Australia beat India by 34 runs in the first of three ODI match at Sydney and took a 1-0 lead in this series with two matches to go.
On a sunny morning Australia opted to bat first and started off poorly and lost captain Finch for just 6 runs but following batsmen Usman Khawaja, Shaun Marsh, Peter Handscomb all chipped in and scored fifties each and in the end, Marcus Stoinis' cameo helped Australia to post a good total of 288/5.
In reply, India had a horrible start and lost three wickets for just 4 runs and were at sea but Rohit Sharma and MS Dhoni's 137 runs partnership brought India back into the game but after MS Dhoni's dismissal Rohit didn't get enough support from the other end and eventually India fell short of the target by 34 runs. Rohit Sharma played an outstanding knock of 133 runs and for Australia Jhye Richardson took 4 wickets.
All the major stats and facts from the first ODI between Australia and India in Sydney :
5 - Rohit Sharma has now scored 5 hundreds in Australia in ODIs and 4 of them came against Australia.
Most ODI hundreds by visiting batsmen in Australia -
5 - Rohit Sharma / Kumar Sangakkara
4 - Virat Kohli / Brian Lara / T Dilshan / Desmond Haynes / David Gower
7 - Rohit Sharma scored 7th ODI hundred against Australia - only Sachin Tendulkar (9) has more ODI hundreds against Australia.
Most ODI hundreds against Australia -
9 - Sachin Tendulkar
7 - Rohit Sharma
6 - Desmond Haynes
5 - Virat Kohli
4 - Faf du Plessis / VVS Laxman / Graham Gooch
22 - Rohit Sharma has scored 22 hundreds in ODI cricket - the joint 9th most by any player. He equaled Sourav Ganguly and Tilakratne Dilshan.
101 - Bhuvneshwar Kumar (101 wickets) became the 5th slowest (96 matches) and overall 19th Indian player to take 100 ODI wickets.
208 - Number of sixes Rohit Sharma has hit in ODIs - the fifth most in the world.
Most sixes in ODIs -
351 - Shahid Afridi
275 - Chirs Gayle
270 - Sanath Jayasuriya
219 - MS Dhoni
208 - Rohit Sharma
204 - AB de Villiers
1000 - This was Australia's 1000th win in international cricket and they're the first team to win 1000 matches in international cricket.
10050 - MS Dhoni when on 1, completed 10,000 runs for India in ODIs - only the fifth player to achieve this milestone.
10,000 plus ODI runs for India -
18426 - Sachin Tendulkar
11221 - Sourav Ganguly
10768 - Rahul Dravid
10235 - Virat Kohli
10050 - MS Dhoni