Travis Head, an Australian opener who appeared menacing, was dismissed by Ravi Bishnoi.
Halfway through the fifth Twenty20 International match between Australia and India in Bengaluru. India sought to solidify their domination in the series finale after winning three of the four games. Travis Head was in charge of keeping Indian bowlers on their toes as India set a target of 161 runs.
Indian bowlers had to defend the total after losing the toss and reaching a total of 160/8. After 6.5 overs, Australia, trailing 161 runs, were at 55/2 with Travis Head at the wicket and the needed run rate at approximately 8.05.
Ravi Bishnoi demonstrates his intelligence
The big break came when Travis Head had hit Ravi Bishnoi for a six in the previous over. Bishnoi responded brilliantly. Head cracked a six on the fourth ball of his over, but Bishnoi held his composure.
He bowled a faster googly that landed exactly on length with the very next delivery. Head was unprepared for the delivery and tried to defend on the back foot. After making 28 runs off of 18 balls, the dangerous opener was sent back to the pavilion as the ball whizzed past his bat and crashed into the top of the off-stump.