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Australia's 2-year ODI losing streak ends in New Delhi

16 March 2019, 09:13 | Henrietta Morgan

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Australia also broke the jinx and won the series after streak of six bilateral ODI series losses.

"What we're trying to do as a team, we did really well in the first couple of games without winning. we knew we were close", Khawaja said.

"When things are tough, you need experienced guys in your side like MS Dhoni".

Australia sealed a stunning, come-from-behind, 3-2 ODI series victory over India as they beat their hosts by 35 runs in the final one-day worldwide of the series in Delhi on Wednesday. "The resilience and the fight that we showed was incredible ..."

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"To get over the line in three of them was a great series all round". Full stadiums. We just want to relive the big moments and do well in the World Cup.

Usman Khawaja struck his second century in three matches - and a third-straight score of 90 plus - as the visitors first put 272-9 on the board, before an Adam Zampa-led attack skittled India for 237 in reply, the legspinner claiming 3-46 from his 10 overs. "India had the better of us in Australia and we were able to have the better of them here", Langer said at the end of fifth ODI.

He expected every player travelling with the team to England to do well, and there are no excuses for their performances in the ODI series against Australia. It was heartbreaking as India won the first two ODIs and looked to be in cruise-control mode, but credit has to be given to Australia who believed in themselves to pull themselves up from behind to stun India.

The departure of Virat Kohli proved key - as it often does - as Marcus Stoinis got some extra bounce to remove the India captain, who top-edged to Alex Carey for 20.

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"Man of the series in a one-day tournament in India, I wasn't even in the one-day side this time a year ago", he told reporters after the match.

Coach Justin Langer said he was "incredibly proud" of a team who also swept the two-match Twenty20 series.

"To be here in India and winning this series, it's massive. Usman Khawaja also has been fantastic, having not played much of white-ball cricket, in the last 12 months", Langer added.

Skipper Virat Kohli seemed happy with the outcome of the Indian team management's experimentation in the series and is looking forward to the World Cup 2019.

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Despite being defending and five-time World Cup winners, the Australians finished their 2018 ODI matches with a loss in Hobart to South Africa, part of a 2-1 series defeat and their 13th ODI loss of the year. Australia will now play Pakistan in Dubai, whereas the Indian players will join their franchises ahead of the upcoming IPL season.



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