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India vs Australia: MS Dhoni anchors, Kedar Jadhav finishes as India win ODI series

Mahendra Singh Dhoni rekindled his love affair with final flourishes, anchoring India to their maiden bilateral ODI series triumph in Australia for a perfect finish to a historic trip Down Under

India vs Australia: MS Dhoni anchors, Kedar Jadhav finishes as India win ODI series

India finished their Tour Down Under on a high as Virat Kohli & co. registered their maiden bilateral ODI series win in Australia. After being handed 231 runs to win, India chased down the target in 49.2 overs with four balls to spare to win the third and final ODI at MCG by 7-wickets. (Source: AP)

India vs Australia: MS Dhoni anchors, Kedar Jadhav finishes as India win ODI series

Virat Kohli's men became the first country to return from Australia without losing a single series having won the Test series 2-1 and drawn the T20 Internationals 1-1. (Source: AP)

India vs Australia: MS Dhoni anchors, Kedar Jadhav finishes as India win ODI series

Legspinner Yuzvendra Chahal took a record 6/42 to propel India to a seven-wicket win over Australia on Friday. (Source: AP)

India vs Australia: MS Dhoni anchors, Kedar Jadhav finishes as India win ODI series

After fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar removed both Australia openers, Chahal ran through the middle and lower order to end the innings with eight balls left in their 50 overs. (Source: AP)

India vs Australia: MS Dhoni anchors, Kedar Jadhav finishes as India win ODI series

Peter Handscomb's 58 from 63 balls was the only substantial contribution from an Australia batting order struggling to find consistency. (Source: AP)

Mahendra Singh Dhoni once again closed out India's match and series victory with an unbeaten innings of 87 from 114 balls in a perfectly paced run chase, completing the win with four balls to spare for the second consecutive match. (Source: AP)

Kedar Jadhav hit a four from the second ball of the final over from Marcus Stoinis to win the match. (Source: AP)