New Delhi. The three-match ODI series between India and Australia started on Friday (22 September). Team India’s acting captain KL Rahul won the toss and decided to bowl first. Australia scored 276 runs in 50 overs. In reply, Team India won the match by scoring 281 runs in 48.4 overs. With this victory, India reached first place in the ICC ODI rankings. He was already on top in T20 and Test. In this way India has become number-1 in all three formats at the same time.
Team India created history with the victory under the captaincy of KL Rahul. They became the second team to reach first place in all three formats at the same time. Earlier South Africa had done this. He was ranked number one in Test-ODI and T20 simultaneously in August 2012.
India overtakes Pakistan
After the win against Australia, India reached 116 rating points in ODIs. It left Pakistan behind by securing the first position. Pakistani team has 115 rating points. Australia remains at third position. He has 111 rating points.
Australia will not go to the World Cup as the number 1 team
As a result of the defeat, the Australian team will not go into the World Cup as the No. 1 team. Despite winning the remaining two matches against India, it will not be able to reach the top. However, if Australia wins both the remaining matches, India may drop down to the first position and Pakistan may rise to the top.
What happened in India-Australia match?
Batting first after losing the toss in the ODI played in Mohali, Australia scored 276 runs after losing all 10 wickets in 50 overs. David Warner scored 52 runs, Josh English scored 45 runs and Steve Smith scored 41 runs. Mohammed Shami took five wickets for India. In reply, Rituraj Gaikwad and Shubman Gill gave a great start to Team India and added 142 runs for the first wicket. Rituraj played an inning of 71 runs and Shubhman Gill played an inning of 74 runs. Whereas, Suryakumar Yadav was out after scoring 50 runs. Captain KL Rahul played an unbeaten inning of 58 runs. He gave victory to Team India by hitting a six off Shaun Abbott in the 49th over.
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