Australia after being 2-0 down in the five match series made a remarkable come back by winning the series 3-2 against India at Delhi.
Here are the performances of each Australian players in the one day series against India.
Aaron Finch (capt) 4/10
Finch- 157 runs in 5 matches at an average of 31.40
The Aussies skipper captain after a string of low scores got into the groove by scoring 37,93 and 27 at Nagpur, Ranchi & Delhi respectively. He led his team remarkably well.
Usman Khawaja- 9/10
383 runs in 5 matches at an average of 76.6
The Australian left handed batsman scored his maiden ton at Ranchi and backed up with scores of 50 and 91 before scoring yet another 100 in the decider. He was also declared the player of the match and the series.
29 runs in 3 matches at an average of 9.66
Marsh considering his standards has had a horrendous series. He would be hoping to come good against Pakistan later this month.
Peter Handscomb — 8/10
236 runs in 5 matches at an average of 47.20
Handscomb made an important contribution with the bat by scoring a magnificent 117, while helped Aussies chase down a record score of 359, and also made an important 50 in the last game.
Glenn Maxwell- 5/10
115 runs in five matches at an average of 23
Maxwell set the stage on fire by scoring an unbeaten 56 & 113 * that helped Aussies win the T-20 series. In the ODI’S he made scores 47 & 23 at Mohali and Ranchi respectively.
Marcus Stoinis- 6/10
140 runs in 4 innings.
Marcus Stoinis had a decent time with the bat. In the final one dayer he contributed with the ball by claiming the prize scalp of Kohli.
Ashton Turner 7.5/10.
Ashton Turner scored a blistering 84 runs off 43 at Mohali that helped the visitors chase down a mammoth score of 359.
Wicket keeper Alex Caery though didnt contribute much with the bat but got the huge scalp of vice captain Rohit Sharma which effectively turned the game in the favour of visitors.
Nathan Coulter-Nile- 4/10
In the first one dayer at Hyderabad Coulter Nile bagged openers Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma and bowled economically in his 10 overs.
Cummins was Aussies best bowler as he notched his first-ever five-wicket haul and ended the series with a leading wicket taker.
Behrendroff had a decent time with the ball but failed to create impact in the one day series.
Richardson bagged 8 wickets at an average of 21.25.
Zampa claimed wickets of Kohli twice and removed Rohit Sharma in the final ODI
Nathan Lyon — 7
Nathan Lyon though was not among the wickets but has bowled tightly.