India vs Australia 6th ODI at Nagpur:

Shikhar Dhawan got to his ton in the 36th over © Getty Images (File Photo)

Oct 30, 2013

Shikhar Dhawan got to his fourth one-day ton to keep India on track during their run-chase, but was dismissed soo after. Virat Kohli has also eased into the middle with a few big hits as India are 234 for two in 36 overs in pursuit of 351 in the sixth One-Day International (ODI) against Australia at Nagpur.

Kohli gets into the act with a few crisp drives through the off-side for four. However, he then carts Xavier Doherty for a huge six over wide long-on. He then just guides one through third-man for another four as the fielder has no chance.

India have taken the batting power-play after the 33rd over. Kohli then worked James Faulkner through fine-leg for a four as he kept the momentum going.

Clint McKay then pitched one outside off with the keeper up, and Dhawan merely guided it through backward point for four to move to 96. Dhawan then worked one through the leg-side to get to his ton. He also completed 1,000 runs in the progress. It has taken him only 24 innings. He then walked across the stumps and was bowled by Faulkner.

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