Kohli upset with DRS call against Turner

Replying over the issue of wearing 'military caps' by Team India cricketers during an global match against Australia in the third ODI at the JSCA Stadium in Ranchi, the world body of cricket - worldwide Cricket Council (ICC) has finally broken the silence. Equally, some of the players first picked for the ODI team have found themselves not at their best even when chosen - Aaron Finch's misadventures this summer being a prime example. The ball tracking appeared to show two different balls on the same ball-tracking display.

Kohli did not fare well in the fourth ODI as he managed to score only 7 runs. Kohli was referring to the incident that took place in the 44th over of Australia's innings.

It happened in the 44th over when Turner was on 41. Due to which the third umpire decided that there wasn't enough evidence to overturn the on-field decision.

Peter Handscomb's maiden century and a blistering 84 from Ashton Turner on Sunday helped Australia chase down a record 359 against India to level the series at 2-2 in the fourth one-day global.

With the win, Australia drew level in the five-match series.

While Kohli was definitely angry with DRS, he took nothing away from the visitors and praised them for their fine display with the bat. "They are very good bowlers but I think, we also played them very well", he said.

A 192-run second-wicket partnership between Handscomb, who smashed 117 off 105 balls, and Usman Khawaja, who made 91, was key to taking the series into the final match in Delhi tomorrow.

"We do not want to see the shoulder of cricket being used for politics", the PCB chief said, revealing that they will be writing a letter to the ICC to protest India's movie within the next 12 hours. If we had won the toss, we would've batted first (in Ranchi).

"Obviously, it was shattering to get dropped from the test squad, it was something I'd been priding myself on, trying to be a strong red-ball player for Victoria and always pushing my case for Australia. We have to work hard and we got to come up with more intensity and passion in the next game", he said.

Turner's 43-ball blitz in Mohali gave Australia the win by four wickets with 13 balls to spare in their highest-ever run chase.

Vanessa Coleman

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