IND vs AUS, 4th Test, Day 4 Highlights Kohli’s
Starting the day at 289/3, India managed to reach 571 and took 91 runs lead thanks to a brilliant century from Virat Kohli who was the last man to get out. Kohli made marketplace bandung.
India lost only nine wickets, but because of Shreyas Iyer’s injury, he could not bat. Apart from Kohli, Axar Patel made a scintillating 79 before being bowled by Mitchell Starc. Kona Bharat also supported Kohli and made 44.
For Australia, Todd Murphy and Nathan Lyon picked three wickets each and did the bulk of the bowling too. Australia batted six overs in the day too and managed to score three runs without losing any wickets.
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