In the match, India won by 6 wickets with 52 balls remaining. Despite a shaky start in the match, with three of India’s top four batters getting out for no runs early on, Kohli and his partner KL Rahul played brilliantly. Kohli scored 85 runs, and Rahul made an unbeaten 97, helping India reach the target and win the match.
India’s spin bowlers, Kuldeep Yadav and Ravindra Jadeja, did a great job in limiting Australia to a low score of 199 runs. Australia’s batsmen struggled, with none of them scoring fifty runs, even though David Warner and Steve Smith got decent starts.
Mitchell Starc’s late contribution of 28 runs helped Australia get closer to 200. Kohli got out to Josh Hazlewood’s bowling, but Rahul’s strong performance ensured India’s victory.
Australia’s Pat Cummins admitted that they fell short by at least 50 runs and found it tough to defend a low score like 200 on that pitch. He praised India’s spinners for making it difficult for their batsmen.
Virat Kohli, a well-known cricket player, became frustrated when he couldn’t score a century in a match against Australia. In a video from the team’s dressing room, he was seen hitting his head and looking very upset with himself.
Kohli is known for his ability to chase targets and win matches for India, but this time, he got out when he was just 15 runs short of a century. He hit the ball in a way that the Australian fielder, Marnus Labuschagne, could catch it easily, which left Kohli shocked and disappointed.
What made Kohli even more upset was that India still needed 32 runs to win when he got out, and he couldn’t finish the game for his team.