Chief coach David Saker was a relieved man after Australia broke their overseas losing streak with a 21-run win over India but said he was not too happy with the team's performance during the fourth ODI.
"It wasn't one of our great performances. I thought we batted well up to the 43rd over. We did not end well as we thought," he told reporters after Australia overcame India in the fourth ODI here late night. "We did not bowl well at the start. But we ended up winning which is a relief. The boys are really happy as well that they've got something out of it."
Courtesy David Warner's spectacular 124 in his 100th game and some good death bowling, Australia defeated India by 21 runs in the fourth ODI to break their 11-match overseas losing streak.
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