Statistical highlights of India vs Australia first T20 international


Statistical analysis of the first T20I between Australia and India in Ranchi.

# India’s magnificent nine-wicket victory is their largest over Australia in terms of wickets in T20Is, eclipsing the eight—wicket victory at Melbourne on February 3, 2012.

# Between October 10, 2013 and October 7, 2017, India have won seven consecutive matches against Australia in T20Is — their best winning sequence.

# India have won ten and lost four out of 14 matches played against Australia in T20Is — winning % 71.42. Their tally of wins against Australia is the most against any other opponent.

# India have won 50 matches out of 84 contested in T20Is (Lost 31, NR 2 & Tied+W 1) — success % 61.58. India became the fourth team to have won 50 matches or more in T20Is, joining Pakistan (69), South Africa (57) & Sri Lanka (51).

# Kuldeep Yadav’s match-winning figures of 2 for 16 are his best in T20Is, eclipsing the 2 for 20 vs Sri Lanka at Colombo (RPS) on September 6, 2017.

# Kuldeep Yadav has received his first Man of the Match award in T20Is.

# Aaron Finch, with 334 runs at an average of 47.71 in seven innings, has set a record by an Australian batsman for the highest runs’ tally vs India in T20Is, eclipsing the 302 (ave.50.33) in eight matches by Shane Watson.

# Aaron Finch has totalled 1124 runs in 32 innings at an average of 38.75 — the highest among the Australian batsmen with atleast 500 runs in T20Is.

# Chahal has dismissed Glenn Maxwell in all the four matches in international cricket — in three ODIs in the 2017-18 series — once each at Chennai, Kolkata & Indore and in a T20I at Ranchi.

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