Australia v India: Virat Kohli's unbeaten 61 helps tourists draw T20 series
|Third Twenty20, Sydney Cricket Ground|
|Australia 164-6: Short 33, Pandya 4-36|
|India 168-4: Kohli 61*|
|India won by six wickets; series drawn 1-1|
Virat Kohli's masterful unbeaten half-century helped India beat Australia by six wickets in Sydney to draw the Twenty20 series 1-1.
The skipper made 61 off 41 balls as the tourists chased 165 to win with two balls to spare in front of a raucous crowd containing thousands of Indians.
Shikhar Dhawan's 22-ball 41 dominated an opening stand of 67 in 5.3 overs with Rohit Sharma.
Earlier, Krunal Pandya took 4-36 to help restrict Australia to 164-6.
Australia won a thrilling first T20 by four runs and the second was abandoned because of rain.
The sides begin a four-Test series on 6 December, followed by three one-day internationals starting on 12 January.