WI Vs IND: India Created History After Defeating West Indies, Broke Pakistan's World Record
This is also the world record for most consecutive ODI series wins against any team of India. With this achievement, India has broken Pakistan's world record. Pakistan had won the ODI series against Zimbabwe 11 times in a row so far.
The Indian team is currently on the West Indies tour. India is currently playing a three-match ODI series against West Indies. In the second match, India beat West Indies by 2 wickets. With this victory, India has achieved a big achievement. India has taken an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. It means that what India has taken possession of. With this, India has also made a record of winning 12 consecutive ODI series against the West Indies. This is also the world record for most consecutive ODI series wins against any team of India. With this achievement, India has broken Pakistan's world record. Pakistan had won the ODI series against Zimbabwe 11 times in a row so far.
Talking about the record of winning the most ODI series against any team, India has come at number 1. In second place is Pakistan, which has defeated Zimbabwe in 11 consecutive ODI series. Third also, there is a dominance of Pakistan. He has defeated West Indies 10 times. South Africa is at number four after beating Zimbabwe nine times in a row. At the same time, India has defeated Sri Lanka in 9 consecutive series. All-rounder Axar Patel's unbeaten knock of 64 off 35 balls helped India beat West Indies by two wickets with two balls to spare in a thrilling second one-day international on Sunday in the three-match series. took an unassailable lead of 0.
India had a big target of 312 runs but Axar hit five sixes and three fours in his innings to give the team a spectacular victory. The Indian team got off to a slow start but first Shreyas Iyer (63 runs) and Sanju Samson (54 runs) took the responsibility by sharing 99 runs for the fourth wicket, while the latter made a splash. Akshar's six made the team 312 for eight in 49.4 overs. He also took one wicket for 40 runs.