2nd T20I: Rohit Sharma guides India to series-levelling 6-wicket win 

Chasing 91, Rohit scored 46 off 20 balls which included four boundaries and as many sixes to take India over the line with four balls to spare in the rain-affected game.

Published: 23rd September 2022 11:30 PM  |   Last Updated: 23rd September 2022 11:30 PM   |  A+A-

Indian captain Rohit Sharma and batter Dinesh Kartik being greeted by Australian players after winning the 2nd T20 cricket match. (Photo | PTI)

Indian captain Rohit Sharma and batter Dinesh Kartik being greeted by Australian players after winning the 2nd T20 cricket match. (Photo | PTI)

By PTI

NAGPUR: Skipper Rohit Sharma blazed away to an unbeaten 46 as India registered a series-levelling six-wicket win over Australia in the second T20I here on Friday.

Chasing 91, Rohit scored 46 off 20 balls which included four boundaries and as many sixes to take India over the line with four balls to spare in the rain-affected game.

Earlier, wicketkeeper Matthew Wade scored an unbeaten 43 to power Australia to a challenging 90 for 5.

The match began two-and-a-half hours after its designated time due to a wet outfield and was reduced to an eight-over-a-side contest.

Axar Patel (2/13) bowled a fiery spell, snaring two wickets.

Skipper Aaron Finch, who scored a 15-ball 31, and Wade (43 off 20) were the top contributors for Australia.

Brief Score: Australia: 90 for 5 in 8 overs (Matthew Wade 43 not out, Aaron Finch 31; Axar Patel 2/13) India: 92 for 4 in 7.2 overs (Rohit Sharma 46 not out; Adam Zampa 3/16) 



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