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Rattled India to end Kohli experiment

Rattled India to end Kohli experiment

Cricket: Australia claimed a record 10-wicket win over India in their first ODI clash in Mumbai with a century each to opening pair David Warner and Aaron Finch. It's the first time Australia has ever beaten India in an ODI by 10 wickets. While captain Aaron Finch told the Herald Sun he expected Kohli to again bat at No.4, one of the most adored leaders

Finch expects India to fight back in second ODI

Finch expects India to fight back in second ODI

Supplied video obtained Thursday, January 16, 2020, of Australian captain Aaron Finch speaking ahead of Australia's second ODI against India in Rajkot. Finch says he expects India to "fight back" hard to try and level the Series following Australia's comprehensive ten-wicket win in Mumbai. "They're a great side, got some world-class players," he says

Sport Now: Around the grounds

Sport Now: Around the grounds

Australia have recorded a history making victory against India in the first ODI, thanks to centuries to David Warner and Aaron Finch. The two openers were unbeaten at the close, making it Australia's first-ever ten wicket win against India. Image: Getty

Warner says he loves batting with Finch

Warner says he loves batting with Finch

Supplied video obtained Wednesday, January 15, 2020, of David Warner speaking to the media after Australia beat India by ten wickets, with 12.2 overs to spare, in the ODI series opener in Mumbai. Warner talks about his unbeaten partnership with Aaron Finch and says the two batsmen "complement each other" on the field. "It's just great to go out there

Records tumble in Australia’s big ODI win

Records tumble in Australia’s big ODI win

Australia have begun the new World Cup cycle with a huge 10-wicket win over India as David Warner and Aaron Finch hit centuries in the ODI series opener in Mumbai. (AAP Video) NO ARCHIVING AAP VIDEO BEYOND 48 HOUR NEWS USAGE

Aussie mauling makes cricket history

Aussie mauling makes cricket history

Cricket: David Warner and Aaron Finch both raise the bat, with the openers both scoring centuries overs apart from each other in Australia's 10-wicket win over India in the first ODI. Warner and Finch both scored unbeaten centuries in Tuesday night’s flogging in the Mumbai series opener, as the tourists chased down the target of 256 with 12.2 overs

‘Stuff them’: Secret behind Warner’s unreal form

‘Stuff them’: Secret behind Warner’s unreal form

Cricket: David Warner and Aaron Finch both raise the bat, with the openers both scoring centuries overs apart from each other in Australia's 10-wicket win over India in the first ODI. Warner, 33, became the fastest Aussie to 5000 ODI runs (115 innings) in Mumbai on Tuesday night and he has now thumped four centuries from his past eight 50-over matches

Australia's Warner and Finch smash tons to thrash India in first ODI

Australia's Warner and Finch smash tons to thrash India in first ODI

Australia openers David Warner and Aaron Finch both struck superb centuries to complement their bowlers’ inspired display as the touring side handed out a 10-wicket thrashing to India in the opening one-day international in Mumbai. India, world-ranked No 2 in ODIs, suffered a middle-order collapse on their way to being bundled out for 255 in the final

Fearless Zampa holds Indian sign over King Kohli

Fearless Zampa holds Indian sign over King Kohli

Cricket: David Warner and Aaron Finch both raise the bat, with the openers both scoring centuries overs apart from each other in Australia's 10-wicket win over India in the first ODI. Indian captain Virat Kohli heaped praise on Zampa’s aggressive style on Monday and then watched on in horror as he foreshadowed his own downfall when the attacking leg-spinner