Australia's miserable recent ODI form was apparent once more as they slumped to a 6-wicket loss to India in Hyderabad in the first of a five-match ODI series. Kedar Jadhav and MS Dhoni made a hundred run partnership stand between them with both of them hitting wonderful fifties at crucial moment.
Indian team's new kit, which has been inaugurated in the ongoing first one-day global against Australia, was launched by Nike in the presence of former captain Dhoni, current Indian captains Virat Kohli and Harmanpreet Kaur, Test deputy Ajinkya Rahane and youngsters Prithvi Shaw and Jemimah Rodrigues on Friday. Maxwell continued his good form from the T20I series as he made 51-ball 40, while Turner made 23-ball 21.
Former captain Dhoni, on Saturday, became the most profilic six-hitter for India in one-day internationals as he hit 216th six for India in the first ODI against Australia.
This will be the kit that India sport at the World Cup starting on May 30 in England.
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It was then when Jadhav staged a brilliant turnaround with veteran wicket-keeper-batsman Mahendra Singh Dhoni who remained unbeaten on 59 off 72 deliveries. "Even with the bat, he was all geared up that 'I'm going to finish the game, I just want an opportunity.' He looks in a great shape and that's good for the team".
During their time of batting together, Sharma tried a unique shot, which perhaps no one was expecting him to play given the situation of the match.
"I just try to give my best for the team, and I keep taking feedback from the experienced players. We as a team have always believed in the process more than the result and as long as you take care of that process, you are bound to get results", said Jadhav. "I think the bowling (won the game for us)".
For Aussie skipper Aaron Finch, things have gone from bad to worse.