In the penultimate over, Kohli’s direct hit sent Tim David Back.
In the third ball of the final over, Kohli plucked a stunning one-handed catch out of thin air at the boundary line to dismiss Pat Cummins.
Kohli’s jaw-dropping catch left not only Pat Cummins but the entire Australian dressing room was in disbelief.
With the bat, Kohli scored a nice little cameo. The six over the long off against Ashton Agar was probably the shot of the match. But he was bounced out by Mitchell Starc, when he was looking set for a good knock.
Earlier, KL Rahul (57 off 33) and Suryakumar Yadav (50 off 33) smashed entertaining half-centuries to power India to 186 for seven after Australia opted to bowl at the Gabba.
Shami, who last played a competitive game in July and landed here after suffering a long bout of COVID-19, turned up to bowl the last over of the game and made a decisive impact on the game.
He landed yorker after yorker and ended up with three wickets in the over besides a run out. Shami was drafted into the squad as a replacement for the injured Jasprit Bumrah.