There was no stand out performance - Yuvraj Singh made runs and Ishant Sharma got wickets in the end, but there was no singular effort which could be called match-winning. This is the singular shift in India's cricket in what i will call the Chappell generation (despite his flaws, it was Greg Chappell and the Kiran More led selection committee who first built the Indian side around these players) - there is no longer any expectation that any victory must inevitably be built around 2-3 central figures in the side. Sourav Ganguly and John Wright tried to instill this, but their method was still built around one of the top 3 (Tendulkar, Ganguly or Dravid) batting for most of the 50 overs.
Things are going well for India. At some point they will lose a game or two. But the way they seem to have overcome the Mendis-Murali threat after the Test series in SL has been impressive.