Aaron Finch gets to a hundred, Twitterverse asks him to allow others to bat!

Virat Kohli would be hoping they can seal the series here at Indore

Australian opener Aaron Finch missed out on the first two One-Day Internationals due to an injury, and it seems he is making the most of his return. Aaron Finch, who is making a comeback to the side, opened with David Warner after Australia won the toss and opted to bat first. Australia got off to a good start, but David Warner was sent packing for 42 off 44 balls. Hardik Pandya castles Warner’s stumps to give India its first breakthrough after Australia had compiled 70 runs. But there was no stopping Finch as he continued his new found form with his captain Steve Smith, who was fresh of a half-century at Eden Gardens. India already has a 2-0 lead in the series, hence this is a crucial game. Smith and Finch took Australia past 200, but just when he was looking to up the ante, he fell.

Finch was finally dismissed for 124 off 125 balls, his innings was laced with 5 sixes and 12 boundaries. It was Kuldeep Yadav who got the better of him, Kedar Jadhav took the catch. As we speak, Australia is looking good to go past 300 and make a game out of it. But once Finch was getting the runs Twitter reacted and this is how they did it.

India will look to win the Indore match and take an unassailable 3-0 lead.

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