Indian skipper Virat Kohli feels wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant's dismissal in the penultimate over "changed things" in the opening T20 worldwide match between India and Australia in Brisbane on Wednesday.
Indian all-rounder Krunal Pandya took a sweet revenge from Australia's star batsman Glenn Maxwell by knocking over the latter during the 2nd T20I of the three-match series. More rain meant the target was revised to 90 runs in 11 overs.
That second result formalised another meeting of the traditional Ashes rivals in Saturday's final at the same venue after Australia dashed the hopes of title-holders and hosts West Indies with a crushing 71-run win in the first match of the semi-final double-header. After limiting the previously unbeaten Indians to 112 all out off 19.3 overs, the English made light work of a potentially tricky target with an unbroken third-wicket partnership of 94 between "Player of the Match" Amy Jones (53 not out) and all-rounder Natalie Sciver (52 not out) seeing them home with nearly three overs to spare.
Through the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern (DLS) method, India were initially set a revised target of 137 in 19 overs, which was later reduced to 46 off five overs.
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"So that Test match was an important Test match, because I didn't make runs in the first Test match (in Mumbai) and as it turned out I played my natural game, played on the merit of the ball, didn't really think about what happened in the past or what's going to happen".
Skipper Aaron Finch was dismissed on the second ball of the game without scoring, chasing a wide Bhuvneshwar Kumar ball and getting caught behind.
However, India was once again sloppy in the field as Rishabh Pant spilled a hard diving catch while Jasprit Bumrah also grassed another chance allowing the Australian middle-order to get back into the game. Kuldeep Yadav (1-23) too made his presence felt, chipping in with Alex Carey's (4) dismissal, sending the prominently Indian crowd into raptures. Australia somehow managed to cross the 100-mark in the 16th over, courtesy of a 27-run partnership between Nathan Coulter-Nile (18) and McDermott.
Coulter-Nile hit two sixes and a four during his nine-ball stay.