No of Records Made in India vs Australia – 1st ODI match

India vs Australia After Match Celebration

Record Breaker Match


After a successful win against Australia in the 1st ODI, Kohli touched the figure of 10 consecutive wins in his name. Which is now the longest winning streak by an Indian captain.

During this match which is played at Chennai, some records are created. Some of them listed in great records and some in the embarrassing record.


100th 50 Club:

One of the greatest records that MS Dhoni has achieved is the 100th international-half-century club. Which comes with his Masterclass knock of 79 at Chennai. He is now the 14th player in the cricket world and 4th Indian player to do so.




Lower order blast:

The runs added by the lower order batsman in this match 198 is the 2nd highest for India. In which after Lossing 5 wickets early India managed to score a defendable target of 282.


Lowest defending target:

Defending a target of 282 against Australia this is the 2nd lowest target that India successfully defended. Before it in 1986 India defended a target of 193 at Ahmadabad.


All Rounder:

Hardik Pandya is now the 2nd player to score 83 runs and having 2 wickets in his name. Before it, Yuvraj Singh achieved the feat in 2011 match against West Indies. In which he scored 113 and taken 2 wickets.


Now let’s have a look at some embarrassing records


Captain’s Aggregate:

The runs made by the captain of two teams combiningly is 1 which is the lowest in any India vs Australia match. The previous lowest was 3 in 1981 at Sydney and 1998 at Kanpur.


Openers fumble:

India lost his first 3 wickets in 11 runs, this is the 2nd lowest run aggregate in which India lost 3 wickets. In 2005 India lost its 3 wickets in 5 runs match against South Africa played at Hyderabad.


Middle order golden duck:

For the 4th time, India’s no 3 and no 4 batsman gets out for a duck. This 4th one added in the match at Chennai when Kohli and Manish got out in same over of Coulter-Nile with a golden duck.




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