The first match of the ODI series between India and Australia is being played in Sydney. Australia, batting first, has given India the target of 289 runs. Peter Handscomb has scored 73 runs for the team with the highest score. When Usman Khawaja, who came in to bat at number 3, made an important contribution of 59 runs. But Khwaja became the victim of the umpires call after this. He returned to the pavilion after being dismissed by Ravindra Jadeja.
Indeed, Australia won the toss against India and decided to bat first. Khawaja came to bat at number 3 during this time. He faced 81 balls and scored 59 runs with the help of 6 fours. During this period, Ravindra Jadeja was doing the 29th over of India. The second ball of this over turned onwards after falling on the pitch. Khawaja did not understand the ball and got out. After Jadeja's appeal, the ground umpire dismissed. But Khwaja took the DRS. The decision of the umpires call came in the DRS. Khawaja was out in this way.
Explain that Australia scored 288 runs losing 5 wickets in 50 overs. Alex Carrie and Aaron Finch came to the team for the opening. During this, Finch scored 6 runs. While Carrie turned 24 runs Shaun Marsh scored 54 runs. Peter Handscomb returned to the pavilion by 73 runs. Marcus Stoney's 47 not out and Glenn Maxwell remained unbeaten 11 runs