After getting thrashed by men in blue led by Virat Kohli in the first T20 international match by 9 wickets, the Aussie team led by David Warner levelled the series with the 8 wicket win in the second T20I match at the Baraspara Stadium in Guwahati on 10 October.
The Australian pacer Jason Behrendorff totally broke the Indian batting line-up by taking 4 wickets just for 21 runs. In second T20 Kangaroo, team restricted India just at the score of 118 and men-in-yellow was able to chase down this score just in 15.3 overs.
Jason was able to send back three-star Indian batter Rohit Sharma (8), Shikhar Dhawan (2) and Virat Kohli (0). The Indian skipper Virat Kohli departed at the score of zero after getting an inside edge while trying for a flick.
However, even after getting out for a duck the 28-year-old was able to make this unique record,
Virat Kohli's DUCK in this game is the FIRST by an INDIAN CAPTAIN in 85 T20I matches. #INDvAUS— Sampath Bandarupalli (@SampathStats) October 10, 2017
Earlier, after losing the game to Australia, Kohli takes the blame and said the team did not do well with the bat and the ground was little bit sticking to start with.