Australia vs India, 2nd T20I: Fans troll Virat Kohli after Matthew Wade’s comical run-out


India vs Australia 2nd T20I: Virat Kohli dropped a sitter but managed to run Matthew Wade out after a bad mix-up in the middle and the Australia stand-in skipper departed for 58 after a comical run-out.

Matthew Wade scored a quickfire 58 in 2nd T20I vs India. (AP Photo)

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Matthew Wade departed for 58 after a comical run-out
  • Wade as run out by Virat Kohli off the same ball he was dropped
  • India got the important wicket of Matthew Wade in 8th over

Australia stand-in captain Matthew Wade led from the front as he smashed his second T20I half-century off just 25 deliveries to give the hosts a blistering start against India in the second T20I. Wade rode on his luck to reach his fifty when he was dropped on 39 by Hardik Pandya.

However, Wade ran out of luck in the 8th over when Virat Kohli got the better of his rival captain despite dropping him. Kohli dropped a sitter at covers when Matthew Wade got a leading edge. However, the India captain managed to run Wade out after a bad mix-up in the middle.

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Wade had given up, thinking Kohli was going to take that dolly but and was halfway down the pitch. He had no chance of getting back. Smith alerted him of the drop but Wade was almost walking away before the drop and it was too late to recover.

Fans across social media were quick to pounce on the comical run-out of Australia’s stand-in skipper with some trolling Virat Kohli for dropping another sitter while some thought Steve Smith should have sacrificed his wicket for the team.

Earlier, T Natarajan had picked up the first Australian wicket to give India a much-needed breakthrough as D Arcy Short was out caught at deep midwicket. Australia will bat first at the Sydney Cricket Ground after Virat Kohli won the toss and opted to bowl.

India managed to keep the winning momentum going in Australia as they sealed an 11-run win in the 1st T20I and seal a 1-0 lead in the 3-match series at the Manuka Oval in Canberra on Friday. Led by Ravindra Jadeja’s late assault and his concussion substitute Yuzvendra Chahal’s game-changing spell, India outclassed Australia despite not coming up with a complete performance.

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