India won this series 2-1 and continued their dominance over Australia in this format, as you can see here:
Unusually for India, this dominance exists even when playing away matches.
The 4 neutral matches were all in the T20I World Championships.
We now look at individual performances.
Most runs- 100 and above:
The top 4 all played in this series. Kohli continues his reign at the top. Finch and Maxwell are next, but far behind. Dhawan completes the top 4.
Maxwell and Watson scored a century apiece. Kohli has 7 scores above 50, followed by RG Sharma, Yuvraj and Wade with 3 apiece.
Highest scores-50 and above:
The highest scores in this series are 85 by Kohli and 80 by Wade, both in the third match.
The number of innings played is not enough to compute the averages accurately. But we can look at the strike rates.
Highest strike rates-minimum 250 balls faced:
Maxwell and Kohli have almost identical strike rates.
Most wickets-5 and above:
While Bumrah did not play in this series, he still leads with 15 wickets. Zampa (9) has the best haul among those who played in this series. Jadeja (8) and Chahal (6) follow.
Best innings bowling (includes all instances of 3wi):
The best figures in this series were 3-22 by Henriques and 3-23 by newcomer Swepson.
Note that the best performance here (Ashwin’s 4-11) came in a World Championship match at a neutral venue.
Most dismissals (4 and above):
Dhoni clearly leads here, with Kohli taking the most catches among non-keepers.
Best innings fielding-3 or more dismissals:
Dhoni expectedly leads (along with Paine), while Behrendorff has the most among non-keepers.
All-round match performances (minimum 20 runs and 2 wickets):
The best here is by Watson, while Henriques joined this list during this series.