IND vs AUS 2nd T20I: Follow the full scorecard and ball-by-ball updates here.
Australian captain David Warner says, "Feels great. As I said at the toss, we had to bowl well and start well. And Dorff bowling there, taking four for in his first real spell. Really fantastic. he's got the height, the bounce and the swing. He's from Perth. He was really fantastic."
Indian captain Virat Kohli says, "Not the performance we wished for. Australia were much better on the day. I don't think we were good enough with the bat. The wicket was a bit sticking to start. It was difficult for them as well, but after the dew set in, they got away."
Jason Behrendorff has been awarded the 'Man of the Match' award.
Great spell of bowling by @JDorff5 left arm quicks that swing the ball back into the right handed batters are invaluable!— Steve Smith (@stevesmith49) October 10, 2017
Highlight of the first inning was Jason Behrendorff's 4-21. That spell set up the match for Australia. But, Henriques's contribution of 62* and Head's 48* took Australia over the rope.
Australia have levelled the three-match series 1-1. The series has been taken for a decider in Hyderabad on Friday.
That's it! Australia have won by eight wickets.
Australia 114-2 (15 overs)
Kuldeep Yadav tossed it up and kept it a little wide. Henriques dispatched it for a six.
Next ball, he pulled it for a six which brings up the fifty - his second in T20Is. 17 off the over.
Australia 97-2 (14 overs)
With around 20 runs to win, the Australian batsmen are happy to take the singles. Chahal is find it difficult with the soggy ball.
Australia 92-2 (13 overs)
Kuldeep Yadav conceded just one run off the first three balls. A single on the fourth ball, took Travis Head to 40. On the fifth ball, Henriques also reached the 40-run mark. Head mis-times the last ball and edges it over Dhoni. Luckily for him, no fielder was in position to take that catch.
Australia are now closing in on a win. 27 runs needed off 42 balls.
Australia 86-2 (12 overs)
Looks like Head doesn't want to keep things for the end. He launches one over long on for a six, off Chahal. 10 off the over.
A packed stadium as gone silent. Australia now needs 31 runs to win.
Australia 78-2 (11 overs)
The duo have scored 11 runs of this over. Both are nearing 40 runs each.
Australia 67-2 (10 overs)
Kohli has brought Yuzvendra Chahal into the attack. He concedes a boundary off the last ball. Both Head and Henriques have crossed the 25-run mark. Their partnership is now worth more than 50 runs.
Australia 61-2 (9 overs)
Couple of boundaries in this over by Head and Henriques. Australia are now looking confident. It turns out to be a great over for the visitors as they score 11 off it.
Australia 50-2 (8 overs)
Kuldeep Yadav has been brought into the attack. He bowls a loose ball and Henriques launches the second ball for a six. Head and Henriques are playing some smart cricket here. They are not taking unnecessary risks.
Head pulls one beyond mid-wicket for a boundary to end the over.
Australia 35-2 (7 overs)
Hardik Pandya starts with a wonderful delivery, almost got an edge on it. Terrific over from the Baroda-lad. He gives away just two runs off it.
Australia 34-2 (6 overs)
Pin-drop silence in the crowd as Henriques dispatches one for a six over square leg. Australia end the over with a quick single.
Australia 25-2 (5 overs)
Some lateral movement seen on this pitch. Two close shaves for Moises. Fantastic over by Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Just one off it.
Australia 24-2 (4 overs)
Travis Head comes in for Australia and plays a lovely shot down the ground. Another easy boundary down the leg side for Head to end the over.
Australia 14-2 (3 overs)
Moises Henriques comes in for the visitors. Aaron Finch tries to force it through the off-side but finds Kohli, who makes no mistake. India are back in the game as Australia make things look difficult.
Wicket! Finch hits it straight to Virat Kohli.
Australia 12-1 (2 overs)
Finch starts the over with a four. The fielder had no chance as the ball raced to the boundary.
David Warner goes for the pull shot only to edge it. Kohli makes no mistake while catching it.
Wicket! David Warner hits it high. Virat Kohli makes no mistake while catching it.
D Warner, c Kohli b Bumrah 02 (05)
Australia 06-0 (1 over)
Manish Pandey dives and saves a few. Great fielding effort by the Nainital-born player. Finch and Warner also pick up a handful of runs, courtesy some really quick running. More importantly, both batsmen are looking steady.
Aaron Finch and David Warner are opening for Australia. Bhuvaneswar Kumar starts for India.
India simply did not find a footing in the inning. The Australian bowling attack was up for the challenge. Jason was star of the Australian bowling attack today. He took those four wickets upfront and dislodged India's chances if there were any.
India's best performer was Kedar Jadhav 27 (27). Chasing 119, Australia will fancy their chances. The total is well short of a defensible score.
Australia will be happy with this. A win would help them level the series and take it to the decider in Hyderabad, in few days time.
India have been bowled out for 118 in 20 overs.
Wicket! Jasprit Bumrah is run out by the keeper as he tries to pick a quick single.
J Bumrah, run out Paine 07 (09)
India 114-8 (19 overs)
Coulter-Nile comes in to ball his last over and starts with two wide balls. India take it happily.
Swing, and a miss for Jasprit Bumrah. He edges the next ball and it flies past Tim Paine for a boundary. Coulter-Nile replies by bowling in the block-hole.
Coulter Nile ends his spell with bowling figures of 1-22.