David Warner and Aaron Finch celebrate as Australia win the first ODI between India and Australia held at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai on the 14th Jan 2020.
-Australia beat India by 10 wickets in the ODI series opener in Mumbai on Tuesday.
-India: 255 all out in 49.1 overs. (Dhawan 74, Rahul 47; Starc 3/56, Cummins 2/44, Richardson 2/43).
-Australia: 258/0 in 37.4 overs (Warner 124*, Finch 110*; Bumrah 0/50, Shami 0/58).
Australia gave India a harsh reality check with a 10-wicket hiding in the ODI series opener in Mumbai on Tuesday, exposing the home team’s middle-order frailty and putting to sword its bowling.
Anticipating dew in the evening session, Aaron Finch opted to field. India ended up with a below-par 255 on a decent batting surface after a middle-order failure.
Australia made short work of the target, racing to a resounding victory in 37.4 overs with David Warner (128 not out off 112) and Finch (110 not out off 114) smashing unbeaten centuries, making the Indian attack look rather ordinary.