David Warner, Aaron Finch run riot in Mumbai as Australia thump India in first ODI

Here are the best photos from Australia's 10-wicket victory over India in the first ODI at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.

FirstCricket Staff January 14, 2020 22:10:52 IST
David Warner, Aaron Finch run riot in Mumbai as Australia thump India in first ODI
David Warner Aaron Finch run riot in Mumbai as Australia thump India in first ODI

David Warner top-scored with an unbeaten 124 as Australia thrashed India by 10 wickets in the first ODI of the three-match series at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. AP

David Warner Aaron Finch run riot in Mumbai as Australia thump India in first ODI

Warner was well assisted by his opening partner and skipper Aaron Finch, who smashed 110 off 114 deliveries. Together, they registered the highest stand for Australia against India in ODIs. AP

David Warner Aaron Finch run riot in Mumbai as Australia thump India in first ODI

In the bowling department, speedster Mitchell Starc picked up three crucial wickets for the visitors and finished with an economy rate of 5.60. AP

David Warner Aaron Finch run riot in Mumbai as Australia thump India in first ODI

Starc received valuable support at the other end from fellow pacers Pat Cummins and Kane Richardson, who picked up two wickets each and helped restrict India’s total to 255. AP

David Warner Aaron Finch run riot in Mumbai as Australia thump India in first ODI

For the Men in Blue, opening batsmen Shikhar Dhawan looked in good touch during his 74-run knock. He struck nine fours and a maximum during his stay at the crease. AP

David Warner Aaron Finch run riot in Mumbai as Australia thump India in first ODI

KL Rahul, Dhawan’s opening partner, also played a crucial knock of 47. Together, they shared a second-wicket stand of 121 runs off 136 balls to set the foundation for India's total. AP

David Warner Aaron Finch run riot in Mumbai as Australia thump India in first ODI

Left-handed batsmen Rishabh Pant (28 off 33 balls) and Ravindra Jadeja (25 off 32 deliveries) looked to up the ante towards the latter half of India’s innings but failed to help them post a target strong enough for the Aussies. AP

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