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Australia (Batting)

    • Batsman
    • R
    • B
    • 4s
    • 6s
    • SR
    • David Warnerc Pandey b Patel
    • 53
    • 62
    • 5
    • 0
    • 85.48
    • Aaron Finchc Bumrah b Pandya
    • 32
    • 36
    • 6
    • 0
    • 88.89
    • Steven Smith (C)lbw b Jadhav
    • 16
    • 25
    • 1
    • 0
    • 64.00
    • Peter Handscombc Rahane b Patel
    • 13
    • 17
    • 0
    • 0
    • 76.47
    • Travis Headb Patel
    • 42
    • 59
    • 4
    • 0
    • 71.19
    • Marcus Stoinislbw b Bumrah
    • 46
    • 63
    • 4
    • 1
    • 73.02
    • Matthew Wade (W)c Rahane b Bumrah
    • 20
    • 18
    • 0
    • 1
    • 111.11
    • James Faulknerrun-out Pandya
    • 12
    • 17
    • 0
    • 0
    • 70.59
    • Pat Cumminsnot-out
    • 2
    • 2
    • 0
    • 0
    • 100.00
    • Nathan Coulter-Nileb Kumar
    • 0
    • 1
    • 0
    • 0
    • 0.00

Extras: 6 (w 3, nb 0, lb 2, b 1)

Total: 242 (9 wickets; 50.0 Overs)

Did not bat: Adam Zampa,

Fall of Wicket: 1-66(Aaron Finch,11.3ov), 2-100(Steven Smith,19.3ov), 3-112(David Warner,22.2ov), 4-118(Peter Handscomb,24.2ov), 5-205(Travis Head,43ov), 6-210(Marcus Stoinis,44.2ov), 7-237(Matthew Wade,49ov), 8-242(James Faulkner,49.5ov), 9-242(Nathan Coulter-Nile,50ov)

India (Bowling)

    • Bowlers
    • O
    • M
    • R
    • WK
    • ECO
    • Bhuvneshwar Kumar
    • 8
    • 40
    • 1
    • 5.00
    • Jasprit Bumrah
    • 10
    • 51
    • 2
    • 5.10
    • Hardik Pandya
    • 2
    • 14
    • 1
    • 7.00
    • Kuldeep Yadav
    • 10
    • 48
    • 0
    • 4.80
    • Kedar Jadhav
    • 10
    • 48
    • 1
    • 4.80
    • Axar Patel
    • 10
    • 38
    • 3
    • 3.80

India (Batting)

    • Batsman
    • R
    • B
    • 4s
    • 6s
    • SR
    • Ajinkya Rahanelbw b Coulter-Nile
    • 61
    • 74
    • 7
    • 0
    • 82.43
    • Rohit Sharmac Coulter-Nile b Zampa
    • 125
    • 109
    • 11
    • 5
    • 114.68
    • Virat Kohli (C)c Stoinis b Zampa
    • 39
    • 55
    • 2
    • 0
    • 70.91
    • Kedar Jadhavnot-out
    • 5
    • 8
    • 1
    • 0
    • 62.50
    • Manish Pandeynot-out
    • 11
    • 11
    • 2
    • 0
    • 100.00

Extras: 2 (w 1, nb 0, lb 1, b 0)

Total: 243 (3 wickets; 42.5 Overs)

Did not bat: Hardik Pandya, MS Dhoni (W), Axar Patel, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kuldeep Yadav, Jasprit Bumrah,

Fall of Wicket: 1-124(Ajinkya Rahane,22.3ov), 2-223(Rohit Sharma,39.1ov), 3-227(Virat Kohli,39.4ov)

Australia (Bowling)

    • Bowlers
    • O
    • M
    • R
    • WK
    • ECO
    • Pat Cummins
    • 7
    • 29
    • 0
    • 4.14
    • Nathan Coulter-Nile
    • 9
    • 42
    • 1
    • 4.67
    • Marcus Stoinis
    • 4
    • 20
    • 0
    • 5.00
    • James Faulkner
    • 5.5
    • 37
    • 0
    • 7.16
    • Adam Zampa
    • 8
    • 59
    • 2
    • 7.38
    • Travis Head
    • 6
    • 38
    • 0
    • 6.33
    • Aaron Finch
    • 3
    • 17
    • 0
    • 5.67

Over 43 India 243/3/No

That's it from us! The ODI series has come to close and India have won convincingly. Australia may have been outclassed, but there are positives for them to take and work on. They're going to have to do it quick too as the T20I series will begin in a few days. It's a different format and they have a fresh chance to bounce back. The first game will take place on 7th October in Ranchi at 1900 local (1330 GMT). Do join us for all the action. Till then, goodbye and take care!
Indian captain, Virat Kohli says he is feeling really good and it was a very convincing series win for them. Adds that they have repeated what they did in Sri Lanka and is really proud and happy. Further adds that the management is playing a massive role in motivating the players. Feels that they have ticked most of the boxes in the series. Also says that Bhuvi and Bumrah were outstanding for them, class apart and that's been the difference. A word of praise for the spinners and terms Hardik Pandya as the biggest positive of the series. On competition within the side, Kohli replies that it's a good headache to have, better to have in-form players than those not up to the mark. Credits the hard work of his boys for all the success.
Man of the Series, Hardik Pandya says life is pretty good. Further says it's good to bat at No.4 and do good in the series. States there is always scope for improvement in everything he does. Adds by saying he works on his fitness and places a lot of importance on that. Ends by saying the different batting positions aren't what he's used to, so it's a learning experience for him.
Man of the Match, Rohit Sharma says he is fine, just cramps as the weather is hot here. Adds that he keeps it very simple and that has worked for him. Feels that he still has certain areas to work on and he is aware of his strengths and weaknesses. Also adds that it was tough initially and he decided to get his eye in first. Informs it was more about rotating the strike and he kept talking with his partner. Says that he loves playing against Australia as they are very competitive and that brings the best out of him.
Australian captain, Steven Smith says he thinks they were probably 30 runs under par. Adds his openers gave his side a good start but lost wickets in clumps later. Is disappointed with result and admits there obviously are a lot of things to work on. Thinks his team needs to get the right balance and put consistent performances on the board. Opines India thoroughly deserved to win the series 4-1. Is staunch when he says a lot of his players have played a lot of cricket in India so can't use 'a lack of experience' as an excuse. Feels they just have to be consistent and play well. States they have to keep a positive frame of mind, take the good things from this series and build on that. Further says his team is going to let this go pretty quickly and focus on the T20Is. Ends saying they want to go home with a trophy.
Australia didn't have the best of days today. A lot more was expected off them, especially after how they performed in the previous game. They threw away yet another start with the bat to end up with an under par score on the board, which was courtesy some quality bowling from the Indian spinner. And then, were toothless with the ball. They lacked inspiration and ultimately succumbed to the Indian onslaught they endured. A day to forget for them. Don't go anywhere, the presentation will be coming up in a bit...
A thumping performance from the Men in Blue. With this victory, they've won the series 4-1 and become the No.1 in the world in ODIs. With a target of 243 in front of them, India started off in the best manner possible. Sharma and Rahane got their team off to a blazing start. A century stand set the tone for the game before Rahane departed after scoring a fifty. Rohit (who scored an impressive ton) carried on with his skipper and the duo made a 99-run stand which more or less sealed the game. Jadhav and Pandey came in and added the finishing touches on a stunning chase.
42.5
J Faulkner to M Pandey, FOUR! There it is, Manish Pandey does it! INDIA WIN BY 7 WICKETS AND 43 BALLS TO SPARE! As comfortable as any win could come for them. Outstanding performance. Pandey drills this full ball past the diving mid on fielder and sends it all he way to the boundary line.
42.4
J Faulkner to M Pandey, FOUR! In the slot and Manish Pandey takes full advantage. Although, he didn't hit it cleanly, he won't mind. Fuller ball angling in on off, Pandey skews the slog off the inner half and beats the mid-wicket fielder all the way to the boundary line. India just one hit away from victory.
42.3
J Faulkner to M Pandey, Fraction straighter in line, on middle stump this time. Pandey with a comfortable defensive shot in response.
42.2
J Faulkner to M Pandey, Keeps it around the off stump line, it's defended down on the track right beside him.
42.1
J Faulkner to M Pandey, Angling back in on middle and off, Manish moves inside the line and defends it in front of mid-wicket.

Over 42 India 235/3/No

41.6
A Zampa to M Pandey, Pushed into the covers with the spin and a run is taken.
41.5
A Zampa to K Jadhav, Flighted ball outside the line of off stump, drilled down to long off for a run.
41.4
A Zampa to K Jadhav, Darts it quicker on leg, Jadhav misses his tickle and it goes off his pads on the leg side.
41.3
A Zampa to K Jadhav, Loops it up just outside off, Jadhav presents a tight front foot defensive shot.
41.2
A Zampa to M Pandey, Another googly, turning in on middle and leg, Pandey goes deep inside the crease and works it away in front of square leg for a single.
41.1
A Zampa to M Pandey, Googly outside off, Pandey covers the line and lets it be.

Over 41 India 232/3/No

40.6
J Faulkner to K Jadhav, The batsman has played that off the front foot and into the ground.
40.5
J Faulkner to K Jadhav, Stays right behind the line of the ball and guards it with a straight bat.
40.4
J Faulkner to K Jadhav, Length ball angling in from outside off, Jadhav walks across to get close to the ball and defends it in front of point.
40.3
J Faulkner to M Pandey, Full delivery aiming the base of off stump, Pandey looks to wrist it on the leg side but gets a leading edge which flies towards third man. Easy single taken.
40.2
J Faulkner to M Pandey, Fuller outside off, Pandey reaches out and pushes it to the man at short cover.
40.1
J Faulkner to M Pandey, From around the wicket, it's angling in on middle and off, Pandey defends it in front of mid-wicket with a closed face.

Over 40 India 231/3/No

Powerplay 3 signalled. 5 fielders allowed outside the ring now. India need 12 runs to win with 10 overs still to go.
39.6
A Zampa to K Jadhav, The batsman has defended it by getting right behind the line of the delivery.
39.5
A Zampa to K Jadhav, FOUR! A long hop from Adam Zampa, Jadhav doesn't waste the chance to cash in on it. He camps back and pulls it powerfully over mid-wicket for a one bounce boundary.
Manish Pandey is the next batsman in.
39.4
A Zampa to V Kohli, OUT! Kohli is gone looking to finish it off quickly. It's full and loopy around off, Kohli lofts it attempting to clear long off. He, much like Rohit, doesn't get the distance of it. Straight down the throat of Stoinis who takes it well.
39.3
A Zampa to V Kohli, FOUR! Shorter from Zampa, Kohli quickly picks the length up. He stays back and pulls it over mid-wicket for a boundary.
39.2
A Zampa to V Kohli, Pushed quicker on middle and off, defended by staying right behind the line.
Kedar Jadhav in next.
39.1
A Zampa to R Sharma, OUT! A terrific innings comes to an end! He was tired, so he just looked to finish it off as fast as he could. And with not many runs required to win, it wasn't much of a risk to take at this stage. Tossed up on middle and off, Rohit Sharma goes for the slog and lofts it over mid-wicket. Doesn't get the distance on it at all and it's taken comfortably by Coulter-Nile out in the deep. The Indian opener departs on 125, a blazing knock has come to an end.

Over 39 India 223/1/No

Adam Zampa back on.
38.6
J Faulkner to R Sharma, Full and fired well outside off, Rohit drills it hard back down the ground to long off for one. 20 required to win from 66.
38.5
J Faulkner to V Kohli, The batsman rocks onto the back foot and punches the ball. One run added to the total.
38.4
J Faulkner to R Sharma, Fuller around off, smashed aerially to long off for a single.
38.3
J Faulkner to R Sharma, SIX! So, so comfortable in playing that. Rohit Sharma makes the big hits look so easy. Shorter on off, he stands tall and muscles it over the long on boundary for half a dozen. He's targeted that area quite a lot today. Super hitting.
38.2
J Faulkner to R Sharma, Bit shorter in length on middle and off, Rohit hangs back and defends it back down the track.
38.1
J Faulkner to V Kohli, Flat and going straight outside off, Kohli opens the face of the bat and guides it to third man for a single.
38.1
J Faulkner to V Kohli, Not out! Seemed safe to the naked eye as well. Faulkner from around the wicket angles it down the leg side, Kohli looks to tickle it fine and Wade collects the ball in jiffy. Whips the bails off and there's a stumping appeal. It's taken upstairs and replays show that Kohli is fine. In the process. the TV umpire also checked whether there was an edge, but he found nothing. Wide is also signalled as a result.