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Top 5: World T20 performances (2)

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RAVICHANDRAN ASHWIN vs Australia

Football News
24/7

Even after discovering that they would be ousted at the group stages, Australia were
embarrassed further against India when they were bowled out cheaply for just 86.

The Indians were indebted to Ravichandran Ashwin, who took figures of 4-11 en route to victory.

Yuvraj Singh top-scored with 60 as 160 was set for victory, but the Aussies barely achieved
more than half of that total. Ashwin dented the destructive potential of the top order by claiming the scalps of openers, Aaron Finch and David Warner.

Later dismissals of Glenn Maxwell – who was in good nick for his 12-ball 23 – and James Muirhead helped India to victory as they maintained their 100 per cent success rate in the group phase.

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Topics:
India cricket
T20
Cricket
England cricket
T20 World Cup
Sri Lanka cricket

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