Vijay Shankar kept his nerve in the last over of the match after Virat Kohli hammered his 40th century as India vanquished Australia in an exciting experience in Nagpur on Tuesday. On account of this triumph, India turned into the second group ever in the historical backdrop of this arrangement to enlist 500 successes after Australia (558 successes in 924 matches). 

With 11 runs required from the last over of the match and Marcus Stoinis in best structure, Shankar kept his quiet and with two wickets in three balls, he had the capacity to secure the counterpart for Virat Kohli & Co. 

The two cutting edge pace bowlers - Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami - were both finished with their quantity of ten overs and despite the fact that Kedar Jadhav had two overs left, Kohli gave the ball to Shankar and he didn't frustrate. 

With the principal chunk of the over he caught the in-structure Stoinis LBW for 52 and after that lined it up with the wicket of Adam Zampa on the third wad of the over as he castled the tail-ender. 

Prior, Kohli proceeded with his splendid keep running of structure against Australia as he hammered his 40th ODI century in the second round of the five-coordinate arrangement in Nagpur on Tuesday. On account of this century, the Indian cricket group captain came the second cricketer ever to score 40 centuries in this configuration of the diversion alongside Sachin Tendulkar (49). 

Kohli looked totally in charge against the Australia bowlers and simultaneously, had the capacity to score his eighteenth century in ODIs as captain. Right now, he is just second to previous Australia captain Ricky Ponting (22).

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