CHENNAI  - Nasir Jamshed and Mahendra Singh Dhoni both scored fine unbeaten centuries in the opening One-Day International between India and Pakistan in Chennai, but it was Jamshed whose innings led his team to victory.India’s captain Dhoni made 113 to haul his side from the desperate position of 29 for five to post 227 for six but Jamshed’s effort of 101 helped Pakistan over the line with 11 balls to spare.Junaid Khan (4-43) had done the bulk of the damage as India’s top order began life without Sachin Tendulkar by collapsing dramatically and it took one of Dhoni’s best innings to revive their chances.Although Bhuvneshwar Singh took the wicket of Mohammad Hafeez with his first ball in One-Day International cricket, Pakistan stood firm with both Younis Khan (58) and Shoaib Malik (34 not out) offering Jamshed worthy support.Three of Junaid’s victims - Virender Sehwag (4), Virat Kohli (0) and Yuvraj Singh (2) - were bowled as the left-armer took advantage of swing-friendly conditions after M Irfan had similarly disturbed Gautam Gambhir’s stumps after the opener had made just eight.