India’s latest One-day sequence win over Sri Lanka prolonged their best-ever win spree within the format to eight, between June 2016 and December 2017. A have a look at those that made it attainable.

| Up to date: Dec 19, 2017, 08:20 IST

Highlights

  1. With 1560 runs in 26 matches, Kohli is India’s main run-getter with a formidable common of 78
  2. Jasprit Bumrah’s 50 wickets from 25 matches makes him the main wicket-taker, adopted by Hardik Pandya’s 31 scalps from 27 matches

Jasprit Bumrah and Virat Kohli have been India's best bet in the batting and bowling departmentsJasprit Bumrah and Virat Kohli have been India’s greatest wager within the batting and bowling departments

NEW DELHI: India’s latest one-day sequence win over Sri Lanka prolonged their best-ever win spree within the format to eight. Having misplaced 1-Four to Australia initially of final yr, India have gained every of the eight bilateral sequence they’ve performed. The world document is 14 consecutive bilateral sequence victories by West Indies between 1980 and 1988.

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Out of ten bilateral sequence towards Sri Lanka in India since 1982, India have gained 9 – the remaining one led to a draw. India have gained 21 out of 29 ODIs contested (misplaced 7 and NR 1). India’s win/loss ratio of three.000 is their all-time greatest in a calendar yr. Additionally. their run-rate of 5.93 is their greatest ever in a calendar yr in ODIs, eclipsing the 5.88 recorded in 2009.

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Such a splendid run has been made attainable by Virat Kohli the captain, and the batsman. With 1560 runs in 26 matches, Kohli is India’s main run-getter with a formidable common of 78. Subsequent in line is Rohit Sharma, who has 1112 runs from 21 matches.

Jasprit Bumrah’s 50 wickets from 25 matches makes him the main wicket-taker, adopted by Hardik Pandya’s 31 scalps from 27 matches.

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