Aus vs India 2016 Live Blog: Three players make debut in the 1st ODI at Perth

Sudipta / 12 January 2016

India has started their new year campaign in Australia with the first ODI is being held at WACA Perth. This ODI has seen three players to make their debut from both India and Australia.

Indian medium pacer Barinder Sran got the cap from captain MS Dhoni while Australia got two debutants- Joel Paris and Scott Boland-in their rank.

Indian pacer Sran has played two warm up the match in Australia before got the India cap from captain MS Dhoni.

Sran has been selected in the squad after an impressive season for domestic side Punjab. At the same time, Joel Paris has a back two outstanding season for Western Australia in the Matador Cup ODI.

Live Blog: 

George Bailey scored a brilliant hundred on difficult condition. Well done Bailey. The Partnership between him and Steve Smith also reached 192.

Both Smith and Bailey look formidable. They are making proved toothless Indian bowlers. 

Dhoni brings part-time spinner Virat Kohli.

The partnership between Bailey and Smith reached 100 mark

Ashwin comes in. He was welcomed with a boundary  by George Bailey 

Meanwhile, Jimmy Nisham interacts with Indian fans. He knows India well.

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In the next delivery, George Bailey nicked behind the wicket and Dhoni caught it. But, umpire says no. Not out. 

Barinder Sran strikes once  again in the process. This time, he sends back David Warner as Virat Kohli caught him at short long off place. Sran shows a little bit of aggression. 

Australia need 296 runs from 47 overs with nine-wickets in hand 

Brilliant: the First wicket for debutant Barinder Sran, Aaron Finch caught and bowled by Sran 

India is the first innings scored 309 for 3. Rohit Sharma’s unbeaten 171 helped India to post a mammoth score on the board. Virat Kohli missed miss hundred by nine runs. 

Talking about Scott Boland, a Victoria bowler who made his debut for the domestic side in the 2011-2012 season, but got an extended run in the Sheffield Shield in the 2013-2014 season. In nine matches he has taken 19 wickets and in the 2014-2015 season, Bolland scalped another 25 wickets in the Sheffield Shield.

He was rewarded for his good form in domestic cricket. He made his Test debut against West Indies in Hobert Test.

Meanwhile, India winning the toss chose to bat first. India got a good start from Rohit Sharma and Dhawan. But, Dhawan patchy form did not let him to stay at the crease as he was caught by Mitchell Marsh at deep off Josh Hazlewood. Rohit Sharma scores a couple of boundaries while Virat Kohli looks settled at the crease. Their partnership working well for India.

 

 

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