In the third and final ODI at Melbourne Cricket Ground, India continue their fighting to mark another historic victory and MS Dhoni is leading the fight with another half century.
Kedar Jadhav gives good support to Dhonin and both the batsmen are trying to build up a fourth wicket partnership. India needs 83 runs off 74 balls for a win. Earlier, India got off to a bad start with losing Rohit Sharma's wicket early. Shikhar Dhawan stood at the field for a while but could not pile up runs much. He took 23 off 46 balls and succumbed to Marcus Stoinins.
Virat Kohli batted well but allowed a catch to Alex Carey off Jhye Richardson.