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Vishakhapatnam ODI:Australia beat India by 10 wickets

Australia beat India by 10 wickets in the second ODI of the three-match series, at the YS Rajasekhara Reddy Cricket Stadium, Visakhapatnam on Sunday. Opted to bowl first, Australia bundled out India for 117 with Mitchel Starc taking five wickets while Sean Abbott taking three wickets. Nathan Ellis also scalped two wickets. Chasing a target of 118 runs, Australia thrashed India by 10 wickets. Nathan Ellis removed Virat Kohli in the 16th over, followed by the wicket of Ravindra Jadeja in the 20th over. Abbott then once again struck twice to remove Mohammed Shami and Kuldeep Yadav in the same over 25th..

Australia cruised to 121/0 in 11 overs, with Mitchell Marsh hammering an unbeaten knock of 66 runs off 36 balls, packed with six fours and six sixes. Meanwhile, Travis Head also hammered an unbeaten knock of 51 runs off 30 balls. For India, Virat Kohli top-scored with 31 runs while Axar Patel remained unbeaten for 29*.Australia made sure they stayed alive in the ODI series after having lost the first ODI in Mumbai by 5 wickets. The series finale will be played in Chennai on Wednesday, March 22.

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