Australian player Cameron Green Achieves 'Unwanted' Feat By Recording 2/103 vs. India at Holkar

Australian cricket player Cameron Green had a forgetful day during Australia’s second ODI against India, taking place at Holkar Cricket Stadium in Indore. The all-rounder of Australia conceded as many as 103 runs off his 10 overs while taking two wickets on a batting-friendly surface where the Men in Blue posted a massive target of 399 runs at the loss of five wickets.

These expensive figures for Green (10-0-103-2) forced him to see himself on an unwanted list. In an ODI match against India before him, no Australian bowler had conceded more than 100 runs. Therefore, the 24-year-old is now at the top of the chart, while Clint McKay, who conceded 89 runs in November 2013, dropped to third. Sean Abbott, who conceded 91 runs in this same match for one wicket, moved up to second in this chart.

Meanwhile, on Sunday, India rode on twin centuries from Shreyas Iyer and Shubman Gill to set the platform for the Men in Blue. After that, Suryakumar Yadav set the stage on fire as he scored 72 runs in 37 balls, not out laced with six sixes and as many fours.

Sep 24, 2023 1:42 PM