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India vs Australia, 4th Test, 4th Day: Kohli’s Century Helped India to Take a lead by 91 Runs; Australia Trail by 88 Runs
At the end of day 3, India was at 289-3 in 99 overs and trailed by 191 runs. Virat Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja were playing at 59(128) and 16(54) respectively.
At the start of day 4, Virat Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja resumed the batting, and Cameron Green started the bowling. India reached 300 runs in the 102nd over with a single. In the 107th over, Jadeja started the over with a four and got out on the last ball after scoring 28(84). Srikar Bharat smashed a six on Nathan Lyon in the 110th over. India reached 350 runs with a double in the 129th over. In the 130th over, Kohli took a single, and the partnership between Virat Kohli and Srikar Bharat reached 50 runs. After the end of 1st session, India was at 362-4.
In the 134th over, Srikar Bharat smashed back-to-back three boundaries – two sixes and one four. In the 137th over, Bharat got out after scoring 44(88). In the 139th over, Kohli took a single and scored a century. It was the 75th international hundred for Virat Kohli. India reached 400 runs in the same over with a single.
In the 142nd over, Kohli smashed two fours. In the 148th over, Axar hit a maximum, and Virat Kohli hit a boundary. In the 153rd over, Virat Kohli hit a four, and India reached 450 runs. After the end of the 2nd session, India was at 472-5.
In the 162nd over, Axar hit a four, and India took a lead. In the 164th over, Kohli hit a four on the third ball, and the partnership between Axar Patel and Virat Kohli reached 100 runs. Kohli hit a four on the next ball and reached 150 runs. On the next ball, Virat Kohli took a single, and India reached 100 runs. In the 167th over, Kohli smashed two fours. In the 168th over, Axar Patel took a single and scored a half-century.
In the 170th over, Kohli took a single, and it is the highest score for Virat Kohli against Australia. In the 171st over, Axar Patel smashed two sixes, and India reached 550 runs. Axar Patel got out after scoring 79(113) in the 173rd over. After 175 overs, India was at 564-6.
Ashwin got out after scoring 7(12). Umesh Yadav ran out a golden duck. Kohli was the last batter to get out after scoring 186(364). India scored 571 runs in the first innings and took a lead of 91 runs.
Kuhnemann and Head came to bat for Australia in the second innings and Ravichandran Ashwin started the bowling.
At the end of day 4, Australia was at 3-0 and trailed by 88 runs. Matthew Kuhnemann and Travis Head were playing.
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