Australian batsman could not match the local spinners in their clash against the India in Bangalore. Sehwag was the only Indian player who could turn up with some from and topped the Indian score card with 54 runs after the Indian captain MS Dhoni decided to bat.
The 215 runs target was looking quite in reach as Australia gathered 116 runs at the loss of one wicket in 21 over. But Indian spinners, led by Piyush Chawla, rip through the Australian batting and claimed 9 wickets for 58 runs. Piyush Chawla got four, while Harbhajan Singh sent three men to the pavilion.
Meanwhile, Pakistan is set to face the co-host Bangladesh in its first encounter, scheduled on Tuesday February 15

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