India’s five-match series win by 6 wickets in the first ODI the target of 237 runs out of 10 balls remaining.
How to bat on a slow wicket, the pair were to make the show that Dhoni-Kedar innings was a show. There is no risk, the wheel of the wheel runs one or two Boundary picked up when he got the ball in his zone. India, who was whitewashed in the Twenty20 series, won the first one-dayer with their consistency.
Australia won the toss and opted to bat on Saturday in the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium. Captain Aaron Finch struggled for runs to score runs before the opening of the run-scorer.
In the second wicket, Marcus Stevenis, with a 87-run opening partnership, took the team to a good position. Othman Khawaja India’s golden arm Kedar dismissed Steynis by 37 runs in 6 fours and Australia’s resistance was broken.
Riste spinner Kuldeep Yadav restored fifty-odd batsmen in a cautionary batting. Australia’s left-arm opener scored 50 runs in 76 balls with four fours and one six. Peter Dhanmondi handed him back to Peter handscom.
In the beginning, bowlers, bowled by tight bowlers Mohammad Shami bowled in front of the attack, left the dangerous Glenn Maxwell and the anointed Ashton Turner, trying to increase the run rate.
Alex Carey and Nathan Coulter-Nile took Australia to 235 after losing the first six batsmen to 173 runs. The pair added 62 runs for the seventh wicket in 10 overs. Kipper-batsman Carey remained unbeaten on 36 by 37 runs. Jupiter Bumrah has stopped 28 runs in three fours.
India’s Shami, Kuldeep and Bumrah took two wickets each.
Shikhar Dhawan returned to the first ball of the match. Australia, with Rohit Sharma, added 76 runs for the second wicket with Virat Kohli, who returned with LBW review. India captain smashed 44 runs and one in Chakkya 44 runs.
Rohit, who scored 37 runs in 66 balls, gave a simple catch when he shot Coulter-Nile in the first half. Ticketless Ambati Rayudu, a long time
Dhoni and Kedar showed the way to losing the first four batsmen in 99 balls in the 24th over. In the responsible batting, they made 141 runs to win the team. Dhoni and Kedar, who are struggling with difficult batting, are very difficult to play in the shot.
Kedar remained unbeaten on 81 not out from 87 balls and one six by 81 runs. Dhoni, who finished the match after scoring two fours, scored 59 runs off 72 balls.
Kedar won all-round match ceremonial award.
The second ODI will be held in Nagpur on Tuesday.
Australia: 245/5 in 50 overs (Khawaja 50, Finch 0, Steynis 37, handsome 19, Maxwell 40, Turner 21, Carey 36 *, Coulton-Nile 28, Cummins 0 *, Shami 2/44, Bumrah 2/60, Shankar 0/22, Kuldeep 2/46, Jajeda 0/33, Keda 1/31)
India: 440/4 in 48.4 overs (Rohit 37, Dhawan 0, Kohli 44, Rayudu 13, Dhoni 59 *, Kedar 81 *, Behrenndorf 0/46, Coulter-Nile 2/46, Cummins 0/46, Jampa, 2 / 49 STONES 0/52)