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India Vs Australia Live Score (ODI)

4th ODI | 10 March, 2019 | Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali

359 / 6 Overs47.5 R/R7.50 Fours25 Sixes10 Extras17

Match Status: Match Ended

Match Result: Australia beat India by 4 wickets

Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Ashton Turner 84 43 5 6
Jhye Richardson 0 0 0 0
  • That is it from this nail-biter of a contest. We now move to Delhi for the fifth and final ODI of this 5-match series with both teams level. The decider will be played on Wednesday, 13th March. That game will begin at 1330 local (0800 GMT). Join us for that one. Till then, cheers!
  • Man of the Match, Ashton Turner, says he is lost for words. Admits he was not expecting to play till the time he came to the ground but Stoinis' injury provided him with the opportunity. Further adds he was mentally ready to play whenever he had a chance to and wanted to make most of it. On the life he got, he said he was lucky enough and he wanted to make most of it. Praises Hayden for the advice he gave him which helped him play spin better. Giggles and says he tries to watch the ball till the end when playing spin.
  • Australian skipper, Aaron Finch, says that the partnership between Usman Khawaja and Peter Handscomb was important as they took it deep. On the run chase, he opines that he wanted the players to hang in there. On the World Cup, he says that it is all about the boys making the most of it and taking their chances. Credits Turner as it was just his second game. Adds saying he took on the two best bowlers and him them clean.
  • Indian skipper, Virat Kohli, says the wicket remained good and feels that the dew made it even difficult. States that bowling in the end was not easy. Credits, Turner, Khawaja and Handscomb for their innings. On why he opted to bat first, Kohli says that the wicket was good to bat on and the dew was expected in the last game also but didn't come and hence, he thought, it would not play a part in this game as well. On why he introduced Chahal so late in the game. Virat explains they had to bowl the 5th bowler out and he backed Chahal to bowl with the dew. Admits that they were sloppy in the field and they should have taken their opportunities. Reckons they let the opportunity and the game slip away from them. Feels that the last game would be a cracker and says they will need to be at their best if they want to win the series.
  • Murali Kartik is down with centurion, Peter Handscomb. On his maiden ODI century, Handscomb says that it is a lovely feeling. Admits they (him and Khawaja) did not talk much out in the middle and just played their own game. Explains that once the dew came on, he felt like there was no spin and they just played their natural game. Credits Maxwell for his innings. Praises Turner and says he is an amazing player and the innings he played here in just his second ODI was completely special.
  • Earlier in the day, the Indians elected to bat after winning the toss and posted a massive score courtesy Dhawan's ton and Rohit's 95. However, a ton from Handscomb, a 91 from Khawaja and an 84 from Turner turned the game on its head and they ensured the series is leveled.
  • The Indians started off in the best possible manner with the ball. Kumar and Bumrah got a couple of early wickets and also kept it nice and tight. However, once the dew set in, it kept getting tough for them. The spinners struggled to grip the ball and there were too many poor balls bowled. As the game progressed the pressure started showing on the Indian fielders too. Especially Pant, as he missed a stumping chance before Turner passed his half ton. Also, a couple of dropped catches, one by Jadhav and the other by Dhawan did not help their cause. Towards the end, the pacers also struggled to hit the right lines and lengths with the wet ball and hence, the hosts ended up on the losing side.
  • All the credit has to be given to the newbies! Usman Khawaja, who is only 25 ODIs old. Peter Handscomb, who has only 15 ODIs under his belt and Turner, probably Australia's new finisher has played a gem of a knock in his second one-day international game. It was Khawaja and Handscomb to start with. The two played themselves in, steadied the ship but always moved along at a good rate. The two added a massive 192-run stand with the former missing out on a ton and the latter scoring one. The two brought the Aussies back into the game and set the platform for the big hitters like Maxwell and Turner to do their bit. The Big Show failed but Ashton proved his mettle. A 43-ball 84 by him. He ensured he stayed there till the end and was well-supported by Carey as the two blasted an 86-run stand. The wicket-keeper got dismissed but Turner ensured he took them over the finishing line.
  • WE HAVE A DECIDER! What a game and what a chase this is! Who would have thought at 12 for 2 with the Aussie skipper, Finch and Australia's best batsman in ODIs in the last year or so, Marsh, back in the hut, the Aussies, let alone win it but would even come close. If you did so, you should buy yourself a lottery ticket.
  • 47.5That is the victory. What a great win for the Aussies! Turner hits this towards mid on and comes back for the second. The throw was at the striker's end but Ashton made it in time. They celebrate and so does the Aussie camp. They get in a group huddle and sink in the victory. AUSTRALIA BEAT INDIA BY 4 WICKETS.
  • Jhye Richardson is the new batsman. He might not even face a ball though
  • 47.4OUT! Carey falls! Won't make a difference though. Length ball on the leg side. Carey checks his shot and the ball lobs up towards Dhawan at mid-wicket who takes a dolly. A match-winning partnership comes to an end.
  • 47.3Back of a length over the stumps, Turner gets bat to ball guides it to third man for one. Just 2 required.
  • 47.2In total control now. Taps this to the off side and jogs to the other end.
  • 47.1FOUR LEG BYES! Everything going the yellow way. Full and on the leg side, Carey looks to work it away but the ball hits his pads and goes past Pant on the leg side to the fine leg boundary.
  • 46.6He keeps strike now as Carey works it around the corner and gets to the other end. 351/5
  • 46.5FOUR! Runs needed into single digits now! Down the leg side, Carey flicks it past square leg inside the ring and a boundary results.
  • 46.4In the air... and dropped again! One has to believe, it is Turner's night today. A low full toss outside off, Turner looks to go over mid off but does not get the desired timing. It goes straight to Dhawan there who spills it. After the last boundary though, I do not think, this catch would have made a difference had it been taken.
  • 46.3FOUR! Adding salt to the wound here. Dropped on the last ball and a boundary on this one. Short and this time Turner gets his pull squarer. No one in the deep and a boundary.
  • 46.2DROPPED! Kedar Jadhav has probably dropped the match! It is the slower short ball on middle, Turner goes back and looks to pull. It goes off the toe-end towards deep mid-wicket. Jadhav there may have misjudged it as he looks to take it with a dive forward in the end. He though spills it. Two taken. Had that catch been taken, India would have been into the bowlers.
  • 46.1SIX! Power, all power there. Full and on middle, Turner shuffles across and then lifts it over the long on fence.
  • 45.6A single to end! 16 from it and now Australia are firm favorites to win this game. They need 26 from 24 as Turner guides it down to third man for a run. 333/5
  • 45.5SIX! What a shot this is! This lad has played an innings of a lifetime. At the very end, he just shuffles across and then paddles it over short fine leg. The contact is such that the ball carries all the way for a biggie.
  • 45.4Lovely delivery! A yorker right on the pads. Carey fails to jam it out. It hits his pads and rolls towards point. The batsmen take a leg bye.
  • 45.3FOUR! 8 from the 3 balls! Even the ever reliable Bumrah is going for runs here. Carey once again makes room and hits it through point. It races away to the fence.
  • 45.2Another couple! This is brilliant batting! Also that is the 50-run stand and it has come up only in 28 balls. It has turned the game into Australia's favour but they need to continue as there is not a lot of batting left after this. Once again this is clever batting. Carey makes room and then pushes it through covers. The weight on the shot is perfect and the batsmen pick up two.
  • 45.1Outstanding running this! Carey makes room and then pushes it through covers. They take one and then seeing the fielder get to the ball slowly go for the second and complete it.
  • Change of ends for Jasprit Bumrah.
  • 44.6SIX! Oh boy! Turner is in the mood. Fuller ball on middle and leg, Turner flicks it high and handsome over square leg for a maximum. 20 runs from the over and looks like the Aussies have the upper hand. 317/5
  • 44.5Lovely running. Could be trouble for India. Outside off, Turner drives it past point and comes back for a second run.
  • 44.4FOUR! Maiden fifty for Turner. He is turning the game by himself. Short ball on the off side, Turner pulls it through square leg and gets another boundary.
  • 44.3SIX! Full toss on off, Turner lofts it over the mid-wicket region and deposits it into the stands.
  • 44.2Good ball on the pads, Carey misses his flick. The ball hits his pads and goes to the on side. They cross. Leg bye given.
  • 44.1Fuller ball on the stumps, driven to covers and gets to the other end. They have to run for everything.
  • Bhuvneshwar Kumar is back into the attack.
  • 43.6A dot to end but another expensive over as 10 comes from it. Carey goes for the sweep but misses to get hit on the body. Chahal is done for the night, not a spell worth remembering as he goes for 80 in his 10 and only has one scalp to his name. 62 in the last 6. 297/5
  • 43.5Nice drive through the cover region for a couple.
  • 43.4Makes room again and looks to hit it through the off side but gets it off the inner half towards mid-wicket for a run.
  • 43.4NOT OUT! The batsman has his feet grounded and there is no edge too. Both the teams have now do have a review left. Turner moves away and Chahal fires it outside off. Turner swings but seems to have missed it. Pant collects it and whips the bails off. He is also appealing for the catch. First the square leg umpire takes it upstairs but then Pant wants it to be reviewed for a caught behind. Kohli does so. Replays roll in and they first show that Turner's back foot is in. Ultra Edge later on does show some spike but that is even before the ball passes the bat. Also, there is day light between bat and ball and hence, it is ruled in the favor of the batsman. It is also a wide.
  • Rishabh Pant has taken the bails off. The umpire takes it up to the TV umpire. Also, Pant suggests the umpire that Turner might have got a nick to this. The umpires will check the stumping first and then the outside edge.
  • 43.3Now Pant concedes an extra run here! A yorker on middle, Carey jams it out beside the pitch. Pant gets to the ball and backhands a needless shy at the striker's end but misses. The batsmen run an overthrow. Every run here can prove costly and India can't give away such easy runs.
  • 43.2Makes room and looks to hit it down the ground. It goes off the inner half towards mid-wicket for a single.
  • 43.1Smart batting! With soft hands works it towards mid-wicket. By the time the fielder comes in, the batsmen run two. 4 from one ball in this over.
  • 43.1WIDE! Tries another one. This time Turner keeps his foot grounded. Two extras to begin with.
  • 43.1A chance goes down! This one was an easy stumping chance for Pant. Pressure getting to him maybe. Chahal bowls it down the leg side. Turner looks to flick but misses. He loses his balance in doing so and is outside the crease. Pant fails to collect the ball and Turner gets back in. This could prove very costly.
  • 42.6Outside off, Turner gets an edge which goes towards third man for one. 6 from the over. 287/5
  • 42.5FOUR! Proper cricketing shot! When he can play these, why try the paddle? Stays inside the crease and guides it past backward point away from third man to the fence.
  • 42.4Three dots in a row. Turner looks to paddle this but the ball goes outside off and to the keeper.
  • 42.3It looked like the slower ball but it was 132.8kph. Over the stumps, Turner swings but connects with thin air.
  • 42.2Full and outside off, Turner can only dig it out to the off side.
  • 42.1Fuller ball from round the wicket on middle and leg, Carey hits it towards mid on and changes ends.
  • Jasprit Bumrah is back into the attack.
  • 41.6SIX! Ashton is turning it on here! Finishes the over with a bang. 10 from this one too. Walks across and slams the delivery on off over long on for a biggie. 281/5
  • 41.5Misfield! Carey works this with soft hands towards mid-wicket. They run two, The fielder takes his eyes off the ball at the very end and misfields and an extra run is conceded.
  • 41.4Just a single from the four balls as Turner hits it through covers.
  • 41.3Flatter and around off, Turner goes back and looks to punch but gets an inside edge onto his pads.
  • 41.2Flighted ball outside off, Turner looks to hit it through the off side but is beaten by the away turn.
  • The next batsman in is Alex Carey.
  • 41.1OUT! Chahal strikes on his very first ball of his new spell. The centurion departs and now 359 looks farfetched. Clever bowling here. Chahal sees Handscomb coming down the track so bowls it wide outside off. Peter aims for the shorter boundary which is the straight boundaries. He though gets it off the toe-end. It lobs towards long off where Rahul runs in and takes it. A brilliant innings by Handscomb comes to an end, he has given his side hope here. 88 more needed in 53 with 5 wickets in hand.
  • Yuzvendra Chahal is back into the attack.
  • 40.6A dot to end but still 10 from the over! Turner walks across and hits the ball hard but straight to Kuldeep. AN expensive end to Kuldeep's spell. His figures read 10-0-64-1. 271/4
  • 40.5Fires it outside off, Handscomb makes room and guides it through point for a run. The runs needed per over has been scored in this over, no need for anything silly now.
  • 40.4Well fielded! Every run is important here. A low full toss on off, Handscomb hits it wide of long on. Kohli there runs to his right, dives and saves two.
  • 40.3Slower through the air outside off, Turner drags it on the leg side and takes a single.
  • 40.2Fires this outside off, Turner pushes it to covers.
  • 40.1SIX! Stand and deliver! The over could not have started any better. The googly but it is a little too full. Turner just reaches out for it and tonks it over the bowler's head for a biggie.
  • Powerplay 3 signalled by the umpire. Maximum of 5 fielder can now be placed outside the 30-yard circle till the end of the match.
  • 39.6Another great yorker to finish. This was outside off, Handscomb gets across to shuffle but cannot get anything on it. Australia need 98 from the last 10 overs. 261/4
  • 39.5FOUR! Unlucky for the bowler. Yorker! Right on middle, Handscomb does well to churn it down to fine leg. The fine leg fielder is wide and the ball runs to the fence.
  • 39.4Low full toss outside off, Turner gives room and drives it through covers for one.
  • 39.3Follows Turner down leg, Turner still manages to pull it through mid-wicket and pick a couple of runs.
  • 39.2Short ball outside off, Handscomb pulls it over square leg for one more.
  • 39.1Length ball on middle, Turner pushes this to long on. They jog and complete the run.
  • Bhuvneshwar Kumar replaces Yuzvendra Chahal.
  • 38.6FOUR! Third boundary in the over! 13 from it. Short and on middle, Handscomb picks the length early. Goes back and pulls it along the ground in the gap in the mid-wicket region. 107 more needed in 66. The game is excellently set up here. 252/4
  • 38.5A missed stumping chance! A tough one though. Handscomb uses his feet but Kuldeep bowls it short. PH looks to flick but misses. To his luck though, it hits his pads and deflects to the right of Pant who is moving to his left. The ball ends up hitting his pad and rolls away from him. Handscomb makes it back in time.
  • 38.4This was short and on the pads, Turner goes back and works it through square leg. They run the first one hard but have to settle for one.
  • 38.3FOUR! Back-to-back boundaries! This time it is the sweep shot. Hits it very nicely and it goes to the square leg fence like a tracer bullet.
  • 38.2FOUR! Brute! Tosses it up on off, Turner smashes it through mid off. The fielder at long off has no chance and a boundary.
  • 38.1Slower through the air on the pads, Turner plays it towards mid-wicket.
  • 37.6That has been powered down to long off but just for a run. Another good over in the context of the game for India. 239/4
  • 37.5Another single as Handscomb creams this through covers.
  • 37.4The googly on off, Turner fails to pick it. Adjusts at the very last and works it through mid-wicket for a run.
  • 37.3Down the leg side, Turner works it nicely through mid-wicket and takes two.
  • 37.2Very full on middle, Turner jams it out towards mid-wicket.
  • 37.1Dances down the track but Chahal fires it on the pads, the batter flicks it towards short fine leg for a run.
  • 36.6Flatter and outside off, the batsman strokes it down to long off for a run. Just the 4 runs from the over and huge wicket of Maxwell. 126 needed from the last 13 overs. 6 wickets in hand. 233/4
  • 36.5The googly, Turner may have picked it as he tries to force it through the off side. He gets it off the inner half through mid-wicket for a run.
  • 36.4The leg spinner, Turner goes back and works it to square leg.
  • 36.3Uses his feet and whips it through mid-wicket for a run.
  • 36.2On the shorter side, Turner goes back and pushes it down to long on for a run.
  • Ashton Turner walks out to the middle.
  • 36.1OUT! Looked out and it is out! Three reds and the Big Show's innings has come to an end. He takes the review along with him. The bowling change has worked wonders and the Indians are pumped up. He brings out the reverse sweep. These shots are wonderful when they come off but not a good sight when they don't. It does not work for Maxwell as he misses. It hits him on the front pad. An appeal follows and the umpire raises the finger. Maxwell reviews. Replays show that the on-field call is the right one. His cameo comes to an end and India are right on top now.
  • Big, big moment in the game this! Maxwell is given out LBW. He though has reviewed. Looks out.
  • Kuldeep Yadav is back on.
  • 35.6Great Stop, Dhawan the man at cow corner. Maxwell drags this through mid-wicket. Dhawan hares to his right, pulls the ball back in just ahead of the ropes. Three runs taken but one run saved. 229/3
  • 35.5SIX! Didn't look like he got all of it but still has the power to travel all over. Short ball on off, Maxwell is quick to transfer his weight back and pull it over the long on fence.
  • 35.4Loopy ball on the stumps, Handscomb pushes it towards mid off for nothing.
  • 35.3On off, driven towards mid off to get Peter on strike.
  • 35.2Quicker one on the the pads. Cramps Maxwell on the pads who misses and gets hit on his legs.
  • 35.1Tossed up on middle, Maxwell swipes at deep square leg. Shankar dives and keeps it to two.
  • Yuzvendra Chahal is asked to bowl.
  • 34.6A single to end! Just the three from Kumar's first of his new spell. Maxwell works it around the corner for a run. 143 in 90 balls. 216/3
  • 34.5100 for Peter Handscomb. His maiden ODI ton and what a time to get it. Australia were down and out after losing two quick wickets but he has stepped up to the occasion here in a must-win game. The job though is still not done and he would know that. He however, gets there in the most unconvincing manner. He won't care though. A short ball on the body, it may have taken the inside edge, then onto his body and towards point. The batsmen cross ends. Handscomb then is looking at the umpire, no signal from him. He then takes his helmet off and soaks in the applause from the dressing room.
  • 34.4Three dots in a row! Short and outside off, it is the slower one. Handscomb thinks of upper cutting it but then bails out.
  • 34.3Another dot! This is angled into the batsman, he works it towards mid-wicket.
  • 34.2On the off pole, Handscomb guides it to point. Maxwell sets off for a run but PH sends him back in time.
  • 34.1Bowls it on a length and around off, Maxwell pushes it towards mid off and gets the man on 99 on strike.
  • Bhuvneshwar Kumar replaces Kedar Jadhav.
  • 33.6Continues going after it but this time it goes off the inner half through mid-wicket for a run. The threatening partnership has been broken in this over but 9 did come from it. 213/3
  • 33.5FOUR! This is an excellent contest between the two, for now, it is Maxwell who is winning it. Short and on the body, Maxwell swivels and pulls it fine down the leg side for a boundary.
  • 33.4Maxwell has come out with a positive intent here. He makes room and looks to cut but it goes off the bottom half to the point fielder.
  • 33.3Excellent comeback there by Bumrah. He angles this into the off pole and then gets him to leave the batsman. Maxwell is squared up as he tries to defend but gets beaten.
  • 33.2FOUR! How good was that shot to get off the mark? The bottom hand comes into play there. Length and angling into the batsman. Maxwell whips it past mid on and the ball races to the fence.
  • Glenn Maxwell is the new batsman in.
  • 33.1OUT! In the air... taken! There is the breakthrough Kohli wanted, there is the breakthrough the crowd here wanted and there is the breakthrough India wanted. Bumrah has provided it. How often has this guy stepped up to the plate when his team needed him? Bumrah is just too good. The short ball does the trick for him. It skids off the surface. Khawaja goes for the pull but does not get on top of the bounce. It takes the top edge and lobs towards fine leg. Kuldeep there runs in and takes a tumbling catch. Khawaja walks back 9 short of a ton but his partnership with Handscomb has brought the Aussies back into the game. 155 more needed.
  • 32.6FOUR! SWEET! Moves to 99 with that. Stays inside, gets behind it and drives this elegantly through covers for a boundary. 19 from the over and Australia are motoring along well. 204/2
  • 32.5Rahul saves a boundary. Handscomb looks to reverse sweep this but Rahul from backward point dives to his right and stops it. The batsmen take one.
  • 32.4Driven through mid on by the batsman. The batsmen have run through for a single.
  • 32.3SIX! Is this when they put the leg on the gas? Handscomb is not worried about his ton just skips out and lofts another one over Kedar's head for half a dozen.
  • 32.2SIX! Excellent shot! Straighter one around middle and leg, Handscomb uses his feet and lofts this over the bowler's head for a beautiful biggie.
  • 32.1Paddles this fine away from the man at 45 for one.
  • 31.6Outside off, Khawaja drives to past the cover region to retain strike. 185/2
  • 31.5Back of a length on the body, Handscomb looks to pull but mistimes it towards square leg. They cross.
  • 31.4Keeping it tight on the off pole, Khawaja pushes this towards mid on for a quick run.
  • 31.3Slower ball at 113.8 on off, Handscomb pushes it away from covers and gets to the other end. Good change of pace.
  • 31.2This one is closer to the stumps, Handscomb drives it to the man at covers.
  • 31.1Length ball from around the wicket outside off. Khawaja drives it through cover-point for one.
  • Jasprit Bumrah is back into the attack. India looking to break this partnership here.
  • 30.6A single to end an excellent over! Just 3 from it. Khawaja eases the ball down to long on for a run. 180/2
  • 30.5Flatter and outside off, Khawaja goes back and pushes it to covers.
  • 30.4Play and a miss! Full and outside off, Khawaja throws his bat at it but misses.
  • 30.3NOT OUT! Yes, it is missing the leg pole. What a review that and a very important one as Khawaja is well-set and Australia need him to continue. India though are shocked as they can't believe it is going down leg. Jadhav bowls the quicker one from wide of the crease. It is full. Khawaja looks to sweep but misses and gets hit on the pads. An appeal follows and the umpire raises the finger. Khawaja after a chat reviews. Replays roll in and the leg stump is seen when UK is playing the shot but Hawk Eye still shows it to be going down leg. Khawaja survives to fight another day.
  • Review time! Khawaja has been given out LBW. He has reviewed it. Is it slipping down leg?
  • 30.2Dances down the track again but does not get to the pitch of it. Eases it down to long off and a run is taken.
  • 30.1Flighted ball outside off, Khawaja hits it through covers for a run.
  • Kedar Jadhav replaces Kuldeep Yadav.
  • 29.6A single to end! 11 from the over. Khawaja makes room and Chahal slows it up. UK looks to defend but it goes off the inner half towards mid-wicket for a single. 177/2
  • 29.5This time goes all along the ground towards the long on fielder and a run is taken.
  • 29.4SIX! Much, much-needed! Lovely shot from Peter Handscomb. He makes room and also steps down the track, gets to the pitch of it and lofts it over the long on fence.
  • 29.3The big shot comes but the boundaries here are too long. It goes on the bounce to the fielder in the deep mid-wicket region. A single.
  • 29.2Uses his feet but does not get to the pitch of the ball, it is hit down to long on for a run.
  • 29.1Brings out the reverse sweep but Chahal fires it on the leg stump. He mistimes it towards point for a run.
  • 28.6Drives this crisply through covers but gets just one. 4 from the over. 166/2
  • 28.5On off, Handscomb comes forward and hits it hard back past the bowler towards long off for just one.
  • 28.4Khawaja on-drives this towards mid on to get to the other end.
  • 28.3Just short! Outside off again, Khawaja looks to drive but gets it uppishly towards cover-point.
  • 28.2Outside off, the leg spinner. Khawaja looks to cut but fails.
  • 28.1Loopy ball on middle, flicked away to long on to change ends.
  • 27.6Another dot ball. Just three off the over. On leg, turned to the man at mid-wicket. 197 from 132 needed, Australia need to get going. 162/2
  • 27.5On the legs of Khawaja who gives it to the mid on fielder.
  • 27.4Driven towards the mid off region. They pick up a single.
  • 27.3On the pads, Handscomb flicks it to the man at square leg.
  • 27.2Khawaja works it down the leg side. They pick up a single.
  • 27.1Inside edge! Flighted ball on off, Handscomb uses his feet but gets an inside edge which saves him. The ball goes to the man at 45 where they cross.
  • 26.6The short of length delivery has been cut away square on the off side to the fielder. Dot ball. 159/2
  • 26.5Rocks back and cuts it past backward point. They take a couple of runs.
  • 26.4Handscomb comes down the track and pushes it towards long off for a single.
  • 26.3Comes out and works this towards mid on to give his partner strike.
  • 26.2Another full toss around middle. Khawaja tries reverse sweeping it fine. Misses out as it goes straight to the man at short third man.
  • 26.1Gives this air on off, Khawaja swipes through mid-wicket. Shankar dives to his right and saves two.
  • 25.6BEATEN! A wild swing there. Tosses it up outside off, Handscomb's eyes lit up there as he saw the flight. Looks for the slog sweep but misses. Two dots to end but still a good over for the Aussies. 153/2
  • 25.5Flatter and on the stumps, Handscomb guides it towards point. The fielder makes a good stop.
  • 25.4FOUR! Good shot! He loves the sweep shot and he has played it really well here. Goes down early and sweeps it against the turn through backward square leg for a boundary. 150 is up for the Aussies. They are going along well here.
  • 25.3Steps down the track again and works it around the corner for a run.
  • 25.2Uses his feet again and whips it through mid-wicket for a run.
  • 25.1Clever shot! Makes room and also steps out, then just chips it over covers and takes two.
  • 24.6On off, Khawaja makes room but gets an outside edge short of backward point. 145/2
  • 24.5That ball has taken the inside edge onto the pads as Khawaja rocks back and tries to pull it.
  • 24.4The batsman has driven it through mid off. The batsmen have run through for a single.
  • 24.3Misfield. Khawaja opens the bat face and tries getting it past Bumrah at short third man. He misfields and the ball rolls further back where they take three.
  • 24.2Appeal but nothing from the umpire. Leg spinner on middle, Handscomb flicks but misses it. The ball goes and hits his pad. The Indians appeal but the umpire stays put. Kohli wanted the review but Pant suggested there might be an inside edge. Rightly so, replays confirm that. Meanwhile, the batsmen steal a run as the ball was away from the fielder on the on side.
  • 24.1Short ball on off, Handscomb goes back and cuts but gives it to covers. Handscomb misses out and there was no protection in the deep.
  • 23.66 from the over! 219 more needed in 156. Handscomb guides this through point and takes a run. 140/2
  • 23.5Leg bye! Slower through the air outside off, Khawaja looks to work it around the corner but misses. The ball hits his pads and rolls towards short third man for a run.
  • 23.4Brings the sweep out and hits it towards square leg for a run.
  • 23.3Pant saves a boundary there! This is flatter and on middle, Handscomb plays a risky shot as he tries to guide it down to third man. It takes a faint outside edge and goes to the right of the keeper. Pant sticks a leg out Dhoni style and saves four.
  • 23.2Takes a few steps ahead and then whips it through mid-wicket for a run.
  • 23.1Plays the paddle sweep and hits it fine. Collects two.
  • 22.6Three dots to end! So only 6 from the over despite it going for a boundary on the first ball. Handscomb makes room and cuts but finds point. 134/2
  • 22.5The leg spinner on off, Handscomb looks to play it against the turn but it goes off the inner half to mid-wicket.
  • 22.4The googly and outside off, PH looks to sweep but gets it off the inner half onto his pads.
  • 22.3A little too full on middle, Khawaja strokes it down to long on and takes a run.
  • 22.2Another full toss but this time Handscomb sweeps it straight to the man at deep square leg. Only a run.
  • 22.1FOUR! A gift but it still has to be put away! A full toss outside off, Handscomb places it nicely in the gap through square leg. It races away to the fence. Excellent start to the over, need to make it count though.
  • 21.650 for Handscomb. His 4th in this format. The two are going on nicely. Gently pushes this towards mid on and to get to the landmark. 128/2
  • 21.5Gives the charge to this one and lofts it above the bowler's head for a brace.
  • 21.4On off, Khawaja turns it through mid-wicket for one.
  • 21.3FOUR! The reverse sweep! Khawaja really showing his class. Gets into position early and reverse sweeps this through covers for a boundary.
  • 21.2Handscomb plays the square cut. One run added to the total.
  • 21.1Played to the point region by PH. Dot ball.
  • 20.6The batsman has driven it straight back to the bowler. 119/2
  • 20.5Turns away from the southpaw who tries to reverse sweep it but misses.
  • 20.4Handscomb gets to the pitch of the ball and clips this over the bowler's head for a single. One run added to the total.
  • 20.3Khawaja drives this through mid off and gets a single.
  • 20.2He really plays the reverse sweep well. Reverse sweep this to deep backward point for a couple.
  • 20.1A bit short on off, Handscomb makes room and cuts it towards backward point for one.
  • Kuldeep Yadav back on.
  • 19.6FOUR BYES! Bonus runs and much needed! This is given a nice loop outside off, Khawaja looks to defend but it turns back in. Goes between bat and pad. Pant too fails to collect it and it goes down to the third man fence. A good passage of play this for Australia, they are going at around 8 per over in the last 5 overs. 114/2
  • 19.5Uses his feet and strokes it down to long on for a run.
  • 19.4A very short ball, Khawaja goes back and pulls it towards deep mid-wicket for a run. Gets away with that one does Chahal. It was a poor ball.
  • 19.3Flighted ball outside off, it is pushed towards cover.
  • 19.2Uses his feet again but the line is shorter this time, Handscomb pushes it down to long on for a run.
  • 19.1Uses his feet and flicks it off his pads through backward square leg for a couple.
  • Yuzvendra Chahal introduced for the first time this evening.
  • 18.6A dot to end another productive over for the Aussies. This is stroked to covers. 105/2
  • 18.5Gives it a lot of flight, PH whips it through mid-wicket for a run.
  • 18.4This is worked with the angle towards mid-wicket for a run.
  • 18.3Hadscomb makes room but the ball is too full, he hits it down to long off for a run.
  • 18.2This is bowled outside off, Khawaja hits it through covers and takes a single.
  • 18.1FOUR! Swept and swept nicely! Goes down on one knee early and hits it right off the middle. It races to the square leg fence. 100 up for Australia.
  • 17.6Fifty for Usman Khawaja. He continues his fine form. Length ball outside off, Usman cuts it square to deep point to get to his 7th ODI fifty. He will need to convert this into a big one if the Aussies want to win this. 97/2
  • 17.5On middle and leg, Handscomb nudges it to mid-wicket for a run.
  • 17.4Full on middle and leg, Khawaja strokes it to long on for a single.
  • 17.3Play and a miss. Good length delivery outside off. Usman has a poke at it but misses.
  • 17.2FOUR! Kuldeep fumbles a bit and that results in a boundary. Shankar strays this on the pads, Khawaja flicks it through square leg. Kuldeep comes running from fine leg and tries to stop it with a dive. The umpire goes upstairs to check whether his leg touched the rope. Replays confirm it did and Australia get a boundary.
  • 17.1Full length delivery on off, Khawaja hits it straight to the fielder at mid off.
  • 16.6Khawaja goes back and pushes this to long off for an easy run. 10 from the over, a good start after Drinks! 90/2
  • 16.5Pushed to the cover region by the batsman.
  • 16.4A tad short outside off, Handscomb rocks back and cuts it through point. The fielder cuts it and saves one. The batsmen take three.
  • 16.3Outside off, Khawaja plays it past the point region and takes the run.
  • 16.2Handscomb has swept that one through the leg side. They pick up a single.
  • 16.1FOUR! That's the way to do it. Pitched up on off, Handscomb steps out and lofts it over mid-wicket. Pierces the gap and gets four. Back-to-back boundaries for Australia.
  • DRINKS - India are on top here after bagging 2 early wickets. Peter Handscomb and Usman Khawaja have tried to steady the ship here. They have stitched an unbeaten 68-run stand off 71 balls. They are behind the 8-ball at the moment. They will need to accelerate but also ensure they don't lose wickets in an attempt to do so.
  • 15.6FOUR! A boundary after quite some time! Full and around off, Khawaja leans into the stroke and hits it through covers. It is away from the sweeper this time and a boundary results. Much-needed. 80/2
  • 15.5Angles it into the pads, it is flicked through mid-wicket for a run.
  • 15.4Nicely clipped again but too close to the man at deep mid-wicket. Only a run.
  • 15.3This is fuller, PH stays leg side to the delivery and drives it towards wide mid off for a single.
  • 15.2Uses his feet but Shankar shortens the length, the batter pushes it to mid off.
  • 15.1Fuller in length and on middle, Khawaja works it down to long on and takes a single.
  • 14.6Flatter and on off, it is slapped down to long off and the batsmen cross ends. 72/2
  • 14.5Dances down the track and hits it down to long on for a run.
  • 14.4Fuller on off, Khawaja stays rooted to his crease and guides it towards point. Handscomb sets off for a run but UK is a little hesitant. He then goes for it and completes it.
  • 14.3The batsman has played it to the point region.
  • 14.2This is full and on off, Handscomb strokes it down to long off for a run.
  • 14.1On the shorter side and outside off, PH cuts it to point.
  • Kedar Jadhav is brought into the attack. He didn't have a great outing in the last game.
  • 13.6Once again an over ends with a run as Handscomb works it through mid-wicket. 68/2
  • 13.5Walks down the track again but Shankar bowls it on the body. Khawaja clips it through mid-wicket and gets to the other end.
  • 13.5Khawaja steps down the track but Shankar bowls it down the leg side. The batter still goes after it but misses.
  • 13.4On the shorter side and around off, Khawaja looks to pull but the ball does not bounce as much as he expected it to. It hits his thigh pad and rolls to the keeper.
  • 13.3Length and around middle, Handscomb eases it down to long on and gets to the other end.
  • 13.2Flicks it nicely wide of long on but only for a run.
  • 13.1Length and around off, Handscomb guides it through covers for a run.
  • 12.6One more single to end the over! Again the sweep shot from Handscomb. He once again finds the deep square leg fielder. The 50-run stand between these two comes up with this single. But the job is not even half done yet and both of them need to carry on if Australia want to win this one. 62/2
  • 12.5Goes back and pushes it through covers for a run. The series of singles continues.
  • 12.4Again a single only! Plays the sweep shot but there is a man at deep square leg.
  • 12.3A little too full this time on off, Khawaja times it down to long off for a run. The singles are coming but a boundary every now and then is what Australia need.
  • 12.2The googly on middle, Handscomb strokes it down to long on for a run.
  • 12.1Slower through the air outside off, Khawaja hits it through covers for a run.
  • 11.6Fuller and on the pads, Khawaja works it down to long on for an easy run. 56/2
  • 11.5Closer to the off pole and Khawaja guides it to point.
  • 11.4Continues attacking the stumps, Handscomb eases it down to long on and takes a single.
  • 11.3Length and outside off, Khawaja drives it square on the off side and takes a single.
  • 11.2Solid looking drive but straight back to the bowler.
  • 11.1Clips it nicely off the pads but too close to deep square leg. The fielder fumbles but no extra run conceded.
  • 10.6Gets to the pitch of the ball and eases it down to long off for a single. 5 singles from Yadav's first. 52/2
  • 10.5Handscomb makes room, Kuldeep bowls it on the stumps. PH guides it off the stumps but finds point.
  • 10.4Slower through the air, it is the one which turns away. Khawaja picks it and slaps it through cover for a single.
  • 10.3A little shorter again, Handscomb goes back and works it through square leg for a single.
  • 10.2On the shorter side, Khawaja goes back and hits it through covers for a run.
  • 10.1Steps out and strokes it towards wide mid off for a run. Another excellent drive but fails to find the gap again.
  • Powerplay 2 has been signalled by the umpire. 4 fielders can now be placed outside the 30-yard circle till the 40th over. Spinner introduced into the attack. Kuldeep Yadav to roll his arm over.
  • 9.6Another uppish shot towards mid on but once again it is well short. End of Powerplay 1 and India are ahead till now. Australia are 47 for 2 and they need another 312 runs with 8 wickets in hand. 47/2
  • 9.5Top effort! The skipper is leading from the front in the field. On the fuller side on off, Handscomb strokes it to the left of the mid off fielder. Kohli there moves swiftly to the left, dives and stops it. Can't stop a run though.
  • 9.4Eases this down to long on for a run.
  • 9.3Just short and a misfield! Khawaja dances down the track but is not able to get under the ball. He hits it uppishly towards mid on. Bumrah there runs in but then realizes he won't get there. Looks to stop it with a slide but only gets a hand to it. It goes towards long on for a couple.
  • 9.2Another dot. On off again, Khawaja cannot get past the man at mid off.
  • 9.1Shankar starts with a length delivery on off, Khawaja drives it to mid off.
  • Change in bowling. Vijay Shankar is introduced into the attack.
  • 8.6Length and on off, the batter strokes it to mid off. 5 from this over and 14 from the last two. 43/2
  • 8.5Good fielding! A length ball around off, PH lunges and times it off the middle towards cover. Rohit there dives to his right and stops it.
  • 8.4A little bit of shape into the batsman, Handscomb strokes it to mid on.
  • 8.3Another wristy flick but straight to the man at deep square leg. Only a run.
  • 8.2Goes back to bowling length and on off, Khawaja guides it to point.
  • 8.1FOUR! How stylish was that? Khawaja takes a few steps down the track and makes it into a half volley. He flicks it through mid-wicket for another boundary. Runs flowing now.
  • 7.6Bowls this outside off, Handscomb drives it well but cannot get it past cover-point. 38/2
  • 7.5Better from Bumrah. On the stumps, Handscomb keeps it out.
  • 7.4UK plays it with an angled bat and guides it to third man. One run added to the total.
  • 7.3FOUR! Lovely, in front of square this time. On the leg side again, Khawaja flicks it through mid-wicket. No stopping that one.
  • 7.2FOUR! Excellent shot. Lose ball on the pads, Khawaja whips it away with disdain behind square for a boundary.
  • 7.1Length ball on the stumps, Khawaja plays it with a straight bat to the off side.
  • 6.6Uppish but well short! Length and on off, this one sticks in the surface a little. PH looks to work it around the corner but is early in the shot. He hits it uppishly but well short of mid on. Just a run from this over. 29/2
  • 6.5The batsman has driven it through mid off.
  • 6.4Khawaja would have been a goner there! Kumar continues bowling it on a length. Handscomb strokes it back towards the bowler. He gets his hand down quickly and tries to deflect it back on the stumps at his end but it misses by a little. Khawaja was well short had that hit the stumps.
  • 6.3Another nice drive but once again Handscomb fails to find the gap.
  • 6.2Direct hit but comes to nothing! Handscomb strokes it nicely on the up towards covers. Rohit Sharma back hands it onto the stumps at the non-striker's end. The batsmen did not leave his crease though.
  • 6.1Plays it late with an angled bat. It goes down to third man for a single.
  • 5.6Stays leg side of the ball and then strokes it on the up to covers. 28/2
  • 5.5Good batting! Khawaja just like Handscomb waits for it and then guides it down to third man for a run.
  • 5.4Waits for the ball and then guides it down to third man for a single.
  • 5.3A little too straight, Khawaja looks to flick but gets an inside edge onto his pads. The ball rolls towards square leg and a single was taken.
  • 5.2Handscomb works this with the angle through square leg. Due to the long boundaries, it does not go to the fence but the batsmen get three.
  • 5.1Good fielding! Drives it on the up towards mid on. The fielder runs to his right and stops it with a slide. Not cleanly though and a single is conceded.
  • 4.6Follows the boundary with a dot. Length delivery on middle, Peter defends it with straight bat. Just a boundary off the over. 21/2
  • 4.5FOUR! Beautiful shot! Length delivery around off, Handscomb picks it on the up and drives it through covers for a boundary. He is looking solid here.
  • 4.4Good length delivery on off, Handscomb pushes it to mid off.
  • 4.3Length ball on the stumps, Handscomb blocks it.
  • 4.2On middle and leg, Peter tucks it to the fielder at mid-wicket.
  • 4.1Almost a calamity. Full length delivery around off, Handscomb hits it wide of mid off and looks for a single. There is a yes and no between the batsmen. They get to the decision quickly and don't take the run.
  • 3.6Fuller on middle and leg, Usman hits it to mid-wicket. 6 runs and a wicket off the over. 17/2
  • 3.5Length ball on off, Handscomb follows the boundary with a single down to third man.
  • 3.4FOUR! Chops it and will collect a boundary for it. Length outside off at 143 kph. Handscomb is late in cutting it and chops it fine to the third man region.
  • Peter Handscomb walks out to bat next.
  • 3.3OUT! Bumrah cleans him up! Comes in from over the wickets and serves an inswinging yorker at 142 kph on off. Marsh looks to drive it through covers. The ball goes right between the gates of bat and pad and hits the off stump. Bumrah is up in celebration and so is the crowd here in Mohali. Australia in deep trouble here. Their best ODI batsman in recent times is back in the hut. They now need a solid stand to get back in the game.
  • 3.2Length ball on off, Usman runs it down to third man and takes a single.
  • 3.1Good length ball on middle and off. Khawaja looks to drive it on the off side. It comes off the inner half of the bat and it goes towards the fielder at mid-wicket.
  • 2.6FOUR! A good end for Australia, spoils what was an excellent over till then! On the shorter side and outside off, Marsh goes back and punches it through covers. First boundary in this innings. 11/1
  • 2.5Length ball and it is slightly outside off, Marsh guides it towards point.
  • 2.4Attacks the off stump and it is on a length, Marsh defends it out.
  • 2.3Lands it on a length now and gets this one to bounce a touch extra. Khawaja takes a hand off the handle and then guides it down to third man for a run.
  • 2.2Driven crisply but straight to the man at mid off.
  • 2.1Length and on the off stump, Khawaja defends it by getting right behind the line of the delivery.
  • 1.6Edgy run! Length and outside off, Khawaja looks to stroke it on the up but gets an inside edge which goes past the leg stump, down to fine leg for a single. 6/1
  • 1.5This one is angled away from off, Marsh at the very end opens the face and guides it down to third man for a single.
  • 1.4A little too wide this time outside off, Marsh is in no mood to play at those.
  • 1.3On the stumps this time, Marsh gets right behind the line and keeps it out. Three excellent deliveries to begin with.
  • 1.2Another length ball outside off, another leave.
  • 1.1Length and outside off, Marsh shoulders arms to it,
  • Jasprit Bumrah to bowl from the other end with the second new ball.
  • 0.6Outside off, Khawaja leaves it alone. Excellent come back for Bhuvi. 4 runs and a wicket. 4/1
  • 0.5Marsh is off the mark straightaway. Length ball on middle and off, Marsh hits it towards mid off and gets off the mark.
  • Shaun Marsh is the new man in.
  • 0.4OUT! Timber! Finch's struggle against Bhuvneshwar continues. Inswinging full ball pitching on middle, Finch looks to play it across the line but it goes straight between his bat and pad. It hits the leg pole and Finch walks back for a duck. India strike early. Not the kind of start Australia would have wanted. For the fourth time Bhuvneshwar gets the better of Finch. He struggled in the ODIs in Australia and got out to him thrice. Kumar's first match in this series and he takes Finch out in the very first over. Just when it looked like the Aussie skipper had got back in form, he fails to add to it this time.
  • 0.3Khawaja is off the mark. On middle and leg, Usman flicks it to mid-wicket for a single.
  • 0.2This time corrects his line and bowls it on the fifth stump line. Khawaja shoulders arms to it.
  • 0.2Wide. Misses his line and bowls this one down the leg side. Wide signalled.
  • 0.1Bhuvneshwar starts with a perfect inswinging ball on length. Finch looks to flick but misses like he has on so many previous occasion against him. There is a stifled appeal which is turned down by the umpire. The ball goes towards third man and a single is stolen.
  • We are back for the chase! The Australian openers, Aaron Finch and Usman Khawaja make their way out to the middle. They need to provide a good start here. The right-hander will be on strike and he will be facing Bhuvneshwar Kumar who has the first new ball in hand. Just a slip in place. Here we go...

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1st Test, DAY 1: Pakistan 240/10