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Virat Kohli lists the turning point where team India lost their 4th ODI against Australia

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 11 March 2019, 11:59 IST
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India vs Australia, 4th ODI, Mohali: The fourth ODI between team India and Australia became a horrible night for Indian cricket fans. Even after the great performance by opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan by hitting his highest score in ODI 143 runs and set the target of 359 runs to Australia, team India lost the match.

The team Australia chased down their biggest score ever in the ODI cricketing history and levelled the 5 matches ODI series with 2-2. Now the series winner will be decided on 13th March in the final match between Australia and India in Delhi. The skipper of team India, Virat Kohli was quite disappointed with the worst fielding and also the DRS (Decision Review System) system.


Post the match Virat Kohli said, "The DRS call was a bit of surprise for all of us and it's becoming a more of a talking point every game. It's just not consistent at all, that was a game-changing moment,"

“The decider is going to be cracker of a game. “We’ve had two eye-openers in two games. We can’t take anything for granted. We have to work hard. This loss is definitely going to hurt and hurt the right way. We got to come up with more intensity and passion in the next game to try and win the series,” Virat Kohli added.


Let us tell you that when in 44th over Ashton Turner was batting on 41 runs at that time third umpire called him not out. The wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant took the catch of Ashton Turner but the on-field umpire denied it. Later Kohli appealed to the third umpire with DRS but even third umpire called him not out. It made the match to lost the game for team India.

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First published: 11 March 2019, 11:59 IST