Australia beat India in first ODI: Here're records brokenLast updated on Jan 12, 2019, 04:14 pm
Australia defeated India and took a 1-0 lead in the three-match ODI series.
Batting first, Australia managed to post a total of 288/5.
India had a disastrous start and were reeling at 4/3 before Rohit Sharma and MS Dhoni tried to build the innings.
Rohit Sharma scored 133 for India, but that wasn't enough in the end.
Here are the records broken.
How did the match pan out?
Australia rode through half-centuries from Usman Khawaja (59), Shaun Marsh (54) and Peter Handscomb (73) to get to a challenging 288/5. India ended their innings at 254/9. Besides Rohit's ton, MS Dhoni amassed a 96-ball 51.
Rohit scores 22nd ODI ton
Rohit scored his 22nd century in ODIs.
He equalled former India skipper Sourav Ganguly and Sri Lankan legend Tillakaratne Dilshan.
Rohit is now the third highest century-scorer for India in ODIs.
Sachin Tendulkar (49) and Virat Kohli (38) are the two Indians ahead of him.
This was Rohit's 20th ODI ton as an opener.
He surpassed Dada's record (19).
Rohit hits seventh ODI ton versus Australia
This was Rohit's seventh ton versus Australia in ODIs.
He has the second most number of tons versus Australia and needs three more to break Sachin Tendulkar's record (9).
Rohit shared a 137-run stand with MS Dhoni.
Dhoni scored his 68th fifty in ODI cricket.
He now has 10,224 runs in ODIs and needs 11 runs to equal Virat Kohli (10,235).
Dhoni 10,000 runs
Dhoni completes 10,000 ODI career runs for India
Dhoni became the fifth Indian to surpass the 10,000-run mark in the 50-over format for India.
He took 330 matches to achieve this landmark.
Dhoni joined the likes of Sachin Tendulkar (18,426), Sourav Ganguly (11,363), Rahul Dravid (10,889) and Virat Kohli (10,235).
He had earlier completed 10,000 runs in ODIs, but that included a three-match series for the Asia XI side in 2007.
Rohit vs Australia
Rohit amasses fourth consecutive 50-plus score versus Australia
Dhoni registered his highest score since January, 2018 in ODIs.
His previous best score was 42* against South Africa at Johannesburg in 2018.
This was Rohit's fourth consecutive 50-plus score versus Australia in ODIs.
This was also the Indian opener's third successive 50-plus score in ODIs and a consecutive 50-plus score in ODIs in Australia.
Australia win their third ODI match in 14 attempts
Australia managed to earn just their third victory in their last 14 ODI matches. India have lost their second ODI in their last 11 matches. This was India's 19th international match loss across formats at the SCG.
Australia register their 1,000th victory in international cricket
Australia became the first team to win 1,000 international matches.
This was Australia's 74th ODI victory against India in the history of the game.
Jhye Richardson (4/26) notched his best ODI figures.
Indian captain Kohli was dismissed for a single-digit score after 482 days and 21 innings in ODI cricket.
This was Rohit's ninth ODI century away from home and a fourth in Australia.