Glenn Maxwell impacted 96 from only 83 conveyances to lead Australia to an exciting three-wicket win over India in the third one-day universal Sunday and take the arrangement.
After Australian skipper Steve Smith won the hurl at the Melbourne Cricket Ground and sent India into bat, the guests made 295 for six from their 50 overs because of a magnificent 117 from Virat Kohli.
The Indians were well in dispute for their first win of the arrangement when they had Australia in a bad position at 215 for six. Be that as it may, Maxwell, who was out only one run shy of triumph, consolidated with James Faulkner to guide Australia home.
The win gives Australia an unassailable three-nil lead in the best-of-five arrangement.
Openers Shaun Marsh and Aaron Finch assaulted from the beginning and traveled in the initial couple of overs, rebuffing some wayward knocking down some pins.
When it looked like India would get a toehold, Maxwell stayed in control and bit by bit lifted the scoring with a blend of nervy limits and brisk running. Prior, Kohli crushed his keeps running from only 117 balls, hitting seven fours and two sixes, to end up the quickest man to reach 7,000 keeps running in one-day internationals, taking 161 innings to achieve the turning point.