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India vs Australia - India Won by 6 Wickets

India won vs Australia on the ground of Mohali. Dhoni made the last run as a boundary on the ball of James Faulkner. Kohli was the man from India who put the match sequence turn around.

Ind vs Aus - India won by 6 wickets

Kohli made 82 runs of just 51 balls by making 9 boundaries and two massive sixes all over the ground. Kohli came to ground when Shikhar Dhawan outs cause of Bad shot selection.

Yuvraj Singh who was gets some stretch which making a pull shot was the second most contributor to Indian inning. More than his runs he stands on the pitch while India needs more at the time. He made 21 runs of 18 balls by putting 1 boundary and 1 six on his home ground.

Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan once again fail in converting the start into a big one. They lost their wicket on 12/13 runs respectively.

Before that, Australia won the toss and elected to bat first. Both the opener (Khawaja and Finch) gave a fastrack opening of the inning. Australia made 59 runs on the loss of 1 wicket.

Khawaja lose his wicket while trying to drive the ball going away from him by Ashish Nehra (the left hand bowler). Aaron David Warner and Steven Smith can't do anything with the bat.

Finch who was looking to be dangerous for team India was dismissed on individual score of 43 of 34 balls by Pandya. Glenn Maxwell made the second top most run 31 of 28 balls.

India given out 14 extras including 11 wide that also include the Ashwin's (5 wide). Australia put a huge total target of 160 runs in 20 overs.

Ravichandran Ashwin was the most expensive bowler from India who given out 31 runs in just 2 over.

Australia's tour of the ICC World Cup 2016 is end with losing this match. India is finally entered in the ICC World Cup 2016 Semi-finals.

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