‘Chullu bhar pani me dub maro’ – Twitter erupts as Australia beat Team India by 10 wickets in IND vs AUS 2nd ODI

Australia beat Team India by 10 wickets in the second ODI at Visakhapatnam on Sunday, March 19.

Chasing 118, Mitchell Marsh went undefeated on 66 of 36 balls, including six highs and as many fours. Meanwhile, Travis Head also scored an undefeated 51 on 30 balls, including 10 boundary.

Together the duo chased the target in just 11 overs to help the visitors level the three-game ODI series 1-1.

Earlier in the day, Australia beat India for just 117 from 26 overs after Steve Smith opted to play.

Mitchell Starc took five wickets, while Sean Abbott took three. Meanwhile, Nathan Ellis also took two wickets. For the hosts, Virat Kohli had the best score with 31 runs as all batters had a day off on the field.

Indian fans were disappointed with another batting collapse from the top order.

One user tweeted:

“Message to all Indian star players and Rahul Dravid- Chullu bhar pani me dub maro [Drown yourself in a handful of water].”

Message to all Indian star players and Rahul Dravid-Chullu bhar pani me dub maro.#INDvsAUS

Here are some of the best reactions on Twitter:

Well, this ODI lasted less than 20 over game. 37 overs in both innings and kaam tamaam. Forget it and go to Team India. Need to play swing ball better. #INDvsAUS

It was nothing less than a humiliation. We have to come back stronger. We need consistency from our pasta. #INDvsAUS

No road track No ind drummer party 😂#INDvsAUS

It’s hammering India got#INDvsAUS

‘Didn’t put enough points on board’ – Rohit Sharma on Team India loss

Rohit Sharma seemed disappointed with the batting unit for their dismal performance on Sunday. He feels regular wickets in the top order put the hosts on the back foot.

Speaking on the post-match show, he said:

“If you lose a game, it’s just disappointing, we didn’t apply with the bat. We didn’t put enough runs on the board. It wasn’t a 117 wicket. We didn’t apply. . We never allowed ourselves to get the races we wanted.”

He added:

“Once we lost Shubman in the first round, Virat and I got 30-35 runs. But then I lost my wicket and we lost a couple of wickets in a row. That put us on the back foot. That’s always difficult to come back from this situation.”

Australia gave their best against Team India in Chennai

With the victory, Australia set up a game-breaking game against the team at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on Wednesday, March 22.

The Indian side previously won their first ODI against the visitors by five wickets, thanks to 75* from KL Rahul and an all-around performance from Ravindra Jadeja (45* and two wickets).

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