4th ODI (D/N), Chandigarh, Mar 10 2019, Australia tour of India
(47.5/50 ov)359/6
Australia won by 4 wickets (with 13 balls remaining)
player of the match
Ashton Turner

Time for the match presentation

Ashton Turner, Man of the Match for his 43-ball 84: Really lost for words, turned up to the ground, Stonis was doing a fitness test. Thought I'd be running drinks, but last minute to transition my mind from not playing to play....had a lot of opportunities to hit the ball, given the chance. Not every day you play this well as a team, was a great game, very fortunate to come out the right side. Batting is a lot of fun, there were a few close calls, I know I didn't nick the one that went upstairs, but heart was racing. Few drop catches, very fortunate. It doesn't always happen. Haydos has been great to me, privileged to get my cap from him, still nervous standing up and talking to him. He's spent a lot of time with me in the nets, was a brilliant player of spin bowling. He's a legend, great to sit down and chat with him. Nice to hear good words from him. Try my best to watch ball closely against spin, easier to watch than not watch it.

Aaron Finch: Well I thought that partnership between Usman and Handscomb was crucial, for Pete to get his first hundred was outstanding. I think when we chased 300 in Australia, we tried to go with the same process. There was no panic, we knew we could chase even it got to 10-12 an over, wanted to take the game deep. I think it's about guys taking opportunities. Ashton playing his second game, to play a knock like that was superb. Pete is playing his 16th or 17th game. Usman is coming back. For guys to take their chances is superb. Ashton has done it in the BBL, to take on two class death bowlers in the end was magnificent.

Virat Kohli: The wicket remained good throughout, we've fallen the wrong side of the dew in two games, but that's not an excuse. Five chances in the last few overs a hard spill to swallow. Ashton played a hell of a knock, Handscomb played a brilliant innings, Khawaja held the innings together.

On dew: Last game we were told there will be dew, got into the wrong side of that. Here, they just played better, have to accept. They chose the areas to hit and executed well. We wanted to bat first, there was no confusion. We had to get fifth bowler out of the way, if Kedar and Vijay were bowling with the dew it was difficult, we wanted to get their overs out of the way first before the dew. It became too wet to bowl towards the end, first part of the bowling was fine. In the end when these guys were going hard, it became.

Missed chances: Stumping chances crucial, we were sloppy in the field. DRS call was a surprise, it's just not consistent at all, it's becoming a talking point in every game. It's going to be a cracker, we've to be at our best, we've had two eye-openers against this Australian side. This is definitely going to hurt, going to hurt the right way.

Peter Handscomb to the host broadcaster: Lovely feeling, my role was to try to take it till the end as much as possible, pretty special. Uzzi and I didn't talk much, we just left each other to play our own games. Once the dew came on, we noticed there wasn't much spin, helped us play our natural game. Maxi played a beautiful role tonight, took the pressure off me. It was a critical innings in the grand scheme of things. Ashton Turner is an amazing player, we've seen what he's done in the BBL. He can so much confidence from that going forward.

9.36pm Who would've thought at 12 for 2 that Australia would pull one off? As well as Khawaja and Handscomb played in their monumental stand, the match-turner is Ashton Turner. A rookie, who was brought in only because of a niggle to Marcus Stoinis, has played the innings of his career yet to give Australia healthy selection headaches.

Upon reflection, India will realise how poor their senior bowlers were on the night. Bhuvneshwar Kumar's lack of match time showed, Jasprit Bumrah had an off day as he struggled to hit the lengths he has mastered, Rishabh Pant fluffed one straightforward stumping and another tough chance, Jadhav put down one, Dhawan too and all else in between contributed to his epic heist.

Much before Turner's knock, Handscomb use of his feet, particularly off Jadhav and Kuldeep, was particularly impressive. They decided to take the game deep, didn't lose sweat over the escalating asking rate. In the end, will be buoyed with how they won in the end.

Bumrah to Turner, 2 runs

bunts this down to the vacant mid-on region, there is a huge gap and they hare across for the second. Turner, you beauty. Australia level series 2-2. This is Australia's highest-successful chase v India, fifth-highest overall. What a moment, what a game. What a knock

That dismissal brings Turner on strike. Fitting that he has a crack at hitting the winning runs

Bumrah to Carey, OUT

chipped and Dhawan takes the catch coming in from midwicket. Carey can't finish it off but he's played his part in this partnership. No slap of the thigh, Dhawan style. Tells you the situation of the game, doesn't it?

Alex Carey c Dhawan b Bumrah 21 (15b 2x4 0x6) SR: 140
Bumrah to Turner, 1 run

leading edge, rolls down to third man

Bumrah to Carey, 1 run

bunts this down to the point region

Bumrah to Carey, 4 leg byes

off the pad, down leg, races to the fine leg boundary. One blow away from victory now

end of over 4718 runs
AUS: 351/5CRR: 7.46 • RRR: 2.67 • Need 8 runs from 18b
Alex Carey20 (12)
Ashton Turner81 (41)
Bhuvneshwar Kumar9-0-67-1
Jasprit Bumrah8-0-59-2
Bhuvneshwar to Carey, 1 run

tucks this to square leg

Bhuvneshwar to Carey, FOUR runs

flicks this low full toss, no one at deep square. This has been a poor over from Bhuvi, lack of match practice showing. He's been off the radar tonight

Bhuvneshwar to Turner, 1 run

Dhawan drops a dolly at mid-off! Oh, dear. It's all happening. Low full toss, Bhuvi goes full and wide, Turner toe-ends it, it wasn't even travelling fast. Greasy hands, took it too easy. Pressure, pressure, pressure.

Bhuvneshwar to Turner, FOUR runs

walks across and helps this pull to deep backward square leg, couple of bounces to the ropes.

Bhuvneshwar to Turner, 2 runs

Jadhav puts a tough one down at deep midwicket! This mishit was dying on him, Jadhav late to pick it up, late to run in and so couldn't get underneath the delivery. Confused how deep he should've been at the boundary. Oh, dear. Lost control completely

Bhuvneshwar to Turner, SIX runs

clears long-on. The whip of his bottom hand, tremendous. Walks across and deposits this length ball over the ropes.

Down to a run-a-ball, Australia should walk home from here, unless....they have an epic brainfade. Credit to Carey too, as well as Turner has played.