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    1st T20I in Pics: Jadeja, Chahal, Natarjan Give India 1-0 Lead in Canberra

    India have taken a 1-0 lead in the three-match T20I series with 11-run win over Australia in Canberra.

    Updated: 2020-12-04 13:43:06 | Edited By: CricketCountry Staff
    Australia Opt to Field
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    Australia Opt to Field

    Australia captain Aaron Finch won the toss and opted to field first against India in Canberra. (AFP Photo)

    Star Gets Early Breakthrough
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    Star Gets Early Breakthrough

    Mitchell Starc gave Australia an early success as he bowled Shikhar Dhawan for 1. (AFP Photo)

    Rahul Hits Fifty
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    Rahul Hits Fifty

    KL Rahul went on to hit a half-century - 51 off 40. His dismissal in the 14th over left India in a tricky spot. (AFP Photo)

    Jadeja's Late Blitz
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    Jadeja's Late Blitz

    However, in-form Ravindra Jadeja battled a hamstring issue to blast unbeaten 44 off 23 and pushed India to a decent 161/7. (AFP Photo)

    Jadeja Substituted
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    Jadeja Substituted

    However, during the innings break, India substituted Jadeja with Yuzvendra Chahal after the allrounder was diagnosed with concussion. (AFP Photo)

    Finch Gives Solid Start
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    Finch Gives Solid Start

    Australia opener Finch (35) led a good start while adding 56 runs for the first wicket. (AFP Photo)

    Butterfinger India
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    Butterfinger India

    The Indian fielders, including captain Virat Kohli, dropped two catches in as many deliveries. (AFP Photo)

    Flying Pandya
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    Flying Pandya

    And then came the turnaround when Hardik Pandya produced a stunning dive to get rid of Finch. (AFP Photo)

    The Comeback
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    The Comeback

    As if inspired by Pandya's effort, India launched a terrific comeback with Australia losing six wickets for 71 runs. (AFP Photo)

    Done & Dusted
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    Done & Dusted

    Australia eventually finished on 150/7 as India took a 1-0 lead in the three-match series. (AFP Photo)

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