Navneet Kaur (10th minute) and Deep Grace Ekka (25th) scored the goals for India. Abigail Wilson (22th) scored the lone goal for Australia A.
KL Rahul seized the opportunity and said that he is fully aware of what the team needed from him. The Indian opener scored his first half-century of the T20 World Cup against Bangladesh.
Be it with the bat or the ball, Indian cricketers have always left a mark when it comes to performing in Australia.
Salima Tete (40’) and Sangita Kumari (54’) netted a goal each for India after Alice Arnott (18’) and Ruby Harris (20’, 35’) had put the hosts in front.
Reliving his top performances on Australian pitches, Virat Kohli said he was grinning from ear to ear after learning about Australia's T20 World Cup hosting rights.
The 13th-ranked Swiss player took barely an hour to beat the eighth-ranked Kasatkina.