Hardik Pandya delivered a late-innings hitting exhibition to guide India to a six-wicket victory over Australia that clinches the T20I series.
Pandya came to the crease with India requiring close to 11 an over, and proceeded to hit three fours and two sixes, including one to win the match with three deliveries remaining, en route to an unbeaten 42 off 22 deliveries in pursuit of 195.
Australia batted first and a challenging total. Matthew Wade was the pick of the Aussie batters, smashing 58 off 32 deliveries, which included 10 fours and a six.
There were contributions from Steve Smith (46 off 38), Glenn Maxwell (22 off 13) and Moises Henriques (26 off 18). T Natarajan was the pick of the India bowlers, taking 2/20 in his four overs.
India got off to a flying start, scoring 50 in the first 10 overs before KL Rahul fell for 30 off 22. Shikhar Darwan anchored the innings, hitting four fours and two sixes en route to a 35-ball half century before he was caught.
Virat Kohli the drove his side towards the target, but he fell for 40 as the run rate required climbed beyond 10. Pandya strode to the crease purposefully and proceeded to take the game away from Australia with a controlled yet brutal innings.