India were made to toil hard by the world no.2 Australia before eventually losing the match in a close encounter.
By FPJ Web Desk
The ball bounced twice before sneaking through her legs and ruining the furniture.
India declined Australia's offer to play a day-night Test in Adelaide in 2018-19, citing lack of experience.
By Asia News International
India will tour Australia for a four-Test series later this year that could feature a day-night Test between the nations for the first time.
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The first match, held in Mumbai's Wankhede Stadium, did not go well for the ‘Men in Blue’, with Australia dominating them at every turn.
India defeated Australia in the second ODI by 36 runs at Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium here on Friday.
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The Kangaroos did not have the big opening stand as they lost David Warner in the fourth over after scoring 15 runs.
In 58 matches, Yadav became the third-fastest Indian bowler to reach this feat after Mohammed Shami (56) and Jasprit Bumrah (57).
On Wednesday, BCCI announced that Pant will be missing the second ODI against Australia in Rajkot