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06 March 2019, 12:28 | Tracey Rhodes
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Marcus Stoinis threatened to drag Australia to victory but fellow allrounder Vijay Shankar proved a consummate closer in Nagpur, where India won a final-over ODI thriller by eight runs. Shankar and Jarprit Bumrah claimed two wickets each. In the past, he has broken many records and, recently, in the second ODI against Australia that is being played in Nagpur, Kohli once again broke a few records.
Kohli, hit 10 fours in his 120-ball knock and held anchor on a track that appeared to aid bowlers, after Australian captain Aaron Finch elected to bat in the day-night game.
Virat Kohli, invited to bat first in the topsy-turvy clash that handed the hosts a 2-0 lead in the five-match series, scored 116 as India were bowled out for 250 in 48.2 overs. "Not typical of the kind of pitches you get here, doesn't look like it will bounce much", said Kohli.
"We've still got quite a lot of cricket before the World Cup but I honestly think it's in a really good place". India lost Rohit Sharma for the duck and then Shikhar Dhawan for 21 runs.
Kohli was the standout with the bat, as he so often is, bringing up his ton from 107 balls when he smashed Coulter-Nile (1-52) for four and sharing half-century stands with Shankar (46) and Ravindra Jadeja (21), before he was caught off a Cummins slower ball towards the death.
India got off to a poor start losing Rohit (0) cheaply but Kohli staged a lone battle to single-handedly steer India to a respectable total on the board.
It was Stoinis who had kept the visitors in hunt as he resisted the unrelenting Indian attack with aplomb and added 47-runs for the sixth wicket with Alex Carey (22).
Kuldeep, who was the most impressive bowler on show, was taken to cleaners by the two Aussies who creamed off 15 runs in the 43rd over to ease some pressure.
Dhoni was last dismissed for a first-ball duck in 2010 which was also against Australia at Vishakhapatnam. The left-arm wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav claimed three for 54 while Jasprit Bumrah took two wickets and conceded only 29 runs from his 10 overs before Shankar sealed the victory.
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