India vs Pakistan: The Number story

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India vs Pakistan: The Number story

17 Jun 2019 309 Views Yash Mittal

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7-0- India's winning streak against Pakistan in WC encounters. Sunday's win by the Men in Blue was their seventh consecutive World Cup win against arch-rivals Pakistan, making it one of the most lopsided encounters in CWC history.

Most one-sided contests in World Cups-

7-0- IND v PAK

7-0- PAK v SL

6-0- WI v ZIM

5-0 PAK v ZIM

89 runs- The highest margin for India against Pakistan in a World Cup game.

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India's margin of wins against Pakistan in World Cups-

Sydney 1992- 43 runs

Bengaluru 1996- 39 runs

Manchester 1999- 47 runs

Centurion 2003- six wickets

Mohali 2011- 29 runs

Adelaide 2015- 76 runs

Manchester 2019- 89 runs

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222- Innings took by Virat Kohli to scale Mount 11,000 in ODI cricket. The Indian captain scored 73 against Pakistan and while completing his 57th run, he leapfrogged Sachin Tendulkar in terms of least innings taken to complete 11,000 runs. Kohli, who took just 222 innings to scale Mount 11,000 leads the club followed by his idol Sachin Tendulkar [276], Ricky Ponting [286], Sourav Ganguly [288] and Jacques Kallis [293].

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1st- Century stand for KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma. Batting together for the first time, the duo put on 136 runs for the opening wicket. Incidentally, this was also India's first-ever century opening stand against Pakistan in World Cup cricket.

24th- Century for Rohit Sharma in ODI cricket. The 24th ton came in his 203rd innings, making the Indian opener the fourth fastest to the landmark. Sharma also became the first Indian batsman to score back-to-back hundreds against Pakistan, backing up his 111* in Dubai with another match-winning 140 at Manchester.rohit sharma

5th- It's fair to say Rohit Sharma is in the form of his life. The Indian vice-captain notched up his fifth consecutive fifty-plus score in a row during his innings of 140 at Manchester.

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5-336- The highest total conceded by Pakistan in their World Cup history.

84- The number of runs conceded by Hasan Ali, making him the first Pakistani to concede that many runs in a World Cup game ever.

Yash Mittal

Bharat Army Cricket Writer

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