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IND vs AUS Match Result 

- India vs Australia 2019 4th ODI
India 358/9 (50.0 ov)
Australia 359/6 (47.5 ov)
Australia won by 4 wickets
Player of the match: Ashton Turner
BATSMAN
R
B
4s
6s
SR
84
43
5
6
195.35
0
0
0
0
0
BOWLER
OV
M
R
W
ECO
8.5
0
63
3
7.13
9
0
67
1
7.44
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That's it from us at Sportskeeda. Thanks for joining us today. From trailing 0-2 after the first two matches, Australia have fought back impressively to level the series 2-2. The stage is all set for the decider. Do join us on Wednesday afternoon for the final ODI at Delhi. 
Player of the Match Ashton Turner: Really lost for words, turned up to the ground and Stonis was doing a fitness test. Thought I'd be running drinks, but last minute to transition my mind from not playing to play. I had a lot of opportunities to hit the ball, given the chance. Not every day you play this well as a team, was a great game, very fortunate to come out the right side. Batting is a lot of fun, there were a few close calls, I know I didn't nick the one that went upstairs, but heart was racing. Few drop catches, very fortunate. It doesn't always happen. Haydos (Hayden) has been great to me, privileged to get my cap from him, still nervous standing up and talking to him. He's spent a lot of time with me in the nets, was a brilliant player of spin bowling. He's a legend, great to sit down and chat with him. Nice to hear good words from him. Try my best to watch ball closely against spin, easier to watch than not watch it.
Australia captain Aaron Finch: I thought the partnership between Usman (Khawaja) and Peter (Handscomb) was crucial. The wicket was good, so we weren't panicking. The plan was to take the game as deep as we could. Ashton (Turner) playing his second game and playing a match-winning knock was wonderful. We have seen him do that in Big Bash and to take on two of the best-death bowlers in the world was outstanding.
India captain Virat Kohli: The wicket remained good throughout the game. It was very difficult to bowl in the end, Ashton's (Turner) innings was the game-changer. Last game, we were told there would be dew and we were at the wrong end. They played better cricket, they deserved to win. We had to get the fifth bowler out of the way, so we wanted to get done with it first and it could have been even more difficult for them to bowl with the wet ball later on. It became too wet to bowl, it was very difficult to bowl in the right areas. We were sloppy in the field and should've grabbed our chances. The opportunities slipped away and so was the game. (The series decider) is going to be cracker of a game, we've had two eye-openers in two games. We have to work hard and we got to come up with more intensity and passion in the next game.
Time for the presentation ceremony. 
A massive win for Australia here. Don't forget the running between the wickets, it was spot on! This is Australia's highest successful chase against the men in blue and it's the 26-year-old Turner who stayed unbeaten on 84* off 43 balls to help his side level the series 2-2. That's it from Sayantan. Our man Ram will join you for the post-match presentation. 
That smile from Dhawan! Carey offers an easy catch!
47.2 Jasprit Bumrah to Alex Carey. Short, outside off stump on the back foot pushing, to backward point for 1 run, fielded by Chahal.
A leg-bye for four. Game over for India! Australia need 4 runs now from 17 balls.
47.1 Jasprit Bumrah to Alex Carey. Length ball, to leg on the front foot glancing, hit pad past fine leg for 4 runs.
Over 47 AUS: 351/5(RR 7.47) Bowler: B Kumar Summary: 6 2 4 1 4 1 |
46.6 Bhuvneshwar Kumar to Alex Carey. Length ball, down leg side on the front foot working, to square leg for 1 run, fielded by Chahal.
8 needed off 18 now. 64 runs have been scored in the last 24 balls. Did someone say EA Cricket?
46.5 FOUR! Bhuvneshwar Kumar to Alex Carey. Full toss, down leg side backing away flick, well timed past deep backward square leg for 4 runs.
46.4 Bhuvneshwar Kumar to Ashton Turner. Full toss, outside off stump on the front foot driving, mis-timed in the air uncontrolled to mid off for 1 run, dropped catch by Dhawan.
46.3 FOUR! Bhuvneshwar Kumar to Ashton Turner. Short, outside off stump moves in front pulling, in the air under control past deep square leg for 4 runs.
Six and a miss now! Oh Jadhav! He was all over the place. It was a mis-hit but Jadhav goofs up at deep mid-wicket.
46.2 Bhuvneshwar Kumar to Ashton Turner. Slower ball back of a length, outside off stump on the front foot pulling, mis-timed in the air uncontrolled to deep mid wicket for 2 runs, dropped catch by Jadhav.
46.1 SIX! Bhuvneshwar Kumar to Ashton Turner. Length ball, outside off stump moves in front driving, well timed in the air under control over long on for 6 runs.
Over 46 AUS: 333/5(RR 7.24) Bowler: J Bumrah Summary: 2 2 4 lb 6 1 |
45.6 Jasprit Bumrah to Ashton Turner. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot Steer, to third man for 1 run, fielded by Yadav.
Everything is coming off well for Turner here. It was a quick delivery and the batter used the extra pace of Bumrah. A scoop over fine-leg for a SIX!
45.5 SIX! Jasprit Bumrah to Ashton Turner. Length ball, wide outside off stump moves in front Scoop, well timed in the air under control over fine leg for 6 runs.
45.4 Jasprit Bumrah to Alex Carey. Yorker, down leg side on the back foot glancing, hit pad to gully for 1 run, fielded by Pant.
Did you see the running there? That's how you put pressure on the fielding side. They ran two. And this single bring up the fifty-run partnership off just 28 deliveries. 
45.3 FOUR! Jasprit Bumrah to Alex Carey. Back of a length, outside off stump backing away driving, past deep backward point for 4 runs.
45.2 Jasprit Bumrah to Alex Carey. Length ball, outside off stump backing away driving, mis-timed to point for 2 runs, fielded by Chahal.
45.1 Jasprit Bumrah to Alex Carey. Back of a length, outside off stump backing away pushing, to cover for 2 runs, fielded by Shankar.
Over 45 AUS: 317/5(RR 7.04) Bowler: B Kumar Summary: 1 lb 6 4 2 6 |