Australia won their first ODI against India in a one-sided manner with centuries from explosive David Warner and captain Aaron Finch. Where Australia defeated India for the first time by ten wickets. At the same time, this was the fifth time when India lost a match in ODIs by ten wickets. Earlier in 2005, South Africa thrashed him by ten wickets in Kolkata. But after this embarrassing defeat, captain Virat Kohli's eyes also opened.
According to media reports, after the match, Virat realized his biggest mistake, which he had made before the match started. Actually, in this match, Team India landed on the field with three specialist openers. At the same time, before the match, Virat had also indicated that in this situation, he can change his batting order as well and this same mistake was overshadowed by the entire Indian team.
During the award distribution on the question of batting at number four, Virat Kohli said that, 'Looking at the way KL has batted in the last few times, it was our attempt to bat him in the order. The opportunity should be given above. At the same time it is being said that now we may have to think about this. Every time, everywhere and on every occasion it is important to test the players and boost their morale. This is not the time to panic but to think about the future ahead of the rest. Today was not our day.