Team India were beaten comprehensively in all the departments in the second T20 as Australia levelled the three-match series with an 8-wicket win at the Baraspara Stadium in Guwahati.
Although India lost the game, skipper Virat Kohli set a rare world record as he scored his first duck in T20 cricket.
Jason Behrendorff (4/21) ran through the Indian batting and amongst his four was the prized wicket of Kohli.
Kohli got a faint inside edge while attempting a flick and was caught by Behrendorff himself.
Most innings before first DUCK in T20I cricket:-Sampath Bandarupalli (@SampathStats) October 10, 2017
47 - VIRAT KOHLI
40 - Shoaib Malik
39 - Yuvraj Singh
38 - Samiullah Shenwari#INDvAUS
Virat Kohli-DUCK in this game is the FIRST by an INDIAN CAPTAIN in 85 T20I matches. #INDvAUS-Sampath Bandarupalli (@SampathStats) October 10, 2017
JASON BEHRENDORFF:-Sampath Bandarupalli (@SampathStats) October 10, 2017
Oct 2013 - Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid-s last DUCK
Oct 2017 - Virat Kohli-s 1st DUCK in T20I cricket#INDvAUS
After the loss, Kohli said, "I don't think we were good enough with the bat. The wicket was bit sticking to start with. It was difficult for them as well, but after the dew set in, they got away.
"But we speak about when the situations are not in our favour is when we have to put 120 percent on the field. It is the attitude that matters most and it is something the team embraces," he added.
The Indian skipper also had words of praise for Behrendorff.
"I thought the ball to Rohit was very good. His line and length was very tight. He made us think. Credit to him for hitting the right areas. He definitely had a top class day today," said Kohli.