Team India Creates an Unwanted Record After Losing to Australia in 4th ODI 2019 in Mohali

It was yesterday that the Indian team lost to Australia by four wickets in Mohali despite putting up a mammoth score of 358 runs. The hosts had quite a great time with the bat as they were seen hitting all over the park. Openers Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma were blazing guns ae the duo gave a solid start to India. Dhawan scored 143 runs from 115 balls whereas Sharma made 95 runs from 92 balls. Rest of the team joined the party as they too were seen hitting big but could not stay longer on the field. Despite having a huge total on the board, India lost the game by four wickets. Rishabh Pant Trolled After His Dismal Performance Behind the Stumps DurIng Ind vs Aus 4th ODI, Fans Miss MS Dhoni.

With the loss, the team scripted an unwanted record as this was the first time that they lost the game despite scoring more than 350 runs on the board in their first innings. So far, India has scored 350 plus runs 27 times in the history and it was the 24th time that the team has done it while batting first. The hosts could no maintain their unbeaten streak and lost the game for the first time. There were a few more records broken as Usman Khwaja and Peter Handscomb scored the highest third-wicket partnership against India in India. IND vs AUS 4th ODI Video Highlights: Ashton Turner, Peter Handscomb Help Australia Chase Down Record 359.

It was Yuzvendra Chahal who leaked the most amount of runs snapping one wicket. The leggie gave away 80 runs from 10 overs. Jasprit Bumrah snapped three wickets from 8.5 overs after giving away 63 runs. Bhuvneshwar Kumar got one wicket and gave away 67 runs.

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