But apparently, a rock was thrown at their bus that broke one of the window panes, whilst returning.
At the instruction of the chief minister, the DGP Sahay along with the chief secretary V K Pipersania and state sports minister N K Doley met the Australian cricket team at their hotel to take stock of the incident.
A rock shattered a window on the Australian cricket team's bus as they returned to their hotel after the series-levelling win over India in the second Twenty20 global, batsman Aaron Finch tweeted on Wednesday.
The story was quickly reported after Aussie opener Aaron Finch shared photograph of the awful incident on Twitter saying, "Pretty scary having a rock thrown through the team bus window on the way back to the hotel".
"Personal security of visiting athletes & teams is extremely important for us", he tweeted.
On the other hand, Guwahati city police commissioner Hiren Nath said that, a team of the Guwahati city police headed by a DIG was probing the incident.More news: Turkey Gears Up for 'Risky' Syria Mission With Russia and Iran
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The report about the unsavory incident became viral after Australian opener Aaron Finch had tweeted a picture of a broken glass window of the bus. Aus team & Federation Internationale de Football Association are content w/those.
India, however, made no further breakthroughs and Henriques - whose knock included four fours and four sixes - and Head wrapped up a convincing success with 27 balls remaining.
Two people have been arrested as police investigations into the incident continue, the Press Trust of India reported.
A CA spokesman said they were "satisfied with the levels of security provided".
"The stone thrown at the Aussie team bus shows us in bad light, let's all act more responsibly".
Australia are scheduled to play India in the third and final Twenty20 of the series in Hyderabad on Friday.