India in Australia: Last time out

Ahead of the first T2OI match between India and Australia, Sportstar recaps the vistor's last trip to the land Down Under in 2016.

Rohti Sharma and Virat Kohli put on a batting clinic in the five-match ODI series racking up 441 and 381 runs, respectively, with four hundreds between them. However, India's middle-order and the bowling failed to rise to the occasion with Australia running out victor in the first four matches. (GETTY IMAGES) Photo: GETTY IMAGES
Manish Pandey's maiden ODI century enabled India to chase down 330 in the dead rubber in Sydney. The ODI also saw the debut of Jasprit Bumrah, who is currently the number one ranked ODI bowler in the world. (GETTY IMAGES)
Kohli continued his purple patch into the T20 series by scoring 199 runs in the three T20Is, scoring half-centuries in each innings. (GETTY IMAGES)
The Aussie batters found it difficult to cope with the new boy Jasprit Bumrah, who was known for his variations and death bowling in the IPL. Bumrah ended the series with six wickets at an average of 17.16. (GETTY IMAGES)
A six off the final ball from Yuvraj Singh's bat in the third T20I match sealed a clean sweep win for M. S. Dhoni's men in the shortest format. (GETTY IMAGES)