Ind Vs Aus: Twitterati Slam Shreyas Iyer After Another Single-digit Score In 2nd ODI

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Ind vs Aus: Shreyas Iyer was dismissed in the fourth delivery of the 33rd over after he played a wild slog across the line. The ball hit the stumps. Read on.

Written By Suraj Alva | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Shreyas Iyer's poor form with the bat in the three-match ODI series against Australia continues after he was dismissed for seven runs during the 2nd ODI in Rajkot on Friday. In the 1st ODI at Wankhede, Iyer was dismissed for just four runs. This time, it was Adam Zampa who dismissed Iyer by disturbing the stumps.

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Ind vs Aus: Shreyas Iyer dismissal


Iyer was dismissed in the fourth delivery of the 33rd over. The Mumbai batsman played a wild slog across the line of the ball. It slid past the inside edge to crash into off and middle stump. 

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Ind vs Aus: Twitter reacts over Shreyas Iyer dismissal

Shreyas Iyer's performance did not go down well with cricket fans as they expressed their anger over tweets. Here's what they had to say. 

 

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Ind vs Aus: KL Rahul puts India in commanding position

KL Rahul scored 80 runs in 52 balls as India finished their innings at 340-6.  Rahul's knock comprised of 6 boundaries and 3 sixes. Apart from Rahul, Shikhar Dhawan (97 runs), Rohit Sharma (42 runs) and skipper Virat Kohli (78 runs) also contributed with the bat. 

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Ind vs Aus: Shreyas Iyer says, "You should be ready to bat anywhere"

Shreyas Iyer on Thursday said that the current competition in the Indian team demands one to bat at any number. Iyer returned to India's limited-overs set-up following the 2019 World Cup. He played at number five during the Mumbai ODI as skipper Virat Kohli himself came at four to accommodate specialist openers KL Rahul and Shikhar Dhawan. The move failed badly as India lost the game by 10 wickets.

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