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India vs Australia: BCCI president Sourav Ganguly says hosts' 10-wicket defeat in first ODI was 'one bad day in office'

BCCI president Sourav Ganguly feels that India's humiliating 10-wicket defeat against Australia was 'one bad day in office' and the team has the capability to bounce back in the next two games.

India vs Australia: BCCI president Sourav Ganguly says hosts' 10-wicket defeat in first ODI was 'one bad day in office'

Mumbai: BCCI president Sourav Ganguly feels that India's humiliating 10-wicket defeat against Australia was "one bad day in office" and the team has the capability to bounce back in the next two games.

India's batting flopped as Australia surpassed a total of 255 easily, riding on hundreds from skipper Aaron Finch and the dashing David Warner.

"The next two one-dayers against Australia will be a cracker. This Indian team is a strong team. Just had a bad day in office .. been in this situation before and have come back to win from 2-0 down two seasons ago. Good luck," Ganguly tweeted.

India play the second ODI in Rajkot on Friday, 17 January, followed by the final game in Bengaluru on Sunday, 19 January.

Updated Date: January 15, 2020 22:17:32 IST

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