India beat Australia in the second ODI India won the series 2-1 by defeating Australia by 7 wickets in the third and final match of the one-day series, thanks to the brilliant batting of Rohit Sharma and captain Virat Kohli.
Australia won the toss for the third ODI of the series played in Bangalore, but decided to bat first but failed to get off to a good start and the opening 2 wickets fell to an overall score of 46.
Former Australian captain Steve Smith took charge of his team's batting and played remarkable innings of 131 runs, including 14 fours and a six.
Marnus Labuschagne supported Smith in the third wicket partnership and when the score reached 173, Jadeja ended his 54-run stand.
Alex Carey was the third batsman to score 35, which resisted the Indian bowlers for a while, but the other batsmen failed to convert Smith and Labuschagne’s efforts into big scores.
Captain Finch scored 19 and Agar scored 11 and managed to cross the double-digit.
Australia scored 286 for 9 in the stipulated 50 overs and gave an easy target to the Indian team with strong batting.
Mohammad Shami bowled the best from India and got 4 wickets, Jadeja took 2 wickets.
Rohit Sharma and Rahul provided a good start to the hosts by 69 runs, after which Sharma and Virat Kohli added a score of 206 to ensure the team's win.
Rohit Sharma completed his hundred during that partnership and was dismissed for 119, Zympa was caught by Stark.
When Virat Kohli came out, the team's score was 274 runs and their individual score was 89, but S Nair and Pandey scored unbeaten 44 and 8, respectively, to score 15 balls.
India chased the desired target by scoring 289 for 3 wickets and winning the match by 7 wickets and also making it 3-1 series.
Remember that Australia won by 10 wickets in the first match of the series, but in the second match, Shakir Dhawan and Rahul's brilliant innings helped India win the match by 36 runs.