Rishabh Pant 'under observation' for concussion

India v Australia: David Warner and Aaron Finch hit tons in 10-wickets win

Australia record easy 10-wicket win over India in first ODI

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Australia on Tuesday humiliated the Indian cricket team on their home ground after they defeated the hosts by 10 wickets in the first One Day Internationa of the series. After the 16-member squad for the five-match T20 series was announced late on Sunday night, the BCCI, in its release said, "Vijay Shankar has been picked in the India A squad for New Zealand since Hardik Pandya's rehabilitation is taking longer than expected".

But it was the left-right batting pair of Warner and Finch that put together the highest partnership of 258 for any wicket in ODIs against India.

It is the first time Australia have beaten India by 10 wickets in an ODI and the first time India have been on the receiving end of such a defeat since 2005.

Left-handed Warner successfully used the decision review system twice to overturn the umpire's decision on his way to his 18th ODI century, hitting three sixes and 17 fours in his unbeaten knock of 128, from 112 balls.

Despite the early loss of Rohit Sharma (10), India seemed to be in a strong position as Shikhar Dhawan (74 from 91) and KL Rahul followed up last week's match-winning partnership of 97 against Sri Lanka with another sizeable stand.

For India, KL Rahul, who made 47 in the Indian innings, kept wickets after regular stumper Rishabh Pant suffered a concussion following a hit on the helmet while batting.

Pat Cummins was brought back from the other end to send Dhawan back to the pavilion after flicking the ball to cover where Agar took the catch.

Manish Pandey has come in as a replacement on the field for Pant. But Kane Richardson claimed Jadeja and Cummins got Pant for 28.

The two sides will meet in Rajkot for the second ODI on Friday.

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