Bengaluru: India captain Virat Kohli (89) and vice-captain Rohit Sharma's brilliant century (119 works) helped India winnings a one-sided triumph by seven wickets within the 3rd and last ODI against Australia in the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium on Sunday. India accomplished the prospective of 287 works, dropping three wickets in 47.3 overs. With this, India claimed the three-match series 2-1. Shreyas Iyer (44 perhaps not out) additionally played a good innings, he had been not-out till the finish.
After the match, Shreyas told that when he got down seriously to bat, Australian bowlers targeted their human anatomy. Bowled successive quick pitches. <! –
When Shreyas talked to captain Virat to understand the break for this, bearing in mind the guidance he provided, Shreyas defeated the Australian bowlers. He had been effective in conserving their wicket.
When India had lost two wickets for 206 works, then Shreyas landed. After the match, Shreyas said, "I have seen Australian bowlers bowling, but facing them is a completely different experience. To be honest, in all the matches I have played, today their bowling attack was the strongest. Against such attack Performing well gives satisfaction. It gives confidence to play anywhere. "
Talking in regards to the connection with today's match, Iyer said, "I had decided to stay till the end. They (Australian bowlers) targeted my body. I thought it would be better to take advice from captain Kohli about it. Kohli Asked me to stick to the crease with a single. I know that if I stay, then I can play big shots. "