Second Twenty20 International
Sri Lanka 206-7 (K C Sangakkara 59) v India 211-4 (V Sehwag 64, Yuvraj Singh 60 no)
India beat Sri Lanka by 6 wkts
India pulled off the highest run chase in the history of Twenty20 Internationals to make sure honours ended even in the two-match series with Sri Lanka.
The tourists seemed certain to complete a clean sweep when they posted a total of 206-7 in Mohali, in-form skipper Kumar Sangakkara making 59.
However Virender Sehwag (64) got India's run chase off to a fast start before Yuvraj Singh saw his side home with an unbeaten 60.
Remarkably, the hosts got over he finishing line with five balls to spare, birthday boy Yuvraj ending the contest in style with a six, his fifth maximum during a stunning 25-ball knock.
He had combined with skipper Mehendra Singh Dhoni in a crucial 80-run stand and despite losing a couple of wickets late on, India cruised home.
Sehwag had earlier thrilled the crowd with his second T20 half-century, putting on an opening stand worth 58 in just six overs with Gautam Gambhir (21) - who was cleared of swine flu just hours before play got underway.
Things could have been different, though, had Sanath Jayasuriya clung on to a chance from Sehwag's bat when he had only 14 to his name.
Dhoni (46) was also dropped early on, while Yuvraj was given a let-off on 40 during a Nuwan Kulasekara over that cost 23 runs.
India, however, had been just as generous in the field themselves, wasting a hatful of opportunities for the second successive outing.
Sangakkara made them pay for their profligacy, too, following up his 78 in his team's win on Wednesday with a well-made 59 from 31 balls.
The left-hander helped add 81 for the second wicket with Jayasuriya (31) following Tillakaratne Dilshan's dismissal to the eighth ball of the match.
Chinthaka Jayasinghe weighed in with 38 before becoming the third victim for the left-arm spin of Yuvraj (3-23), as India's slow bowlers helped get the run-rate under control.
The two teams now face each other in a five-match one-day series, with the opening game on Tuesday at Rajkot, which is live on Sky Sports.