INDIA 100th WIN: India scored a century of victory against England, achieved this special achievement in the cricket field

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Highlights

  • India won ODI series against England
  • T20 series also captured
  • His 100th international win against England

INDIA 100th WIN: India ended their long tour of England on Sunday with a win. They won the third and deciding match against England by five wickets to take the three-match ODI series 2-1.

India successfully chased down England’s 260 in a volatile encounter in Manchester on Sunday with 47 balls to spare. Rishabh Pant scored an unbeaten century for India, while Hardik Pandya did wonders with both bat and ball while performing all-round. Apart from these, Chahal, Siraj and Jadeja also made important contributions.

India also made a special achievement after defeating England. India registered their 100th win against England in all formats. This is the third highest number of wins against an Indian team. India has won 131 matches against Sri Lanka and 102 against West Indies so far.

Most wins against an Indian team (all formats)

  • Sri Lanka: 132
  • West Indies: 102
  • England: 100
  • Australia: 96
  • New Zealand: 86

Along with winning the last ODI, India also made many more records under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma. While India won the ODI series in England after eight years, Rohit became the third Indian captain to win a bilateral ODI series in England. He equaled former captain Mohammad Azharuddin and Mahendra Singh Dhoni in this matter.

After Rohit became India’s full-time captain, this was the 7th consecutive series win for Team India under his leadership. Not only this, India defeated England in ODIs after 39 years in Manchester. India last won in 1983 under the captaincy of the great Kapil Dev. Since then India played three ODIs here and lost all three. In such a situation, Rohit Sharma has become the second Indian captain to beat England on this ground.

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