MS Dhoni scored a third successive half‑century to guide India to a seven‑wicket win against Australia and clinch the one‑day international series 2‑1.
Dhoni, who was dropped first ball, hit an unbeaten 87 and Kedar Jadhav was 61 not out in a 121‑run fourth‑wicket partnership as India won in Melbourne with four balls remaining.
The one‑day success follows India's first Test series win in Australia.
It is Australia's seventh straight ODI series defeat, extending a two‑year winless streak that has alarm bells ringing for the team's World Cup title defence.
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