NAGPUR (India) (AFP) Skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Gautam Gambhir pulverised injury-hit Australia as India piled up a record 354-7 in the second one-day international here on Wednesday. Dhoni hit 124 off 107 balls, his fifth one-day century, and Gambhir made 76 during a fourth-wicket stand of 119 after India were asked to bat in the day-night game at the Vidarbha Cricket Association stadium. Suresh Raina (62) then put on 136 from 93 balls for the fifth wicket with his captain as India, trailing 1-0 in the seven-match series, plundered 108 runs in the final 10 overs. It was Indias highest one-day score against Australia, surpassing the 315 all out in Bangalore in March, 2001. Dhoni reached his hundred by smashing Shane Watson for a straight six, and celebrated the landmark with another six off the next ball in the same area. The aggressive Indian captain was one of three batsmen to be dismissed in the 50th over, but not before he had taken nine boundaries and three sixes off the truncated Australian attack. The tourists, already without one-day regulars Michael Clarke, Brad Haddin and Nathan Bracken for the series, were further depleted by injuries to paceman Brett Lee and all-rounder James Hopes. However, left-arm fast bowler Mitchell Johnson was declared fit from an ankle sprain and claimed the important wicket of Virender Sehwag in the 11th over, caught at mid-off attempting a big hit. Sehwag smashed a typically robust 40 off 31 balls to give India the momentum after veteran batsman Sachin Tendulkar was removed by Peter Siddle in the fourth over. For the second match in a row, two Indian umpires took charge in the middle after the International Cricket Council-appointed Mark Benson of England failed to recover from a viral infection. SCOREBOARD INDIA: Sehwag c Hilfenhaus b Johnson 40 Tendulkar c White b Siddle 4 Gambhir run out 76 Y. Singh c and b Hilfenhaus 23 Dhoni c Paine b Johnson 124 S. Raina c Paine b Johnson 62 H. Singh not out 1 P. Kumar run out 1 EXTRAS: (b1, lb6, w14, nb2) 23 TOTAL: (for 7 wkts, 50 overs) 354 Fall of wickets: 1-21, 2-67, 3-97 , 4-216 , 5-352, 6-353, 7-354. BOWLING: Hilfenhaus 10-0-83-1 (nb1, w4) Siddle 10-0-55-1 (w4) Johnson 10-0-75-3 (nb1, w5) Hauritz 10-0-54-0 Voges 5-0-33-0 (w1) Watson 5-0-47-0 Toss: Australia Umpires: Amish Saheba (IND) and Shavir Tarapore (IND) TV umpire: Sanjay Hazare (IND) Match referee: Chris Broad (ENG)