Australia vs India: Top 7 Records which were created during the first ODI at SCG

Australia vs India: Top 7 Records which were created during the first ODI at SCG

Australia vs India: Top 7 Records which were created during the first ODI at SCG. Here is the detailed list of the top 7 records created during the first ODI encounter. Australia vs India: Top 7 Records which were created during the first ODI at SCG.

The first ODI between Australia and India marked a lot of significant records from both sides. Australia defeated India in the opener of the tour by 66 runs, chasing the mammoth total of 374 runs, India was confined to just 308 runs in 50 overs.

However both the sides recorded some good knocks from the batsmen. Aaron Finch and Steve Smith scored a well-made century while Glenn Maxwell collecting 45 from 19 balls. From India, Shikhar Dhawan scored 74 runs and Hardik Pandya smacked 90 from 76 balls.

Top seven records that were created during the first ODI between Australia and India.

Top 7 records created in Australia vs India 1st ODI:

Second Fastest Batsman to hit 5000 One Day Internationals runs:

Australian limited over skipper, Aaron Finch during his stay at the middle reached the landmark of completing 5000 ODI runs. However, this was not enough for the right-handed batsman. He became the second-fastest Australian batsman to ammas 5000 ODI runs after David Warner. He achieved this feat in 126th innings surpassing former Australian late Dean Jones who took 128 innings.

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Third fastest ODI century:

After the blistering start to the innings, Steve Smith controlled the innings and gave no time for Indian bowlers to settle down. Smith reached his 10th ODI ton in just 62 balls. He hit the third fastest ODI century by any Australian and the second-fastest against India.

Glenn Maxwell holds the record of fastest ODI century in just 51 balls while James Faulkner smashed the second-fastest ton in 57 balls against India.

Most 150+ partnership in ODIs:

With the 156 runs stand for the opening wicket for Australia, Aaron Finch and David Warner now holds the record of most 150+ runs partnership in ODIs. Warner and Finch stitched their fourth 150+ partnership.

Most 150+ runs against a team:

Finch/Warner – 4 vs India

Rohit/Kohli – 3 vs Sri Lanka

Rohit/Dhawan -3 vs Australia

Most runs leaked by an Indian spinner in ODIs:

In the mammoth total of 374 runs, Australians ruthlessly smashed Yuzvendra Chahal for runs. Chahal in the quota of 10 overs leaked 89 runs in the first ODI against Australia. Chahal embarked his name at the top of the list of most runs conceded in an ODI.

Most runs conceded by Indian spinners:

  • 89 Y Chahal vs Aus Sydney 2020 *
  • 88 Y Chahal vs Eng Edgbaston 2019
  • 85 P Chawla vs Pak Mirpur 2008
  • 84 Kuldeep vs NZ Hamilton 2020
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Australia recorded its highest ODI total against India:

With 374 runs on board, Australia records its highest total against India in ODIs on Friday at Sydney Cricket Ground. Australia’s 374 is the fourth-highest total against Men In Blue overall.  

Highest ODI totals vs India

  • 438/4 by SA, Mumbai WS, 2015
  • 411/8 by SL, Rajkot 2009
  • 374/6 by Aus, Sydney 2020
  • 366/8 by Eng, Cuttack 2017

Fastest Indian batsmen to 1000 runs:

In response to the massive 374 runs total, India did not lose hopes till the end. Hardik Pandya becomes the highest run-scorer for India with 90 runs in 76 deliveries. Hardik Pandya has now become the fastest Indian to hit 1000 runs in just 857 balls in the One Day International. However, previously, Kedar Jadhav held the record in 937 balls.

The sixth consecutive loss for India:

As hosts defeated Men in Blue by 66 runs at SCG, India recorded its sixth straight loss in international cricket. Previously, India lost 3 matches ODI series to New Zealand and two test matches. India recorded this worrying record after 17 long years.

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