Australia defeated India by 66 runs in the first match of the three ODI series played in Sydney on Friday. Along with this, Team India has suffered defeat in 6 consecutive international matches. Earlier, India had lost 6 or more matches in 2002\u20132003. A century of strikes from captain Aaron Finch (114) and former captain Steven Smith (105) helped Australia beat India by 66 runs in the first ODI to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series. Australia won the ICC World Cup Super League by 10 points. Australia's batsmen hit the Indian bowlers with a huge score of 374 runs for six wickets in 50 overs. Under the pressure of a big target, the Indian batsmen were clearly visible and the Indian team could only manage 308 runs for eight wickets in 50 overs. However, opener Shikhar Dhawan scored 74 and Hardik Pandya scored 90 to give India some respect. For Australia, leg-spinner Adam Jampa took four wickets for 54 runs. The second match of the series will be played on this ground on Sunday. IND vs AUS: Stormy batting by Steve Smith and Glenn Maxwell, KXIP on Twitter and 'War' in RR Although India started off by adding 32 runs in the first two overs, India lost successive wickets after that. Mayank Agarwal was dismissed by Josh Hazlewood. India's first wicket fell at a score of 53. Mayank hit two fours and a six in 18 runs off 22 balls. Captain Virat Kohli scored 21 runs in 21 balls with the help of two fours and a six, and was dismissed on the team score of 78. Virat was caught by Hazlewood at the hands of his captain Finch. Shreyas Iyer became Hazelwood's third victim by scoring two runs. India's third wicket fell at the score of 80. Lokesh Rahul scored 12 runs in 15 balls and was dismissed on the team's score of 101 runs. Shikhar and Pandya shared a brilliant 128-run partnership for the fifth wicket and this partnership made India's defeat honorable. Zampa broke the partnership by dismissing Shikhar. India's fifth wicket fell at a score of 229. Shikhar hit 10 fours in 76 off 86 balls. Pandya continued his IPL form in ODIs and scored his best in one-day cricket, but he remained 10 runs away from his first ODI century. Pandya hit some excellent fours and sixes. Pandya scored 90 runs in 76 balls with the help of seven fours and four sixes as he was dismissed for a score of 247 as the sixth wicket. Pandya was caught by Zampa at the hands of Mitchell Starc. With Pandya out, India's final hope of getting closer to the goal was shattered. Ravindra Jadeja made 25, Navdeep Saini 29 not out and Mohammad Shami 13 made India reach 300. For Australia, Jampa took four wickets for 54 runs, Hazlewood took three wickets for 55 runs and Mitchell Starc took one wicket for 65 runs. IND vs AUS 1st ODI: Adam Jampa dropped Virat Kohli's catch, then Brad Hodge took a pinch in this style Earlier, Australia won the toss and decided to bat first. Apart from Finch and Smith's centuries, opener David Warner (69) scored a half-century. Australia's huge score of 374 runs overshadowed India in the end. Finch scored 114 runs in 124 balls with nine fours and two sixes, Smith scored 105 runs in 66 balls with 11 fours and four sixes and Warner scored 69 runs in 76 balls with six fours. Openers Warner and Finch had a big partnership of 156 runs for the first wicket. The Indian bowlers looked helpless in front of both these batsmen. However, this partnership was broken by Mohammed Shami by catching Warner behind the wicket by Lokesh Rahul. After the first wicket fell, Smith took the lead with Finch and got off to a strong start. The two batsmen shared a 108-run partnership for the second wicket. Jasprit Bumrah ended Finch by dismissing Finch before this partnership would get bigger. IND vs AUS 1st ODI: know why Indian cricketers made a barefoot circle with Australian team After Finch was dismissed, Marcus Stoinis came on the field but Yuzvendra Chahal on the first ball sent him to the pavilion without opening the account. Stoinis caught by Rahul. Smith then pitched with Glenn Maxwell. Maxwell scored a blistering 45 in just 19 balls with the help of five fours and three sixes. Shami took the wicket of Maxwell. Despite Maxwell's dismissal, Smith continued his brilliant innings, scoring the ninth century of his ODI career. However, Shami bowled Smith off the third ball of the last over to end his innings. Marnus Labuschen scored two runs while wicketkeeper Alex Carrie scored an unbeaten 17 from 13 balls and Pat Cummins scored an unbeaten run with the help of two fours. For India, spinner Yuzvendra Chahal proved to be the most expensive and took a wicket after conceding 89 runs in 10 overs. Apart from this, Jasprit Bumrah took one wicket for 73 runs in 10 overs, Navdeep Saini took one wicket for 83 runs in 10 overs and Mohammad Shami took three wickets for 59 runs in 10 overs while Ravindra Jadeja remained empty handed for 63 runs in 10 overs. .