Who won the 2nd ODI Ind vs AUS?
AUS-W vs IND-W 2nd ODI HIGHLIGHTS: Australia wins by five wickets, registers 26th successive win.
Who won 2nd One Day?
Pakistan vs Australia, 2nd ODI, Highlights: Imam-ul-Haq and Babar Azam scored inspiring centuries as Pakistan defeated Australia in the ongoing second ODI at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore.
Who won the 3rd ODI India vs Australia?
India win, they beat Australia by 2 wickets in 3rd ODI and break Australia’s 26-match winning streak.
Which team scored highest runs in ODI?
|England||481/6||ODI # 4011|
|England||444/3||ODI # 3773|
|Sri Lanka||443/9||ODI # 2390|
|South Africa||439/2||ODI # 3583|
Who won ODI 2020?
India tour of Australia, 2020-21 results: India wins Border-Gavaskar Trophy and T20I series 2-1. Australia wins ODI series 2-1. India, on Tuesday, wrapped up what has been a successful tour Down Under, beating Australia by three wickets at the Gabba to retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.
Who is the man of the match of 2nd ODI?
Prasidh Krishna has taken 15 wickets from just 6 matches in his ODI career – he won the man of the match award as well in the 2nd ODI.
How many runs India have?
As of 11 February 2022 India has played 1002 ODI matches resulting in 521 Victories, 431 Defeats, 9 Ties and 41 No results for W/L ratio of 1.21 and an overall winning percentage of 54.68.
Who win 2nd ODI pak vs Australia?
Pakistan win by 6 wickets! 23:36 IST: 48.5: Nathan Ellis to Khushdil Shah, Scores level! Full and on off, Khushdil Shah makes room and pushes it to mid on for a single. 23:35 IST: 48.4: Nathan Ellis to Khushdil Shah, SIX!
Who won today 3rd ODI match?
West Indies are bowled out for 169, and with that, India complete a comprehensive 96-run victory to sweep the ODI series 3-0!
Who scored 400 runs in ODI?
The most recent 400+ score was achieved by England, who scored 418/6 in 50 overs against the West Indies at the National Cricket Stadium, Grenada on 27 February 2019. The world record is held by England in their innings of 481/6 in 50 overs against Australia at Trent Bridge, Nottingham on 19 June 2018.