Team India Strengthened Its Own World Record, and Pakistan Left Far Behind

Team India

Team India has strengthened its own world record. The Pakistan team has lagged far behind in this matter. The Indian cricket team has won the most consecutive ODI series against one country.

The Indian cricket team strengthened its own world record even more by winning the last match of the three-match ODI series played on Tuesday, August 1. India has won the 13th successive ODI series against the West Indies.

Team India

The Indian team is the team with the most consecutive bilateral series wins against one country. In this matter, now Pakistan’s team has been left far behind. India strengthened the world record by winning the ODI series decider match in Trinidad.

India has defeated the West Indies in the 13th consecutive ODI series for the 13th time at home or away, while Pakistan is second in this case with 11 series wins. This series of India has been going on since 2007. At the same time, Pakistan has not allowed Zimbabwe to win a single series since 1996.

Team India

The Pakistan team has also continued its winning streak against the West Indies. Pakistan has defeated West Indies in 10 bilateral ODI series from 1999 to 2022, while India holds the record for most consecutive series wins against Sri Lanka. The Sri Lankan team could not win a single series against the Indian team from 2007 to 2023.

Most successive bilateral ODI series wins against a team:

India vs West Indies (2007–23) -13

Pakistan v Zimbabwe (1996–21) – 11

Pakistan v West Indies (1999–22) – 10

India vs Sri Lanka (2007–23) – 10

Apart from this, this is the second biggest win of the Indian cricket team in terms of runs against the West Indies. India had earlier defeated West Indies by 224 runs in 2018 at Mumbai and now the team has won by 200 runs here. In 2007, the West Indies team was defeated by India by 160 runs, and in 2011, it won the ODI match by 153 runs.

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