Outstanding Run Chase By Australia|India Vs Australia 4th ODI

Aaron Finch did not get the chance to bat on Mohali’s field as Bhuvneshwar Kumar dismissed him in the first over of the Australian innings. Jaspreet Bumrah then dismissed Shaun Marsh, after that it felt like Australia would lose the match without doing anything.

Usman Khawaja and Peter Handscomb then made the innings again. Both the players looked at the fast bowlers and then they started taking runs from Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav. In that time, the batsmen crossed their individual half-centuries and the partnership between them reached 100 runs.

Now return of Jaspreet Bumrah, who had done great work for India. He threw the 34th over and managed to draw Khawaja on his side. Kuldeep Yadav completed this work by getting a good catch to give India the breakthrough. The partnership of Khawaja and Handscomb ended on 192.

After a few moments, Kohli has been given a massive wicket for India, who has made a great comeback in the game. Maxwell lbw b Kuldeep Yadav 23(13)

Handscomb was fantastic and Turner actually turned things into the display of the massive hits.

It’s a fantastic hit. Turner played a whirlwind innings of 84 runs in 43 balls as Australia easily achieved the target. It seemed impossible at one time, but Turner’s blitzkrieg helped Australia win a famous victory. Now 2-2.

India will want to forget it, learn from its mistakes and will give it its best in the form of a decisive factor in Delhi.

Maxwell fills with joy, smiles on Turner’s face and the Australian dressing room were happy. This is the most successful run-chase against any team by India. Just playing his second game, Turner showed a massive innings and helped draw Australia 2-2 in the series.

Over 350 runs and Australia finally followed clinically. He got a gem of a finisher in Ashton Turner. Indian captain Virat Kohli said that his side was cramped in the field and the dew created difficulties for the bowlers.

Anyway, a remarkable record-breaking chase from visitors. Wednesday (March 13) for Decoder to Delhi. Until then, it is our goodbye.

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