India vs Australia 2019: Watch – Mohali Crowd Urges Virat Kohli to Call MS Dhoni After Rishabh Pant’s Mistakes
The fourth ODI between Indian National Cricket team and Australia saw the host making four changes to their playing XI. Among which the inclusion of Rishabh Pant was obvious after batting Sanjay Bangar revealed that they would rest MS Dhoni after the third game. However, Pant had a woeful game with the gloves which took the game away from the jaws of Virat Kohli & Co.
Meanwhile, Australia made a comeback at Mohali to pull one back in the five-match series. They continued their winning run as they beat Indian National Cricket team twice in a row to level the series at 2-2. However, the main reason for their loss was sloppy fielding as they missed catches at crucial junctures and gave away easy singles. Virat Kohli & Co need to pull up their socks; otherwise, this will hurt them badly in the upcoming World Cup.
The game witnessed a few crucial wicket-keeping errors from young Rishabh Pant which took the game away. As a result, the fans present at the Mohali stadium urged skipper Virat Kohli to bring in MS Dhoni while the former was fielding at the boundary ropes.
“Virat bhai, Dhoni ko bulao (call Dhoni),” a fan said in the video>
Watch the video here:
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Meanwhile, the visiting team produced a stunning comeback to level the series 2-2 from 2-0 down. The batsmen made a strong comeback which changed the outlook of the whole team. Chasing a mammoth target of 359 runs, a massive 202-run third-wicket partnership between Usman Khawaja and Peter Handscomb set the tone for Australia. Ashton Turner, who replaced Marcus Stoinis in the playing XI, made full use of the opportunity to play a match-winning knock of 84 runs from just 43 deliveries including five fours and six sixes to steal the tie away from the Indian National Cricket team.
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