Australia batting first scored 330 runs. David Warner scored 122 while Mitchell Marsh scored 102. Indian in reply started well as Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma built a 123 run partnership. Dhawan hammering Australian bowler scored 78 off 56 balls.
Dhawan played seven fours and three boundaries. But, his explosive batting come to an end when Shaun Marsh took a stunning catch in the middle of the cover and deep mid wicket.
After his departure Virat Kohli also got out; scoring just eight runs off 11 balls.
The catch Marsh took was reminiscent of a classic catch taken by John Dyson against India of Sachin Tendulkar. However, India’s flow of runs did not stop as Rohit Sharma scored 99 before caught behind the wicket by Matthew Wade. Meanwhile, Manish Pandey scored a quickfire hundred that helped India to win the match.
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