sydney [[[[Australia], January 12 (Indiaprix): India suffered a 34-hand loss Australia in the first ODI sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) on Saturday.
Sharing the 289 Run Goal India lost the top three in the first four crossings. Australia Pacer Jason Behrendorff struck the visitors early in the first match of Shikhar Dhawan's name.
You can break Indian fort, pacer Jhye Richardson continued to take the important skipper Virat Kohl (3), which swept the ball out of his pads and went straight to Marcus Stoin. The fire-Richardson then rejected Ambati Rayudu at the same time trap.
After a slow start Rohit Sharma and Mahendra Singh Dhoni came in the middle and gradually settled in. IndiaThe n-player reaches a hard-to-reach 10,000 ODI milestone.
Ideally partnership with a third wicket duo moved slowly and the exchange of Hitman reached a super half-century. Dhoni registered the fifty-seventh ODI, who had a limit before he closed the 137-strain and gave a much needed breakthrough to the hosts. When Dhoni seemed to sweep the ball on his feet, he left it and left for 51 years.
Sharing with Wrinkle Sharma, Dinesh Karthik came out and held a score India and took his 150 by his side. However, with a short delivery by Richardson, Karthik seemed to be pulling, but the ball took his inner edge and he was in the bow 12.
Hitman, who led him to cross the 200 mark, also registered the 22nd ODI, which was also the seventh Australia and Fifth Australia. Richardson struck again and took his fourth kindergarten against Ravindra Jadeja (8).
Sharman's brave loneliness ended when he tried to bend the slow ball supplied by Marcus Stoinis, he got to the top and deep in midwicket, Glenn Maxwell took the catch. He starts to stand ovation from the SCG, which has made 133 balls out of 129 balls.
After Hitman's departure India finally killed when Kuldeep Yadav and Mohammed Shami were dismissed from three and one fast in a row. Although Bhuvneshwar Kumar remained unbeatable 29.
Richardson picked up four bitches while Behrendorff and Stoinis took two. Joining the party, Peter Siddle also took part.
With the first ODI win Australia now lead to 1-0 against three sets of matches India. (I-ALPHA)