Australia needed 11 runs off 6 balls and this is what Vijay Shankar did: W,2, W!
Stoinis is still distraught. He saw off Bumrah's final over (48th of the match), scoring just one run off it.
The Aussie all-rounder backed himself to target the Indian bowlers in the last two overs, but he succumbed in the 50th over.
Chasing a 251 for victory, the openers got Australia off to a decent start with a fifty partnership. The Indian spinners applied the brakes in the middle overs. Handscomb tackled spin really well and looked settle at the crease, but he took on Jadeja's arm and paid the price.
Post that, Carey and Stoinis went after Kuldeep hitting 15 off his 9th over. They brought the asking rate below 6 and it was Australia's match to lose from there. That's when Bumrah showed his calibre taking two wickets. He's making that a habit.
The 'calculations game' was played by both the sides, but Shankar's heroics in the final over ensured a thrilling win for the hosts and India lead by 2-0 win 8 run victory.
7 Records were broken during the 2nd ODI:1. Virat Kohli has become the first batsman in the world to score more than 7 centuries against 3 different countries. He scored 8 against Sri Lanka and 7 centuries against the West Indies and Australia.
3. As captain, Virat (159 Innings) became the batsman who scored 9,000 runs in the fewest innings and left Ponting behind (203 Innings).
5. Most tons in winning causes in ODI cricket:33 - Sachin Tendulkar/VIRAT KOHLI*
25 - Ricky Ponting
24 - Hashim Amla/Sanath Jayasuriya
6. Ravindra Jadeja became the third player for India to pick 150+ wickets and score 2,000 runs in ODIs.
7. Most Man of the Match awards in international cricket:
- 76 - Sachin Tendulkar
- 58 - Sanath Jayasuriya
- 57 - Jacques Kallis
- 50 - Kumar Sangakkara, VIRAT KOHLI*
- 49 - Ricky Ponting