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IND vs AUS Match Result 

- India vs Australia 2019 5th ODI
Australia 272/9 (50.0 ov)
India 237/10 (50.0 ov)
Australia won by 35 runs
Player of the match: Usman Khawaja
BOWLER
OV
M
R
W
ECO
10
0
47
2
4.7
4
0
31
2
7.75
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Over 50 IND: 237/10(RR 4.74) Bowler: M Stoinis Summary: 4 wd 1 1 . . W |
49.6 OUT! Bowled. Marcus Stoinis to Kuldeep Yadav. Yorker, middle stump on the front foot driving, missed to. Stoinis knocks over the middle stump and that will be that. What an excellent performance from the visitors. Who would have thought after the first two games that they would end up winning this series. There have been some superb individual performances but every man has contributed towards their winning effort. For India there will be concerns that when the top three don't make runs India rarely win. Congratulations to Aaron Finch and his side on their series victory.
That's it from us at the Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi. Hope you enjoyed our live coverage of India's last ODI series before the 2019 World Cup. Australia have won the T20Is 2-0 and ODIs 3-2. This is Ram Kumar and Aadya Sharma signing off on behalf of Sportskeeda. 
Australia captain Aaron Finch: It's unbelievable. The resilience and the fight that we showed was incredible. We've had our backs against the wall for a while now, but I'm really proud of the group for coming back. It's important to have a balanced side. We need a good balance of attack and defence. You need good batsmanship on these wickets against these really talented guys like Kuldeep, Chahal and Jadeja. Like I said, people have written us off for quite a while now. But the team that we have can win us the series and they can win us the World Cup (next).
Player of the Match & Player of the Series Usman Khawaja: It's a lot of fun scoring hundreds and even more winning games. Very good to come back from 0-2 down, and it's never easy to beat India at home. I just played depending on the conditions. Our spinners and our batters adapted really well and it was a team performance. Finch batted beautifully (too), there have been tough wickets and high-scoring ones. The batters chipped in, the bowling group chipped in, and credit to all the support staff because the atmosphere was really great even after we lost the first two games.
India captain Virat Kohli: We thought it was a gettable target. They got away from us a little bit at the end, and 15-20 more than we thought we were going to concede. Australia played with more passion, hunger and heart. They were braver in pressure situations, especially in the last 3 games, the way they handled the pressure, they really deserved to win. We didn't consider the dew in this game, because we can't control that. We have to live up to the potential we have as a side. We should be good enough to bowl with a wet ball or bat on a slowish sluggish surface. It's been a long season, and we can be proud of the cricket we have played over the last few months. Both teams played with equal intensity but the deserving side won in the end as I said before. We are more or less sorted with what we want to do. The guys just need to get their roles for the World Cup. Just one spot in the side that needs some discussion. The last three games were all about giving the fringe guys some chances but that's not an excuse at all. You don't need any motivation for the World Cup. All the sides will enjoy the tournament. We just want to relive the big moments and do well in the World Cup.
Time for the presentation ceremony. 
Australia have bounced back from being 0-2 down to win the series 3-2. This is some performance from a team which was not fancied to challenge the second-ranked Indian side. And they could only get stronger for the World Cup as Warner and Smith return. Meanwhile, for the Men in Blue, this series has thrown a spanner in the works regarding their World Cup plans. 
It's the first ODI series loss for India at home since 2015. 
Stoinis ends it with a yorker that slips through Kuldeep's bat and ends up slaying his stumps. It's victory for Australia! They've managed to comprehensively beat the Indians in their own den. "We back ourselves to do well while chasing," is what Kohli had said before the match. It just did not work out tonight. Aaron Finch runs from the outfield to the middle - personal form aside, he must be a happy man. 
49.5 Marcus Stoinis to Kuldeep Yadav. Short, down leg side down the track, Left to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Carey.
49.4 Marcus Stoinis to Kuldeep Yadav. Slower length ball, to leg backing away driving, to deep point for no runs, fielded by Richardson.
49.3 Marcus Stoinis to Jasprit Bumrah. Short, outside off stump on the back foot pulling, top edge in the air uncontrolled to square leg for 1 run, fielded by Handscomb.
Bumrah getting a barrage of bouncers in the middle. 
49.2 Marcus Stoinis to Kuldeep Yadav. Short, down leg side backing away pulling, in the air under control to deep mid wicket for 1 run, fielded by Handscomb.
49.2 Wide Marcus Stoinis to Kuldeep Yadav. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot, Left to wicketkeeper for 1 run, fielded by Carey.
49.1 FOUR! Marcus Stoinis to Kuldeep Yadav. Back of a length, down leg side backing away pulling, well timed past deep mid wicket for 4 runs.
Kuldeep Yadav not giving up without a fight. Clears his front leg and swats the ball to deep midwicket.
Over 49 IND: 231/9(RR 4.71) Bowler: J Richardson Summary: 1 1 W . . 1 |
48.6 Jhye Richardson to Jasprit Bumrah. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot driving, thick edge to deep backward square leg for 1 run.
48.5 Jhye Richardson to Jasprit Bumrah. Bouncer, outside off stump ducked, Left to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Carey.
48.4 Jhye Richardson to Jasprit Bumrah. Short, outside off stump on the back foot Fended, hit body to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Carey.
Jhye Richardson snaps up one more victim of his. This Indian innings is crumbling quicker than a soaked biscuit in tea.
48.3 OUT! Caught & Bowled. Jhye Richardson to Mohammed Shami. Short, outside off stump backing away pulling, top edge in the air uncontrolled to silly point, by Finch.
48.2 Jhye Richardson to Kuldeep Yadav. Back of a length, outside off stump backing away pulling, to mid on for 1 run, fielded by Finch.
48.1 Jhye Richardson to Mohammed Shami. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot pulling, mis-timed in the air uncontrolled to square leg for 1 run, fielded by Handscomb.
Shami doesn't mind slapping the ball around, but there's little elevation, or distance, that he's getting.
Over 48 IND: 228/8(RR 4.75) Bowler: P Cummins Summary: . 1 . . . 1 |