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ICC World T20: India beats Australia, to reach semi-finals

  • ICC World T20, India, Australia, Virat Kohli, M S Dhoni

    Title favourites India stormed into the semifinals of the World T20 cricket tournament with a sensational six-wicket victory over Australia in their final group match, relying on Virat Kohli's batting heroics.

  • ICC World T20, India, Australia, Virat Kohli, M S Dhoni

    After restricting Australia to 160 for 6, Kohli (82 not out) provided the spark with a superlative display of batting to help India overhaul the target with five balls to spare in a thrilling showdown at the I S Bindra Stadium.

  • ICC World T20, India, Australia, Virat Kohli, M S Dhoni

    India turned the game on its head in the last four overs with the flamboyant Kohli unleashing a flurry of shots to take the game away from the Australians much to the delight of the capacity home crowd.

  • ICC World T20, India, Australia, Virat Kohli, M S Dhoni

    Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni (18 not out) hit the winning runs -- a four -- to the wild celebration at the Indian camp as well among the vociferous crowd.

  • ICC World T20, India, Australia, Virat Kohli, M S Dhoni

    India, who finished second in Super 10 Group 2, will take on the West Indies in the second semifinals in Mumbai on March 31. New Zealand take on England in the first semifinals on March 30 in New Delhi.

  • ICC World T20, India, Australia, Virat Kohli, M S Dhoni

    Let down by a poor start, India were left to get 39 in the last three overs but Kohli got the team home to 162 for four in 19.1 overs. His 82 not out came from 51 balls, studded with nine fours and two sixes.

  • ICC World T20, India, Australia, Virat Kohli, M S Dhoni

    The 18th over bowled by James Faulkner went for 19 runs and that swung the game in the home team's favour.

  • ICC World T20, India, Australia, Virat Kohli, M S Dhoni

    In the end, all hopes were pinned on premier batsman Kohli, who has made it habit of chasing down targets in testing times.

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