Kohli Becomes 2nd Batsman to Score 40 ODI Tons, Twitter Erupts

India vs Australia,MS Dhoni,MS Dhoni record

India vs Australia,MS Dhoni,MS Dhoni record

As the Indian team walked out to take the field during the second innings of the match the fan was seen running on the ground towards MS. Dhoni, however, saw him coming and chose to have some fun with him.

Bumrah also conceded a single run during his final over, with a confident Stoinis backing himself to take 20 runs off the final two overs.

Chasing a target of 251 runs, the visitors were dismissed for 242 runs in 49.3 overs.

Sharma (0) top-edged off Adam Zampa and Dhawan (21) was given out leg before wicket after Australia´s appeal was upheld on review.

Virat Kohli's 40th one-day worldwide century and Vijay Shankar;s two-wicket haul in the dead over tilted the match in India's favour.

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The range of front-foot shots against Stoinis enabled Vijay Shankar and Kohli to take control of the proceeding after fast bowler Pat Cummins and the spinners Glenn Maxwell and Nathan Lyon had reduced India to 75 for three.

But Kohli looked unfettered at the other end, reaching his 40th ODI century with a four over backward point. The spectator first shook hands with Ambati Rayudu before heading towards Dhoni, who hid behind Rohit Sharma to play around with him and later sprinted towards the stumps as the fan failed to catch up with the pace of the former Indian captain.

As Men in Blue walked out on to the field at the start of the second innings in the second ODI against the Aussies in Nagpur, an MS Dhoni fan breached the security cover and managed to get on the ground. Tendulkar, who scored 18,426 runs and picked up 154 wickets in 463 ODIs tops the list.

Pat Cummins snared figures of 4-29, taking the new ball and starting the innings with a wicket-maiden then later removing a well-set Kohli.

Tail-enders Kuldeep Yadav (3), Mohammad Shami (2 not out) and Jasprit Bumrah (0) could not add much to the score.

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