In spite of losing the opening one-day global (ODI) against India, Australian fast bowler Nathan Coulter-Nile believes the confidence and momentum his side gathered from the T20I series that concluded recently will not dampen. The lines and length he's bowling; got Maxi on 40-odd out with a attractive ball. I Can Play Innovative Shots and Hence Took More Risk, Says Kedar Jadhav. The wicket didn't offer as much as it did under the lights, which was surprising. Kuldeep Yadav and Jasprit Bumrah also took 2 wickets under their name, while Kedar Jadav took one wicket each and Ravindra Jadeja went wicket-less.
1992 World Cup Highlights of India v New Zealand in the 1992 World Cup 1996 World Cup One of Sachin Tendulkar's best World Cup innings - in 1996 against West Indies1999 World CupIndian players celebrate a wicket during the 1999 World Cup match against South Africa / AFP2003 World Cup2007 World CupA painful World Cup for India (we chose a photo from the one match they won against Bermuda) / Reuters2011 World CupNo one can forget this, can they? "Ten overs for less than 35 is a great job on this pitch". That sort of aura is like, that you see him and feel that "I will deliver today".
Even though the visitors be high on confidence after winning the T20I series, India will try to forget that result and look forward to doing well in the ODI series, where search for the ideal squad ahead of the World Cup and a proud home record will be on their minds.More news: USA seeks information on potential misuse of F-16 by Pakistan
Australia captain Aaron Finch said his team should have put up a bigger score and stressed on taking regular wickets. "He is a great asset in the field too". For India, Mohammed Shami had the best economy as he took two wickets in the 10 overs he bowled.
Shami, 29, credited the hard work during the time away from the ODI set up for his rejuvenated return. "We (team) enjoy our training and you get to the see the results on the field". I thank everyone who pushed me, and I have maintained my weight since then.