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Australia vs India 2018-19
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- Australia vs India 2018-19 1st ODI
288/5 (50.0 ov)
254/9 (50.0 ov)
Australia won by 34 runs
Player of the match:
That's it from our side for the first ODI. We will be back for the second ODI on January 15. Till then, this is Vignesh Ananthasubramanian signing off.
Jhye Richardson, Man of the Match
: Credit to them, they gave us a run for our money in those middle overs. When you have a team three down early, it becomes difficult to bounce back. I am very happy to get (Kohli's) wicket, but more happy with the win. As a bowling unit, we are clear about our plans, doing our homework and being professional out there. I think it was about assessing the conditions more than anything else. Felt like bashing the wicket was quite difficult here. In the end, it became easier to bowl with the softer ball. My finger's fine.
Yeah, very pleased with the performance. We needed to take it deep with the ball and took the wickets at the crucial time. I thought we got a par total, Peter played a gem. In the middle period we played really well. We didn't score a lot of runs in the middle overs but we saved the wickets for the final overs. Jhye and Jason are full of confidence, they both have a good future ahead of them. We can always improve, it will be a good series.
We are not very pleased with the way we played. I thought we were fine with the ball, score of 300+ was par on that wicket. We thought 280 was chaseable on that wicket but losing three wickets in such a short span of time is never good. Rohit was outstanding and MS supported him well but we could have done better with the tempo of the game. They took the game deep, deep enough for us to feel we have a chance. MS got out at the wrong time as he was looking to up the scoring rate at that point. If we would have had one more partnership, we would have been close to the target. We lost early wickets and Australia were professional enough to not get us back in. Rayudu got a good ball, Shikhar was out on the first ball so you can't really look too much into it and I hit it sweetly but straight to the fielder. These things happen in ODI cricket but you don't stop playing shots. I think we have to take it as a day on which Australia played better than us. We are not stressed about the results, we need to figure out the things we need to improve as a side. Looking forward to the World Cup, I think every side has to have the best combination. The defeats like these make you aware of the things you need to improve on. We just want to play good cricket and correct our mistake in the next match.
Chasing 289, India were never in the hunt as they lost three wickets for 4 runs inside the first few balls. It was always going to be tough for the Indian batsmen from there on but MS Dhoni and Rohit Sharma put on a 100-run partnership before Dhoni was wrongly given out off the bowling of Dorff. DK and Jadeja departed soon after. But, Rohit was firm and tried his best to take India home but perished for 133. It was all but over after his dismissal as Bhuvi just delayed the inevitable as he scored 30 runs before getting out off the last ball. Jhye Richardson ended with figures of 4/26 while Dorff and Stoinis picked up two wickets apiece.
IND: 254/9(RR 5.08)
1 1 4 . 1 W
49.6 OUT! Caught. Marcus Stoinis to Mohammed Shami. Slower length ball, off stump on the front foot Slog, mis-timed in the air uncontrolled to deep mid wicket, by Maxwell.
Australia beat India by 34 runs to take a 1-0 lead in the series
49.5 Marcus Stoinis to Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Slower ball back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot pulling, top edge in the air uncontrolled to deep backward square leg for 1 run, dropped catch by Handscomb.
49.4 Marcus Stoinis to Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Off cutter length ball, outside off stump down the track driving, to cover for no runs.
49.3 FOUR! Marcus Stoinis to Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Off cutter length ball, outside off stump backing away driving, well timed in the air under control past deep extra cover for 4 runs. Brilliantly timed cover drive. Picked the slower ball very early and drilled it to the fence.
49.2 Marcus Stoinis to Mohammed Shami. Off cutter length ball, outside off stump on the front foot working, to backward square leg for 1 run, fielded by Behrendorff.
49.1 Marcus Stoinis to Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Off cutter length ball, outside off stump backing away driving, mis-timed in the air uncontrolled to point for 1 run, fielded by Lyon.
Kuldeep departs! He tried to scoop Siddle and skied one straight to Usman Khawaha at fine-leg.
IND: 247/8(RR 5.04)
4 1 1 2 1 W
48.6 OUT! Caught. Peter Siddle to Kuldeep Yadav. Slower length ball, down leg side moves in front pulling, mis-timed in the air uncontrolled to fine leg, by Khawaja.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar is making a statement here that he can score runs with the bat.
48.5 Peter Siddle to Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Yorker, down leg side backing away working, to deep mid wicket for 1 run, fielded by Maxwell.
48.4 Peter Siddle to Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Slower ball back of a length, outside off stump backing away driving, in the air under control to deep cover for 2 runs, fielded by Handscomb.
48.3 Peter Siddle to Kuldeep Yadav. Off cutter back of a length, down leg side on the back foot pulling, to deep square leg for 1 run, fielded by Handscomb.
48.2 Peter Siddle to Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Leg cutter length ball, outside off stump down the track driving, to cover for 1 run, fielded by Behrendorff.
48.1 FOUR! Peter Siddle to Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Leg cutter short, outside off stump on the back foot cutting, well timed in the air under control past third man for 4 runs.
Dropped! Bhuvi skies one and the ball was in the air for long time. Usman Khawaja had enough time to get underneath it and still, spills an easy chance. But, it is highly unlikely that it will hurt Australia here.
IND: 238/7(RR 4.96)
4 4 . 1 lb 1
47.6 Marcus Stoinis to Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Half volley, outside off stump on the front foot driving, mis-timed in the air uncontrolled to long on for 1 run, dropped catch by Khawaja.
47.5 Marcus Stoinis to Kuldeep Yadav. Off cutter length ball, middle stump moves in front working, hit pad to short fine leg for 1 run, fielded by Richardson.
47.4 Marcus Stoinis to Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Off cutter short, outside off stump on the back foot pulling, in the air under control to fine leg for 1 run, dropped catch by Behrendorff, fielded by Handscomb.
47.3 Marcus Stoinis to Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Off cutter length ball, outside off stump moves in front Scoop, Play and Miss (Leg Side) to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Carey.
Two fours in two balls for Bhuvi.
47.2 FOUR! Marcus Stoinis to Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Length ball, outside off stump down the track driving, well timed past deep point for 4 runs.