IND vs AUS: Australia beat India by 10 wickets, this shameful record recorded in the name of Team India
India vs Australia, 2nd ODIs: Today (March 19) the second match of the three-match ODI series between India and Australia was played at the Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy Cricket Stadium in Visakhapatnam. In this match, the Australian team defeated Team India by 10 wickets. Batting first in the match, the Indian team was all out for just 117 runs. At the same time, the Kangaroo team chased it in 11 overs without losing a wicket. At the same time, even with this defeat, an embarrassing record has been recorded in the name of the Indian team. Actually this is India’s biggest defeat in ODIs with the ball.
India lost with 234 balls
With the 10-wicket defeat against Australia, a shameful record has been registered in the name of Team India. In fact, this is India’s biggest defeat in ODIs with the ball in hand. India lost the match in Visakhapatnam with 234 balls to spare. This is the biggest defeat of Team India in terms of remaining balls. Earlier, India had lost against New Zealand in the year 2019 with 212 balls remaining. Although that match was played in Hamilton.
India’s five biggest defeats with the ball to spare
234 balls – v Australia, Visakhapatnam 2023
212 balls – vs New Zealand, Hamilton 2019
209 – Vs Sri Lanka, Dambulla 2010
181 – Vs Sri Lanka, Hambantota 2012
176 – Vs Sri Lanka, Dharamsala 2017
India became the first team to lose by 10 wickets thrice at home
Apart from this, another embarrassing record has also been recorded in the name of India in this match. Actually this has happened for the third time in India when Team India has been defeated by the opposition team by 10 wickets. At the same time, India has become the first team to face defeat by 10 wickets three times at home. At the same time, this is the third time since the year 2021 that the Indian team has faced defeat by 10 wickets in international cricket.
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