Australia has shown its dominance over India in the ODI contest so far in the current 2016 summer series. Opener both have played dashingly. David Warner and Aaron Finch looking impressive for Australia. Australia is looking to cross 350 runs as they have already crossed the 300 mark with only losing 4 wickets. Warner has played brilliantly for another fiery 93 runs in 92 balls. He smashed Indians for a six and 12 fours. But his partner Finch has done an even brilliant job. Finch made 107 runs when he got out caught by Sharma on the bowling of Yadav. He hit 2 sixes and 9 boundaries.
The lovely thing about his innings was the strike rate of 100% for super Aaron Finch. He made 107 runs and also faced 107 balls. His partner was just 7 short of his century but he completed 93 at the strike rate of 101%.
Finch batted with good planning today. His shots were brilliant. He never looked under pressure and the whole Australian team today looked very relaxed in the ground. The only shot he played wrong was the one on which he got out. Warner was the first one to get out. He supported him with flying start. Mitchell Marsh came out with Finch surprisingly. Normally he does not come at No 3 but today the Australians made a decision to promote him. Finch batted with the same grand style and completed his 7th century in the One Day Internationals.
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The way Finch got out was a bit funny. He entertained the spectators with his innings. In search of another huge sixer, he went after the bowler Yadav. His mistimed the ball in effort to throw it out of the park. The Canbera boundary is not small boundary. The outfield is fast. The ball went high up in the air, the bat was not fully connected to the ball.