Thursday, 20 June 2024

India breaks colossal record with spectacular defeat of West Indies

At the Brian Lara Cricket Academy, India defeated West Indies in the third one-day international to win the series 2-1, breaking a previous record.

India won the series-deciding ODI versus West Indies after suffering a loss in the second ODI. The visitors won by 200 runs, creating a new bar for themselves to surpass.

India breaks colossal record

India’s first-innings score of 351 runs against the West Indies in the third One-Day International broke a previous record.

India’s superb batting resulted in a 200-run deficit, demonstrating their superiority, despite the Windies losing wickets early. In the game, the squad achieved a new summit.

  • India wins 2-1 series at Brian Lara Cricket Academy.
  • India’s 351 runs in One-Day International break the previous record.
  • India scores 200 runs, breaks Manchester record, extends 13-game winning streak.

India beat the West Indies by a score of 200 runs, breaking the previous record of 125 runs set by Manchester. With a final score of 2-1, India extended their streak of victories over the West Indies to 13 games.

The margin of victory indicates the team’s dominance in international cricket, however, it is unclear whether this will elevate India to the top contender for the ICC ODI World Cup in 2023.

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