Monday, October 9, 2023

Virat Kohli surpasses Sachin Tendulkar in ICC competition during India vs. Australia stats attack

 NEW DELHI: India's pursuit ace Virat Kohli scratched his name into the record books on Sunday by unparalleled Sachin Tendulkar's record for the most shows to an Indian in white-ball ICC competitions. Kohli accomplished this striking accomplishment during India's essential match against Australia in the ICC ODI World Cup in Chennai.

Kohli's uncommon accomplishment came in his 67th match in white-ball ICC competitions, as he, with 2785 runs, outperformed Tendulkar's amazing record of 2,719 runs in 61 matches. Kohli accomplished this achievement with a surprising batting normal of 65.23, supplemented by two centuries and 25 half-hundreds of years. Tendulkar, a cricket legend, collected more than 2,000 runs in white-ball ICC competitions with a normal of 52.28, including seven centuries and 16 fifties.

Most runs for India in ICC restricted over competitions

2785 - Virat Kohli (64 Innings)

2719 - Sachin Tendulkar (58)

2422 - Rohit Sharma (64)

1707 - Yuvraj Singh (62)

1671 - Sourav Ganguly (32)

Quite, Kohli likewise overshadowed Kumar Sangakkara's record for the most half-hundreds of years (113) by a non-opener in worldwide cricket. This remarkable accomplishment highlighted Kohli's consistency and capacity to perform under tension.

Most 50+ scores as a non-opener in ODIs

113 - Virat Kohli

112 - Kumar Sangakkara

109 - Ricky Ponting

102 - Jacques Kallis

Alongside his own records, the unique organization of 165 runs among Kohli and KL Rahul pushed India to triumph as well as laid out another record for India against Australia in World Cup matches. This organization was not exclusively India's best against Australia for any wicket in a World Cup game yet in addition their third-best for the fourth wicket in ODIs against Australia.

Most elevated associations for fourth wickets or underneath for India in World Cup

196* - MS Dhoni and SK Raina versus ZIM, Auckland, 2015

165 - V Kohli and KL Rahul versus AUS, Chennai, 2023

142 - VG Kambli and NS Sidhu versus ZIM, Kanpur, 1996

141 - A Jadeja and RR Singh versus AUS, The Oval, 1999

India versus Australia match saw an exceptional circle back as the hosts, recuperating from an unstable place of 3 wickets for only 2 runs, effectively pursued down an objective of 200, protecting a noteworthy triumph with six wickets close by. This momentous rebound exhibited India's strength and set another benchmark for the most reduced score from which any group has proceeded to win a men's ODI.

Least score at fall of third wkt to dominate an ODI game

2 - India versus AUS, Chennai, 2023

4 - India versus ZIM, Adelaide, 2004

4 - Sri Lanka versus Boycott, Mirpur, 2009

5 - Sri Lanka versus NZ, Dhaka, 1998

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