MS Dhoni was in best structure in the second T20I against Australia in Bengaluru on Wednesday. The wicket-attendant batsman turned into the main Indian to score 350 sixes over all organization of global cricket. Dhoni's 23-ball 40-run innings included three sixes and three fours. The wicketkeeper-batsman, who recorded his 50th T20I six in this match, had struck 349 sixes before this match. India struck 13 sixes altogether, which is the most noteworthy number of maximums in T20Is played in Bengaluru. 

Captain Virat Kohli hit an assaulting 72 not out to control India to 190 for four in their offer to level the arrangement in the last Twenty20 worldwide of the arrangement. 

Put into bat, the hosts rode on a century remain among Kohli and Mahendra Singh Dhoni to set up a testing all out. Kohli crushed 2 fours and 6 sixes in his 38-ball barrage to take the assault to the resistance bowlers. 

Opening batsman K.L. Rahul gave the hosts an energetic begin with his 47 off 26 conveyances however Australia hit back with two or three wickets to check the resistance flood. 

Quick bowler Nathan Coulter-Nile got Rahul, who scored a fifty in his group's opening misfortune, with a difference in pace as the batsman was gotten out at profound third man. 

Jason Behrendorff got Shikhar Dhawan for 14 and D'Arcy Short asserted Rishabh Pant for one with a splendid catch from Jhye Richardson. 

Kohli then clobbered the ball to all pieces of the ground as he hit Coulter-Nile for three straight sixes in the sixteenth over to engage a boisterous home group. 

Dhoni before long joined the gathering as the veteran wicketkeeper-batsman hit 3 fours and 3 sixes before tumbling to Pat Cummins. 

India figured out how to get 91 keeps running from the last six overs with Dinesh Karthik likewise contributing with eight off three balls.

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