Australia's Ellyse Perry was back at the top of the list of all-rounders after a fine show in the second ODI of their three-match series against England.
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Ellyse Perry (batting on 27) and Ashleigh Gardner (batting on 13) ensured that Australia didn't suffer more damage by batting out the 10.2 overs left in the day.
The second ODI between the Australian women and India would remain not merely as one that offered an exciting finish but as one where Indians, despite ending second best, emerged out of it with their honour and dignity magnified.
The visitors completed a tricky chase of 265 -- their highest-ever -- in the last over.
Trailblazers chased down the small target of 48 in just 7.5 overs to complete a nine-wicket win.
Mandhana, who missed the first two matches of the series due to a toe injury, smashed a 63-ball 74 and raised a match-winning 141-run partnership with fellow opener Rodrigues (69 off 92).
The 35-year-old will only play ODIs, in which format she is the world's highest wicket-taker with 200 scalps from 169 games.