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Mar 30, 2014


India were in complete command of proceeding leaving Australia at 69 for six at the end of 12 overs in the ICC World T20 2014 match in Dhaka.


After Glenn Maxwell led the charge with some huge sixes that sent some shivers down Indian ranks but his wicket meant that India were in cruise control. George Bailey also went after the bowling and hit a couple of big sixes before he became guilty of hitting one big hit too many and held out in the deep to Virat Kohli.


His is an inconsequential game as Australia have been knocked out of the competition with Pakistan winning against Bangladesh. India are already through and hence they decided to make two changes. In the bowling, Mohit Sharma took the place of Mohammad Shami.


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