India vs Australia 1st ODI Highlights: Australia crush India by 10 wickets | Cricket News
It’s all over! Australia (258/0) thump India (255 all-out) by 10 wickets
Skipper Aaron Finch and David Warner smashed unbeaten centuries to help Australia thrash India by 10 wickets in the first ODI of the three-match series on Tuesday. Chasing 256 for win, Finch (110 not out) and Warner (128 not out) took the Indian bowlers to the cleaners to register the emphatic win with 74 balls to spare and take a 1-0 lead in the series. The second ODI of the series will be played in Rajkot on Friday.
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OVERS 37.4: FOURS! David Warner (128*) completes the chase in style, hitting back-to-back fours off Mohammed Shami.
250 comes up for Australia in 37.2 overs
OVERS 37: Australia 249/0, need 7 more to win
Both openers scoring 100+ in an ODI vs India before today:
G Marsh – D Boon (Jaipur 1986)
G Kirsten – H Gibbs (Kochi 2000)
Mohd Hafeez – Nasir Jamshed (Mirpur 2012)
U Tharanga – M Jayawardene (Kingston 2013)
Q de Kock – H Amla (Durban 2013)
HUNDRED for Aaron Finch off 108 balls, his 16th in ODIs. Australia 235/0 in 34.5 overs
Like Warner, Finch also reached the landmark with a four. He hit two sixes and 12 fours so far.
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OVERS 34: Australia 229/0
Kuldeep Yadav ended his spell with a tidy three-run over. His final figures:
OVERS 33: Australia 226/0, need 30 more to win
11 RUNS! David Warner (113*) ended the Jasprit Bumrah over with back-to-back fours. Now the asking rate is below 2 now.
Highest partnerships at the Wankhede for any wicket:
213* – A Finch – D Warner (1st) vs Ind 2020
200 – R Taylor – T Latham (4th) v Ind 2017
164* – F du Plessis – AB de Villiers (3rd) v Ind 2015
154 – Q de Kock – F du Plessis (2nd) v Ind 2015
OVERS 31.2: SIX! Aaron Finch (89*) hits it over long-off for a maximum off Kuldeep Yadav.
Most ODI 100s for Australia:
29 – R Ponting
18 – M Waugh/
16 – A Gilchrist
15 – A Finch
10 – M Hayden
HUNDRED for David Warner off 88 balls, his 18th in ODIs. Australia 201/0 in 30.2 overs
Warner reached the landmark with a four off Jasprit Bumrah. The left-hander hit three sixes and a dozen fours so far as he completed double hundred partnership with Aaron Finch.
CENTURY! There it is! ODI hundred No.18 for David Warner and it’s come off just 88 balls! What a knock #INDvAUS https://t.co/mAKS5TNf0S
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OVERS 30: Australia 197/0, need 59 more off 120 balls
The required rate has gone down below 3 per over now
OVERS 28.5: NOT OUT! Successful review from the Australians. There was a faint inside edge, and David Warner, on 90, survives the LBW decision.
OVERS 28: Australia 187/0, need 69 more to win
Runs coming quite easily for the Australian openers. David Warner (89*) and Aaron Finch (81*) are in their eighties now and must be looking to score their respective hundred.
OVERS 25: Australia 172/0 at the half-way mark. (David Warner 81* & Aaron Finch 77*)
OVERS 24: Australia 166/0, need 90 more to win
10 RUNS! Aaron Finch (76*) scored 10 runs off Mohammed Shami in the over, hitting two fours in it.
* Australia need 100 more to win the match, and the required rate is well below 4 per over.
OVERS 22.5: SIX! David Warner (76*) smacks Kuldeep Yadav over long-on for a maximum.
150 comes up for Australia in 22.4 overs
OVERS 21: Australia 143/0
Big appeal for LBW against Aaron Finch, on 62, but umpire was unmoved. Another tidy over from Kuldeep Yadav, just three runs off it including a wide.
OVERS 19.4: NOT OUT! India lost their review. There was an inside edge off Aaron Finch’s bat before the ball hit Aussie skipper’s pad. Bowler Jadeja was confident, but umpire was right to call it a ‘not out’.
OVERS 17: Australia 118/0
Another tidy over from Kuldeep Yadav, gave away just three singles in it. But India need wickets.
OVERS 16: Australia 115/0. Time for drinks break!
FIFTY for Aaron Finch off 52 balls, his 25th in ODIs. Australia 115/0 in 15.4 overs
Finch hit a six and 8 fours to reach the landmark.
OVERS 15: Australia 110/0
Good, tidy over from Kuldeep Yadav. A single and five straight dot balls from the spinner.
FIFTY for David Warner off 40 balls, his 21st in ODIs. Australia 110/0 in 14.1 overs
Warner hit two sixes and six fours to reach the landmark.
* Aaron Finch (49*) brings up
100 for Australia in 12.3 overs with a big six off Kuldeep Yadav
OVERS 12: Australia 94/0
A six and a leg bye, Ravindra Jadeja started with a seven-run over.
* Bowling change from both ends. Ravindra Jadeja into the attack
OVERS 11: Australia 87/0
Good start from Kuldeep Yadav, but he was unlucky in it. Two leading edges, both off Finch’s bat, landed at no man’s land. Just three singles off it.
OVERS 10: Australia 84/0, need 172 more to win
13 RUNS! This time David Warner (37*) hit two fours off Shardul Thakur in the over. It’s raining boundaries at the Wankhede.
OVERS 9: Australia 71/0
10 RUNS! Another big over for the visitors as Aaron Finch (40*) hit two fours off Mohammed Shami in it.
OVERS 8: Australia 61/0
15 RUNS! 4, 0, 4, Wd, 0, 6, 0 – David Warner (25*) hit a six and two fours off Sardul Thakur in the over. Big one for the visitors.
OVERS 7.5: SIX! David Warner (25*) smacks Shardul Thakur over wide long-on for first maximum of the run chase.
50 comes up for Australia in 7.1 overs — 50/0
Fewest innings to 5000 ODI runs:
101 – H Amla
114 – V Richards/ V Kohli
115* – D WARNER
116 – J Root
118 – B Lara/ S Dhawan
David Warner (10*) completes 5000 runs in ODIs with a four off Jasprit Bumrah. He reached the landmark in his 117th match, quickest by an Aussie batsman.
Australia 41/0 in 6.2 overs
OVERS 6: Australia 37/0
Good, dramatic start from Shardul Thakur. It had a big LBW appeal and a successful review from Warner, on 5, to change caught behind decision against him. And it ended with a misfield from Manish Pandey, which cost the hosts two runs.
OVERS 5.4: NOT OUT! Good review from Australia. UltraEdge shows no spike, so David Warner survives.
* Bowling change, Shardul Thakur comes into the attack.
* Aaron Finch (25*) and David Warner (5*) take
Australia to 33/0 in 5 overs
OVERS 4: Australia 25/0
11 RUNS! Big over for the visitors as Aaron Finch (21*) hit two fours off Jasprit Bumrah in it.
Update on Rishabh Pant
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OVERS 2: Australia 8/0
Good, tidy start from Jasprit Bumrah, gave away just three runs in it including a leg bye.
* KL Rahul is keeping for India at the moment, and Manish Pandey is fielding in place of Rishabh Pant.
OVER 1: Australia 5/0
Good comeback from Mohd Shami, ended the over with three straight dot balls.
OVER 0.3: FOUR! Aaron Finch starts with a first-ball four, off Mohd Shami.
Welcome Back! David Warner and Aaron Finch to start Australia run chase. Mohd Shami will begin the Indian attack.
That’s it! India set 256-run target for Australia
Left-arm pacer Mitchell Starc scalped three batsmen as Australia bundled out India for 255 in 49.1 overs after electing to bowl in the opening match of the ODI series on Tuesday. India did not drop any of their three openers — Rohit Sharma (10), Shikhar Dhawan (74) and KL Rahul (47) — with skipper Virat Kohli (16) deciding to bat at number four. When Dhawan and Rahul were at the crease, India were cruising towards a big total but their dismissal in space of 10 balls affected their run-rate. They raised a 121-run partnership for the second wicket. The hosts struggled to raise any substantial partnership after that but Kuldeep Yadav’s useful 17-run cameo help the team cross the 250-run mark. Wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant, who has been under the scanner for some time, yet again frittered away a good start, scoring 28 off 33 balls. The Wankhede stadium track offered good bounce to Australia pacers, who were willing to be patient and were rewarded for being disciplined.
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OVERS 49.1: OUT! Second wicket for Kane Richardson, Mohd Shami gone for 10. India 255 all-out
OVERS 49: OUT! Kuldeep Yadav run out for 17. India 255/9
Kuldeep’s cameo ended on 17 off 15 balls, which included two fours. Mitchell Starc also completed his spell with figures of
3 for 56 in 10 overs.
OVERS 48.4: FOUR! This time Kuldeep Yadav (16*) hits it straight over Mitchell Starc for a four.
250 comes up for India in 48.3 overs — 250/8
OVERS 48.1: FOUR! Kuldeep Yadav (11*) smashes a four through covers off Mitchell Starc.
OVERS 48: India 243/8
Another tidy over from Kane Richardson, gave away just three singles in it.
OVERS 47: India 240/8
FOUR! Mohammed Shami (8*) smashed a four off the last ball of Mitchell Starc over. 7 runs came from it.
OVERS 46: India 233/8
Pat Cummings completed his spell with a three-run over. His figures:
OVERS 44.5: OUT! Mitchell Starc cleans up Shardul Thakur for 13. India 229/8
That’s the end of Thakur’s cameo. Thakur hit two fours during his 10-ball knock.
OVERS 44.2: NOT OUT! Good review from the Indians. Starc’s ball was missing the leg stump. Mohd Shami survives.
OVERS 43.5: FOURS! Shardul Thakur (11*) hits back-to-back fours off Pat Cummins. India 226/7
OVERS 43.2: OUT! Pat Cummins strikes to dismiss Rishabh Pant (28). India 217/7
A late decision from the umpire as the ball hit the bat before ricocheting from Pant’s helmet towards Turner at backward point for simple catch. An extra bounce did the damage for the India keeper batsman.
OVERS 42.1: OUT! Kane Richardson scalps Ravindra Jadeja (25). India 213/6
India lost a wicket at a wrong time. Jadeja-Pant partnership was looking good in the middle, before the former edged one to the keeper Carey after scoring 32-ball 25. Jadeja hit a six and two fours as he added a valuable 49 runs for the sixth wicket with Pant.
OVERS 42: India 213/5
13 RUNS! After hitting a six, Rishabh Pant (27) ended the Ashton Agar over with a four. Agar completed his spell, his figures:
OVERS 41.2: SIX! Rishabh Pant (22*) charges out and smacks Ashton Agar over deep mid-wicket for a maximum.
200 comes up for India in 41 overs — 200/5 (Jadeja 24* & Pant 16*)
OVERS 40: India 195/5
Ravindra Jadeja (22*) ended the Ashton Agar over with a four to third man. Nine runs came from it.
OVERS 39: NOT OUT! Ravindra Jadeja (15*) survives a close run out call.
OVERS 38: India 183/5
MAIDEN OVER! Ashton Agar now came up with a maiden over. Jadeja (13*) and Pant (11*) are finding it tough to score freely in the middle.
OVERS 36.4: FOUR! Jadeja hits another boundary, this time a four off Mitchell Starc.
OVERS 35.5: SIX! Ravindra Jadeja (8*) smacks Ashton Agar over deeep mid-wicket for a maximum. A welcome boundary for the hosts.
OVERS 34: India 166/5
Adam Zampa completed his spell with a tidy over, gave away just two singles to finish with figures of 1 for 53 in 10 overs.
* Four wickets for 30 runs in 5.5 overs for India. Australia in the driver’s seat
OVERS 32.5: OUT! Mitchell Starc dismisses Shreyas Iyer (4). India 164/5
Another wicket fell for the hosts cheaply. Iyer edged one to keeper Alex Carey off Mitchell Starc.
* India on the backfoot after losing three wickets — Virat Kohli, Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul, in 4.1 overs. The hosts are 156/4 in 31.2 overs from 134/1 in 27 overs. Need a good stand from youngsters Shreyas Iyer and Rishabh Pant, if the hosts have to set a decent target for the Australians.
OVERS 31.2: OUT! Caught & Bowled. Adam Zampa gets rid of Virat Kohli (16). India 156/4
Just after hitting a six off the first ball, Kohli hit it straight to the bowler. Big breakthrough for the visitors. India skipper hit a six during his 14-ball cameo.
150 comes up for India in 30.5 overs — 150/3
OVERS 30: India 147/3
Two new batsmen, Virat Kohli (9*) and Shreyas Iyer (2*) , in the middle for the hosts. India lost two wickets and scored 47 runs during the 20-30 overs period.
OVERS 28.5: OUT! Pat Cummins removes Shikhar Dhawan (74). India 140/3
A leading edge and Ashton Agar took a well-judged ctahc at mid-off. Bowling change worked for the visitors. Dhawan hit a six and nine fours during his 91-ball innings.
OVERS 28: India 137/2
Succesful over from Ashton Agar, a big wicket and three runs off it including a leg bye.
OVERS 27.1: OUT! Ashton Agar gets rid of KL Rahul (47). India 134/2
Soft Dismissal! Rahul hit it straight to Steve Smith at covers, as the batsman missed a well-deserved half-century. Rahul hit four boundaries during his 61-ball knock, and added 121 for the second wicket Shikhar Dhawan.
OVERS 27: India 134/1
OVERS 25: India 126/1 at the half-way mark. What will be the final score for India?
OVERS 24.3: SIX! Shikhar Dhawan (69*) smacks Ashton Agar over mid-off for first maximum of the match.
OVERS 24: India 117/1
No boundaries for the hosts since the 20th over. Dhawan (63*) and Rahul (40*) going steadily in the middle.
100-run partnership between Shikhar Dhawan (62*) and KL Rahul (37*). India 113/1 in 23.2 overs
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OVERS 22: India 109/1
Another tidy over from Adam Zampa, gave away just four singles in it.
OVERS 20.2: DROPPED! David Warner put down a tough chance at short mid-wicket to give Shikhar Dhawan, on 55, a life.
OVERS 20: India 100/1 (Shikhar Dhawan 55* & KL Rahul 31*)
FIFTY for Shikhar Dhawan off 66 balls, his 28th in ODIs. India 94/1 in 19.1 overs
Dhawan hit 8 fours to reach the landmark.
FIFTY! A hard-fought half-century for @SDhawan25 off 66 deliveries. This is his 28th in ODIs. #INDvAUS https://t.co/6COdZJw5QP
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OVERS 19: India 93/1
Back-to-back tidy overs from the Australian spinners. After Zampa gave away four runs in the 18th, Agar conceded just three in the 19th.
OVERS 16.4: FOUR! Shikhar Dhawan (43*) in his forties with the boundary off Ashton Agar.
OVERS 15.4: FOUR! KL Rahul (26*) hits it, off Kane Richardson, behind square leg for his fourth boundary.
OVERS 15: India 72/1. Time for first drinks break!
Shikhar Dhawan (37*) and KL Rahul (21*) going strong in the middle for the hosts.
* 50-run partnership between Shikhar Dhawan (37*) and KL Rahul (15*).
India 65/1 in 13.2 overs
A steady 50-run partnership comes up between this duo. #INDvAUS https://t.co/iwjocRaPeW
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OVERS 13: India 59/1
Good start from spinner Adam Zampa, gave away just four singles in his first over.
Shikhar Dhawan completed 1000 ODI runs against Australia, fifth Indian to achieve the feat after Sachin Tendulkar, MS Dhoni, Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma.
OVERS 12: India 55/1
After playing four dot balls, Shikhar Dhawan (34*) ended the Pat Cummins over with back-to-back fours.
50 comes up for India in 11.5 overs — 51/1
10 overs gone! India 45/1. Dhawan 25*, Rahul 8*
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OVERS 9.3: FOUR! Dhawan picks the length and sends the ball towards mid off. Dhawan is dealing in boundaries right now.
Pat Cummins is back into the attack. This is his fourth over.
End of OVER 9: 8 runs off Richardson’s over.
OVERS 8.4: FOUR! Terrific shot from Dhawan. Short from Richardson. Dhawan pulls it away towards fine leg.
OVERS 8.1: FOUR! Dhawan welcomes the pacer with a magnificent boundary towards deep mid wicket. Typical Dhawan-made shot.
Richardson starts his second over.
End of OVER 8: 9 runs off Starc’s over. India 30/1
OVERS 7.4: FOUR! Dhawan does it again. He sends Starc towards deep mid wicket. This is turning out to be a good over for India.
OVERS 7.3: FOUR! Dhawan steps forward and pushes the ball towards long on. Confident shot from the left-hander.
Starc starts his 4th over.
End of OVER 7: Richardson concedes just 2 runs off his opening over.
Bowling change for Australia. Kane Richardson comes into the attack.
End of OVER 6: 2 runs off Cummins over.
OVERS 5.5: REVIEW! A loud lbw appeal from Cummins against Dhawan. Umpire says NOT OUT. Finch discussing with Cummins and asks for a review. The ball pitching outside the line. It’s NOT OUT. Dhawan survives.
OVERS 5.1: Oh boy! India almost lost Dhawan. Dhawan plays an upper cut and the ball falls short of Adam Zampa at third man. Cummins isn’t happy with this.
Cummins start his third over.
End of OVER 5: 4 runs and a wicket off Starc’s over. India 17/1
OVERS 4.6: FOUR! KL Rahul opens his account with a superb boundary towards fine leg.
OVERS 4.3: WICKET! Mitchell Starc draws first blood. The Australian star pacer ends Rohit Sharma’s vigil with a fuller. Rohit tries to loft but finds David Warner at mid off. Big wicket for Australia.
OVERS 4.1: Rohit tries to attack but the ball goes off the pads. Good carry by Australia stumper Alex Carey.
Starc starts his third over.
End of OVER 4: Maiden over from Pat Cummins.
STAT ATTACK: In 10 ODI innings since the start of 2019, Shikhar Dhawan was dismissed by left-arm pacers on eight times.
End of OVER 3: After an expensive opening over (8 runs), Starc concedes just 2 in his second over.
Starc starts his second over.
End of OVER 2: Brilliant over from Cummins. Just 3 runs off it.
OVERS 1.2: Dhawan cuts the ball towards third man and takes a single. Rohit is on strike now.
Pat Cummins comes into the attack
End of OVER 1: 8 runs off Starc’s over. Rohit 8*, Dhawan 0*. India 8/0
OVER 0.5: FOUR! Absolutely glorious shot from Rohit. He swings his bat and sends the ball towards deep extra cover region.
OVER 0.1: FOUR! What a way to get off the mark. Rohit sends Starc through covers for a boundary.
India openers Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma are in the middle. Mitchell Starc will open the attack for Australia.
INDIA: Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, Lokesh Rahul, Virat Kohli (captain), Shreyas Iyer, Rishabh Pant (wk), Ravindra Jadeja, Shardul Thakur, Kuldeep Yadav, Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah
AUSTRALIA: David Warner, Aaron Finch (captain), Marnus Labuschagne, Steven Smith, Ashton Turner, Alex Carey (wk), Ashton Agar, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Kane Richardson, Adam Zampa
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Virat Kohli (INDIA):
We would have fielded first as well. It is a good challenge for us. Pretty happy to be batting first. We are pretty happy with the toss. At home, I don’t think anyone else challenged so much. They won last time. Quality sides will challenge you everywhere. We are very excited.
Aaron Finch (AUSTRALIA):
We are gonna bowl first. Looks like a reasonably good wicket. Hopefully, there will be some dew later. The feeling is very good. Lot of guys have been playing Tests and BBL. The guys are pretty confident. I think the guys that have come in, have done well. We are going with two spinners.
UPDATE: India are going with Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul and Shikhar Dhawan.
UPDATE: Shivam Dube, Navdeep Saini, Yuzvendra Chahal, Kedar Jadhav and Manish Pandey are not in the playing XI.
TOSS: Australia captain Aaron Finch wins toss, opts to field at Wankhede
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Both captains Virat Kohli and Aaron Finch are in the middle for the toss.
UPDATE: Marnus Labuschagne to make his ODI debut today.
JUST IN: Marnus Labuschagne to make his ODI debut today against India. He becomes Australian ODI player No.229. #INDvAUS
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