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India vs Australia 2019, 1st ODI: Player Ratings

Syed Tariq
Modified 03 Mar 2019, 00:39 IST
Top 5 / Top 10


MS Dhoni provided good supporting hand to Kedar Jadhav with an unbeaten 59 runs knock.
MS Dhoni provided
supporting hand to Kedar Jadhav with an unbeaten 59 runs knock.

Rohit Sharma- 5/10

The Indian vice-captain struggled for timing but hung on to score 37 runs of 66 balls before being dismissed by Nathan Coulter-Nile in the 21st over.

Shikhar Dhawan - 1/10

Dhawan's poor ODI form in 2019 continued as he was dismissed of the very first ball by Nathan Coulter-Nile. 

Virat Kohli- 6/10

The Indian skipper looked in fine touch and scored an entertaining 44 runs of 45 balls before being trapped in front by Adam Zampa.

Ambati Rayudu- 2/10

Rayudu had a poor outing with the bat on his home ground and was dismissed for just 13 runs by Adam Zampa.


MS Dhoni- 8/10

The veteran batsman continued his good form in ODIs and scored his 4th consecutive half-century against Australia and added an unbeaten 141 runs for the 5th wicket with Kedar Jadhav to help India win the game

Kedar Jadhav- 10/10

Jadhav was India's star in today's game as his brilliant performances with both bat and ball helped India win the match by a comfortable margin of 6 wickets.

Vijay Shankar- 5/10

The all-rounder put up a disappointing performance with the ball as he conceded 22 runs from 3 overs but made up for it when he took a stunning catch to dismiss a well set Usman Khawaja which gives him additional points.

Ravindra Jadeja- 6/10

Despite not picking up a single wicket, Jadeja was the most economical bowler in today's game as he conceded just 33 runs in his 10 overs.

Kuldeep Yadav- 7/10

After being rested in the recently concluded T20I series, Kuldeep Yadav returned with a bang and troubled the Australian batsmen with his variations in his spell of 10-0-46-2.

Mohammed Shami- 8/10

Shami was India's best bowler in today's match as he bowled a brilliant spell of 10-2-44-2.

Jasprit Bumrah- 5/10

Compared to other Indian frontline bowlers, Bumrah had a rare off-day as he conceded 60 runs in his 10 overs but still managed to take 2 wickets.

Published 03 Mar 2019, 00:39 IST
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