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- India vs Australia 2020 3rd ODI
313/5 (50.0 ov)
281/10 (48.2 ov)
Australia won by 32 runs
Player of the match:
That's it from us at Sportskeeda! Hope you enjoyed our coverage today. Australia have come storming back and the series is very much alive. India still lead the series 2-1. Do join us for the fourth ODI on Sunday at the PCA IS Bindra Stadium in Mohali.
Player of the Match Usman Khawaja:
It was nice to get that win. The bowlers bowled beautifully. We weren't quite sure what a good score is. Finch started well and the lower-order did a good job to take us over 300. My highest score was 98, so it was nice to get those extra two runs today.
Australia captain Aaron Finch:
It was a pretty good performance. To get 300 on that wicket was very good. It was nice, especially in these conditions. That partnership allowed Maxwell to come in and play his game. I have been working really hard and have always had the faith I would get runs. Usman (Khawaja) played a fantastic knock, Jhye (Richardson) was also impressive with the ball.
India captain Virat Kohli:
We pulled things back in the first innings. With the way Australia were going, we thought we would have been chasing 350-plus. I was told dew would come in in the evening, but that didn't happen and I got that wrong. The wicket wasn't improving at all and it wasn't getting easy for batting. They kept pitching the ball in the good areas, then I got out and Vijay got out and that's about it. We are a team that has taken a lot of pride in our cricket. We don't want to see anymore collapses. In terms of hitting the ball well, it was one of my finest hundreds. I was feeling well since ball one. I was really disappointed with the way I got out. Yeah, we will have a few changes in the next couple of games. A little hiccup in the middle, but we will regroup and come back strongly.
Time for the presentation ceremony.
After winning the toss, India did not look impressive with the ball. They appeared to be one bowler short and allowed the Australian batsmen to make merry on a sluggish surface. As the pitch got slower, the Indian batsmen faltered. Even though skipper Virat Kohli produced yet another masterclass, he did not have any support from the other batsmen.
Australia win by 32 runs!
A well-deserved victory for the visitors who have outplayed India across all three departments of the game. The ODI series is still 2-1 in favour of India. However, the Aussies have fought back strongly after successive defeats. The next two matches could be interesting.
Australia win! Kuldeep slices a length ball high up into the night sky and Aaron Finch completes the formalities with a safe catch.
48.2 OUT! Caught. Pat Cummins to Kuldeep Yadav. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot Slog, mis-timed to mid off, by Finch.
48.1 Pat Cummins to Kuldeep Yadav. Short, wide outside off stump on the back foot cutting, missed to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Carey.
W 4 . 4 W .
IND: 281/9(RR 5.85)
47.6 Jhye Richardson to Jasprit Bumrah. Length ball, off stump on the front foot glancing, well timed to fine leg for no runs, fielded by Zampa.
Shami goes! Another one which sticks in the surface and the pacer chips on to extra cover. Ninth wicket down for India. The end is near.
47.5 OUT! Caught. Jhye Richardson to Mohammed Shami. Slower ball short, outside off stump on the back foot cutting, mis-timed in the air uncontrolled to cover, by Cummins.
Shami means business today. He is keeping the crowd interested here. Can he put some pressure on the Aussies?
47.4 FOUR! Jhye Richardson to Mohammed Shami. Slower ball back of a length, outside off stump on the front foot Slog, well timed in the air under control past deep mid wicket for 4 runs.
47.3 Jhye Richardson to Mohammed Shami. Full toss, off stump on the front foot driving, mis-timed to extra cover for no runs, fielded by Stoinis.
He does not pick the slower one and offers a simple catch to mid-on. A tame end to a scratchy innings for the left-hander. This could be it for India. Australia are in firm control of the proceedings. They have been for a while.
47.2 FOUR! Jhye Richardson to Mohammed Shami. Short, outside off stump on the back foot hooking, thick edge in the air uncontrolled past fine leg for 4 runs.
47.1 OUT! Caught. Jhye Richardson to Ravindra Jadeja. Slower length ball, to leg on the front foot Slog, mis-timed in the air uncontrolled to mid on, by Maxwell.
India need to score at 14 runs per over in their next three overs. Not an impossible task. However, they have only Jadeja to do all the heavy-lifting.
1 . 6 . 2 1
IND: 273/7(RR 5.81)
46.6 Glenn Maxwell to Ravindra Jadeja. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the front foot pushing, to point for 1 run, fielded by Cummins.
46.5 Glenn Maxwell to Ravindra Jadeja. Off break back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot working, to deep mid wicket for 2 runs, fielded by Stoinis.
A much needed six for India. Jadeja finally latches on to an over-pitched delivery. This game is not over yet.
46.4 Glenn Maxwell to Ravindra Jadeja. Off break back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot cutting, to point for no runs, fielded by Cummins.
46.3 SIX! Glenn Maxwell to Ravindra Jadeja. Quicker length ball, off stump on the front foot slog sweeping, well timed in the air under control over deep mid wicket for 6 runs.
46.2 Glenn Maxwell to Ravindra Jadeja. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the back foot pushing, to silly mid off for no runs, fielded by Maxwell.
46.1 Glenn Maxwell to Kuldeep Yadav. Off break length ball, outside off stump on the back foot working, to square leg for 1 run, fielded by Handscomb.
Just three runs from the Richardson over. Things are looking bleaker for India with every over.