India vs Australia Match Summary – Australia wins series in India after a decade
Visitors beat India by 35 runs in the final ODI to register their first win in New Delhi since 1998 and also secure their first series win on Indian soil in a decade. Catch all the India vs Australia match summary from all the major news platforms.
5th ODI: Australia win by 35 runs, clinch series in India after 10 years
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India suffered a 35-run defeat against Australia in the fifth and final one-day International (ODI) to lose the series 2-3 at Feroz Shah Kotla ground in New Delhi on Wednesday. With this Australia had ended the drought of 10 years to win a bilateral series in India as they won last bilateral series here in 2009. Indian batsmen faltered as they played rash shots which reduced India to 132 for 6 in 29th over. However, Kedar Jadhav (44 off 57 balls) and Bhuvneshwar Kumar (46 off 54 balls) stitched a 92 run partnership for 7th wicket to give India a glimmer of hope.
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IND vs AUS Post-Match Review…
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This time AUS won the toss and elected to bat first, though they chased successfully in Mohali stadium. Finch and Khawaja started cautious added 50 plus partnership for the opening wicket. Finch falls on 27. Handscomb and Khawaja added 99 runs for second wicket Partnership. At one stage Australia looks to post the huge total around 300 plus. But from brilliant captaincy from Kohli who made regular bowling changes assaults Australian middle order.Khawaja registered his another century when he was dismissed Australia 175/2 after that Australia slumped to 229/7. Later the combo of Richardson and Cummins added 42 runs in last four overs. Australia finally scored 272/9 in their quota 50 overs.
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India vs Australia, 5th ODI: Australia beat India by 35 runs ..
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What a comeback by the Australians. They lost the first two ODIs to trail the five-match series 0-2, before making a gallant fightback to win the final three games. Historic series victory for the visitors. The lasst time they won an ODI series in India was way back in 2009 .
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India vs Australia 5th ODI: Visitors complete remarkable turnaround to India red-faced at home
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Who said bilateral ODI series are boring? Going by the decider in Delhi, the charm is well and truly alive. However, the end result was not what the home team would have wished for as Australia beat India by 35 runs in the fifth and final ODI to register their first win in New Delhi since 1998 and also secure their first series win (3-2) on Indian soil in nearly a decade.
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India vs Australia | Twitter Left Stunned As India Suffer Series Loss Against Australia
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India suffered a 35-run loss in the fifth and final ODI against Australia at the Feroz Shah Kotla and ended up losing the series 3-2 – their first ODI series loss at home since 2015 against South Africa.
In 2019 Australia have played eight ODIs against India – ranked No. 2 in the ICC ODI rankings – and won four of them, including three in India. In the entirety of 2018 Australia only won two of their 13 ODIs. #INDvAUS
— Freddie Wilde (@fwildecricket) March 13, 2019
India vs Australia 5th ODI Highlights: Australia Outshine India By 35 Runs To Clinch Series 3-2
Australia produced disciplined bowling performance to bundle India to 237 runs and win the final One-Day International (ODI) by 35 runs to clinch the series 3-2 on Wednesday. In the chase, Pat Cummins dismissed centurion from Mohali, Shikhar Dhawan for 12. Rohit Sharma and captain Virat Kohli then added 53 runs for the second wicket before Kohli (20) edged a Stoinis delivery to be caught behind by Alex Carey. Youngster Rishabh Pant (16) and all-rounder Vijay Shankar (16) failed to grab their chances as they perished under pressure leaving Rohit Sharma helpless on the other end. Rohit failed to build a crucial partnership with Kedar Jadhav before he was stumped off Adam Zampa’s bowling for 56 runs.
India vs Australia: Statistical highlights of Delhi ODI – Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma set records
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Usman Khawaja struck his second century in three matches as Australia thumped India by 35 runs in their final one-dayer to seal a come-from-behind 3-2 series victory at the Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium on Wednesday.
Opener Khawaja strengthened his claim for a place in the World Cup squad with an elegant 100 to steer Australia to 272-9, though the tourists had looked on course to top 300 at one stage.