They say, why to fix something which isn't broken. In order to fix the number 4 woes, the Indian team management pushed Virat Kohli to number 4 and the experiment backfired. Australia hammered India in the 1st ODI by 10 wickets to go 1-0 up in the 3-match series. Put into bat India went from being 134/1 to 255 all out in Mumbai. Aussie openers David Warner and Aaron Finch made the chase look like a cakewalk and led the kangaroos to their biggest-ever ODI win in terms of wickets. It was in fact, the first-ever instance of both the openers scoring a century in same innings while chasing against India in ODIs. Moreover, their unbeaten stand of 258 made them the 1st opening pair with two double century opening partnerships against the men in blue in the one day format. India will go into the 2nd ODI at Rajkot with plenty to think about as another loss would give the Aussies their 2nd consecutive ODI series win vs India.