Terrific comeback from India! At 175-1 in the 33rd over, you would have surely felt that Australia are on course for another big total but that was not to be. After the centurion, Khawaja departed, the Australians lost their way completely. They lost 5 wickets for the next 50 runs and during that period the run rate also slowed down.
Earlier, Australian opener Usman Khawaja 100 made his second century of his career. With his partner Captain Aaron Finch, Khwaja gave Australia a good start. Earlier, both of them were dangerous, Ravindra Jadeja made Aaron Finch cleaner (27) in 14.3 overs.
After this, Usman Khawaja shared a 99-run partnership with Peter Handscomb (100) for the second wicket. Meanwhile, he also scored the second century of his career, but after scoring a hundred, he got his catch Virat Kohli on the ball of Bhuvneshwar Kumar. The first century also was made by Khwaja during the third one-day in this series against India.
After this, the Australian team is constantly lost his wickets. Maxwell was also dismissed by Jadeja and caught by Virat Kohli. In the 36.2 overs, Australia's fourth wicket fell as Peter Hadescomb.
Hadescomb. Mohammed Shami was caught by Rishabh Pant on 52 off 60 balls. Then, Ashton Turner, the fourth one-day hero, also got Kuldeep Yadav caught at the boundary on Jadeja's arm to make a big score. In the 44.2 overs, Marcus Stonis (20) then again Alex Carrie (3) was out in 45.5 overs.
Pat Cummins was the eighth Australian player to be out. Bhuvaneshwar Kumar made him c&b in dramatic style. Fast bowler Zayy Richardson made 29 runs in 21 balls. He was the last Australian player to be out.