IND vs AUS 2023: 3 Records Broken at First ODI in Mumbai
Team India were in an awkward spot for a bit at the recently concluded inaugural ODI at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium on Friday 17 March, but managed to pull off a win against Australia. .
The win gives the hosts a 1-0 lead in the ongoing three-game series, with the second ODI scheduled for Sunday (March 19) at Vizag.
After hitting Australia first, the Indian bowlers bowled on a set plan and continued to take wickets at their usual confluences. Australia were only able to put his 188 runs on the board, even though Mitchell his marsh hit a staggering 81 runs off his 65 balls.
With 189 hunts, India’s top order is Mitchell StarkIndia lost half of their team by 83 runs, but KL Rahul and Ravindra Jadeya I stood firm and got the chase back on track.
Rahul posted an unbeaten 75 and looked to be playing with a nice touch, but Jadeja gave him a valuable and much-needed support at 45*. The duo he connected a 108-run stand to lead India to his five-wicket victory.
Several records were broken or created at the opening ODI in Mumbai. In that regard, let’s take a look at three from his recently signed first one-day international flight between India and Australia.
#3 Virat Kohli is currently India’s second most international winner.
He didn’t do well and didn’t contribute much, but Virat Kohli was able to set a milestone with his first ODI.
A part of the Indian squad for almost 15 years, the modern-day legend has won several games in India and has been a key factor in countless victories over the years.
Friday’s win was Kohli’s 295th win in international competition in India. This joins former skipper his MS Dhoni (295 wins) in the list of Indian players with the most wins in international cricket.legendary hitter Sachin Tendulkar Top with 307 career wins.
#2 Minimum Overs Taken By India To Beat Australia In ODI
Australia were bundled with 188 runs (the third lowest ODI total against India in India) in a top-tier bowling display by the hosts. The hosts needed just 35.4 overs to pack the entire Australian team.
Interestingly, these are the fewest overs India have won over Australia in a men’s ODI innings. India’s best record so far was when he skittled out an Australian unit for 181 in his 35.5 overs at Indore in 2001.
#1 KL Rahul scored second most runs for India after first 50 ODI innings
India’s star player, KL Rahul, struck with great composure when India went into disastrous conditions against Australia and delivered a striking strike.
His 75* knock also helped him break an important record on Friday. After his excellent play, the Karnataka-born hitter became the Indian player with the second most RBIs after his 50 ODI innings in the first.
After batting 50 innings for India, Rahul scored 1,945 runs at an average of 46.3. This was the second highest tally behind Sikar Dhawan, who scored 2,049 runs in the first 50 ODI innings.
Rahul broke Virat Kohli’s record on Friday, scoring 1,919 runs in that period.