A never expected situation occurred when Team India bowler Jasprit Bumrah hit his career's first ODI six on the last ball of the Indian innings against Australia in the 4th ODI in Mohali.
With the help of Bumrah's mighty six, India went on to post 358/9 in 50 overs. The maximum on the last ball of the innings left the entire Indian camp astonished, with skipper Virat Kohli leading from the front by applauding the bowler's efforts.
Here's how Kohli reacted. 'That moment when @Jaspritbumrah93 hits the last ball for a maximum', the BCCI tweeted.
The maximum produced by Bumrah has not only left the Indian camp, but also Twitter amazed. Here's how the fans reacted.
The six also saw Jasprit Bumrah going back to the pavilion with a strike rate of 600.0.
Earlier, Shikhar Dhawan ended his prolonged bad patch with a career-best 143 off 115 balls and in Rohit Sharma's company guided India to a commanding 358/9 in the fourth ODI against Australia here Sunday.
India looked a completely different side with opening duo putting on 193 runs on arguably the flattest track on offer during the ongoing series.
While Dhawan got his 16th hundred in ODIs, vice-captain Rohit (95 off 92 balls) missed out on what could have been a very well-deserved 23rd hundred with Australian bowlers looking like lambs for slaughter.
Pat Cummins (5/70 in 10 overs) and Jhye Richardson (3/85 in 9 overs) shared the spoils but were taken to task by the Indian openers for their wayward bowling.
Dhawan, who last reached a three-figure mark against Pakistan in an Asia Cup match in September 2018, was in fluent touch from the onset, hitting 18 fours and three sixes.