India vs Netherlands World Cup 2023: Team India’s victory streak in the ODI World Cup 2023 continues in the 9th match as well. Under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma, Team India remained on top in the league stage by winning 9 consecutive matches. They are the only team in the tournament this year which has not lost a single match. Team India defeated Netherlands in the last match of the league stage. After winning this match, Captain Rohit went ahead of all the Indian captains in one respect.
Team India registered a historic victory
As soon as Team India defeated Netherlands, it broke its own record of winning most matches in the World Cup. Before this, Team India had won 8 consecutive matches in the 2003 World Cup. Then the magic of Team India was in the hands of Sourav Ganguly. With this, Rohit Sharma has become the first captain of India to win 9 consecutive matches in the World Cup. Let us tell you that apart from India, Australia is the only team which has won 9 or more consecutive matches in the World Cup.
Record of winning most consecutive matches
The Australian team holds the record for winning the most consecutive matches in the World Cup. Australia had won 11-11 consecutive matches in the 2003 and 2007 World Cups and won the trophy. If Rohit wants to equal this record, he will now have to win the semi-final and final matches also.
Teams that have won the most consecutive matches in the World Cup
- 11 wins – Australia (2003 & 2007)
- 9 wins – India (2023*)
- 8 wins – India (2003)
- 8 wins – New Zealand (2015)
- 7 wins- India (2015)
- 7 wins – New Zealand (1992)
Team India won the match in a one-sided manner
Batting first in this match, Team India scored 410 runs at the loss of 4 wickets in 50 overs. Shreyas Iyer played an unbeaten inning of 128 runs and KL Rahul scored 102 runs. Whereas, while chasing this target, the Netherlands team could score only 250 runs.
read this also
Virat Kohli did something like this in international cricket after 7 years, fans could not believe it!
KL Rahul scored a record breaking century, became the first Indian to do so in the World Cup
Latest Cricket News