India vs Australia, 2nd T20I: As it happened

Glenn Maxwell's unbeaten 113 gives Australia seven-wicket win against India in the second T20I in Bengaluru.

With his ton against India, Glenn Maxwell stands joint-second alongside New Zealand's Colin Munro with three T20I hundreds.   -  PTI

Key highlights from the second Twenty20 International between India and Australia in Bengaluru.



10.26 pm: Maxwell finishes what he started and Australia wins the match by seven wickets! This is also Australia's first T20I series win in India. After scoring 113 and guiding his team in the chase perfectly, there is no other contender for the Man of the Match trophy. This is also Virat Kohli's first series loss ACROSS formats in India and the team has a lot of work to do ahead of the ODI series.

10.22 pm: Maxwell gets his century! His third T20I 100 and goes level with Colin Munro for second most in T20I centuries. Only Rohit Sharma, with four, is ahead of them. Australia is 182/3 after 19 overs and cruising to a victory.

10.16 pm: Two huge sixes from Maxwell and he moves to 99. Australia is 177/3 after 18 overs.

10.10 pm: Maxwell is pacing his innings well. His is mixing the singles with the boundaries to keep the bowlers on their toes. Gets two boundaries off Bumrah, over cover and over square leg, and Australia is 159/3 after 17 overs.

10.05 pm: Sensational from Maxwell at Chinnaswamy. A sweep and reverse-sweep for two huge sixes as Australia gets to 147/3 after 16 overs.

10.01 pm: Pandya did well to give away only three runs from the first four balls but Maxwell gets a maximum off the fifth ball over long-off. Australia is 131/3 after 15 overs.

9.57 pm: Handscomb's boundary at extra-cover aside, Chahal keeps things tight in his third over. Australia is 121/3 after 14 overs.

9.55 pm: A good over from Pandya. He gives away just five runs as Maxwell brings up his seventh T20I half century and second in two matches. Australia is 113/3 after 13 overs.

9.50 pm: Vijay Shankar comes back for his final over and he strikes in the first ball of the over! A leg break from him and Rahul takes an easy catch at covers. Peter Handscomb walks in next. Maxwell gets a boundary to the right of fine leg and gets a six into the deep mid-wicket stands to make up for the loss of the wicket. Australia is 108/3 after 12 overs.

9.45 pm: The boundaries are coming every over now as Australia is maintaining a good pace in the chase. Maxwell finds the gap off Pandya to the right of long-off for a four and Australia is 95/2 after 11 overs.

9.40 pm: Costly over from Chahal and India! Short is dropped by Pant in the second ball and he punishes India in the very next ball by going for a maximum over extra cover. Will that drop come back to haunt India? Australia is 87/2 after 10 overs.

9.35 pm: Krunal Pandya is introduced to the attack. Short picks up two boundaries off him as the duo bring up the 50-run partnership. Australia is 76/2 after 9 overs.

9.30 pm: Apart from a four over deep midwicket from Maxwell, Chalal bowls a tight over and Australia is 65/2 after 8 overs.

9.25 pm: Shankar goes for 11 runs in his third over as Maxwell (over square leg) and Short (over square-leg) get a boundary each. Australia is 53/2 after 7 overs.

9.21 pm: Siddarth Kaul is back into the attack and D'Arcy Short picks up two boundaries in the over - between mid-off and extra cover for the first and through the covers for the second. Australia is 42/2 after 6 overs.

9.15 pm: Almost a good over from Bumrah. Gives away just three runs until Maxwell top-edges in the final ball for a maximum. He moves onto 7 runs, his highest T20I score at Bengaluru. Australia is 31/2 after 5 overs.

9.10 pm: Vijay Shankar strikes in his second over. Finch slices the ball and Dhawan takes an easy catch. Consistency from Shankar pays off and Australia is 22/2 after 4 overs.

9:01 pm: OUT. What a start as Siddarth Kaul strikes first ball of his spell — sends back Marcus Stoinis for 7. Seam up delivery but comes back enough to flick the bails off. Australia 17/1 in 3 overs.

8.40 pm: India ends at 190/4. Rahul gave India a good start and Kohli, along with Dhoni, help the team to a competitive score. MSD departed in the final over and Dinesh Karthik did well to get two boundaries from the two balls he faced before Kohli finished the innings with a six! We will be back in fifteen minutes for Australia's innings.

8.28 pm: Two sixes from MSD! Dohni unleashes one beyond the wide long-on boundary and two balls later he goes over the midwicket boundary. he then finishes the over four at point boundary. India is 157/3 after 18 overs.

8.24 pm: Just two runs off the over which sees Kohli bringing up his half century. India is 138/3 after 17 overs.

8.19 pm: Three sixes from Kohli in consecutive balls. Lifts it over midwicket boundary, drives over extra-cover boundary and over deep mid-wicket for the maximums. That was a costly over from Coulter-Nile and India is 135/3 after 16 overs.

8.14 pm: MSD's experience is showing here. He rises with the ball and finds the unmanned third man area to pick up a boundary. Kohli gets into the act immediately, getting a maximum. He lifts the ball cleanly over long-on and the ball sails into the crowd. India is 113/3 after 15 overs.

8.10 pm: Pat Cummins comes back and he keeps it tight in the first half of the over, giving away just three runs. Dhoni, who seems settled down now, hammers one down the ground to get a boundary. A single each from the last two balls and India is 99/3 after 14 overs.

8.05 pm: A slog sweep from MSD and he clears the ropes at midwicket. Three singles from the other balls of the over and India is 90/3 after 13 overs.

8.01 pm: Dhoni comes in as Kohli hits the first boundary in thirty two balls. India is 81/3 after 12 overs.

7.57 pm: A third wicket falls! D'Arcy Short with the ball now and he picks up Pant's wicket. That dismall was all Behrendorff's. He ran miles to get to the ball and pulls off a diving catch. Brilliant stuff. India is 74/3 after 11 overs.

7.52 pm: Behrendorff gets the wicket of Dhawan! Stoinis catches it before it hits the ground. Or has it? The soft signal is out and the third umpire doesn't find conclusive evidence to overrule the decision. Dhawan looked like he was struggling for runs. He goes for 14 off 24 balls. Rishabh Pant comes to the crease now as Behrendorff gives away of three runs in the rest of the over. Only 11 runs from the last 17 balls. India 73/2 after 10 overs.

7.45 pm: Zampa is back for his second over and the runs have dried up a little here. Just fives runs conceded and a diving Kohli ensures he doesn't walk back to the pavilion quickly. India 70/1 after 9 overs.

7.40 pm: Coulter-Nile is back into the attack and he picks up Rahul's wicket off the first ball. A very soft dismissal as he is caught at deep third man by Richardson. Virat Kohli comes to the crease. Concedes just four runs in the over. India 65/1 after 8 overs.

7.35 pm: Adam Zampa, right-arm leg break, comes into the attack now. After two overs of fireworks, this is a little "dull". Just one boundary off this over, from Rahul. India 61/0 after 7 overs.

7.30 pm: Pat Cummins is given the ball but it makes no difference to Rahul. Two more consecutive sixes, over deep midwicket and then over deep fine leg, before he gets hit near the abdomen in the final delivery of the over. India 53/0 after 6 overs.

7.25 pm: Richardson is back into the attack and Rahul smacks him for two consecutive sixes. Top-edged over the deep fine leg for the first and over the cover boundary for the second. India 39/0 after 5 overs.

7.20 pm: Behrendorff gives away two boundaries in his second over and Coulter-Nile, replacing Nathan Richardson, gives away eight runs. India 20/0 after 4 overs.

7.10 pm: Australia has made a strong start with the ball. Precision bowling from Behrendoff and Richardson and the Indian openers are finding it difficult to play their shots. India is 4/0 after 2 overs.

7:00 pm: Jason Behrendorff starts the proceedings for Australia and does well by giving three runs. Dhawan has come back in place of Rohit Sharma, who has been rested. India 3/0 in 1 over.

Toss and team news: Australia won the toss and opted to bowl first. Australia is unchanged while India has three changes — Shikhar Dhawan comes in for Rohit Sharma (rested), Vijay Shankar replaces Markande and Umesh makes way for Siddarth Kaul.

India: Shikhar Dhawan, Lokesh Rahul, Virat Kohli (capt), Vijay Shankar, Rishabh Pant, MS Dhoni(w), Dinesh Karthik, Krunal Pandya, Yuzvendra Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah, Siddarth Kaul

Australia: D Arcy Short, Marcus Stoinis, Aaron Finch (capt), Glenn Maxwell, Peter Handscomb(w), Ashton Turner, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Pat Cummins, Jhye Richardson, Jason Behrendorff, Adam Zampa

Pitch report: Fair bit of grass on the pitch and there are cracks too which would help the spinners as well.

We are 30 minutes away from the toss and Australia would be eyeing to register its maiden T20I series on the Indian soil. Read the preview by Shreedutta Chidananda.