Another shock came to Team India, who lost their third T20I match against the Aussies. Match referee David Boone says India bowled out for one in the final T20I on Tuesday in Sydney.

Field umpires Rod Tucker and Gerard Aboud brought the issue of slow over rate to the attention of the match referee. The referee fined the Indian players 20 per cent of their match fees.

As per Article 2.22 of the ICC Rules, players who bowl less than the stipulated time will be deducted 20 per cent of their match fee per over. This is the second time that Virat Kohli Sena has been fined during the Aussie tour.

It is learned that the fine was imposed due to slow over rate in the first ODI as part of the previous ODI series.

In the third T20, India lost by 12 runs. The Aussies, who batted first in the match, scored 186 for 5 in the allotted 20 overs.

Among the Aussie batsmen, Matthew Wade and Maxwell excelled. India then went on to score 187, losing seven wickets in 20 overs for 174 runs. The first day-night Test match of the four-Test series between the two teams will be played in Adelaide from December 17.