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    Australia displayed a professional performance with both bat and ball to beat India in the 3rd ODI at Ranchi by 32 runs and make it 2-1 in the five-match series. AFP

    Australia displayed a professional performance with both bat and ball to beat India in the 3rd ODI at Ranchi by 32 runs and make it 2-1 in the five-match series. AFP

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    Batting first, Australia openers Usman Khawaja (left) and Aaron Finch put on 193 runs for the first wicket, providing a strong base for other batsmen to follow. Finch made 93 before he got out. AFP

    Batting first, Australia openers Usman Khawaja (left) and Aaron Finch put on 193 runs for the first wicket, providing a strong base for other batsmen to follow. Finch made 93 before he got out. AFP

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    After Aaron Finch departed, Usman Khawaja continued his stroke-making and reached his maiden ODI hundred. He ended up with 104 made off 113 balls. AFP

    After Aaron Finch departed, Usman Khawaja continued his stroke-making and reached his maiden ODI hundred. He ended up with 104 made off 113 balls. AFP

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    Glenn Maxwell played another handy innings for Australia, scoring a quick 31-ball 47, including three sixes and three fours. Australia posted 313 on the board. AFP

    Glenn Maxwell played another handy innings for Australia, scoring a quick 31-ball 47, including three sixes and three fours. Australia posted 313 on the board. AFP

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    Chasing 314 to win, India were soon 27/3. Virat Kohli yet again showed why he is a different class altogether. He mastered his way to a 123 made off 95 balls but consistently lost out of partners at the other end and was not able to take India home. AFP

    Chasing 314 to win, India were soon 27/3. Virat Kohli yet again showed why he is a different class altogether. He mastered his way to a 123 made off 95 balls but consistently lost out of partners at the other end and was not able to take India home. AFP

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    Local boy MS Dhoni could not make merry on his home ground as he fell against the guile of Adam Zampa for just 26 made off 42 balls. AFP

    Local boy MS Dhoni could not make merry on his home ground as he fell against the guile of Adam Zampa for just 26 made off 42 balls. AFP

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    Adam Zampa showed once again his importance in the team. He removed in-form players like MS Dhoni and Kedar Jadhav before getting a well-settled Virat Kohli out. It was the Indian captain's wicket which turned the game on its face. AFP

    Adam Zampa showed once again his importance in the team. He removed in-form players like MS Dhoni and Kedar Jadhav before getting a well-settled Virat Kohli out. It was the Indian captain's wicket which turned the game on its face. AFP









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