Australia beat India by 4 wickets

Aaron Finch’s team pulls 2-2 equal in the five-match series by winning 4 wickets in the fourth ODI. Australia has reached the target of 359 runs with 13 balls remaining. It is the fifth highest goal in ODIs, chasing victory.

Australia’s victory against the biggest goal ahead was against England. In 2011, they chased 333 runs in Sydney.

The record for winning the highest run chase against India was jointly shared by Sri Lanka and Pakistan. Pakistan won by 341 runs in Mohali in 2007. After 10 years, Sri Lanka won by chasing that run at The Oval.

Indian Innings

India won the toss and elected to bat first in Mohali on Sunday. Dhawan, who did not get runs in the previous three matches, was aggressive from the very beginning. At one time Rohit retired after seeing him

Who will reach the Century before – so that the two openers were to compete in that competition. Rohit got caught in deep midwicket after trying to hit three sixes to hit sixes. The breakthrough added a total of 193 runs for 31 overs. Rohit smashed 9 fours and two sixes in his 95 runs.

Dhawan took 16 centuries in a career of 97 runs. After scoring three figures, the batman will hit on the bowlers and the left-arm batman will open the left-hander. Fast bowler Pat Cummins has stopped bowling him in a great delivery.

Playing 115, Dhawan’s 143-ball innings made three sixes and 18 fours.

Richardson, who scored a century in the previous two matches, was soon left out to Virat Kohli. Rishab Pant and Bijay Shankar brought the collection of three hundred and fifty runs away to India after the dismissal of Cummins.

Cummins took 5 wickets for 70 runs in the Ran Festival match. Richardson took 3 wickets for 85 runs.

Australian Innings

Australia beat Finch in the first over in the first over by scoring big runs Shawn Marsh also took a farewell before two figures. Handscom has set a resistance against Khawaja in the previous match. Two of the 192-run partnership in responsible batting

Kuldeep Yadav breaks the dangerous partnership with a fine catch in the fine leg by returning to the game. Khawaja 91 runs in the match played 99 balls in 7 fours.

Glenn Maxwell storm did not last long However, the result of the deliveries was the host bowlers, Turner broke the hosts’ batting.

Handscom was back in the first innings of 117 runs in 105 balls with eight fours and three sixes. The rest is Sarah Turner. The middle-order batsman, who remained unbeaten on six sixes in 43 balls and unbeaten 84 runs in five fours and six sixes in the explosive batting. He has won the match for this innings. He won the Man of the Match Award.

The fifth and final one-day series will be scheduled in New Delhi on Wednesday.

Short score:


India: 358/9 in 50 overs (Rohit 95, Dhawan 143, Rahul 26, Kohli 7, Panto 36, Kedar 10, Shankar 26, Bhuvneshwar 1, Kuldeep 1 *, Chehel 0, Bumrah 6 *; Cummins 5/70, Berenadorf 0 / 61, Richardson 3/85, Maxwell 0/61, Jampa 1/57, Finch 0/22)


Australia: 359/6 (Finch 0, Khawaja 91, Marsh 6, handsome 117, Maxwell 23, Turner 84 *, Career 21, Richardson 0 *, Bhuvneshwar 1/67, Bumrah 3/63, Shankar 0/29 , Kuldeep 1/64, Kedar 0/44, Cheek 1/80)

Result: Australia won by 4 runs

Man of the Match: Ashton Turner