following three days, another century from Kohli but yet another loss as India could not overcome Australia's 349 following 107 from Aaron Finch, 93 from David Warner, and 51 from Steve Smith. Not only was Kohli a centurion for India; Dhawan's 126 and their partnership of 212 at one point placed the team on track for their second-highest ODI chase victory ever, but it was all over for India when the stand was broken and the two set batsmen fell in a span of two overs and two runs. India collapsed to lose nine wickets for 61 after being 277/1 and needed just 72 from 75 balls. Kane Richardson ruined the celebration with a spectacular five-wicket haul.
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