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As it happened: Skipper Aaron Finch and his opening partner David Warner defined total domination as Australia crushed India by 10 wickets in the first ODI at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. This is India’s worst-ever defeat to Australia, since it is the first time Aussies have won an ODI without losing a wicket against them. Overall, it is only the fifth time in history that India have suffered a 10-wicket loss. The last time India lost an ODI by 10 wickets was in Kolkata against South Africa in 2005.