|Australia innings (50 overs maximum)||R||M||B||4s||6s||SR|
|ME Waugh||run out (Prasad)||126||195||135||8||3||93.33|
|MA Taylor*||c Srinath b Raju||59||95||73||8||1||80.82|
|RT Ponting||c Manjrekar b Raju||12||31||21||0||0||57.14|
|SR Waugh||run out (Raju)||7||21||15||0||0||46.66|
|SG Law||c & b Kumble||21||49||31||1||0||67.74|
|MG Bevan||run out (Jadeja)||6||8||5||0||0||120.00|
|S Lee||run out (†Mongia)||9||14||10||0||0||90.00|
|IA Healy†||c Kumble b Prasad||6||13||10||0||0||60.00|
|SK Warne||c Azharuddin b Prasad||0||1||1||0||0||0.00|
|DW Fleming||run out (†Mongia/Prasad)||0||3||1||0||0||0.00|
|GD McGrath||not out||0||1||0||0||0||-|
|Extras||(lb 8, w 2, nb 2)||12|
|Total||(all out; 50 overs)||258||(5.16 runs per over)|
|BKV Prasad||10||0||49||2||4.90||(2nb, 2w)|
|India innings (target: 259 runs from 50 overs)||R||M||B||4s||6s||SR|
|A Jadeja||lbw b Fleming||1||16||17||0||0||5.88|
|SR Tendulkar||st †Healy b ME Waugh||90||124||84||14||1||107.14|
|VG Kambli||b Fleming||0||6||2||0||0||0.00|
|M Azharuddin*||b Fleming||10||40||17||1||0||58.82|
|SV Manjrekar||c †Healy b SR Waugh||62||103||91||7||0||68.13|
|M Prabhakar||run out (Ponting)||3||4||6||0||0||50.00|
|NR Mongia†||c Taylor b Warne||27||35||32||3||0||84.37|
|A Kumble||b Fleming||17||32||22||3||0||77.27|
|J Srinath||c Lee b Fleming||7||16||12||1||0||58.33|
|BKV Prasad||c Bevan b SR Waugh||0||5||2||0||0||0.00|
|SLV Raju||not out||3||6||4||0||0||75.00|
|Extras||(b 5, lb 8, w 8, nb 1)||22|
|Total||(all out; 48 overs)||242||(5.04 runs per over)|
- 1st ever floodlit match of any nature at the Wankhede Stadium.
- ME Waugh 126, highest score by AUS v IND, 7th highest in ODIs for Australia (Waugh has 3 of the top 7), 1st player to score consecutive 100s in the World Cup, highest ever in Bombay.
- Australia lost its last 4 wickets in the 50th over.
- GD McGrath first 3 overs were all maidens (remaining 5 overs conceded 48 runs at 9.6 RPO).
- SR Tendulkar was stumped off a wide.
- SR Tendulkar scored 90 runs out of 143 at the time of his dismissal (62.9 %).
- SK Warne conceded 10 runs in his 1st over, before only conceding 18 in his remaining 9 overs.
- DW Fleming 9-0-36-5, 15th best ever bowling for Australia in ODIs (best since ME Waugh 5-24 v WI at Melbourne 15/12/1992), 9th best ever bowling in the World Cup, 2nd best ever in Bombay (best: WKM Benjamin 5-22, WI v SL 09/11/1993).
- Australia's 1st ODI win against India since the 1992 World Cup (India have won 3 in the meantime), Australia's 1st match in India since 1989, and their 1st win against India in India since the 1987 World Cup.