When was the last ODI between India and Australia?
Watch the highlights of Rohit Sharma 209 – India vs Australia 7th ODI 2013 – Australia tour of India 7-match one-day international series of the 7th ODI match played between Australia and India at M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru in 02nd November 2013.
What was the score of India in the 7th ODI?
* India’s 383 was their seventh highest score in One-day international and it is their highest total against Australia in ODIs, surpassing the their previous best of 362 at Jaipur in the second ODI. * Australia’s 326 was their ninth highest score against India in One-day internationals.
Which is the highest score in one day cricket?
* Rohit Sharma’s 209 was the highest score by any player against Australia in One-day internationals, surpassing the previous best of 175 jointly held by Herschelle Gibbs and Sachin Tendulkar. * Rohit Sharma became the 3rd batsman to score double hundred in One-day international cricket history after Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag.
In 2013 Australia and India faced off against each other for a seven-match ODI series. Unfortunately, only five out of those seven matches could be played as one of the matches was called off only after 4.1 overs were bowled in the second innings. The other match had to be abandoned due to a wet outfield.
What are the results of India vs Australia?
Stats recap: India vs Australia ODI series, 2013 1 Results. 1st ODI – Australia won by 72 runs. George Bailey was named the Player of the Match. 2nd ODI – India won by 9 wickets. 2 Batting performances 3 Bowling performances 4 Wicket-keeping performances 5 Fielding performances
Which is the fastest score by an Indian cricketer in an ODI?
Virat Kohli ‘s century is the fastest by an Indian Cricketer in ODI: 100 off 52 balls. This is now the third highest run chase in the history of ODI cricket. All of the first five Australian batsmen made a score of fifty or more, a feat which no side had previously achieved.
How did Australia win the toss in India?
Australia won the toss and elected to bat. Virat Kohli’s century is the fastest by an Indian Cricketer in ODI: 100 off 52 balls. This is now the third highest run chase in the history of ODI cricket. All of the first five Australian batsmen made a score of fifty or more, a feat which no side had previously achieved.