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India vs Australia: Kohli’s ton goes in vain as India lose Ranchi ODI

Australia defeated India by 32 runs in the third ODI to keep the five-match series alive on Friday. In response to Australia's 313/5, India were bundled out for 281 in 48.2 overs with skipper Virat Kohli scoring 123 off 95 balls.

Australia defeated India by 32 runs in the third ODI to keep the five-match series alive on Friday. In response to Australia's 313/5, India were bundled out for 281 in 48.2 overs with skipper Virat Kohli scoring 123 off 95 balls. Adam Zampa shone with the ball, as he scalped the important wickets of Kohli, MS Dhoni and Kedar Jadhav. (AP Photo)

Australia got off to a flying start as the opening pair of Usman Khawaja and Aaron Finch added 193 for the first wicket before the Australian skipper was trapped leg before by Kuldeep Yadav on 93. (AP Photo)

Khawaja notched up his maiden ODI ton as the left-handed batsman scored 104 in 113 deliveries. (PTI Photo)

Glenn Maxwell also contributed with lusty blows as Australia posted 313/5 in their respective 50 overs. The right-handed batsman scored 47 in 31 balls. (AP Photo)

Chasing a stiff target of 314, India were left tottering at 27/3 in 6.2 overs. Dhawan's slash was grabbed by Glenn Maxwell at point while Cummins angled one to trap Rohit Sharma plumb in-front. Rayudu was beaten for pace by Cummins, who pegged his off-stump back. (PTI Photo)

Skipper Kohli and Dhoni tried to bring the Indian chase back on track as the duo added 59 runs for the fourth wicket. The wicketkeeper-batsman was cleaned up by Adam Zampa on 26 in 39 balls. (AP Photo)

Virat Kohli looked like a 'Man on a Mission' wearing the camouflage army cap for the better part of his 41st ODI hundred but that wasn't enough to prevent India from losing the third ODI. (AP Photo)

Adam Zampa shone with the ball, as he scalped the important wickets of Kohli, Dhoni and Kedar Jadhav. (AP Photo)