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'Bromance' Memes Inspired by Rohit Sharma Kissing Dinesh Karthik After Glenn Maxwell's Run Out. Despite Dinesh Karthik's blunder during the third and final T20I in Hyderabad, Rohit Sharma was pleasantly surprised by Glenn Maxwell's run-out dismissal.

After a lucky dismissal that resulted in Glenn Maxwell walking back, Indian skipper Rohit Sharma kissed wicketkeeper Dinesh Karthik on the helmet during the third and final T20I between India and Australia played in Hyderabad on Sunday.

After a rocket return from Axar Patel, Maxwell struggled to complete a double and reach the striker’s end in the eighth over.

It happened during the third T20I match on Sunday in Hyderabad.

Both teams aim for a series win after India blanked Australia’s lead after a fiery performance earlier this week in the rain-soaked Nagpur game.

A closer examination of the replays revealed that Karthik’s glove had accidentally clipped one of the bails while attempting to grab the ball.

However, to India’s surprise and everyone else’s, the second bail remained intact on the woodwork until the ball landed on the stumps, lighting the second bails and dislodging them.

After Cameron Green gave Australia a flying start in the third T20I in Hyderabad, India returned strong.

Glenn Maxwell and Steve Smith fell quickly after Bhuvneshwar Kumar dismissed Green for a 21-ball 52.

However, Maxwell’s run-out was contentious because Dinesh Karthik had accidentally knocked one stump off before obtaining the ball.

Fortunately for him, the opposite bail was still lodged on the stumps, and when the ball hit and eliminated it, the third umpire ruled it out.

Maxwell walked back in disappointment, a rare way to be dismissed.

Sharma, who appeared tense after seeing Karthik’s blunder, breathed a sigh of relief when the third umpire ruled the Aussie out.

Maxwell wasn’t too happy, but the Indian camp was in a good mood.

A relieved Rohit Sharma even approached Karthik and kissed his helmet

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After forcing the visitors to bat first, Rohit Sharma’s bowlers limited them to 186/7.

Tim David led the way with a 27-ball 54, while Cameron Green chipped in with a 52-run knockoff of 21 balls.

Axar Patel took 3/33 for India, while Harshal, Bhuvneshwar, and Chahal each took one wicket.

Yadav played a memorable inning, decimating the Australian bowling attack with a brilliant 69 runs off 36 deliveries as he walked back to the dugout to a standing ovation from the adoring crowd.

On the other hand, Virat Kohli added an invaluable 63 that nearly saw India through before Hardik Pandya hit a lucky four to help India secure the match and series with one delivery to spare.

Axar Patel’s lightning-fast work in the subject led to Maxwell’s run-out, and the dismissal left Australia three wickets down.

Yuzvendra Chahal soon had Smith stumped.

After India put Australia in to bat, Green got the visitors off to a flying start in the series decider, taking the bowlers to the cleaners while Axar removed Aaron Finch.

Then, after 19 deliveries, he reached his half-century but fell two deliveries later.

In his 21-ball stay, Green hit seven boundaries and three sixes.

It was the tall all-second rounder’s half-century of the series after he smashed 61 off 30 deliveries in the first T20I as Australia chased down 209 to take a three-match lead.

Nonetheless, India won the second T20I to advance the collection to the match in Hyderabad.