Sean abbott and Ashton Agar, the team's score reached 269. kuldeep yadav and hardik pandya took 3-3 wickets from India.

Surya out for 0 for the third time in a row

Chasing the target of 270 runs, the beginning of the indian team was also good. rohit sharma along with Shubman Gill gave a bang to the team. rohit sharma got out after scoring 30 runs in 17 balls and Gill scored 37 runs. After this virat kohli and KL rahul took the innings forward. rahul got out after scoring 32 runs. Akshar patel was dismissed after scoring 2 runs, hardik pandya took the lead but kohli was dismissed after scoring 54 runs. suryakumar yadav was once again dismissed on the very first ball. Due to the continuous fall of wickets in the last, the team was all out for 248 runs.

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