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Indian fan proposes his girlfriend during Aus vs Ind 2nd ODI

Australia unleashed their true colours while playing against the Indian side at home. India stood no chance of challenging the Australian side that looked dominant in every aspect of the game. Both the ODIs were high-scoring encounters at the Sydney Cricket Ground. The hosts won the first two games and won the series by 2-0.

Steven Smith enjoyed batting against the Indian bowlers and was named the man of the match in both the games. He scored back-to-back centuries at the SCG. After most of the games were played behind closed doors due to coronavirus pandemic, the Australian government has finally allowed 50% of the fans into the stadium.

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Beautiful proposal captured in camera

Fans are known for cheering their favourite players in action. They often steal the spotlight during the game. Whenever they wear different costumers of when a random person takes a catch, the cameraman suddenly pans the camera to highlight them.

During the second ODI, an interesting incident happened that left everyone surprised in the stadium. During the match, Indian fan proposed his Australian girlfriend while sitting on his knees and offering her a ring. The girl was surprised and had then she said “Yes” to the proposal even as the fans in the stadium cheered for the couple.

The memorable moment was witnessed by millions of users all across the world. The video was also shared on Twitter and it started doing the rounds. The commentators indeed enjoyed the scene and even Aussie all-rounder Glenn Maxwell graced the moment by clapping when it was shown on the large screen.

Talking about the match, Australia posted the highest ODI total against India. Batting first, the hosts set up a target of 390. Steve Smith scored a 62-ball century. India ended up scoring 338/9 and lost the match by 51 runs. The third ODI will be played in Canberra on December 2.

“I felt good from ball one. Got myself in and went hard. It was another great foundation set by Finchy and Davey. That enabled myself and Maxi to go hard at the back end. It’s just summing up conditions and what’s in front you. Against India, you need to score big totals. It was just about taking the game on. Fortunately, it’s come off in the last couple of games.

I tried to whack the ball a bit too hard in the IPL, now I have started to hit the ball with a bit more finesse which is probably working better for me. I’m just playing nice cricketing shots. It (records) doesn’t bother me, nice to score some runs again for the team and get us to a good total. The boys were outstanding in the field as well. The guys bowled really well and yeah, nice performance,” Steven Smith added.

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