Cricket

IND vs AUS: India breaks record for most wins in T20Is, goes past Pakistan

In a historic moment, India secured a remarkable 20-run victory over Australia in the fourth T20I at the Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium in Raipur on Friday. This victory marked a significant milestone for the Men in Blue, propelling them to 136 T20I wins and surpassing their arch-rivals, Pakistan, who have 135 victories. India now stands atop the list of teams with the most wins in T20Is, showcasing their dominance in the format.

The top five teams with the most T20I wins now include India (136), Pakistan (135), New Zealand (102), Australia (95), and South Africa (95). This accomplishment underscores India’s prowess and consistency in T20I cricket on the global stage.

Furthermore, the 3-1 series triumph against Australia not only solidified India’s position at the pinnacle of T20I victories but also extended their unbeaten streak in home T20I series to an impressive 14 consecutive wins. The last time India faced a home series defeat in the format was against Australia, where they succumbed to a 0-2 loss. This recent series win against Australia not only showcased India’s resilience but also reinforced their formidable record in T20I cricket, particularly on home soil.

Most wins in T20Is (Top 10)

  • India – 136 wins in 213 matches
  • Pakistan – 135 wins in 226 matches
  • New Zealand – 102 wins in 200 matches
  • Australia – 95 wins in 181 matches
  • South Africa – 95 wins in 171 matches
  • England – 92 wins in 177 matches
  • Sri Lanka – 79 wins in 180 matches
  • West Indies – 76 wins in 184 matches
  • Afghanistan – 74 wins in 118 matches
  • Ireland – 64 wins in 154 matches

Talking more about the match

Axar Patel shone with a three-wicket haul, while Rinku Singh’s explosive 29-ball 46 powered India to a convincing 20-run victory over Australia in the fourth match of the five-match T20I series at the Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium in Raipur on Friday.

Under the leadership of Suryakumar Yadav, the Indian team displayed a remarkable comeback, showcasing a clinical performance that secured an unassailable 3-1 lead in the series. This win marked a significant turnaround after India’s defeat to the current World Cup champions in Guwahati, highlighting the team’s resilience and ability to bounce back in style.

Thank you for reading.

Prachi Rajan - 850 Posts

Experienced content writer with a demonstrated history of writing content for trending products and services. Writing digital content for companies that provides information or showcases the products or services they offer. Social Media Expert Basic Knowledge of SEO

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button