India stormed to a series win with a 57-run defeat of Australia in the seventh ODI at Bangalore on Saturday.
Rohit Sharma scored a massive 209 to become the third Indian to score a double century after Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag.
James Faulkner who helped Australia win the Mohali ODI by slamming a brutal unbeaten 29-ball 64 was unable to get his team over the line as he managed to hit 116 as he scored the fastest 100 by an Australian in an ODI as he slammed a ton in 57 balls.
With a total of 38 sixes scored, this is the highest number of sixes ever scored in an ODI.
India won the series 3-2 after two games were washed out due to rain in this seven match series.
Vinay Kumar ensured he made the record books as he became the bowler who has the dubious record of conceding most runs in an innings in an ODI.
For Team India who end as No1 in ODI, this was a great win ahead of Diwali on Sunday. The Indian team will next play Sachin Tendulkar's farewell Test series agains West Indies.
Australia who head for the return Ashes later this month were looking for the momentum, this loss has many positives for them as their batsmen delivered in almost all matches reaching 290 plus scores in each and every match.