In the second T20 of India tour of Australia, Indian bowlers seemed to play with a mood of leveling the 3-T20I series. However, rain washed away the game and Australia is still leading the series by 1-0. Where India could have possibly won the series, now would just be able to draw it by winning the decider on Sunday.
The result of the T20I didn't only disappoint the millions of Indian fans, but also some of the Indian crickets came in front with some serious ranting.
We reached out to Indian skipper Virat Kohli who earlier hoped the tour to be sledging-free has said that "all these Aussies can do is being unfair. Be it sledging or using unfair means. Now when everything is fine, their weather is being unfair."
Indian head coach Ravi Shastri who was hanging out with Kohli laughed out and calmed the skipper down and cheerfully commented that "no matter what happens we should always see good in every situation. I understand that rain snatched away out T20I series from us but, such weather calls for a drink or two. So cheers!!"
After losing a close encounter with the hosts, India dominated the second game. Earlier seeing England humiliating the five times world champions at their home, India would be interested in recreating the nightmare for the already struggling Kangaroos.
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