Indian left-arm T Natarajan has been in fine form in the limited-overs leg against Australia, having bowled exceptionally well with the white-ball. After bouncing out Glenn Maxwell in the first T20 international in Canberra, T Natajaran went on to claim Mitchell Starc with his signature yorker to uproot his stumps.
T Natarajan claimed the decisive wicket of Glenn Maxwell that probably turned out to be the turning point of the game. In his fourth over, the left-arm seamer went on to take the wicket of Mitchell wicket, which was his third of the game. It was right at the blockhole, clipping the base of the off-stump. It was also a delivery similar to that of what Mitchell Starc unleashes at the death. Eventually, the 29-year old finished with figures of 4-0-22-3.
Earlier, it was Ravindra Jadeja, who turned the match around with his sparkling knock of 44 from 23 deliveries to provide the much-needed push for India. From 114-6 at one stage, the visitors went on to make 161 for the loss of six wickets. Jadeja, who was struggling with a hamstring injury, took Josh Hazlewood for 23 runs in the second-last over. However, the Saurasthra all-rounder could not field and bowl, forcing India to bring in Yuzvendra Chahal as the concussion substitute.
Below is how T Natarajan dismissed Mitchell Starc with a yorker: