Chahal shares the record with fellow Indian Ajit Agarkar, who claimed the same figures against Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in 2004. Meanwhile, MS Dhoni was aware as it might have been the plan.
India leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal captured the best figures by any bowler in one-day cricket in Australia to restrict the home side to just 230 in the third and deciding game in Melbourne on Friday.
The Virat Kohli-led side started their tour with a three-match Twenty20 global (T20I) series that ended in a 1-1 draw, followed by a historic first-ever 2-1 Test series win for India on Australian soil.
Maxwell briefly threatened to sway the momentum away from India as he aced the challenge against his arch-nemesis Chahal, dispatching him thrice to the boundary every time the legspinner either dropped it short or offered a juicy full-toss. Jason Behrendorff will, unfortunately, miss this game due to back soreness.
The changes which Australia made going into the decider goes to show that they are under the pump.
Former India captain and current wicket-keeper batsman Mahendra Singh Dhoni has surely got the opinions coming on his side after him scoring two half-centuries in as many matches in the ongoing series against Australia.More news: Pompeo calls for ending Gulf dispute during Qatar visit
Australia's innings began with captain Aaron Finch desperately trying to regain his form, before being the second of the opening pair dismissed inside the first 10 overs.
Adam Zampa charged down the wicket to Chahal and holed out to Vijay Shankar at long-on for eight and Billy Stanlake was bowled by Shami for a duck.
The official broadcaster of India vs Australia ODI Series in India is Sony Sports Network. India did not really need a lot of runs and the huge ground allowed Dhoni to rotate the strike, run the twos and confuse the Australians with his brilliant placement.
On the other hand, Australia might ponder to include Adam Zampa in place of Nathan Lyon, who hasn't looked lethal in his bowling.
Marsh followed up his fifty in the first ODI with an impressive 131 off 123 balls in the next game. Catch the live action 7:00 AM IST onwards.