Driven by hundreds from David Warner and captain Aaron Finch, Australia chased down the target of 256 without losing a wicket in the first ODI against India at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Tuesday. This was the first time in ODI cricket history that Australia defeated India by 10 wickets. Shikhar Dhawan top-scored for India, scoring 74(91).
Slamming 128* off 112 balls in the first ODI against India, David Warner on Tuesday scored his 18th ODI hundred. Warner is now at joint second position with former Australia cricketer Mark Waugh in the list of Australia's all-time highest ODI hundred scorers. Former captain Ricky Ponting is at the top with 29 ODI hundreds in 374 matches.
Shikhar Dhawan said, "Where we lost four wickets in a go, that's where the game changed". After Rohit Sharma's wicket, Dhawan and KL Rahul had stitched a 121-run partnership for the second wicket. India were 134/1 at one stage and lost their next four wickets for 30 runs.
They will play their second One-Day in Rajkot on Friday.