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Dramatic triangular series between India, Australia and Rain comes to an end

04, Nov 2013 By Deepak Singh

Its was 2 all between India, Australia and Rain till India won the final ODI at Bangaluru to clinch Trophy.

1st ODI (Pune) : Its was a cake walk for Australian & they took lead in the series by 1-0-0

2nd ODI (Jaipur) : The fort of Jaipur remain unconquered though some of its Solider i.e of Rajasthan Royals ( faulkner and Watson) betrayed their local supporter and playing against their home team (India), the opponent build a barrier as big as Great wall (359 runs) and when India started batting it was like that “Philin Strom reached Jaipur….. and only Australian affected badly …. Indian disaster management rocked once again”.

Mohali: Moving to Mohali it was time for “Ishant sharma” to stand tall, he played his last match of *Sports ODI for Australians, he overshadowed his captain’s Century by conceding 30 runs in just 6 deliveries.

Score Card India-1, Australia-2 & Rain-0

After facing criticism from Board of Cricket control the Clouds “came in form i.e above all” after Mohali ODI

Ranchi: Its was just 2nd ODI at this newly built JSCA Stadium every supporter thought it is going to be nail biting match between Ind and Aus but here comes the 3rd team of this triangular Series “The Rain”. It came on pitch or on field or we can say in entire city after 1st inning and it continued till the Umpires declared them as winner.

Cuttak : Moving to cuttak it was only rain who reached this venue at scheduled time and both teams were far away from the ground the were staying some where in Hotel at Bhubneshwar and rain played against wish of the grounds man, sponsors, BCCI and all the viewers and once again both umpires declared them as Winner

Current status after Cuttak India-1, Australia-2, Rain-2

After nagpur: India-2, Australia-2, Rain-2

Bangalore: After leveling the series Rain came in form again but its was the day for RoSuperHIT Sharma who scored double Ton by his TON sponsored bat and Celebrated Pollution free Dewali at Silicon Valley.