In the first ODI played in Mumbai, Australia gave an embarrassing defeat to Team India. This was the first time Australia had defeated India by 10 wickets. It was the first time since 2005 that Team India were beaten by 10 wickets at home. The heroic heroes of the victory were Kangaroo captain Aaron Finch (110) and David Warner (128). Finch-Warner also made the biggest partnership against Team India in the run chase. Team India, who lost the toss and came out to bat first, were all out by scoring 255 runs in 49.1 overs. In response, Australia reached the target in 37.4 overs. This was only the third time in One-Day history, when the team, chasing a target of over 250, won by 10 wickets. Interestingly, every losing team was from the Asian continent itself. The second match of the three-match one-day series will be played in Rajkot on 17 January.