After Virat Kohli and Ravi Shastri were in charge, these five One-Day International series wins stand out as India’s best in recent history. India’s win over Namibia in Match 42 of the Super 12 round of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 was remembered for a very long time in the history of Indian Cricket.
On top of that, it was Virat Kohli’s last Twenty20 international match as captain of the Indian cricket team, which made the event even more emotional. According to Indian domestic cricket news, the 33-year-old cricket player has decided that he will no longer be India’s captain in Twenty20 Internationals.
- 2018, India Went On A Tour Of South Africa –
Before that game, they had just lost the previous Test series they were in by a score of 2-1. Because of how they played, there has been a lot of criticism of Virat Kohli and the Boys.
But every time this team was knocked down, they got back up stronger than before. In the first three one-day internationals, Virat Kohli and his team won, but in the fourth one, they lost. They lose the first game of the series, but they come back to win the next two games and the series as a whole.
- During the 2018-2019 season, India Was Travelling To Australia –
The Indian cricket team’s tour of Australia in 2018–19 was an incredible achievement for everyone involved. Virat Kohli and his team got off to a rocky start on their journey because they were unable to successfully defend their title after suffering a 2-1 defeat in the Twenty20 series. But throughout the time that India was trying to win their maiden Test series in Australia, they were making headlines for all of the wrong reasons. India has been able to maintain its perfect record in one-day internationals (ODIs) because of their dominant performance in these matches.
Even though Australia won the first one-day international by a score of 34 runs, India went on to win the following two. The exceptional play of Australia’s batting lineup in the first half of the first innings of the second one-day international contributed to the team’s total of 298 runs in that half of the game.
Because Virat Kohli struck such an impressive hundred, India was able to come out on top and win the match in just 49.2 overs. MS Dhoni was at the plate during the same match and faced 54 balls while racking up 55 runs without being dismissed. India bowled Australia out for 230 runs in the game and decided who would win the series, and then they scored enough runs in 49.2 overs to win the game and the series. Both MS Dhoni (who finished with 87 runs) and Kedar Jadhav (who finished with 61 runs) won the game for their respective sides by not getting out while batting.
- India And The West Indies Tour In 2019 –
The Indian cricket team went on a tour of the West Indies in 2019. India played a total of nine games during this tour. They played three Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is), three One-Day Internationals (ODIs), and two Tests. The West Indies didn’t win a single one of these games because of India. This was the first one-day international (ODI) game in a series of three games. The first game had to be moved because of bad weather. India, on the other hand, was able to win two more one-day international matches.
India beat West Indies by 59 runs in the second match. They did this by using the DLS. Virat Kohli, who scored 120 runs off 125 deliveries, deserves most of the credit for India’s first-innings score of 279 runs. When they were out for 210 runs, West Indies’s turn was over.
- India tour of New Zealand in 2019-
The Indian cricket team put up a fantastic display in New Zealand while they were there playing white-ball cricket in 2019. Before playing the fourth game, Virat Kohli and the Men had already won three consecutive one-day international matches in row. India was victorious in the last one-day international match of the series despite this setback.
India triumphed in the series because every member of their team collaborated to perform at their highest level. Every single member of the squad, regardless of whether they played with the bat or the ball, contributed significantly to the overall success of the group as a whole. At the end of the season, Ambati Rayudu finished with 190 runs, which works out to an average of 63.33 runs per game. Only after five matches did he accomplish this feat. M. Kuldeep Yadav came in eighth position overall, whereas Shami and Yuzvendra Chahal finished in a tie for ninth place.
- England tour of India in 2021 –
At the beginning of this year, many forms of English cricket were played in India. These forms included one or more of the following: After the tour, England supporters were dissatisfied because their team did not triumph in any of the series. Test matches and Twenty20 competitions were played in the years leading up to the One-Day International series. After England was defeated in both the Test and Twenty20 series, their confidence took a significant nosedive.
India scored 317 runs while England scored 251 in the first one-day international encounter between the two countries. India amassed 336 runs in the following one-day international match that they played. Despite this, England was able to win the game for their team by reaching the mark in only 43.3 overs courtesy of Jonny Bairstow and Ben Stokes, who were instrumental in winning the game for their team.
In the third one-day international match, the Indian batting lineup did an outstanding job once again, amassing 329 runs. England had a strong batting performance, but it wasn’t enough to prevent them from falling short by seven runs.