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

  The Guardian 
* India 255; Australia 258-0 * Victory in Mumbai comes with 74 balls to spareAustralia 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 over of their innings after Australia captain Finch won the toss and opted to field in the first of the three-match series. Continue reading...
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