India wrapped up another series win over England on Sunday with a nail-biting seven-run victory in the third and final ODI in Pune.
For the third straight game the hosts batted first and managed to post a score past the 300-run mark. Shikhar Dhawan (67), Rishabh Pant (78) and Hardik Pandya (64) all played valuable knocks that helped India to 329 before being dismissed.
The Indian bowlers then had England in trouble with a couple of big wickets early on that slumped the visitors to 168-6. The hosts looked set for an easy and big win but Sam Curran had other ideas and showcased his all-round skill with a handy knock.
Curran kept England in the contest with a brilliant half-century and despite a number of dropped chances towards the end, pushed the game into the final over.
Requiring 14 from the final six, Mark Wood was run out off the first ball of the over before further tight bowling by Pandya kept Curran and England out. Curran finished with a valiant 95 as England just came up short, while India sealed a 2-1 series win.