Peter Handscomb scored (117) in the century and their Usman Khawaja (Ashton after the great partnership of 192 runs with 91), Turner (84 *) Australia defeated by 4 wickets for India in the fourth ODI. In Mohali, the Indian team batted first, scoring 358 on 9 wickets. In response, the Australian team scored 359 runs in this major score by losing 6 wickets in 47.5 overs and won the match by 4 wickets. With this victory, Australia also equalized 2-2 in the five-match series. The fifth and final ODI will be played on March 13 in Delhi.
After Handscomb's dismissals, Australia would have been in trouble but Ashton Turner, who came to bat at number six, played a key role in winning the team. He played a valuable innings of 84 runs. Turner hit 5 fours and a six sixes in his unbeaten innings of 43 balls. He made 86 runs partnership with Alex Carri (21) for the sixth wicket. He was chosen Man of the Match for his fantastic innings.