MS Dhoni facilitated India to a seven-wicket triumph to secure their one-day worldwide arrangement against Australia in Melbourne on Friday. 

It was a splendid execution by MS Dhoni as he scored 87 off 114 balls to direct India to a memorable arrangement prevail upon Australia in the third ODI encounter in Melbourne on Friday. It was his third back to back fifty in the arrangement and it shocked no one that the veteran wicketkeeper-batsman got the Man of the Series grant for his endeavors. 

At 37 years and 195 days, Dhoni turned into the most established Indian cricketer to win the Man of the Series grant. Prior, the record had a place with Sunil Gavaskar who accomplished the accomplishment against Sri Lanka in 1987 at 37 years old years and 191 days. 

It was likewise his seventh Man of the Series grant in ODIs and therefore, he joined any semblance of Virat Kohli, Sourav Ganguly, Yuvraj Singh, Hashim Amla, Viv Richards, and AB de Villiers. Among Indians, Dhoni is presently joint second with Kohli, Ganguly, and Yuvraj, while Sachin Tendulkar finish the rundown with 15 grants somewhere in the range of 1989 and 2012. 

Yuzvendra Chahal took a record 6-42 to move India to a seven-wicket prevail upon Australia in the third one-day cricket worldwide and a 2-1 arrangement win on Friday. 

India, who were set the objective of 231 by Australia, made 234 for the loss of three wickets, with four balls remaining. 

Dhoni scored an unbeaten 87 off 114 balls and was upheld by Kedar Jadhav, who made 61 off 57 balls and remained not out.

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