India cricket

White-hot Australia hammer India by 10 wickets in Mumbai

 Warner was 128 not out and Finch 110 not out as Australia scored 258 without loss in 37.4 overs in reply to India's 255 all out.

Fast bowler Mitchell Starc took 3-56 in only his second ODI on Indian soil as the host's middle order collapsed after a 121-run second-wicket partnership between Lokesh Rahul (47) and Shikhar Dhawan (74).

It was the fifth 10-wicket defeat for India in ODI cricket, and only the second at home.

Dhoni gives up captaincy

Dhoni took over as India captain in all formats in 2008, but relinquished his Test duties when he announcing his retirement from the longest format in November 2014.

He has led India in 199 ODIs, scoring 6633 runs at an average of 53.92 and will retire with a reputation as one of his country's greatest short-form players, having led them to World Cup glory on home soil in 2011.

Overall, Dhoni will enter the England series with 9110 ODI runs under his belt at 50.89.