Australia tour of India, 3rd ODI: India v Australia at Mohali, Oct 19, 2013
Australia won by 4 wickets (with 3 balls remaining)
19 October 2013 - day/night match (50-over match)

1.30pm The Australian team jogs out, Shikhar and Rohit walk out to the middle.

ramesh: "Though boasting an explosive batting line-up, India are playing one batsman short, and it could prove crucial if they lose early wickets."

Jiten Surtani: "With all due respect to Sehwag and his fans, it is still strange that with the kind of starts the current openers are giving us, people still want Sehwag back knowing how inconsistent his aggressiveness can bring !"

Mitchell Johnson has the ball in hand. Two slips in place. Rohit taking strike.

1.25pm Not quite a packed house in Mohali yet, in fact a long way from a packed house, but here's reader Ravdeep Mehta's explanation for that: "Reasons why there is poor crowd mostly in Mohali...1. Only one ticket counter is there@stadium and that too is open in staggered shifts between 10 and 4 pm....2. Lower denomination tickets are not available through bank or online websites....3. Late November to Early Jan is the ONLY ideal time to play weather-wise else its hot in afternoon atleast...."

Shashank: "I remember that match very well Sachin getting out on 99 and India eventually lost the match in the final over. Although there is one more thing to mention here last time Rohit played here against England he scored a half century as an opener for the first time eventually getting out to a bad decision against the run of play." And the last time Shikhar Dhawan played international cricket here, he announced himself to the world in spectacular fashion.

1.20pm Uwaisul Karnain: "Indian batting lineup has 2 major challenges today. Apart from putting up a significant score for their ordinary bowling lineup to defend under difficult bowling conditions, no Indian batsmen have scored an ODI hundred at this venue." Good spot that, the highest score by an Indian batsman is a 99 by SRT back in November 2007.

And in news just coming in Pradeep Sangwan has been banned for 18 months after failing a drug test earlier this year.

Here's what the BCCI release says: "The Tribunal has found that the Player has committed an Anti-Doping Violation under Article 2.1 of the Code for the presence of the Prohibited Substance Stanozolol, an Anabolic Steroid.

The Tribunal has declared the player ineligible for a period of 18 months, commencing on 6 May 2013 and expiring at midnight on 5 November 2014, from participating in any capacity in any event or activity (other than authorised anti-doping education or rehabilitation programmes) or competition authorised, organised or sanctioned by the BCCI or any of the other bodies referred to in Article 10.10.1 of the Rules."

1.10pm Ravdeep Mehta: "Being a Mohalian, I take over unofficial/undesignated mantle of being weatherman/reporter....Weather is fine though Winter has not really set in...Its certainly going to be moderately hot till 3 pm...Evenings would be cooler though...So don't expect full house in first innings atleast!!" Even though India are batting first Ravdeep.

Swapnil R: "I'd say Dhoni is quite a lenient captain, he seems to have made a decision - he won't drop Ishant unless he does a Mick Lewis (concede more than 100 in his 10-over spell)!"

Shashank: "An unchanged team means a lot of comments will pour in asking why Ashwin and Ishant have been given yet another chance. Embrace yourself Siddarth!!" I'll go as far as bracing myself.

Aditya: "Now is the time when we should look forward to the 2015 WC, and put ourselves in all kinds of messy situations like bowling first and playing Vinay Kumar"

1.00pm Australia win the toss again. Australia will bowl. Bailey: "It could be a really hard ground to defend here. No changes to the team."

Dhoni: "We are playing with the same side. We were looking to bowl first because of the dew factor. Still, it is good as the bowlers will get some experience (with dealing with dew). The grass in the track means the ball will come onto the bat."

Dhoni says that the rule change which allows only four fielders outside the circle is a big factor behind the big chases we are saying. Also, gives T20 some of the credit for that.

Hrithik N: "Looks like Australia read about S.Rajesh's article about Kohli in chases."

12.55pm Five minutes to go for the toss.

Nikhil: "When everyone keeps talking about players who deserve an entrance into the side (Mishra, Rahane, etc.), I keep thinking about Manoj Tiwary in addition to those two. Is he still injured, what's his status?" Yes, he'll be out at least for two more months.

Vivek: "I think everyone has forgotten the recently concluded champions trophy which the indian bowlers dominated from start to end with pretty much the same bowling attack....gosh this short term memory loss..."

Joy Bajaj: "@Sabareesh - The problem is with Dhoni since he doesn't make changes to playing XI easily. He rates Ashwin & Ishant very very highly and any change in those is almost impossible. He doesn't look beyond certain non-performing players in favour of performing ones."

Sundar: "The last time India played against Australia in this ground, Oz defended 250. So am hoping this wont be a run-fest, or in Shastri's words, a "beauty".."

Do you agree with Narbavi: "Unadkat deserves a go ahead of Ishant, the guy has received so many chances and goes at more than 7 an over most of the time, will be handy even if Unadkat can save 10 of those runs."

Or with Piyush Jindal: "I think it is a blessing in disguise that as long as we are playing on flat tracks Unadkat and Shami are not given any games.Their confidence could take a serious beating on such pitches."

12.45pm Akash Singhal doesn't rate India's bowling much: "If the Indian wickets are also made to support the bowlers, it can turn out to be disaster for Indian team, as their bowlers are no match for the Australian attack. With batting friendly wickets, atleast it remains a contest between equals!"

Neither does Chintan: "I think India should chase irrespective of the pitch and conditions. With the quality of bowlers they have, they just don't know what total can be a safe one."

Sabareesh isn't the only reader asking for this change: "Hoping to mishra getting a chance in this match! Picked 18 wickets in the last tour and outstanding in IPL, but still has not been considered in playing 11. Wish he will get his change now as the lead spinner."

Jyothi isn't sparing a thought for the bowlers: "It's about 12.10 am in San Jose, CA and am eagerly waiting for this match. Hope Mohali has a run-fest in store for all the night-watchers like me :) All the best India!"

12.30pm Aditya: "2am in Canada and waiting for this match... even though my fav player is not playing #sehwag #beast hope to see him in indian colours soon!" Sehwag is not just not playing here, he isn't getting match time in the Duleep Trophy final either as the wet weather continues to hold up play on the third day.

How good is Virat Kohli in chases? S Rajesh has the numbers to show Kohli is up there with the best.

Here's what George Bailey had to say ahead of the game about the tracks so far: "It's hard to know what motivates bowlers on these wickets. I would like to see a little bit more help for the bowlers if they bend their backs, and a little bit for the spinners." If you were a bowler, how would you motivate yourself on these tracks?

12.15pm Ankur Chaturvedi: "Hello and welcome to the contest between Indian and Australian batsmen to see who can score most runs in the limited number of balls."

Thanks to our reader Ankur for writing the intro to the comms for this game, though the grass on the track in Mohali suggests this game should provide more of an even contest between the bat and ball. Doubt the bowlers will (can?) have as bad a time as they had in Jaipur.

The Sharmas have had a contrasting time in limited-overs cricket in recent months. Here's Abhishek Purohit's take on Rohit Sharma's long overdue century and Ishant Sharma's ineffectiveness with new ball and old.

As for the match coming up, here's Devashish Fuloria's written preview and here's one in video.

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0.1

Johnson to RG Sharma, 1 wide, starts with the sort of ball that inspired the famous Mitchell Johnson song about bowling to the left and bowling to the right, way outside off stump

0.1

Johnson to RG Sharma, no run, this is the sort of ball that makes Mitchell Johnson such a dangerous bowler, a yorker swinging towards off stump that is squeezed out by Rohit

0.2

Johnson to RG Sharma, no run, pitched up and outside off, crisply driven towards cover by Rohit

0.3

Johnson to RG Sharma, no run, drops it shorter this time, above 90mph, just outside off, Rohit drops his wrists as he allows the ball through to the keeper

0.4

Johnson to RG Sharma, no run, short and quick, 91.5mph, over the stumps, Rohit sways out of the line of that one

0.5

Johnson to RG Sharma, 1 wide, wide down the leg side

0.5

Johnson to RG Sharma, no run, length ball on off stump, Rohit gets forward and defends

Umpire C Shamsuddin is standing in his first ODI today.

0.6

Johnson to RG Sharma, no run, length ball on the pads, Rohit can't get bat on it, off the pads towards the leg side

Jose: "@ Uwaisul Karnain. There is one more challenge for THIS particular Indian team. In normal conditions itself our bowlers' effectiveness is questionable. When bowling second at Mohali, dew will make it tough for our spinners."

End of over 1 (2 runs) India 2/0 (RR: 2.00)

    • RG Sharma 0 (6b)
    • S Dhawan 0 (0b)
    • MG Johnson 1-0-2-0

Clint McKay gets the other new ball

1.1

McKay to Dhawan, 4 leg byes, starts with one down the leg side, off the pads and past Haddin for four leg-byes

1.2

McKay to Dhawan, FOUR, what a shot to get off the mark with, hardly any follow-through as he punched that between mid-off and extra cover, not too much wrong with the delivery from McKay, the outfield is superfast here as well

1.3

McKay to Dhawan, no run, swings and misses this time, a length ball outside off that Dhawan wants to sends through the cover, beaten

1.4

McKay to Dhawan, FOUR, four more, this time there was plenty wrong with the delivery, on the pads with a packed off-side field, easily tucked to the square-leg boundary

1.5

McKay to Dhawan, no run, just outside off stump, 133kph, left alone by Dhawan

1.6

McKay to Dhawan, OUT, Australia conceded 176 before getting their first wicket in the previous match, this time they get it much quicker, McKay has a knack for getting wickets, and he sends back Dhawan with a back of length ball angling across, Dhawan nicks it through to the keeper, there's a confident appeal, the umpire Shamsuddin was unmoved, but Dhawan had started to walk, it was only then that the umpire raised his finger

S Dhawan c †Haddin b McKay 8 (8m 6b 2x4 0x6) SR: 133.33

End of over 2 (12 runs) India 14/1 (RR: 7.00)

    • RG Sharma 0 (6b)
    • CJ McKay 1-0-8-1
    • MG Johnson 1-0-2-0
2.1

Johnson to RG Sharma, no run

2.2

Johnson to RG Sharma, no run, inside-edge and that rolls towards the off side

2.3

Johnson to RG Sharma, 1 leg bye, off the pads and behind square leg

2.4

Johnson to Kohli, no run, short of length ball on off stump, defended solidly to the off side

2.5

Johnson to Kohli, no run, full and wide outside off, 144.5kph, punched off bended knees towards point, cleanly hit but not placed well enough to beat point

2.6

Johnson to Kohli, no run, good tight line from Johnson, keeps it on off stump, Kohli gets behind the line and defends

End of over 3 (1 run, maiden) India 15/1 (RR: 5.00)

    • V Kohli 0 (3b)
    • RG Sharma 0 (9b)
    • MG Johnson 2-1-2-0
    • CJ McKay 1-0-8-1
3.1

McKay to RG Sharma, no run, this was full and wide outside off and he safely leaves it alone

3.2

McKay to RG Sharma, no run, too wide outside the off stump and he leaves it alone

3.3

McKay to RG Sharma, no run, fullish in length on the off stump and he gets forward and defends

3.4

McKay to RG Sharma, FOUR, streaky! This one came back in very slightly and he reached out to drive and got an inside edge past the stumps, beats the keeper

3.5

McKay to RG Sharma, no run, this was a bit too wide and he cuts past backward point, third man was square and he cuts it off

3.6

McKay to RG Sharma, 2 runs

End of over 4 (6 runs) India 21/1 (RR: 5.25)

    • RG Sharma 6 (15b 1x4)
    • V Kohli 0 (3b)
    • CJ McKay 2-0-14-1
    • MG Johnson 2-1-2-0
4.1

Johnson to Kohli, FOUR, this was far too full and wide outside off, Johnson lost control of that, had to lean a long way across and drive it past cover, good shot

4.2

Johnson to Kohli, FOUR, this was class! Johnson aimed for the yorker, outside off, he only looked to dig it out and he middled it past cover point, raced away

4.3

Johnson to Kohli, no run, keeps it outside off and he safely leaves it alone

4.4

Johnson to Kohli, no run, this was close to the half volley and he mistimed it to the off side

4.5

Johnson to Kohli, no run, keeps it outside off and moves away and he safely leaves it alone

PRANAB KUMAR BISAI: "Why not playing Amit Mishra, Jaydev Unadkat & Mohammed Shami in place of Ashwin, Vinay Kumar & Ishant Sharma respectively........Is there any cricketing reasons for the same?

4.6

Johnson to Kohli, no run, solid in defense, he gets forward and defends

End of over 5 (8 runs) India 29/1 (RR: 5.80)

    • V Kohli 8 (9b 2x4)
    • RG Sharma 6 (15b 1x4)
    • MG Johnson 3-1-10-0
    • CJ McKay 2-0-14-1
5.1

McKay to RG Sharma, no run, stays beside the line and steers it towards point

5.2

McKay to RG Sharma, no run, hits a good length on the off stump and he stays back and defends

5.3

McKay to RG Sharma, 1 run, drifts this back in on a fuller length and he looks to drive and mistimes it to the leg side

5.4

McKay to Kohli, 1 run, this was beside the line and he angles it to third man

5.5

McKay to RG Sharma, no run, lands it outside off and moves away, he leaves it alone

5.6

McKay to RG Sharma, FOUR, poor delivery, short and wide outside off, had to really reach out and carve it over cover point

End of over 6 (6 runs) India 35/1 (RR: 5.83)

    • RG Sharma 11 (20b 2x4)
    • V Kohli 9 (10b 2x4)
    • CJ McKay 3-0-20-1
    • MG Johnson 3-1-10-0

Shane Watson takes over from Johnson

6.1

Watson to Kohli, no run, starts with a back of a length ball on off stump, 126kph, defended towards square leg

6.2

Watson to Kohli, no run, angling in towards middle and off, length ball is blocked down the track off the front foot

6.3

Watson to Kohli, 1 wide, down the leg side, there were faint cries of 'catch it,' but only to perhaps distract the umpire from calling it a wide

6.3

Watson to Kohli, no run, short of length ball angling in, pushed towards midwicket

6.4

Watson to Kohli, 1 run, length ball just outside off, nudged towards midwicket for a quick single

6.5

Watson to RG Sharma, no run, shorter this time, stylishly pushed towards point

6.6

Watson to RG Sharma, OUT, Watson gets a wicket in his first over, Rohit is gone cheaply, the short ball bounced more than Rohit expects, he goes for the pull but that is a top edge that swirls towards the keeper and slip, Aaron Finch takes the catch and Australia already have more wickets than they did in the Jaipur ODI

RG Sharma c Finch b Watson 11 (33m 22b 2x4 0x6) SR: 50.00

End of over 7 (2 runs) India 37/2 (RR: 5.28)

    • V Kohli 10 (14b 2x4)
    • SR Watson 1-0-2-1
    • CJ McKay 3-0-20-1
7.1

McKay to Kohli, no run, length ball heading for the pads, worked in front of square leg

7.2

McKay to Kohli, no run, that nips in a bit after pitching outside off, Kohli allows the ball through to the keeper and that ball wasn't too far from off stump

7.3

McKay to Kohli, FOUR, cracking shot from Kohli, lashes this through cover for four, showing the sort of form he is in

7.4

McKay to Kohli, no run, outside off, allows this one through to the keeper

7.5

McKay to Kohli, no run, shorter this time, Kohli pushes this back towards the bowler off the backfoot

7.6

McKay to Kohli, no run, well outside off, Kohli isn't interested in chasing that one this early in the innings

End of over 8 (4 runs) India 41/2 (RR: 5.12)

    • V Kohli 14 (20b 3x4)
    • SK Raina 0 (0b)
    • CJ McKay 4-0-24-1
    • SR Watson 1-0-2-1
8.1

Watson to Raina, 1 run, short and well outside off, reaches out and pokes that towards point

8.2

Watson to Kohli, FOUR, Watson tries the short stuff again, Kohli isn't afraid to pull, connects well and that is another boundary

8.3

Watson to Kohli, FOUR, superb timing there from Kohli to bring up India's 50, that was pitched up on the pads, whipped off the back foot in front of square leg for four more

8.4

Watson to Kohli, 1 run, short of length ball just outside off, drops it towards square leg and gets a quick single

pansi: "This is tailor made for Project Raina to take shape, but can he resist the glory swipe over midwicket ????"

8.5

Watson to Raina, no run, well outside off, Raina happy to leave that to the keeper

8.6

Watson to Raina, FOUR, Raina places this perfectly, waits on the back foot and punches this past point for another boundary, that was just in front of a diving backward point, an expensive over from Watson and a confidence-building shot for Raina

kowshik reddy: "The greatest advantage of Kohli over other players is he gives respect to good deleveries."

End of over 9 (14 runs) India 55/2 (RR: 6.11)

    • SK Raina 5 (3b 1x4)
    • V Kohli 23 (23b 5x4)
    • SR Watson 2-0-16-1
    • CJ McKay 4-0-24-1
9.1

McKay to Kohli, FOUR, a glorious drive through cover from Kohli, holds the pose as well as he crunches that length ball through the off side, just past short cover

9.2

McKay to Kohli, 1 run, another dirve, this time short cover gets a hand on it, and it's only a single

9.3

McKay to Raina, no run, defended towards the off side by Raina from the crease

9.4

McKay to Raina, no run, pitched up and outside off, driven off the front foot towards mid-off

9.5

McKay to Raina, no run, short of length ball on middle and leg, defends this towards mid-on

9.6

McKay to Raina, no run, on the pads once more, Raina watchfully tucks this towards midwicket

Mhonbemo: "It's a treat, pleasure and fun to watch Virat Kohli time the ball so well. He has changed and l0oks so matured in the past few months. Great temperament!"

Shakir Mohammed: "what Kohli does well and rohit sharma doesn't is take singles. rohit is more happy blocking the balls. thus takes a big toll on his run rate. kohli is more thorough cricketer who backs his shots with quick singles. the sooner kohli comes to the crease the faster the run rate picks. and he takes very few risks. Dawan and kohli if in the pitch together would go at a frenetic pace. Rohit has to start nudging singles."

End of over 10 (5 runs) India 60/2 (RR: 6.00)

    • SK Raina 5 (7b 1x4)
    • V Kohli 28 (25b 6x4)
    • CJ McKay 5-0-29-1
    • SR Watson 2-0-16-1
10.1

Johnson to Kohli, 1 run, Johnson returns with a 141kph delivery, pushed towards midwicket off the back foot

10.2

Johnson to Raina, 1 wide, sprays this down the leg side, nearly 144kph that

Expect plenty of short ball from Johnson to Raina.

10.2

Johnson to Raina, no run, back of length ball, 148.5kph, Raina was waiting on the back foot, looks to send that to the leg side but can't connect, he was looking to force that one, not just guide it

10.3

Johnson to Raina, no run, a leading edge this time, no real danger though it flies in the direction of cover, lands well short

10.4

Johnson to Raina, no run, looks cramped as he defends that off the back foot to the leg side

10.5

Johnson to Raina, no run, there's the Johnson short ball outside off, Raina was in no position to play the hook, he wafts at it (if an attempted hook can be called a waft), no connection

10.6

Johnson to Raina, 1 run, short of length ball form round the wicket, 147.8, Raina tucks this towards midwicket for a single

Rahul: "@Pansi - The "glory swipe over midwicket" is actually his bread and butter shot... He has accumulated tons of runs in that region..."

Adarsh Agarwal: "If SRT couldn't make a century on this pitch, there is something wrong with it. Remember."

End of over 11 (3 runs) India 63/2 (RR: 5.72)

    • SK Raina 6 (12b 1x4)
    • V Kohli 29 (26b 6x4)
    • MG Johnson 4-1-13-0
    • CJ McKay 5-0-29-1
11.1

McKay to Raina, 1 run, length ball on off stump from McKay, Raina gently pushes this towards mid-off and sets off for a well-judged single

Satish: "So some short ball facing training for Raina on..I guess it is the no.1 clause in Project Raina"

11.2

McKay to Kohli, 1 run, length ball on legstump, clipped behind square leg

11.3

McKay to Raina, no run, great-looking drive off the front foot from Raina, gets a good stride in as he punches that, can't beat the diving fielder at short cover

11.4

McKay to Raina, 3 runs, this time the placement is better, Raina not looking to power this one, just guides it towards sweeper cover after taking a step down the track, sends it just out of reach of point

11.5

McKay to Kohli, no run, shortish and on off stump, solid defence from Kohli

11.6

McKay to Kohli, no run, McKay grunts as he bowls the final ball of his sixth over, full and wide outside off, Kohli drives that towards cover but can't pierce the field

Umang: "@Adarsh: SRT couldnt make a century on this ground because it was that year when he loved 90s and couldnt make century in 10 other grounds!" How many 90s did Tendulkar have that time? Some seven?

End of over 12 (5 runs) India 68/2 (RR: 5.66)

    • V Kohli 30 (29b 6x4)
    • SK Raina 10 (15b 1x4)
    • CJ McKay 6-0-34-1
    • MG Johnson 4-1-13-0
12.1

Johnson to Raina, FOUR, pitched up and on the pads, Raina likes it there, eases this off the front foot to the midwicket boundary, well timed and this outfield is very quick

12.2

Johnson to Raina, 2 runs, a touch shorter this time, on legstump from round the wicket, Raina shuffles across and tucks that off his hip towards deep backward square leg

12.3

Johnson to Raina, 1 run, from over the wicket this time, Raina looks ungainly as he works this short one outside off towards deep square leg

Sam Roy: "Guys please use correct cricketing terms to describe cricket shots. It isn't "glory swipe through midwicket" rather it is "slog through midwicket"."

12.4

Johnson to Kohli, 1 run, length ball from round the wicket, only 132kph this time, defended towards the off side

Bhushan Trivedi: ""The gory swipe" is actually a poor version of the shot Gilchrist used to play. The two differences are, Gilchrist was able to time it better and he tends to play it little finer as well"

12.5

Johnson to Raina, OUT, the short ball has done the job, Raina goes for the pull but that flies off the toe end of the bat towards slip, Johnson has got the breakthrough Australia brought him back for

SK Raina c Watson b Johnson 17 (27m 19b 2x4 0x6) SR: 89.47

My colleague Amol Karhadkar tweets: "Suresh Raina falls short at No 4! #IndvsAus"

Lester: "Being a Mumbai Indian, don't know how good to feel when I see Johnson in Yellow bowling to Raina in Blue."

Here's the local hero, Yuvraj Singh

12.6

Johnson to Yuvraj Singh, OUT, golden duck for Yuvraj! that was 148.6 kph from Mitchell Johnson, back of a length ball just outside off, Yuvraj fishes at that one well away from his body, nicks it through to the keeper, Johnson showing again just how dangerous he is with the white ball in the subcontinent

Yuvraj Singh c †Haddin b Johnson 0 (1m 1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

Lester: "Being a Mumbai Indian, don't know how good to feel when I see Johnson in Yellow bowling to Raina in Blue."

End of over 13 (8 runs) India 76/4 (RR: 5.84)

    • V Kohli 31 (30b 6x4)
    • MG Johnson 5-1-21-2
    • CJ McKay 6-0-34-1
13.1

McKay to Kohli, no run, McKay bowling his seventh over here, starts with a length ball that is defended off the front foot

13.2

McKay to Kohli, 1 run, shortish and wide outside off, slapped towards sweeper cover for a single, think there was two there but Dhoni sends Kohli back, Dhoni seems to be having some trouble running here

Might be his ankle that is causing the problem, not sure though, he hared down for the single and nearly slipped as he was completing the first run, immediately he felt the pain. The trainer comes in to take a look, the umpires have called for drinks.

Stat genius Mohandas Menon tweets: "At Mohali in ODIs: Yuvraj Singh 49 runs in 5 inngs (ave 9.80). 2nd golden duck at Mohali (b Wahab Riaz in 2011) #IndvsAus"

Sohaib: "Mohali has something for Yuvraj about his golden ducks. Read Ind vs Pak WC 2011 Semi Final here."

Marcus: "The Barmy Army can sing what they like about Johnson but as I've always reckoned that anyone who can break Graham Smith's fingers not once, but twice can't be all bad." How loud will the Johnson-for-the-Ashes chorus get?

13.3

McKay to Dhoni, no run, Dhoni walks down the track and tucks the ball towards midwicket

13.4

McKay to Dhoni, no run, again Dhoni walks across the stumps, works the ball from outside off towards midwicket

13.5

McKay to Dhoni, no run, well outside off, length ball, Dhoni shoulders arms

13.6

McKay to Dhoni, no run, well outside off from McKay, Dhoni moves across towards the ball and defends it towards cover

End of over 14 (1 run) India 77/4 (RR: 5.50)

    • MS Dhoni 0 (4b)
    • V Kohli 32 (32b 6x4)
    • CJ McKay 7-0-35-1
    • MG Johnson 5-1-21-2

ramprasath and many others: "look at the stats of captain & vice captain. highest 183 avg 51.20 its amazing..."

Johnson is on a hat-trick.

14.1

Johnson to Kohli, 1 run, bowls this 144kph from round the wicket, worked towards midwicket

14.2

Johnson to Dhoni, no run, Johnson greets Dhoni with a 147kph bouncer on leg stump, Dhoni ducks under just in time

Ian: "I think Johnson's a certain starter the first test in the Ashes, but only because of the long list of injured Australian fast bowlers. Otherwise, he wouldn't stand a chance."

14.3

Johnson to Dhoni, no run, length ball on legstump, Dhoni goes back in the crease and nudges the ball towards square leg

Ajit: "I've always love Mitchell Johnson. We need more heroes like him, sometime superhuman, sometimes hapless, full of bad decisions with which delivery to bowl, which tattoos and haircuts to get, etc..."

14.4

Johnson to Dhoni, FOUR, short of length ball angling across, Dhoni steps forward and drives that powerfully past point for four, Dhoni is off the mark

14.5

Johnson to Dhoni, no run, fuller and on off stump, slower one as well, pushed towards mid-off by Dhoni

14.6

Johnson to Dhoni, 1 run, quick short ball from Johnson, aimed at Dhoni's ribcage, Dhoni gets back in the crease and works the ball behind square leg

Uwaisul Karnain: "How interesting this battle for the no. 4 spot in the Indian batting lineup turning out to be? Raina the new investment survived few hostile deliveries whereas the original choice Yuvi got a golden duck."

End of over 15 (6 runs) India 83/4 (RR: 5.53)

    • MS Dhoni 5 (9b 1x4)
    • V Kohli 33 (33b 6x4)
    • MG Johnson 6-1-27-2
    • CJ McKay 7-0-35-1
15.1

Faulkner to Dhoni, 1 run, pitched up, Dhoni takes a couple of paces down the track and flicks it for an ambled single

15.2

Faulkner to Kohli, 1 run, pitched up, turns it towards midwicket, Kohli wanted to push for two, Dhoni isn't interested

15.3

Faulkner to Dhoni, no run, full ball on middle from Faulkner, pushed back towards the bowler off the front foot

Cricket Man: "Please do not mention Mitchell Johnson as a Test player. He bowls fast and that's all, no thought behind it, no tactics, no stamina, bad body language, under achiever as a batsman, he's had his chance's and blew it, a huge step backwards if he's even considered for the Ashes."

15.4

Faulkner to Dhoni, no run, back of length ball, 130kph, just outside off, Dhoni defends it towards point

15.5

Faulkner to Dhoni, no run, fuller and that is tapped towards mid-off off the front foot

15.6

Faulkner to Dhoni, 1 run, opens the face as he guides the ball from a middle-stump line towards point

Faraaz: "Even though Sir Jadeja is considered an all rounder, I would be really worried if either of Dhoni or Kohli falls before the 30th over. The truth is that Jadeja is a decent bat but he's batting one position too high." Waiting for the three-triples mails.

End of over 16 (3 runs) India 86/4 (RR: 5.37)

    • MS Dhoni 7 (14b 1x4)
    • V Kohli 34 (34b 6x4)
    • JP Faulkner 1-0-3-0
    • MG Johnson 6-1-27-2
16.1

Doherty to Dhoni, no run, mild lbw appeal on the first ball from Doherty, from round the wicket, Dhoni was several yards down the track, that looked to be sliding down

16.2

Doherty to Dhoni, 1 run, drives it inside-out towards deep extra cover for a single

16.3

Doherty to Kohli, 1 run, shuffles towards leg and drives that towards long-off for one more

16.4

Doherty to Dhoni, no run, pushed back towards the bowler

16.5

Doherty to Dhoni, no run, length ball on middle and off, not much turn here for Doherty, more defence to the off side

16.6

Doherty to Dhoni, 1 run, fuller and on off stump, driven towards long-off for the third single of the over

Ian McGoulRick: "@Cricket Man: Who cares if selecting Johnson is a backward step? If he is able to bowl fast and furious bouncers on the Gabba wicket and trouble the Poms, should be good enough to win there!" Which other Aussie cricketer divides opinion as much as Johnson? Watson?

End of over 17 (3 runs) India 89/4 (RR: 5.23)

    • MS Dhoni 9 (19b 1x4)
    • V Kohli 35 (35b 6x4)
    • XJ Doherty 1-0-3-0
    • JP Faulkner 1-0-3-0
17.1

Faulkner to Dhoni, no run, goes deep in the crease and guides that behind point for a single

17.2

Faulkner to Dhoni, no run, full and outside off, crisply driven towards cover

17.3

Faulkner to Dhoni, no run, outside off and that is left alone

17.4

Faulkner to Dhoni, no run, short of length ball on middle and off, pushes it towards point, Dhoni nearly slips again as he is sent back when attempting a single

17.5

Faulkner to Dhoni, 2 runs, length ball on the pads, whipped towards for a quick couple

17.6

Faulkner to Dhoni, 1 run, fuller and outside off, eased towards extra cover

Jeff: "No, the cricketer that divides opinions more than Johnson is clearly Lyon."

Kavi: "With respect to the #4 slot for the WC in AUS/NZ India need to look carefully at Pujara and Rahane who have much better techniques for testing conditions and more likely to succeeed on seaming, quick pitches. For the WC in particular I think Raina and Yuvraj should only compete for the #5 spot"

End of over 18 (3 runs) India 92/4 (RR: 5.11)

    • MS Dhoni 12 (25b 1x4)
    • V Kohli 35 (35b 6x4)
    • JP Faulkner 2-0-6-0
    • XJ Doherty 1-0-3-0
18.1

Doherty to Dhoni, 1 run, on the pads, Dhoni takes several paces down the track and eases the ball towards long-on, easy single

donquicksort: "Doherty versus Sir Jadeja, would make for an awesome Dart match!"

18.2

Doherty to Kohli, 1 run, dropped, that was a very thick edge though and Haddin hasn't enough time to react, strikes his right pad , good delivery from Doherty that spins just a bit

18.3

Doherty to Dhoni, no run

18.4

Doherty to Dhoni, no run, works it to the right of the bowler

18.5

Doherty to Dhoni, no run, pushed back towards the bowler

18.6

Doherty to Dhoni, no run, opens the face as he drives that towards extra cover, end of a good over from Doherty

End of over 19 (2 runs) India 94/4 (RR: 4.94)

    • MS Dhoni 13 (30b 1x4)
    • V Kohli 36 (36b 6x4)
    • XJ Doherty 2-0-5-0
    • JP Faulkner 2-0-6-0
19.1

Faulkner to Kohli, 1 run, back of length ball on off stump, guided off the back foot towards third man

19.2

Faulkner to Dhoni, 1 run, pushes this towards extra cover for a single

Hitesh: "Agreed with Faraaz, I would still like a comeback of Irfan Pathan as a no 7 batsman, he is much more reliable batsman and better bowler" The Irfan Pathan fan brigade is back.

19.3

Faulkner to Kohli, no run, back of a length once more, waits in the crease for that legstump delivery, plays it to the off side

19.4

Faulkner to Kohli, 1 run, short ball and that is firmly pulled away towards deep square leg, well in control as he played that, taking care to keep the ball on the ground

R Ashwin: "Since everybody is throwing in their names for the No 4 spot, why not me.. Atleast i haven't scored a duck in a long time.."

19.5

Faulkner to Dhoni, no run, defended towards midwicket by Dhoni

19.6

Faulkner to Dhoni, 1 run, short of length ball on off stump, Dhoni stays in the crease and pushes that towards sweeper cover

Thyagarajan: "Raina doesn't like going to nightclubs or bars. Why ? Ans : They have Bouncers."

Paccha: "In last 6 overs....Virat played only 6 balls and Dhoni played remaining 30 balls..."

End of over 20 (4 runs) India 98/4 (RR: 4.90)

    • MS Dhoni 15 (33b 1x4)
    • V Kohli 38 (39b 6x4)
    • JP Faulkner 3-0-10-0
    • XJ Doherty 2-0-5-0
20.1

Doherty to Dhoni, no run, steps down the track, but defends back towards the bowler

20.2

Doherty to Dhoni, 1 run, fuller and on middle stump, worked towards long-on for a single

20.3

Doherty to Kohli, 1 run, length ball on legstump, Kohli goes deep in the crease and nudges this behind square leg to bring up the 100

20.4

Doherty to Dhoni, 2 runs, full and outside off, Dhoni reaches for that one and squeezes that towards deep point

20.5

Doherty to Dhoni, no run, fuller ball on middle stump, Dhoni stretches forward to reach the pitch of the ball, defended down the track

20.6

Doherty to Dhoni, 1 run, worked towards midwicket by Dhoni to end the over

Uwaisul Karnain: "The effects of that Faulkner high five in the first ODI seems to be gradually converting Brad Haddin to a Kamran Akmal!"

Vinod H Rajpal: ""Seeing this, i think; Sachin's 99 would be still the highest by any indian batsmen at mohali" Respect for Sachin!!!"

End of over 21 (5 runs) India 103/4 (RR: 4.90)

    • MS Dhoni 19 (38b 1x4)
    • V Kohli 39 (40b 6x4)
    • XJ Doherty 3-0-10-0
    • JP Faulkner 3-0-10-0
21.1

Faulkner to Dhoni, 1 run, short of length ball on off stump, opens the face as he sends the ball towards deep point

21.2

Faulkner to Kohli, no run, short of length ball on off stump, steered towards backward point

21.3

Faulkner to Kohli, 1 run, short of length ball on the pads, easy to tap that towards square leg

21.4

Faulkner to Dhoni, 1 run, a touch short and that is on leg stump, Dhoni helps that along towards deep backward square leg

Shankar: "Completely off-topic - It's great to see that teams aren't comfortable letting India chase anymore. Through the 90s and early 2000s, every opposition would love to ask India to chase"

21.5

Faulkner to Kohli, no run, solid in defence as that is pitched up by Faulkner

21.6

Faulkner to Kohli, no run, length ball is defended towards midwicket

ndian Cricket fan: "I dont understand people looking forward to No. 4 spot problem, although we have an option of Yuvi to play in that spot. Its good to have alternatives but at-least we have an option there. But what abt our fast bowling Dept. I cant see any one to be performing well except Bhuvi"

End of over 22 (3 runs) India 106/4 (RR: 4.81)

    • V Kohli 40 (44b 6x4)
    • MS Dhoni 21 (40b 1x4)
    • JP Faulkner 4-0-13-0
    • XJ Doherty 3-0-10-0
22.1

Doherty to Dhoni, 1 run, length ball on middle, Dhoni again taking a couple of paces down the track, eases the ball towards long-on

22.2

Doherty to Kohli, no run, solid forward-defensive towards cover

22.3

Doherty to Kohli, no run, fuller ball on middle, more defence, off the middle of the bat but there's loud lbw appeal

22.4

Doherty to Kohli, no run, Kohli skips down and unleashes a fierce straight drive, but Doherty manages to get a hand on that

22.5

Doherty to Kohli, 1 run, drives it inside-out towards long-off

22.6

Doherty to Dhoni, 1 run, too short from Doherty, but he gets away with it, Dhoni slaps that towards deep point

Ruchit Vachhrajani: "That is post Natwest Final at Lords. Sachin, Azhar, Jadeja or Robin Singh - someone will play well while chasing a big target, but India would never win the match... It is common now, but in that era - we still remember "That Kanitkar's four"..." And it was the Yuvraj-Dhoni combo that made India comfortable at chasing, around 2007-08 or so.

End of over 23 (3 runs) India 109/4 (RR: 4.73)

    • MS Dhoni 23 (42b 1x4)
    • V Kohli 41 (48b 6x4)
    • XJ Doherty 4-0-13-0
    • JP Faulkner 4-0-13-0
23.1

Watson to Dhoni, 1 run, Watson returns, on the pads, worked towards deep midwicket

23.2

Watson to Kohli, 2 runs, powerfully struck towards sweeper cover, Dhoni's leg doesn't seem to be giving him too much trouble as he races back for the second

23.3

Watson to Kohli, no run, short ball outside off, easy leave

23.4

Watson to Kohli, FOUR, down the leg side, easy for Kohli to put that away, just glances that past the keeper for four

23.5

Watson to Kohli, 1 run, length ball outside off, guided down towards third man for a single

23.6

Watson to Dhoni, no run, back of length ball outside off, defended towards point

A rare Raina supporter writes in. Sudharshan: "A couple of failures doesn't mean the player's career is over. Raina is the ideal no.4 batsman. He can take advantage of good starts and also can stabilize the innings and play the big shots later. He does a have a slight short ball weakness,but this IPL, he was hammering them. Just a matter of time before he becomes the next big thing"

Hussain: "Raina is scared of babies..why? Bcoz babies use Johnson n Johnson."

End of over 24 (8 runs) India 117/4 (RR: 4.87)

    • MS Dhoni 24 (44b 1x4)
    • V Kohli 48 (52b 7x4)
    • SR Watson 3-0-24-1
    • XJ Doherty 4-0-13-0
24.1

Doherty to Kohli, 1 run, full ball is driven towards long-on for an ambled single

24.2

Doherty to Dhoni, 1 run, sends this towards cow corner

24.3

Doherty to Kohli, 2 runs, the uber-consistent Kohli gets another half-century, waits on the back foot and chops that towards point

24.4

Doherty to Kohli, no run, waits for the ball to arrive and steers the ball towards backward point

24.5

Doherty to Kohli, 2 runs, full ball on the pads, whipped behind square leg

24.6

Doherty to Kohli, no run, on off and middle stump, Kohli backs away from the stumps and pokes the ball towards point

End of over 25 (6 runs) India 123/4 (RR: 4.92)

    • V Kohli 53 (57b 7x4)
    • MS Dhoni 25 (45b 1x4)
    • XJ Doherty 5-0-19-0
    • SR Watson 3-0-24-1
25.1

Watson to Dhoni, 2 runs, worked behind square leg for a couple, this time Dhoni seems to be limping a bit, not quite full recovered from that problem he picked up early in this innings

25.2

Watson to Dhoni, 2 runs, short and wide outside off, powered towards deep point to bring up the 50-run stand

25.3

Watson to Dhoni, 1 run, back of a length outside off, guided towards point

Aakash: "It amazes me that no one has mentioned Dhoni's name as a contender for no. 4 spot. He has enough experience and can be a perfect player in the middle order. Follow him up with yuvi at 5 and raina can be a finisher at 6."

25.4

Watson to Kohli, no run, length ball just outside off, defended towards cover off the front foot

25.5

Watson to Kohli, 1 run, short of length ball outside off, guided down towards third man for a single

25.6

Watson to Dhoni, 1 run, shortish ball outside off, pulled away towards deep square leg

Ruc: "Sudarshan.. Raina doesn't have a slight short ball problem he has a big one particularly outside sub continent.. And apart from that his shot selection is poor. Also he is vunerable to new moving ball.. All in all many flaws and far away from ideal # 4"

End of over 26 (7 runs) India 130/4 (RR: 5.00)

    • MS Dhoni 31 (49b 1x4)
    • V Kohli 54 (59b 7x4)
    • SR Watson 4-0-31-1
    • XJ Doherty 5-0-19-0
26.1

Doherty to Dhoni, 1 run, nearly gone there, Dhoni charges down thtrack and looks for the big hit towards long-on, thick inside-edge sends the ball towards short fine leg

26.2

Doherty to Kohli, no run, goes well back in the crease and defends to the right of the bowler, a diving stop from Doherty

26.3

Doherty to Kohli, FOUR, beautiful from Kohli, that inside-out shot that was such a feature of his hundred in Jaipur, making some room and lofts this on the up towards deep extra cover

26.4

Doherty to Kohli, no run, defended to the off side

26.5

Doherty to Kohli, 1 run, opens the face as he guides that towards point

26.6

Doherty to Dhoni, no run, length ball on middle and leg, defended to the leg side

Waleed: "@Aakash:-The problem is he himself doesn't want to. You see many chances for him to move up but he doesn't. He likes to bat in the last 10 overs and play the finisher's role. But I agree that he is a very good candidate for the #4 spot. He can be a beast. His experience,power,patience and determination are blended together,which make him different from Raina and Yuvraj."

Mahesh Panicker: "MSD can bat anywhere from one to 7 in that lineup. But he's the best finisher in world cricket, and is best suited to batting 5 or 6. He can produce the big hits when needed, and can be the insurance in a situation like today's. Raina or even Yuvraj do not fill one with the same kind of confidence for the latter role as MSD does."

End of over 27 (6 runs) India 136/4 (RR: 5.03)

    • MS Dhoni 32 (51b 1x4)
    • V Kohli 59 (63b 8x4)
    • XJ Doherty 6-0-25-0
    • SR Watson 4-0-31-1
27.1

Voges to Kohli, 1 run, Adam Voges starts with a juicy loopy full toss, he's really lucky that isn't put away, Kohli can only get a single towards sweeper cover

27.2

Voges to Dhoni, no run, a dart this time from Voges, defended off the front foot

27.3

Voges to Dhoni, 1 run, full and just outside off, driven towards long-off

27.4

Voges to Kohli, no run, full ball is carefully defended by Kohli

27.5

Voges to Kohli, 1 run, once again Voges gets away with a poor ball, that was quite short, plenty of time for Kohli to rock back and put it away, he slaps it towards deep extra cover

27.6

Voges to Dhoni, no run, flatter and fuller, tapped towards midwicket

End of over 28 (3 runs) India 139/4 (RR: 4.96)

    • MS Dhoni 33 (54b 1x4)
    • V Kohli 61 (66b 8x4)
    • AC Voges 1-0-3-0
    • XJ Doherty 6-0-25-0
28.1

Doherty to Kohli, 1 run, exposes the stumps as he backs away and cracks the ball towards point

28.2

Doherty to Dhoni, no run, the helmet comes off for Dhoni as two spinners are playing, defended off the back foot towards mid-off

28.3

Doherty to Dhoni, 1 run, clipped off the back foot towards square leg for a single

28.4

Doherty to Kohli, no run, sliding down the leg side, Kohli looking to clip that towards midwicket, misses and is hit on the pads

28.5

Doherty to Kohli, no run, a firm drive towards cover off the front foot

28.6

Doherty to Kohli, 1 run, defended towards cover for a single

Vinayak-Nadkarni: "I think, Inspite the highest chase in the last match, Indian batting order is not ideal. Firstly, Rohit is not a natural opener. He is much better when the platform is built. So bring in Rahane with Dhawan at the top, Rohit at No.4 and 5,6,7 can be shared between Raina,Yuvi & Dhoni. With due respect to Jadeja,.. sorry Sir Jadeja, he will not be much useful in Aus/NZ." Man of the Match in the final of Champions Trophy in England, though.

End of over 29 (3 runs) India 142/4 (RR: 4.89)

    • V Kohli 63 (70b 8x4)
    • MS Dhoni 34 (56b 1x4)
    • XJ Doherty 7-0-28-0
    • AC Voges 1-0-3-0

Here's Maxwell

29.1

Maxwell to Kohli, 1 run, way outside leg stump, worked towards midwicket, no time to come back for the second

29.2

Maxwell to Dhoni, 1 run, length ball from round the wicket, stays back in the crease and tucks the ball towards square leg

29.3

Maxwell to Kohli, FOUR, well outside off, Kohli has to stretch to reach that, it wasn't too short either, still Kohli waits on the back foot and powers that past cover for four

29.4

Maxwell to Kohli, OUT, and Maxwell has done it, the massive wicket of Kohli who is dismissed for 68, Kohli gets on the front foot initially, then gets back and looks to power the ball through off, outside off and a thin edge through to the keeper, Kohli is frustrated at having given it away, India's lower order has a big task on their hands now

V Kohli c †Haddin b Maxwell 68 (121m 73b 9x4 0x6) SR: 93.15

Here comes fan favourite Ravindra Jadeja.

29.5

Maxwell to Jadeja, 1 run, worked towards square leg for a single

29.6

Maxwell to Dhoni, 1 run, a single towards midwicket to end the over

End of over 30 (8 runs) India 150/5 (RR: 5.00)

    • MS Dhoni 36 (58b 1x4)
    • RA Jadeja 1 (1b)
    • GJ Maxwell 1-0-8-1
    • XJ Doherty 7-0-28-0
30.1

Doherty to Dhoni, no run, Dhoni rushes down the track and eases the ball towards mid-on

30.2

Doherty to Dhoni, no run, short ball but Dhoni can't put it away, mistimes it back towards the bowler

30.3

Doherty to Dhoni, 1 run, softly tucks this towards midwicket for a single

Harwal Singh: "It's "SIR" time!"

30.4

Doherty to Jadeja, 1 run, short of length on the pads, worked off the pads towards square leg

30.5

Doherty to Dhoni, no run, zipping towards off stump, shortish ball that, helped towards extra cover off the back foot

30.6

Doherty to Dhoni, 1 run, eased it past a diving Doherty, towards long-on for a single

Zaki: "In the meantime, Kohli is steadily going to become the fastest odi player to get 5000 runs. He now need 196 in next 2 innings to beat Sir Viv Richards!" That too in the lowe-scoring days of the 80s. Another reminder of what an awesome ODI player Viv was.

Saurabh: "With plenty of overs remaining this could be a chance for Jadeja to play a little longer innings than the team usually expects of him.I think he is a better nudger than a thwacker." Yes, big opportunity for Jadeja to show what he can do with the bat.

End of over 31 (3 runs) India 153/5 (RR: 4.93)

    • MS Dhoni 38 (63b 1x4)
    • RA Jadeja 2 (2b)
    • XJ Doherty 8-0-31-0
    • GJ Maxwell 1-0-8-1
31.1

Johnson to Dhoni, 1 run, length ball on middle and leg, driven towards mid-on

31.2

Johnson to Jadeja, no run, shortish ball on middle stump, Jadeja can't get bat on it as he looks to work that to the leg side

Neeraj: "Fan favourite Jadeja? How long? I even forgot to refer him as 'sir'."

One slip in place. Johnson from over the wicket.

31.3

Johnson to Jadeja, OUT, the Johnson bouncer gets another victim, speed and aggression from Johnson, Jadeja was looking to run that down towards fine leg, hits him on the gloves and the ball loops through to Haddin, superb bowling change from Bailey to attack the new batsman

RA Jadeja c †Haddin b Johnson 2 (9m 4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 50.00

Anthony: "Bloody hell, haven't any Indian batsmen played a bouncer before?"

31.4

Johnson to Ashwin, FOUR, short of length and outside off, Ashwin is seriously good playing the point towards point, he stylishly sends this away off the back foot past gully for four

31.5

Johnson to Ashwin, 1 wide, short ball down the leg side

31.5

Johnson to Ashwin, no run, shortish ball on off stump, Ashwin sways out of the line of that one

31.6

Johnson to Ashwin, 2 runs, short ball once more, awkward from Ashwin as he keeps that away, off the gloves and behind square leg

shridharan Ramamurthi: "Talking of Sir Richards and low scoring matches of the past,it has to be kept in mind there were no field restrictions those days.Remember Kirti Azad bowling around the wickets with 8 fielders on the leg side."

End of over 32 (8 runs) India 161/6 (RR: 5.03)

    • R Ashwin 6 (3b 1x4)
    • MS Dhoni 39 (64b 1x4)
    • MG Johnson 7-1-35-3
    • XJ Doherty 8-0-31-0
32.1

Doherty to Dhoni, no run, pitched up, on middle and leg, driven to the right of the bowler

32.2

Doherty to Dhoni, no run, flat, short of length ball that is angling towards legstump, defended

32.3

Doherty to Dhoni, 1 run, turns this towards midwicket, legstump ball that Dhoni delicately places on the leg side

32.4

Doherty to Ashwin, no run, carefully defended from the crease

Naz: "Whenever Bailey finds an indians batsman who's vulnerable against short of length balls throws the ball to johnson and he does the trick."

32.5

Doherty to Ashwin, no run, taps this back towards the bowler

32.6

Doherty to Ashwin, no run, guides this towards short fine leg, just one off that Doherty over

Nikunj: "And the search for all-rounder at No. 7 still continues for India..!!!"

End of over 33 (1 run) India 162/6 (RR: 4.90)

    • R Ashwin 6 (6b 1x4)
    • MS Dhoni 40 (67b 1x4)
    • XJ Doherty 9-0-32-0
    • MG Johnson 7-1-35-3
33.1

Johnson to Dhoni, FOUR, full and well outside off, slices it in front of point for four, superbly done by Dhoni, not much in terms of footwork but connects well

33.2

Johnson to Dhoni, 1 run, ooh, nearly carried all the way to the man at deep point, Dhoni seems to have decided it is time to hit out, he was looking to hit that over extra cover, sliced towards point, lands short of the man there

33.3

Johnson to Ashwin, no run, fuller and on middle and leg, defended back towards the bowler

33.4

Johnson to Ashwin, no run, slower one, 126.7kph, short of length and outside off, steered in front of point

33.5

Johnson to Ashwin, 1 run, short of length ball on legstump, not very well timed but he sends the ball towards midwicket

33.6

Johnson to Dhoni, no run, well-directed short ball to end the over, Dhoni ducks under it

sunny: "And just on the basis of 2 matches, people think that Jadeja is not a good allrounder and his batting is not that good.Should I remind some one that it was his batting in Champions trophy's final because of which India won and more over he is number 1 bowler in odi"

End of over 34 (6 runs) India 168/6 (RR: 4.94)

    • MS Dhoni 45 (70b 2x4)
    • R Ashwin 7 (9b 1x4)
    • MG Johnson 8-1-41-3
    • XJ Doherty 9-0-32-0

Powerplay taken one over early. Faulkner is called on.

34.1

Faulkner to Ashwin, no run, length ball just outside off, driven towards mid-off

34.2

Faulkner to Ashwin, no run, a bit of width, fluently cut away towards point

Kirk Gridley : "Instead of playing on docile and flat pitches, Indians should prepare challenging wickets to prepare for the ODI world cup. Otherwise, it won't be easy to face the pace and bounce there, where Indians have always struggled."

34.3

Faulkner to Ashwin, 1 run, shortish ball just outside off, gets back in the crease and the ball is sent towards deep backward point

34.4

Faulkner to Dhoni, 1 leg bye, short of length ball on the pads, looking to whip that away towards midwicket, off the pads towards the off side

34.5

Faulkner to Ashwin, FOUR, short ball, Faulkner lacks the pace of Faulkner, Ashwin isn't scared of this one, helps it along to the fine-leg boundary

34.6

Faulkner to Ashwin, no run, driven towards mid-off to end the over

End of over 35 (6 runs) India 174/6 (RR: 4.97)

    • R Ashwin 12 (14b 2x4)
    • MS Dhoni 45 (71b 2x4)
    • JP Faulkner 5-0-18-0
    • MG Johnson 8-1-41-3

David: "May I remind you, Sunny, that the Champions Trophy were dry and lifeless. Unusual English conditions."

Here's McKay.

35.1

McKay to Dhoni, 1 run, short of length ball, Dhoni charges down the track and drives towards cover

35.2

McKay to Ashwin, 1 run, opens the face and guides the ball towards third man for a single

35.3

McKay to Dhoni, no run, Dhoni looking to muscle that through the off side, bounces more than he expects and he misses out

Sreedeep: "The Champions Trophy final was reduced to in effect a T20 match and Jadeja came good. It is in ODIs that he struggles!"

35.4

McKay to Dhoni, no run, length ball is tucked in front of square leg

35.5

McKay to Dhoni, no run, opens the face as he works this away towards point

35.6

McKay to Dhoni, no run, short of length ball on middle stump, defended down the track

End of over 36 (2 runs) India 176/6 (RR: 4.88)

    • MS Dhoni 46 (76b 2x4)
    • R Ashwin 13 (15b 2x4)
    • CJ McKay 8-0-37-1
    • JP Faulkner 5-0-18-0
36.1

Faulkner to Ashwin, 1 run, square driven towards deep point by Ashwin

36.2

Faulkner to Dhoni, FOUR, short of length ball on the pads, Dhoni not looking to muscle this, tucks this behind square leg, placed perfectly to get a boundary, and another half-century for Dhoni, an ODI all-time great

36.3

Faulkner to Dhoni, FOUR, full toss well outside off, slicing it down to third man for four more

36.4

Faulkner to Dhoni, 1 run, length ball well outside off, defended towards mid-off off the front foot

36.5

Faulkner to Ashwin, 4 leg byes, on the pads, slower ball, Ashwin shuffles across and looks to glance it, but off the pads, wide of Haddin for four leg-byes

Hardik Makkar: "@Sreedeep: Do I need to remind you his [Jadeja's] contribution to the SA game. I still remember that he scored handy runs in Cardiff at the death. I watched that game in stadium so pretty sure"

36.6

Faulkner to Ashwin, no run, length ball on off stump, an elegant drive towards mid-off

End of over 37 (14 runs) India 190/6 (RR: 5.13)

    • R Ashwin 14 (18b 2x4)
    • MS Dhoni 55 (79b 4x4)
    • JP Faulkner 6-0-28-0
    • CJ McKay 8-0-37-1
37.1

McKay to Dhoni, 1 run, McKay sends down a slower one, only 107kph, Dhoni was looking to initially launch the ball out of the park, had to adjust to the change of pace, ends up jabbing it down the ground for a quick single

37.2

McKay to Ashwin, no run, length ball on off stump, defended back towards McKay

37.3

McKay to Ashwin, 1 run, slanting in towards the pads, Ashwin moves across towards off and whips the ball towards deep square leg

37.4

McKay to Dhoni, 1 run, pitched up, just outside off, worked towards sweeper cover for one more

37.5

McKay to Ashwin, 1 run, a touch shorter, outside off, dabbed towards short third man

37.6

McKay to Dhoni, no run, defended towards mid-on, Ashwin is sent back as he starts for the single

Polo: "If the common Indian fans were to form the selectors' panel of the Indian cricket team, would the panel be more aptly called as "Rejectors" instead of "Selectors"?" A bit too much criticism for a team that has won, what is it, eight of their nine previous matches?

End of over 38 (4 runs) India 194/6 (RR: 5.10)

    • MS Dhoni 57 (82b 4x4)
    • R Ashwin 16 (21b 2x4)
    • CJ McKay 9-0-41-1
    • JP Faulkner 6-0-28-0
38.1

Watson to Ashwin, no run, Watson starts the over with a length ball that is eased towards midwicket, a diving stop from Bailey

38.2

Watson to Ashwin, 1 run, short ball on legstump, off the glove as Ashwin looks to pull, the ball rolls towards short fine leg

38.3

Watson to Dhoni, no run, an appeal for lbw, that looked pretty good from a line and length point of view, but there was a big inside-edge

38.4

Watson to Dhoni, 1 leg bye, Dhoni looking to whip the ball towards the leg side, misses and is hit on the pads, that was sliding down

Chandramohan: "Its such a pleasure to watch Ashwin bat. Dhoni is effective but not as effortless as Ashwin."

38.5

Watson to Ashwin, 1 run, shortish ball, pulled away towards deep backward square leg for a single

38.6

Watson to Dhoni, 1 run, length ball heading for off stump, dropped towards cover for a quick single, the Powerplay is over

Rohit Ramesh: "I have an interesting strategy for the #7 position. If we are in a 150-5 position we can send Ashwin in as he has the technique to accumulate rather than slog. If we are at 250-5 with 5-10 overs we can send Jaddu to give it a smack."

End of over 39 (4 runs) India 198/6 (RR: 5.07)

    • MS Dhoni 58 (85b 4x4)
    • R Ashwin 18 (24b 2x4)
    • SR Watson 5-0-34-1
    • CJ McKay 9-0-41-1
39.1

Faulkner to Dhoni, 1 run, Faulkner from over the wicket, a length ball is worked towards square leg

39.2

Faulkner to Ashwin, no run, full ball just outside off, blocked back towards the bowler

39.3

Faulkner to Ashwin, no run, angling across Ashwin, who was looking to help the ball along to third man, he can't connect

39.4

Faulkner to Ashwin, 1 run, sends this one towards deep point to bring up India's 200

39.5

Faulkner to Dhoni, 1 run, back of the hand slower ball, full and outside off, Dhoni can't time it as he looks launch towards long-on, towards midwicket for a single

39.6

Faulkner to Ashwin, 1 run, nicely done by Ashwin, lofts that over the infield towards sweeper cover, a controlled hit for a single

Karan : "What do u think is good score on this pitch? From the commentary it seems that the pitch is not completely lifeless and 250-260 is a competitive score." Not much in the track for the bowlers really, hardly any movement or much spin. Only some bounce, which the pacy Johnson exploited. Think 250 isn't going to be enough.

End of over 40 (4 runs) India 202/6 (RR: 5.05)

    • R Ashwin 20 (28b 2x4)
    • MS Dhoni 60 (87b 4x4)
    • JP Faulkner 7-0-32-0
    • SR Watson 5-0-34-1
40.1

Doherty to Ashwin, 1 run, full ball on the stumps, driven towards long-on for a single

40.2

Doherty to Dhoni, 1 run, another easy single towards long-on

40.3

Doherty to Ashwin, 1 run, gets well back in the crease and works this towards square leg for a single

40.4

Doherty to Dhoni, no run, Dhoni takes a couple of paces down the track, but he's not in place to play the big shot, tucks this to midwicket

40.5

Doherty to Dhoni, SIX, there's the first six of the match, it was short from Doherty, Dhoni gets the front leg out of the way and muscles it over midwicket, the crowd finds its voice

40.6

Doherty to Dhoni, FOUR, Dhoni skips down the track to get near the pitch of the ball and pounds that one to the midwicket boundary, four more, Doherty's final two deliveries go for 10 runs, he still finishes with a respectable 10-0-45-0

End of over 41 (13 runs) India 215/6 (RR: 5.24)

    • MS Dhoni 71 (91b 5x4 1x6)
    • R Ashwin 22 (30b 2x4)
    • XJ Doherty 10-0-45-0
    • JP Faulkner 7-0-32-0
41.1

Watson to Ashwin, 1 run, length ball outside off, Ashwin opens the face to guide the ball towards third man for a single

41.2

Watson to Dhoni, 2 runs, short ball, Dhoni goes for the big hit, top edges the pull and the ball rolls towards deep backward square leg, Dhoni pushes Ashwin to return for the second

The physio is out as that Watson delivery seems to have struck Dhoni on the thumb.

41.3

Watson to Dhoni, FOUR, this time he connects superbly with the pull, he wasn't looking to give it everything, more worried about placing it, sends this to the deep square leg boundary

41.4

Watson to Dhoni, 1 run, slanting in towards the pads, driven towards long-on

41.5

Watson to Ashwin, FOUR, superbly done by Ashwin, innovative batting there from the No. 8, it was another short ball from Watson, Ashwin initially wanted to stand tall and pull it away, then decides to bend his knee to get under the ball and dink it down to fine leg for four

41.6

Watson to Ashwin, no run, length ball just outside off, Ashwin shuffles across and pushes it towards mid-on, too firmly to have time to get a single

vibhash: "india defended 260 with ease against pakistan in world cup. alas, they will miss services of two legendary Indian bowlers this time - Ashish "Options" Nehra and Munaf Shrugging Patel."

End of over 42 (12 runs) India 227/6 (RR: 5.40)

    • R Ashwin 27 (33b 3x4)
    • MS Dhoni 78 (94b 6x4 1x6)
    • SR Watson 6-0-46-1
    • XJ Doherty 10-0-45-0

Here's Johnson, can he break this stand?

42.1

Johnson to Dhoni, 1 run, he starts with a full ball on the stumps, works the ball towards square leg

42.2

Johnson to Ashwin, 1 run, 140kph, pitched up and just outside off, guided towards short third man

42.3

Johnson to Dhoni, 1 leg bye, looking to pull the slower bouncer, 129kph, Dhoni is through with the shot a touch early, bottom edge on to his body, just the single

42.4

Johnson to Ashwin, OUT, is that a caught-behind? Ashwin was looking to dab the ball down to third man once more, it's a shot that has been very profitable for him over his career, gets a thick edge, and that is a terrific take from Haddin, leaping to his left and plucking a low chance, the umpires want to double check that it carried, Ashwin was sure it did and he walks off, it was a clean take, and a very good one as well, the best of the five he has taken today

R Ashwin c †Haddin b Johnson 28 (55m 35b 3x4 0x6) SR: 80.00

42.5

Johnson to Kumar, no run, short of length ball just outside off, defended towards point

42.6

Johnson to Kumar, 1 run, full and quick, on middle stump, squeezed out towards short third man

End of over 43 (4 runs) India 231/7 (RR: 5.37)

    • B Kumar 1 (2b)
    • MS Dhoni 79 (96b 6x4 1x6)
    • MG Johnson 9-1-44-4
    • SR Watson 6-0-46-1
43.1

Watson to Kumar, no run, Watson also sticking to the short-ball strategy, bhuvneshwar looks to chop that outside-off delivery, doesn't connect

43.2

Watson to Kumar, 1 run, length ball just outside off, Bhuvneshwar Kumar guides that towards deep point, he looks a better batsman than a usual No. 9

43.3

Watson to Dhoni, SIX, Dhoni power! that is pitched up and absolutely drilled by Dhoni for six over long-off, brutal hit that, no doubt it was going to clear the rope

Gunjan Srivastava: "I am sure Dhoni is a Shaolin monk. Cool and calm temperament. Ability to handle pressure and deliver under trying circumstances, incredible threshold for pain and lots of style."

43.4

Watson to Dhoni, 1 run, short ball just outside off, helped along to deep backward square leg for a single

43.5

Watson to Kumar, 1 run, slanting in towards legstump, clipped towards square leg

43.6

Watson to Dhoni, FOUR, short ball down the leg side, Dhoni looking to pull that one, bit of an edge, but enough to go wide of Haddin to the fine-leg boundary

End of over 44 (13 runs) India 244/7 (RR: 5.54)

    • MS Dhoni 90 (99b 7x4 2x6)
    • B Kumar 3 (5b)
    • SR Watson 7-0-59-1
    • MG Johnson 9-1-44-4
44.1

Johnson to Kumar, no run, Johnson starts his final over with his favourite weapon, Bhuvneshwar Kumar ducks under it

44.2

Johnson to Kumar, 1 run, short of length ball around off, Bhuvneshwar does well to poke it towards point and get off strike

44.3

Johnson to Dhoni, 1 run, slower one from Johnson, 128kph, Dhoni gets it towards long-on for a single

44.4

Johnson to Kumar, no run, length ball on off stump, defended towards point, two balls of Johnson to go

Ganesh K: "@Gunjan: The monk who sold his Harleys?"

44.5

Johnson to Kumar, no run, length ball on off stump once more, just two off this over so far, defended towards point for one more

44.6

Johnson to Kumar, no run, no five-for for Johnson, but it has been a superb spell form him, he ends with 4-46, his final delivery is worked towards midwicket by Bhuvneshwar

End of over 45 (2 runs) India 246/7 (RR: 5.46)

    • B Kumar 4 (10b)
    • MS Dhoni 91 (100b 7x4 2x6)
    • MG Johnson 10-1-46-4
    • SR Watson 7-0-59-1

It is 4.58pm right now, and the innings was supposed to close at 5pm. George Bailey may lose some of his match fees for the slow over-rate today

45.1

Faulkner to Dhoni, no run, full and wide, lashed towards mid-off by Dhoni

45.2

Faulkner to Dhoni, 1 run, full and well outside off, Dhonoi has to stretch as he tries reaching that, off the bottom of the bat, the ball rolls towards cover

45.3

Faulkner to Kumar, no run, short of length and just outside off, great line for the tailender, Bhuvneshwar chases it and is beaten

45.4

Faulkner to Kumar, no run, this time Bhuvneshwar defends towards short midwicket

45.5

Faulkner to Kumar, no run, looks to power this full ball down the ground, can't get it past Faulkner

45.6

Faulkner to Kumar, no run, slower one to finish, terrific over from Faulkner, just one off it, the final ball was heading for middle stump, Bhuvneshwar has to block it

prozium: "8 more runs and Dhoni will become the first indian batsman too hit a century here..for a guy coming at number 6..This is a tremendous record! Really an all time great of ODI( definitely in top 5 best ever along with vivian richards, sahchin Tendulkar, Imran Khan and Adam gilchrish)"

End of over 46 (1 run) India 247/7 (RR: 5.36)

    • B Kumar 4 (14b)
    • MS Dhoni 92 (102b 7x4 2x6)
    • JP Faulkner 8-0-33-0
    • MG Johnson 10-1-46-4

Last over now for McKay

46.1

McKay to Dhoni, 1 leg bye, slanting down the pads, helped down to fine leg for a single

girishks: "@siddharth: won't there be any allowance for time lost to injuries to rohit and dhoni and their treatment??!" There will be, but five overs behind is a lot. Not saying Bailey will definitely be fined, but wouldn't be surprised if he is.

46.2

McKay to Kumar, FOUR, slower one from McKay, Bhuvneshwar spots it early, moves away a touch, steps down the track and launches it over mid-off

46.3

McKay to Kumar, 1 run, powered towards mid-off for a single, Dhoni back on strike

46.4

McKay to Dhoni, 1 run, short ball, Dhoni looking to pull that away powerfully, he can't connect properly, off the glove I think, the ball rolls towards square leg

46.5

McKay to Kumar, 1 run, another slower one, Bhuvneshwar was going for the mow to midwicket, thick edge sends the ball onto his pad, rolls away to allow a single

46.6

McKay to Dhoni, 1 run, short ball sat up for Dhoni, who uncharacteristically doesn't put it away, he got plenty of power as he flatbatted it towards long-on but not wide enough of Mitchell Johnson, just a single but Dhoni won't mind too much as it brings him back on strike

End of over 47 (9 runs) India 256/7 (RR: 5.44)

    • MS Dhoni 94 (105b 7x4 2x6)
    • B Kumar 10 (17b 1x4)
    • CJ McKay 10-0-49-1
    • JP Faulkner 8-0-33-0
47.1

Faulkner to Dhoni, FOUR, mid-off was in the circle, Dhoni was all too aware of that, he gets under that low wide full toss, slices it just over mid-off for four, Dhoni on to 98

47.2

Faulkner to Dhoni, FOUR, there's the first ODI century by an Indian batsman in Mohali, Dhoni has delivered another ODI masterclass, Faulkner bowling it full and wide, Dhoni doesn't get too much on it, but enough to send it to the third-man boundary for four

47.3

Faulkner to Dhoni, 2 runs, sends this one towards deep square leg, Dhoni puses for the second, Bhuvneshwar just makes it in time, third umpire needed to decided

47.4

Faulkner to Dhoni, 1 run, Faulkner has decided the way to bowl to Dhoni is full and very wide, Dhoni reaches out and chops that towards deep point

47.5

Faulkner to Kumar, OUT, short ball gets another wicket, Bhiuvneshwar goes for the pull but slices that high and it ends as an easy catch to Bailey at midwicket

B Kumar c Bailey b Faulkner 10 (23m 18b 1x4 0x6) SR: 55.55

Muntashir Razzak: "I find Dhoni much like Michael Bevan. Great ability to soak pressure and Bevan also put a high price on his wicket, remained unbeaten very often at the end of the teams innings. Both with fifty plus averages!"

47.6

Faulkner to Vinay Kumar, no run, short of length ball on middle and leg, Vinay gets behind the line of that and defends

End of over 48 (11 runs) India 267/8 (RR: 5.56)

    • R Vinay Kumar 0 (1b)
    • MS Dhoni 105 (109b 9x4 2x6)
    • JP Faulkner 9-0-44-1
    • CJ McKay 10-0-49-1

Kalyan: "This is definitely a masterclass on how to pace an innings. WHAT A KNOCK!!!!!"

48.1

Watson to Dhoni, 2 runs, dropped, Watson bowls it full and wide, for once Dhoni doesn't middle it as he goes for the big hit, that hit low on the bat and slices it towards cover, Bailey has plenty of time to get under it, waits for it to arrive and spills what should have been a straightforward catch

48.2

Watson to Dhoni, FOUR, ho ho ho, Dhoni power, one ball after being dropped, drilled between the bowler and mid-off for four, brutally struck

48.3

Watson to Dhoni, 1 wide, wide outside off

48.3

Watson to Dhoni, no run, full and wide once more, Dhoni looks to power it down the ground once more, bottom hand comes off the bat as he tries the shot, the ball rolls towards mid-on, Dhoni declines the single

Sundar: "@Prozium: I agree that Dhoni would be in the top 5 ODI batsmen of all time. But I am not sure how Imran Khan got into your list - unless you were talking about all-rounders. In either case, Jacques Kallis would have something to say about that. And, if you are talking about batting only, Michael Bevan and Ricky Ponting should be considered."

48.4

Watson to Dhoni, no run, smashes this towards the leg side, another run declined

48.5

Watson to Dhoni, SIX, that's why he didn't want to turn over the strike, pitched up, Dhoni pummels that for a massive six over long-off, power-hitting at its best

48.6

Watson to Dhoni, 1 wide, much too wide from Watson, he is under immense pressure when bowling to a master finisher like Dhoni

48.6

Watson to Dhoni, 1 run, full and wide once more, not so wide that is deemed illegal, Dhoni chips it towards sweeper cover for a single

End of over 49 (15 runs) India 282/8 (RR: 5.75)

    • MS Dhoni 118 (115b 10x4 3x6)
    • R Vinay Kumar 0 (1b)
    • SR Watson 8-0-74-1
    • JP Faulkner 9-0-44-1
49.1

Faulkner to Dhoni, FOUR, Dhoni begins the final over with a boundary, short of length ball is slugged towards midwicket, Dhoni has galloped to 122 now

Avishek: "Thats sheer confidence on part of MSD, to refuse to take the singles and so sure of himself that he can hit a six!!"

49.2

Faulkner to Dhoni, no run, full and wide, the yorker is squeezed out towards deep point, another single refused by Dhoni

49.3

Faulkner to Dhoni, SIX, there's the helicopter, the crowd is loving it, Australia are hating it, what a player this man is, it wa sa length ball just outside off, Dhoni waits on the back foot and absolutely clobbers that over long-on

49.4

Faulkner to Dhoni, SIX, six more for Dhoni, full from Faulkner, this time Dhoni goes over long-off, all the wieght o nthe back foot as he pounds that one for six more

49.5

Faulkner to Dhoni, 1 run, OUT, lashes this one towards long-on for a single, there wasn't really a chance of getting two, but Dhoni rightly wanted to be back on strike and Vinay sacrifices his wicket

R Vinay Kumar run out 0 (10m 1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

Unbelievably good batting from MS Dhoni, but India fans have come to expect it almost as a norm in ODIs. Mitchell Johnson seemed to have India on the ropes early on, but Kohli and Dhoni stabilised the innings, before Dhoni absolutely took apart the bowling in the final few overs.

The praise is pouring in for Dhoni.

David: "That dropped catch cost 33 runs off the bat! What a huge difference there is between chasing 270-280 and 300+"

mudhabir: "Whenever Dhoni plays a great knock, I convince myself that there are a lot of better players than him,but today I give up.Though this guy doesn't have the classic range of shots, he is a cut above than the rest in terms of confidence and self ability. The main thing is that he keeps it simple all the time and doesn't try too much whatever he does."

Tom: "Surely Australia can come up with a better plan than bowling full to Dhoni every ball? I understand it's very different bowling on lifeless Indian pitches, but really, a bit of variation please.."

paragordius: "At work. In the hospital. Post call after working 14 hours. But totally worth it. What a man, what a player. I thought 250-260 would be a good score to get but getting past 300 is unbelievable!!!"

priyank: "Ironical. In the post match presentation of the last game, Dhoni stressed so much on batsman not losing shape when going for big shots. & Dhoni with and in all sorts of shapes produces such big shots so successfully. Cant even define what form of a shape it is."

Karthik: "Hey This is the highest score by an Indian captain against Australia beating the 124 by MSD himself in 2008."

Hamid Ali: "Even as a Pakistani fan, I have to accept that Dhoni is the best captain of all times. Probably even better than Steve Waugh and Imran Khan. His tactics are matched by none other. He has always been short of one bowler and yet produces results. And then his match winning abilities with the bat, add to his charm. Truly an amazing cricketer."

Riyaz: "Andy Zaltzman (once wrote) Dhoni grabs ODIs by the scruff of their necks and barks at them until they call him sir! So apt!"

Uwaisul Karnain: "If a team doesn't reach 300 it's not an Indian pitch. Having said that what a magnificent recovery by the India to reach 303/9 from 154/6 led by one of the coolest men on the planet - MSD. But has he done enough to over come their ordinary bowling lineup & the dew factor?"

Steve: "Worst last few overs of bowling I have ever seen. Why continue to bowl it in exactly the same spot you've been spanked for six on the previous ball? Again and again?! Focus group bowling at its worst."

Right, I don't know about Dhoni, but I certainly need a few minutes to get my breath back. See you all again at 5.45pm.

49.6

Faulkner to Dhoni, FOUR, sensational finish from Dhoni, this was full and on the pads, flicked off powerfully for a four, India have gone past 300 here, Dhoni ends on 139 off 122, who would want to be a bowler when Dhoni is going bonkers like this?

End of over 50 (21 runs) India 303/9

    • MS Dhoni 139 (121b 12x4 5x6)
    • I Sharma 0 (0b)
    • JP Faulkner 10-0-65-1
    • SR Watson 8-0-74-1
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