Skipper Steve Smith, who made 59, and Travis Head then forged a 76-run partnership as the duo tried to steady the innings by counter attacking the Indian bowlers. Australia failed to chase down 164 in 21 overs in the first ODI and the skipper feels it was achievable. Dhoni scored 79 runs while Pandya scored awesome 83 runs. They took India to 239, adding 35 from 53 balls for the seventh wicket. Smith opted to go for the pull but hardly timed it. Substitute fielder Ravindra Jadeja running in from deep square leg did the rest.
Left-arm spinner Yadav, 22, who became only the third Indian to secure a one-day hat-trick, removed Matthew Wade, Ashton Agar and Pat Cummings with consecutive deliveries, to leave Australia on the brink and India well on their way to a famous win.
As a result, the world champions suffered a 26 runs [D/L method] in the first ODI. If India continuous the same as Chennai match, then Aussies should win all other upcoming matches to won the series.
The first ball in India vs Australia 2nd ODI match will be bowled at 13:30 hrs IST (08:00 GMT) on Thursday.
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When Reporters asked about the rivalry against Virat Kohli, the Australian captain said: "I think Virat is a terrific player and captain".
Meanwhile, all-rounder Hardik Pandya, who slammed an 83-run knock in the opening ODI, scored two boundaries before being dismissed for 20 runs.
But just when it seemed that India are on their way towards a huge score, the visitors forged a brilliant fightback with medium pacers Nathan Coulter-Nile (3/51) and Kane Richardson (3/55) doing most of the damage.
By the time Rahane fell for 54, courtesy a lovely flat throw from Hilton Cartwright in the deep, India had moved on to 121/2, propelled by a 102-run partnership between him and Kohli. Rahane's individual 55 included seven fours from 64 balls. Rahane was run-out for 55 and Aghar accounted for Manish Pandey. Coulter-Nile and Richardson's bowling in the death ensured there was no late blitz, but even 252 proved to be enough by quite a distance.
The Indian team on the other end would expect some runs from their third openerAjinkya Rahane and would hope that their run machines-Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma come back to scoring ways.