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1st ODI: India beat Australia by 26 runs (DLS), lead series 1-0

IndiaTimes Sunday, 17 September 2017 ()
Hardik Pandya's all-round flamboyance complemented by Mahendra Singh Dhoni's customary calm enabled India to record a comfortable 26-run win over Australia in the rain-curtailed opening ODI of the five-match series.
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News video: We Will Play Aggressive Cricket,But,Within The Spirit Of The Game-Rohit Sharma

We Will Play Aggressive Cricket,But,Within The Spirit Of The Game-Rohit Sharma 03:10

vAhead of the first ODI between India and Australia, scheduled to take place at the MA.Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai, Indian batter Rohit Sharma cleared that India will go ahead and play the regular aggressive cricket, but within the parameters and the spirit of the game.

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