Sri Lanka recorded their first victory in the Commonwealth Bank Tri-Series, beating Australia by eight wickets in a rain-marred match in Sydney on Friday.
Australia were shot out for 158 runs, their fifth lowest One-day score at the SCG, and the target was revised to 152 under the D-L method after rain brought the match down from 50 overs to 41.
This was also Australia's lowest total since being dismissed for 133 by South Africa in 1997 and the Sri Lankans hit off the runs, losing only two wickets with 101 balls to spare.
Australia were in all sorts of trouble, losing seven wickets for 95. A 49-run partnership between Hussey and left-arm pacer Mitchell Starc (17) helped them reach a fighting total.