In the first T20 played in Canberra, India defeated Australia by 11 runs to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match T20 series. The entire credit for this victory goes to the ’12th’ player of the team. Yes, in the first match of the series, the Indian team lost the toss and scored 161/7, batting first. In response, Australia were able to score 150/7 in the scheduled 20 overs.
It happened that in the final over during the Indian innings, Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc’s fast ball hit Ravindra Jadeja’s head, after which Chahal was replaced by ‘CONCUSION SUBSTITUTE’ (Head injury). Player).
After the batting was completed, he was stopped by the BCCI medical team for a checkup and was replaced by Yuzvendra Chahal for fielding at the Substitute ground. Australian coach Justin Langer objected to this.
At the same time, the Australian coach expressed his displeasure at the bowling of Yuzvendra Chahal in place of Ravindra Jadeja. Just before the start of the Australian innings, Justin Langer was seen expressing his displeasure with match referee David Boon.
Please tell that Jadeja played an unbeaten 44-run knock off just 23 balls. During this, Jadeja’s bat came with 5 fours and a six. Due to this innings of Jadeja, the Indian team gave Australia a target of 162 runs. In response, Australia were able to score 150/7 in the scheduled 20 overs. For India, the concussion Yuzvendra Chahal, bowling brilliantly, took three wickets for 25 runs in four overs. ’12th’ player Yuzvendra Chahal was adjudged Man of the Match for this performance.