Here are the statistical highlights from the first ODI between India and Australia:
# Australia have won three consecutive ODIs vs India - all by big margins - by 110 runs at Brisbane on February 19, 2012; by 87 runs at Sydney on February 26, 2012 and by 72 runs at Pune on October 13, 2013.
# India have missed emulating their best winning sequence in ODIs. Before today's defeat, India had won their last eight ODIs in succession between July 5 and August 3, 2013. India had won nine consecutive ODIs between November 14, 2008 and February 5, 2009.
# India have lost all eleven games while chasing 300 or more vs Australia in ODIs
# Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune hosted their first ODI.
# Australia (304/8) have recorded their seventh total of 300 or more vs India in India in ODIs - their highest being 350 for four at Hyderabad on November 5, 2009.
# George Bailey (85 off 82 balls) has recorded his fourth fifty in seven innings as captain in ODIs. The said innings is his ninth fifty in ODIs.
# Bailey's aforesaid captain's innings is his second highest away from home in ODIs - his highest being 87 off 91 balls vs England at Cardiff on September 14, 2013.
# As captain, Bailey is averaging 47.28 - his aggregate being 331 with a highest of 89 off 79 balls vs Sri Lanka at Melbourne on January 11, 2013.
# Bailey has managed 705 runs at an average of 54.23 in 17 ODIs this year, including a hundred and six fifties. His aggregate is the highest by an Australian player in ODIs in 2013.
# Bailey has received his third Man of the Match award in ODIs - his first two were against the West Indies.
# Aaron Finch (72) has posted his highest ODI score against a Test-playing nation - his second highest in ODIs, next only to the 148 off 114 balls vs Scotland at Edinburgh on September 3, 2013.
# Finch's aforesaid score is his first fifty in ODIs.
# Phillip Hughes and Finch were involved in a first-wicket partnership of 110 - Australia's ninth century stand for the first wicket vs India in ODIs in India. The said partnership is the 15th century stand for the first wicket for Australia vs India in ODIs.
# With Hughes' wicket, Ravindra Jadeja took his tally to 39 (ave.19.28) in 23 matches - the most by a bowler in ODIs in 2013.
# Ishant Sharma, with 30 wickets at 26.06 runs apiece in 18 matches, has the next best tally for India in ODIs this year.
# Ravichandran Ashwin has produced bowling average of 56.20 against Australia - his worst against any team in ODIs.
# In six ODIs vs Australia, Ashwin has captured just five wickets. He had failed to bag a single wicket vs Australia in Australia in three ODIs in 2012.
# Brad Haddin (10) has recorded his lowest score in ODIs in India but completed his 500 runs at an average of 55.55 in ten innings in India. His tally includes six fifties in India with 88 vs Canada at Bangalore on March 16, 2011 as his highest.
# Mitchell Johnson became the first Australian bowler to complete 25 wickets (ave.26.48) in 15 matches vs India in India.
# Despite his failure today, Shikhar Dhawan is averaging fifty-plus in ODIs this year - his tally being 714 (ave.51.00) in 15 matches. His aggregate includes three hundreds and two fifties.
# Shikhar Dhawan's 7 is his highest score vs Australia in ODIs. In his first game against them at Visakhapatnam on October 20, 2010, he had recorded a duck.
# Rohit Sharma is averaging 23.50 against Australia in ODIs - his tally being 235 in eleven innings, including a fifty.
# Rohit's 42 off 47 balls is his second highest vs Australia in ODIs, next only to the 66 at SCG on March 2, 2008.
# Rohit and Virat are averaging 51.37 as a pair in ODIs - their aggregate being 1233 runs in 25 innings, including four hundreds and four fifties.
# Yuvraj Singh (2/34) has produced his best bowling performance as a bowler vs Australia in ODIs, eclipsing the 2 for 44 at Ahmedabad on March 24, 2011.
# Virat Kohli's 25th fifty in ODIs is his first vs Australia.
# Kohli's 61 off 85 balls is his second highest vs Australia in ODIs, next only to the 118 at Visakhapatnam on October 20, 2010.
# Kohli has managed 750 runs (ave.44.11) in 23 matches - the highest by an Indian batsman in ODIs this year.
# Raina and Kohli put on 71 for the third wicket - their ninth fifty-plus partnership for all wickets in ODIs.
# Raina and Kohli have managed 1352 runs at an average of 54.08 in partnership aggregate, including three hundreds and six fifties, in 30 innings.
# James Faulkner (3/47) has recorded his third best bowling performance in ODIs - his best being 4 for 48 vs West Indies at Canberra on February 6, 2013.
# Faulkner has captured 17 wickets in nine wins at an average of 21.58 in ODIs.
# In seven innings this year, Doherty has captured just five wickets at 46.00 runs apiece.