The big clash is going on. Cricket fans are watching the most awaited match. India vs. Australia are facing each other at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Fans have anticipated this moment for so long. Both teams have a long way after crossing all the huddles in the group stage and the semifinal stage. While Virat Kohli was batting a funny moment took place between him and Glenn Maxwell.
Funny Moment on the Field:
India and Australia are locking horns in a high-voltage clash. Between this match, a funny moment took place between Glenn Maxwell and Virat Kohli. Virat Kohli was on the strike, Glenn Maxwell was passing the ball to keeper Josh Inglish. That ball was almost hit Kohli’s head. But Kohli went down and the ball hit his wrist. After that, both players were seen laughing. Fans caught this moment.
The Aussies are known for sledding. But that scenario has changed a bit in India vs. Australia matches. Glenn Maxwell and Virat Kohli play for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL. This duo is often seen having fun together. They bonded so well after playing together. Whenever they met in an international match, they were seen having fun always.
What is Happening in the Match:
After completing 45 group stage matches and 2 semifinal matches, the tournament is now hosting the final showdown between India and Australia at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. After winning the toss, Australian Skipper Pat Cummins chose to bowl first. Shubman Gill got out quickly by scoring only 4 runs. That was a setback. Rohit Sharma shined again but missed the well-deserved half-century. He walked away by scoring 47 runs. Shreyas Iyer’s performance was disappointing in the match. He got out by scoring 4 runs only.
Virat Kohli was great with the bat again. He scored another half-century. He scored 54 runs and got out. KL Rahul is going strong. He completed his half-century. He is batting on 57 runs in 95 balls. Australian bowlers are playing well. Pat Cummins took 2 wickets in 23 runs. Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazelwood, and Glenn Maxwell picked one wicket each. After 38 overs, India is on 182/5.