Australia need to defy history to win ODIs

Kohli mocks the Aussies. Pic Fox Sports

Kohli mocks the Aussies. Pic Fox Sports

Ever since letting go of the captaincy duties, Dhoni has continued to remain a strong support unit for Virat Kohli and the team behind the stumps.

The verbal altercation started in the 33rd over when Kohli, unbeaten on 79 then, called for a run after Kedar Jadhav missed a delivery from Marcus Stoinis which hit Wade on the hand. The incident occurred when Virat Kohli ran a run off Stoinis' bowling when Wade had slightly injured himself while keeping.

India defeated Australia in the first ODI match at Chennai by 26 runs via D/L method. Kohli, just in between his dazzling innings has involved with the wicketkeeper who was harrowingly out of form with both bat and gloves, Matthew Wade, questioned Kohli's spirit of the game after bye stolen due to misfield at the instant.

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Kohli was later seen giving Wade a verbal send-off when he fell to Kuldeep Yadav during the visitor's chase. I might go to the dressing rooms and have a good cry like you. The former Australian fast bowler and popular player Stuart Clark has come into the picture, he surprisingly supported the skipper Virat Kohli instead of backing Wade or Stoinis. Is this the biggest issue this team has got? With bright sun after three days of rain, the 50-over day-night promises an interesting match between India and Ausssies. "He seems to want to fight with everyone and he seems to play 10 times better when he does fight with people".

Team India is all gearing for the third one-day global match against Australia in the ongoing series, at Holkar Stadium, Indore where the pitch, as explained by MPCA curator, will most likely favour wrist spinners despite being a batsman's paradise.

A win tomorrow would wrap up the series in favour of the hosts and thereby Virat Kohli-led side would thereby equal India's longest winning streak in ODIs.

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