Australia beat India by 35 runs in the fifth one-day international in Delhi. Australia comeback from 2-0 down and win the five-match series 3-2. Opener Usman Khawaja hit his second hundred of every three matches.
Rohit Sharma made 56 in answer yet the Indian batsmen battled, with leg-spinner Adam Zampa taking 3-46. The hosts were bowled out for 237. It is Australia’s initial one-day arrangement win since they beat Pakistan in 2016-17. The first run through India have lost a home arrangement since 2015. Shikhar Dhawan fell in the fifth over of India’s answer yet once Rohit was puzzled in the wake of charging out of his wrinkle to Zampa, India lost their way. Some late hitting from Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who struck 46 from 54 balls, couldn’t get India over the line. It was India’s last match before the World Cup – which Australia won four years prior – starts in England in May.
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