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Australia took down India sparing 13 balls on the 4th ODI


 The match of Sunday in the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, in Mohali had quite a challenging game of the 4th ODI match of India VS Australia. India fails to defend their 350+ score for the first time in the ODI history. Australia strikingly took down India as they reached the targeted runs with 13 balls to spare. India has the 21st occasion of India loosing after posting a target of 300 plus runs. And with this match it becomes the 12th ODI game where both teams managed to get 350 plus runs.

 India wining the toss and decided to bat first. An excellent play from Shikhar Dhawan as he manages to score cross century of 143 runs from 115 balls. Rohit Sharma also played his part to the fullest reaching quite near to the 100 runs for century, managing to  get 95 runs out of 92 balls. As per Captain Virat Kholi, he had a disappointing match yesterday as he was unable to contribute much on behalf of his team. Despite the losses India scores 358 runs at the loss of 9 wickets. Pat cummins took 5 wickets for Australia where as Jhye Richardson and Adam Zampa took 3 and 1 wickets respectively.

  On behalf of Australia, Aston Turner hit the 43rd ball managing to gain 84 runs as the wining shot plying till not out. Peter Handscomb played a well shot gaining 117 runs from 105 balls whereas Usman Khawaja manged to get near the century line with 91 runs. Chasing the target Australia came in hot as they managed to gain 359 runs with 13 balls remaining at the loss of 6 wickets. Australia chased down the target in 47.5 overs. Jasprit Bumrah struck out 3 wickets for team India.

Since the fourth game of the ODI has finalized every one looks up to the 5th ODI of India VS Australia. Both the teams have won 2-2 matches respectively. The comming game will set the tie breaking target to run for on the 13th March this Wednesday at 1:45PM Nepali time.

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