A video showing the highlights of the fourth one-day internationals at Adelaide where India defeated Australia by four wickets in the fourth match of the ODI tri-series.

Chasing 270, India got home with two balls to spare and skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni remaining unbeaten on 44. Gautam Gambhir top-scored with 92

 

The Indians needed 13 runs from the last over and Dhoni hit a huge six — 112m — from the third ball off Clint McKay to swing the game in India's favour. The subsequent ball turned out to be a no-ball and that made the task easier for the Indians.

 

This is the highest-ever chase India have managed against any side in Australia. Their previous best was 263 against New Zealand in Brisbane in 1986. India's best chase against Australia was 242 for four in Sydney in 2008.

 

It still was a touch and go when Raina departed in the 47th over and the equation was down to 27 runs from the final three overs. Some brisk running brought it down to 17 from the final two overs.

 

Xavier Doherty bowled the penultimate over and gave only four runs, claiming Ravindra Jadeja (12) to a catch in the deep. It was now down to 13 from the final over.

 

The Indian skipper, who batted slowly but assuredly, remained unbeaten on 44 of 58 balls with a solitary six.

 

Earlier, Gambhir played his most assured knock of the summer. The left-hander was in control all through till he was adjudged leg before wicket to McKay which was a marginal call at best.