Published: Wed, March 13, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

India vs Australia: Virat Kohli outraged at the DRS after Mohali loss

India vs Australia: Virat Kohli outraged at the DRS after Mohali loss

Middle-order batsman Ashton Turner, whose spectacular knock of 84 runs took Australia over the line against India in the fourth ODI at Mohali, said he was raring to perform for his team. Australia beat India by 4 wickets to level the series 2-2, and we'll have a decider in Delhi.

In the past, the ICC has either reprimanded or banned worldwide players for showing off their political sentiments during global matches.

"The plan was to take the game as deep as we could". Asked what was going wrong for the leg-spinner because his Australia counterpart Zampa has done well in the four games, Prasanna said: "Just because Zampa has picked wickets, Chahal is to be questioned?" We have seen what he has done in the Big Bash League (for Perth Scorchers) for the past couple of years. "It was a world-class knock and to take on two of the best death bowlers in the world was outstanding", Finch added of the Man of the Match. There were even chants of "Dhoni, Dhoni" after Rishabh Pant missed a stumping.

"It became too wet to bowl, it was very hard to bowl in the right areas".

"We were sloppy in the field and should've grabbed our chances", Kohli said of his team's fielding lapses.

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After allowing India to post 358 despite a five-wicket haul for Pat Cummins, the Australians got off to the worst possible start when Aaron Finch fell for a duck and he was soon followed by Shaun Marsh for just six but Usman Khawaja and Peter Handscomb started the fightback.

Rohit, who scored 95 off 92 deliveries, became the ninth India cricketer after Sachin Tendulkar, MS Dhoni, Virat Kohli, Yuvraj Singh, Rahul Dravid, Sourav Ganguly, Mohammad Azharuddin and Virender Sehwag to complete 3000 ODI runs on home soil.

In Durban, South Africa Quinton de Kock ended a streak of near misses with a scintillating century, setting up a series-clinching win for South Africa in the third one-day global against Sri Lanka.

Handscomb and Khawaja put on 192 runs for the third wicket after Australia had been reduced to 12-2 and Turner applied the finishing touch to lead Australia to 359-6 in 47.5 overs. The other instance came in West Indies Tri-Nation Series at Basseterre in 2016.

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