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IND vs AUS Match Result 

- India vs Australia 2019 2nd T20I
India 190/4 (20.0 ov)
Australia 194/3 (19.4 ov)
Australia won by 7 wickets
Player of the match: Glenn Maxwell
BATSMAN
R
B
4s
6s
SR
113
55
7
9
205.45
20
18
1
0
111.11
BOWLER
OV
M
R
W
ECO
3.4
0
45
1
12.27
4
0
30
0
7.5
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That's it from us at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. Thanks for joining us. With the T20I series done and dusted, it's time for the ODI series. The first of the five ODIs is set to take place on March 2 in Hyderabad. Do join us then for what promises to be an interesting series. 
Australia captain Aaron Finch: Anytime that you can win any kind of series against India in India is truly special. Not many teams do that here. Glenn Maxwell was truly sensational tonight but I thought Adam Zampa was the difference between the two sides. To go for just 23 runs on that kind of a wicket was really remarkable. We've been on a journey for the last 10-11 months building up to the World Cup and there has been some pain during the journey. We've done well to take the blows but also have made some progress. We are hoping to peak at the right time for the World Cup.
MoM & MoS Glenn Maxwell: It feels really good. We haven't had a lot of success here of late. To come over here and perform like we have has started it off well for us on this tour. It helps a big bulk of T20 cricket in the domestic tournament back home. Having confidence in my game also has helped a lot and it feels great to contribute to two special wins. It was a pretty good wicket and we could afford to wait for the loose balls. We knew that it could be easier against the quicks, anything around 12 runs per over, we fancied to chase that down. After D'Arcy Short's dismissal, it was up to me to drive the rest of the innings. Handscomb did a great job in giving me the strike all the time. We had a lot of chaos in the last game but we corrected that tonight. 
Glenn Maxwell is Player of the Match as well as Player of the Series. 
India captain Virat Kohli: Pretty short series to summarize the performances. Australia outplayed us in all departments and deserved to win. 190 is a good total on most grounds but if there is so much dew as there was tonight and when you have an innings like what Maxi played, nothing much you can do. Every team is looking to take each game like that but it's also important to win matches. We would have liked to get across the line in at least this game but I can't be too hard on the bowlers due to the amount of dew. We wanted to give everyone some game time, we've seen how they react under pressure, there is a series coming up and we'll try more things. It's up to them to deliver the goods. The good thing was that the Bangalore wicket was back to normal and you could trust the lengths. I enjoyed myself but it didn't really matter as we lost the game.
Time for the presentation ceremony. Sanjay Manjrekar is ready with the post-series awards. 
MS Dhoni's record of sixes is the only positive to come out from this game for India. 


This is an emphatic statement from Australia! The visitors have delivered back to back hidings for India. The bottom line is never underestimate any Australian team.
The last time India lost a bilateral series in any format on home soil was in October 2015 when South Africa won the ODI series 3-2. 
Australia win the second T20I by 7 wickets and clinch the series 2-0. 
Maxwell wins it for Australia! Fittingly, he stands tall and slaps Kaul for a boundary to score the winning runs. He finishes with a series-defining and potentially tour-defining 55-ball 113.  
Stunning six to seal the game! Maxwell levels the scores by walking down the track and converting a yorker into a full toss. This is sublime batting from the right-hander. 
19.3 SIX! Siddarth Kaul to Glenn Maxwell. Full toss, outside off stump down the track driving, well timed in the air under control over long on for 6 runs.
19.2 Siddarth Kaul to Peter Handscomb. Half volley, outside off stump on the front foot driving, to point for 1 run, fielded by Chahal.
19.1 Siddarth Kaul to Glenn Maxwell. Full toss, outside off stump on the front foot driving, mis-timed to extra cover for 1 run, fielded by Pant.
Siddarth Kaul is under massive pressure. Can he take the game to the last ball? Australia need 9 runs off the last over. 
Maxwell plays it safe and steers a single off the last ball of the over. Clever batting from the well-set right-hander. He is backing himself to take nine off the last over. 
Over 19 AUS: 182/3(RR 9.58) Bowler: J Bumrah Summary: 1 1 1 . 1 1 |
18.6 Jasprit Bumrah to Glenn Maxwell. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot flick, to long on for 1 run, fielded by Shankar.
18.5 Jasprit Bumrah to Peter Handscomb. Full toss, middle stump on the front foot driving, to long on for 1 run, fielded by Shankar.
Plenty of dejected faces in the crowd. They know it's all going pear-shaped for the Men in Blue. Bumrah is fighting a valiant battle. This is a commendable spell under pressure. 
18.4 Jasprit Bumrah to Peter Handscomb. Full toss, off stump on the front foot driving, back to bowler for no runs, fielded by Bumrah.
18.3 Jasprit Bumrah to Glenn Maxwell. Full toss, off stump on the front foot flick, to square leg for 1 run, fielded by Karthik.
18.2 Jasprit Bumrah to Peter Handscomb. Half volley, outside off stump on the front foot driving, to point for 1 run, shy attempt by Chahal.
Century for Maxwell! This is probably the best knock of his limited-overs career thus far. Stunning display of shot-making on a two-paced surface. 
18.1 Jasprit Bumrah to Glenn Maxwell. Full toss, outside off stump on the front foot driving, mis-timed to short third man for 1 run, fielded by Kaul.
17.6 Siddarth Kaul to Glenn Maxwell. Full toss, outside off stump on the front foot Slog, mis-timed in the air uncontrolled to long off for 1 run, by Shankar.
SIX and No-ball! Siddarth Kaul has lost the plot completely. He sends in a waist-high full toss and Maxwell smashes a six to rub salt into India's wounds. Is it game over for India? Australia only need 14 runs in the last two overs.