See all of the big hits from this amazing game.
It all came down to the final game in the series and what a way for it to finish as India won the seventh and final game of the series by 57 runs.
Rohit Sharma’s ridiculous 209 – just the third time in the history of ODI cricket that a batsmen made a double ton – rightly stole the show, but there were a host of simply stunning feats during this incredible match.
And perhaps the biggest story of the night wasn’t a record at all, but something we’ve seen far too many times before – a Shane Watson injury.
Sharma’s heroics meant James Faulkner’s incredible innings went virtually unnoticed.
The young all-rounder set a new record for the fastest ODI hundred by an Australian, belting 100 off just 57 balls.
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