India script historical past, become first-ever team to achieve this record in T20Is

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India emerged victorious over Zimbabwe by 23 runs in the third T20I, taking a 2-1 lead in the five-match collection in Harare.

Shubman Gill and Washington Sundar had an impressive efficiency as India emerged victorious over Zimbabwe by 23 runs in the third T20I, taking a 2-1 lead in the five-match collection in Harare. 

Gill led the cost for India with an excellent 66 off 49 balls, serving to the guests attain a complete of 182 for 4 in 20 overs after selecting to bat first. Ruturaj Gaikwad additionally performed a vital innings, scoring 49 off 28 balls. Zimbabwe’s Sikandar Raza and Blessing Muzarabani managed to take two wickets every.

During Zimbabwe’s chase, Washington Sundar shone with figures of three for 15 in 4 overs, limiting the opposition to 159 for six. With this victory, India turned the primary team to achieve 150 wins in T20 worldwide matches, adopted by Pakistan with 142 wins and New Zealand with 111 wins.

Teams with most wins in T20Is

India – 150

Pakistan – 142

New Zealand – 111

Australia – 105

South Africa – 104

Also learn| IND vs ZIM, third T20I: India beat Zimbabwe by 23 runs to take 2-1 lead in five-match collection


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