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India vs Australia, 1st ODI: India Stopped Australia at 188 Runs; Required 189 to Win

India and Australia squared off in the first ODI at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai. India won the toss and decided to bowl first.

Mitchell Marsh and Travis Head came to bat and Mohammed Shami opened the bowling attack. In the second over, Head hit a four on the second ball and it was the first boundary of the match. Head got out after scoring 5(10) and Siraj took the first wicket. In the 4th over, Marsh smashed three fours. In the 8th over, Mitchell Marsh hit two fours. Smith hit a four on the first ball in the 9th over and Australia reached 50 runs. In the 10th over, Mitchell Marsh smashed a six and it was the first six of the match. After 10 overs, AUS was at 59-1.

In the 13th over, Smith got out after scoring 22(30) on the third ball. In the 17th over, Mitchell Marsh smashed a four and it was the 14th half-century for him. He hit a four on the next ball and Australia reached 100 runs. In the 19th over, Mitchell Marsh smashed back-to-back two fours. In the 20th over, Mitchell Marsh hit a four on the third ball and got out after scoring 81(65) on the next ball. After 20 overs, AUS was at 133-3.

In the 23rd over, Labuschagne got out after scoring 15(22). Australia reached 150 runs in the 25th over. In the 28th over, Josh Inglis smashed a six on the third ball and got out on the fifth ball after scoring 26(27). In the 30th over, Green got out after scoring 12(19). After 30 overs, AUS was at 174-6.

In the 32nd over, Stoinis got out after scoring 5(8). In the 33rd over, Maxwell got out after scoring 8(10) and Mitchell Starc came to bat and opened the account with a four. In the 34th over, Abbott got out on duck. In the 36th over, Zampa got out for a duck. Australia got all out at 188 runs. India required 189 runs to win.

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