Zimbabwe was not defeated by Australia in the second ODI, but trampled and trampled such that the 50 overs played in just 88 balls was over.
Australia won the second ODI over Zimbabwe with 35 overs to spare
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New Delhi: Zimbabwe’s team is currently on a tour of Australia. The reason is ODI series. Australia won the first match of this series by 5 wickets with 99 balls to spare, so what is more than that now? People also believed that the team is adapting to the situation, Zimbabwe will fight a little in the second ODI. But, this team lost the second ODI even more badly and with this the series of 3 ODIs also lost. Zimbabwe was not defeated by Australia in the second ODI, but trampled and trampled such that the 50 overs played in just 88 balls was over.
Now you must be thinking that how did Australia end the match in 88 balls? So sir Zimbabwe had given the target which was so small. His 6 batsmen failed to score 5 runs. That is, even 5 runs did not come out of his bat, he kept walking before reaching there. Now how can such a big score be made? And, as it happened, playing first, Zimbabwe’s entire team was bundled out for just 96 runs in the second ODI.
Starc made a bad debut, Zimbabwe’s mood was disturbed
For Zimbabwe, the top three batsmen scored 2, 4 and 0, which were made their morsel by left-arm fast Australian bowler Mitchell Starc. The fire that Starc uprooted the top 3 wickets, burnt the entire team. Sean Williams again scored the highest 29 runs for the team. Three batsmen got out after scoring 10-10 runs. While one scored 17 runs. Apart from these, the remaining 3 scores were 1,2 and 1.
Apart from 3 wickets from Mitchell Starr for Australia, Adam Zampa also got the same number of wickets. While Cameron Green took 2 wickets. At the same time, Hazlewood and Agar took 1-1 wickets.
Australia hit the ground in 88 balls
After covering Zimbabwe within 100 runs, the Australian team came out to chase the target of 97 runs given by them. The Australian batsmen did lose 2 wickets but managed to finish the match in just 88 balls. That is, he won this match 212 balls first. Won by 8 wickets and won with 35.2 overs remaining.
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The hero of Australian victory in the second ODI was Mitchell Starc. Earlier, the host Kangaroos won the first ODI by 5 wickets in 99 balls. The last match of the series between the two teams will now be played on 3 September.
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