Australia pulled off an almost impossible chase of 359 with ease in Mohali. Ashton Turner scored 84 runs off 43 balls to complete a record chase for Australia and that too with 13 balls to spare.
India managed to win the first two ODIs but Australia have come back to level the series 2-2.
During the fourth ball of the 44th over, Rishabh Pant appealed for a caught behind as well as a stumping on Turner. India went for a DRS and the replays showed some spike on the Ultra Edge. But the spike showed when the ball was far away from the bat. So Turner was eventually given not out.
It was the highest ever total that Indian team failed to defend in its ODI history, losing the game by four wickets.
Playing only his second ODI, Turner hit an unbeaten 84 off 43 balls with five boundaries and as many six sixes to help Australia win in only 47.5 overs. Earlier in the day, Shikhar Dhawan fired India to 358 for nine with a sublime 143 off 115 balls.
The partnership of 86 off 39 balls between Turner and Alex Carey became the turning point after Peter Handscomb and Usman Khawaja had set the platform with a 192-run third-wicket stand.
The big lad, who has been a designated finisher for Big Bash League side Perth Scorchers, showed his finishing skills against world’s best death bowler Jasprit Bumrah (3/63), hitting him for an effortless ramp shot.