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Australia beat India by 34 runs, Rohit's century goes in vain, 13 big records created

In the first match played in Sydney, Australia defeated India by 34 runs to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series. Earlier, batting first, Australia scored 288 runs for 5 wickets. Chasing the target, the Indian team scored 254 runs in 9 wickets and lost the match.
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In the first match played in Sydney, Australia defeated India by 34 runs to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series. Earlier, batting first, Australia scored 288 runs for 5 wickets. Chasing the target, the Indian team scored 254 runs in 9 wickets and lost the match.
While chasing the target, Behrendroff Richardson pushed India to the backfoot. Dhoni and Rohit Sharma took charge after 3 wickets fell on the score 4 runs. After the dismissal of Dhoni (51), Rohit completed his 22nd century and later he did not get any support from Karthik (12) and Jadeja (8).
In the end, Rohit Sharma was also dismissed for 133 runs. In the end, India scored 254 for 9 in 50 overs. Richardson took four wickets for 26 runs, while Behrendorff and Stoinis took 2 wickets each.

During this exciting encounter between India and Australia, a total of 13 big records were created. Let's see.

1. Players making the most runs in the India-Australia series:

With an incredible knock of 133, Rohit Sharma has overtaken Australia's legendary wicketkeeper batsmen Adam Gilchrist in the case of most runs in the series between India and Australia. Gilchrist had 1622 scored while Rohit Sharma has scored 1670*.
3077 runs - Sachin Tendulkar 2164 runs - Ricky Ponting 1670 runs - Rohit Sharma 1622 runs - Adam Gilchrist

2. Most consecutive ODIs missed for Australia between two appearances:

169 - Peter Siddle* (2010-19) 157 - Brad Hogg (1996-02) 149 - Nathan Hauritz (2003-09) 142 - Matthew Hayden (1994-00) 138 - Tim Paine (2011-18)

3. Most ODIs to take 100 ODI wickets for India:

Bhuvneshwar Kumar becomes the 19th India bowler to complete 100 wickets in ODIs. It took him 96 matches to achieve this, In terms of matches, he's now the slowest Indian pacer to reach 100 wickets.
  1. 308 Saurav Ganguly
  2. 268 Sachin Tendulkar
  3. 266 Yuvraj Sing
  4. 100 Ravi Shastri
  5. 96 Bhuvneshwar Kumar
  6. 85 V Prasad/R Jadeja

4. Lowest score for India at the fall of the third wicket in ODIs:

4 vs Zim, Adelaide, 2004 4 vs Aus, SCG, 2019* 5 vs SA, Hyderabad, 2005 6 vs Zim, Tunbridge Wells, 1983.

5. Dhoni completes 10000 runs in ODI for India:


MS Dhoni becomes the 5th batsman to score 10000 ODI runs for India, joining Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid and Virat Kohli.

6. Most international matches lost by India at a venue:

After losing the first ODI by 35 runs against Australia, India registered their 19th defeat in Sydney Cricket Ground. 37 - Sharjah 20 - MCG, Colombo (RPS) 19 - SCG* 18 - Eden Gardens 17 - Lord's, Wankhede

7. Most sixes against Australia in ODIs:

Rohit Sharma has now hit 64 sixes against Australia in ODIs - the most by a player against the opposition in ODIs, going past Shahid Afridi's 63 sixes against Sri Lanka in ODIs.

8. Most sixes against Australia in Australia in ODIs:

26 - ROHIT SHARMA* 25 - Shahid Afridi

9. Rohit Sharma's 22nd century in ODIs:

After this century Rohit is third joint most for India (With Ganguly) 20th century as an opener in ODIs - the second most by an Indian (Going past Ganguly's 19) 7th v Australia in ODIs - the second most (Going past Haynes six)

10. Highest fourth wicket stands when the first three wickets added less than 10 runs:

150 - Border/Hughes v WI, Castries, 1984 137 - Rohit/Dhoni v Aus, SCG, 2019* 133 - Dravid/Laxman v Zim, Adelaide, 2004

11. Virat Kohli dismissed in singer digit:

Virat Kohli has been dismissed for a single-digit score after 482 days in ODIs and after 21 innings.

12. Most ODI 100s by visiting batsman against Australia:

Rohit Sharma becomes the first visiting cricketer to score 4 ODI centuries against Australia in Australia. 4 - Rohit Sharma (in 17 inns) 3 - Viv Richards (in 38 inns)

13. Most International wins:

Australia becomes the first team to register 1000 wins in International cricket.
  1. 596 - South Africa
  2. 1000 - Australia
  3. 774 - England
  4. 711 - India
  5. 702 - Pakistan
  6. 608 - West Indie
  7. 522 - Sri Lanka
  8. 488 - New Zealand
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