A video showing Australia's innings of 269 runs for the loss of eight wickets in the fourth One-Day International (ODI) at Adelaide on Sunday.


Winning the toss, Australian captain Michael Clarke opted to bat first. India got the early breakthrough in form of Ricky Ponting who opened the batting for Australia. R Vinay Kumar dismissed the former Australian captain for just six runs.


Indians were sharp in the field as Rohit Sharma’s strong reflexes resulted in dismissal of dangerous David Warner who was run out for 18 runs.


But the middle-order batsman David Hussey consolidated the Australian innings with a 98-run partnership with Peter Forrest with the latter contributing 66 runs to the hosts’ total.


Hussey was eventually for valuable 72 runs by Zaheer Khan in 45th over.


Opener Gautam Gambhir replaced Sachin Tendulkar while Ravichandran Ashwin retained his spot in the fourth ODI.