India's Yuzvendra Chahal and India's Virat Kohli, left, respond amid their one day universal cricket coordinate against Australia in Melbourne, Australia, Friday, Jan. 18, 2019. 

Group India finished their Australian stay in ideal mold as they bested the hosts by 7 wickets in the third and last one-day universal at Melbourne to win the three-coordinate arrangement 2-1, their first since forever respective arrangement win down under. The notable visit had before observed Virat Kohli lead India to their first since forever Test arrangement triumph in Australia as well. 

India pursued down Australia's less than impressive aggregate of 230 hard and fast without breaking a sweat in the end as an innovative MS Dhoni played one more match-winning thump, remaining till the conclusion to oversee the pursuit. The Australian bowlers made a match out of it on a dubious surface yet in the long run Dhoni (87*) alongside the dissident Kedar Jadhav (61 keeps running off 57 balls), playing his first match of the arrangement, sewed together an unbeaten 121-run remain to take care of business. 

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Coming into the match with the arrangement bolted at 1-1, Virat Kohli won a vital hurl and chose to handle first on a lazy pitch where the ball was not making advances on the bat and above all, taking a ton of turn. 

Bhuvneshwar Kumar carried out his responsibility with the new ball as he evacuated the opening pair of Alex Carey (5) and skipper Aaron Finch (14) to lessen the Aussies to 27 for 2 in the ninth over. Australia's man in frame Shaun Marsh at that point set the innings back on track as he set up together 73 keeps running for the third wicket with Peter Handscomb. In any case, Marsh was expelled for 39 by Yuzvendra Chahal, drafted into the group instead of Kuldeep Yadav. From that point on it was a Chahal appear as the leggie spun a web around the Australian batsmen to tear the heart out of the center request. 

Chahal completed with figures of 6/42, the best by a spinner in Australia, as the Aussies wound their approach to be rejected for 230 in 48.4 overs. Handcomb top scored with 58. 

India were managed a blow at an opportune time as in frame opener Rohit Sharma was sent back for 9 by Peter Siddle. Shikhar Dhawan and skiper Virat Kohli quieted the nerves with a 44-run remain before Dhawan was sent back for 23 by Marcus Stoinis. The medium pacer would have made it two wickets in consecutive conveyances however Glenn Maxwell dropped MS Dhoni who was yet to open his record, 

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That drop would cause issues down the road for the hosts as Dhoni alongside Virat Kohli (46) set up together 54 keeps running for the third wicket to take India closer to the objective, in spite of the fact that run making was very troublesome as the Australian bowlers kept it tight in the center overs. With the asking rate crawling up Kohli was compelled to play a shot outside the off stump and Jhye Richardson figured out how to prompt an edge as the Carey wrapped up. With India at 113/3 and the required rate floating around 6 runs for each finished, the hosts were well and genuinely back in the match. 

Kedar Jadhav strolled in to bat under these attempting conditions and totally changed the composition of the match. Jadhav demonstrated incredible development as he cooperated Dhoni to take the match further. While Dhoni set aside his opportunity to get the runs, Jadhav kept the asking rate under check by hitting the intermittent limits. The team targetted Stoinis and Siddle to in the long run take care of business effortlessly with 4 balls to save. 

This is India's first win in a reciprocal ODI arrangement in Australia. They have prior won multi-country competitions twice down under. Dhoni, who scored three back to back half-hundreds of years in the arrangement, was granted the Man of the Series grant while Chahal was the Man of the Match.

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