Usman Khawaja's rich vein of form continued with his second ODI century as Australia amassed 272-9 from their 50 overs, the opener's 106-ball 100 key for the tourists as only Peter Handscomb (52) joined him in passing 30. On the other hand, it was Australia's first bilateral ODI series win since their victory over Pakistan in 2017.
Adam Zampa (3-46) and his fellow bowlers then skittled India for 237 in exactly 50 overs to register their third successive victory as Australia overcame a 0-2 series deficit.
"Our spinners, and our batters adapted really well and at the end of the day, it was a really good team performance. Even when we lost the first two games, we had a good vibe in the dressing room", he added.
After Aaron Finch had departed for 27, Handscomb helped build a third-wicket stand of 99 with Khawaja, the pair's efforts crucial in getting Australia to what proved a match-winning total. You know, losing to India in Australia for the very first time.it was tough for the Australians to take.More news: New Chrome extension will hide toxic comments
- Kuldeep Yadav conceded 74 runs while taking a wicket in the final ODI played at Feroz Shah Kotla Ground which is now his second-most expensive bowling figures in ODIs.
In reply, India were reduced to 132 for six but Kedar Jadhav, who made 44, and Kumar threatened to pull off the chase during their 91-run stand for the seventh wicket.
Cummins got Kumar caught and bowled for 46 and Richardson sent back Jadhav to silence the home crowd. He was on 20.
Kohli was undone by extra bounce from Stoinis (2-31), Rishabh Pant (16) perished in the slips to Nathan Lyon (1-34), and Vijay Shankar holed out in the deep in an unnecessary show of aggression, having hit Zampa's previous ball for six.More news: Kylie Jenner Had Another Name In Mind for Stormi!
Rohit Sharma, who survived a dropped chance on 53, could not capitalise on the spill by Glenn Maxwell off Zampa as he got out to the same bowler three runs later.
Australia sealed a stunning, come-from-behind, 3-2 ODI series victory over India as they beat their hosts by 35 runs in the final one-day worldwide of the series in Delhi on Wednesday.
"Just probably one spot in the team that we have to discuss, and the rest of the team is pretty much sorted for us and we have been feeling pretty much balanced", Kohli was quoted as saying during the post-match presentation ceremony last night.More news: Michael Jackson Used His 'The Simpsons' Episode 'To Groom Boys'