Ten overs, 26 runs and four wickets; Jhye Richardson attained such figures to bag the Man of the Match award in Sydney. As India lost the first of the three ODI’s by 34 runs, Richardson deserves the credit for it. The new-ball bowler bowled excellently, in the beginning, to jolt India’s momentum heading forward. Not only he didn’t allow runs to flow, but he also got the wicket of India National Cricket Team captain, Virat Kohli on three. Richardson broke India’s back at the SCG It will be fair to say Jhye Richardson broke India’s back in the first game.