Australia Outshines India by 10 Wickets

Australia Outshines India by 10 Wickets

Australia Outshines India by 10 Wickets

The Australia vs. India match finished off with a score of 258-255 where Australia had beaten the Indian team by 10 wickets. 

The Australian team won the first ODI against India on the match that had been held at Mumbai. Scoring an impressive 258-255, Australian players David Warner and Aaron Finch both scored centuries in the game. The cooperation of the impressive duo now serves as the highest partnership for any wicket match that stood against India. 

Australia also defeated India by ten wickets with 12.2 overs to spare. With the bowling efforts of Mitchell Starc, India was taken back in three different phases to finish with 3 for 56. Pat Cummins, on the other hand, was able to take down the wickets of Indian players Rishabh Pant and the returning Skihwar Dhawan.

Australian captain Finch also brought back Adam Zampa, a player that had troubled Kohli on some point on their last tour, who was also able to take down a wicket. 

The Indian fans may have been badly disappointed to see their idols lose on their home court but the Indian cricket team had given out statements that they will recover from this loss. 

The second match for the Australia vs. India ODI series will be held on the 17th of January where the odds for India are -121.95 and +104 for Australia. To check the odds of other upcoming matches, head over to Betwala. 

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