India are 218 for four in 38 overs in the seventh One-Day International (ODI) against Australia at Bangalore. Rohit Sharma has just coimpleted his hundred and is batting on 101 and Mahendra Singh Dhoni is on five.
Yuvraj Singh was peppered with short delivieries by Nathan Coulter-Nile in the 33rd over. He pulled one, and got a top edge, which flew over the square-leg boundary and went into the stands.
Rohit then moved into the 90s by opening the face of the bat to Coulter-Nile and running him down to third-man in the same over.
Yuvraj then tried to drive James Faulkner on the off-side, but got an edge and was brilliantly caught by Brad Haddin. The ball was going at a fair pace, but Haddin dived across and caught it well.
Rohit got to his ton by lofting one over the infield on the off-side.