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In Cricket, Australia beat India by 21 runs in the fourth One-day International match at Bangaluru last night. 

Electing to bat, Australia produced a challenging total of 334 for five in the stipulated 50 overs. In reply, the hosts could only manage 313 losing 8 wickets.David Warner scored a hundred in his 100th ODI. 

After this defeat, India have relinquished their number one position in the latest ICC ODI rankings. The loss, which also brought an end to their nine-match winning streak in the 50-over format, resulted in the 'Men in Blue' slipping to second in the rankings. 

As a consequence, South Africa have managed to reclaim their number one spot. On the other hand, Australia were able to cling on to their number three spot by virtue of their thrilling win after 11 successive defeats. 



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