IND vs NED World Cup 2023: After defeating the Netherlands by 160 runs in Bengaluru, the World Cup hosts finish the group stage with nine wins.
India defeated the Netherlands by 160 runs with Shreyas Iyer and KL Rahul scoring hundreds to maintain their 100% win record in the World Cup.
Iyer (128no) scored his fourth ODI century and Rahul (102) exploded on Diwali to take India to 4-410 after their top-order colleagues left after breezy fifties on a good M Chinnaswamy Stadium track on Sunday.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2023: India continues its winning streak. India defeated Netherlands by 160 runs at M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru on Sunday, November 12. India, led by Rohit Sharma, will play New Zealand in the semi-finals. The India-New Zealand semi-final will be played at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on November 15.
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The first time India won nine straight matches
India has won nine straight ODI World Cup matches for the first time. It had won eight straight 2003 World Cup matches before this. India won its 24th ODI this year. 1998 saw a similar Indian victory. India can break a record by winning the semis.
— ICC (@ICC) November 12, 2023
Consecutive wins in any one World Cup
11- Australia, 2003
11- Australia, 2007
9- India, 2023
8- India, 2023
8- New Zealand, 2015
India’s most ODI wins in a calendar year
2023 – 24 wins
1998 – 24 wins
2013 – 22 wins
Two big records for KL Rahul
Indians batted first after winning the toss and scored 410 runs for four wickets. India scored its second-highest World Cup score. India’s best World Cup score is 413/5 against Bermuda. For India, Shreyas Iyer scored an unbeaten 128 runs on 94 balls with 10 fours and five sixes. Meanwhile, KL Rahul scored 102 runs in 64 balls with 11 fours and four sixes. Rahul became the second Indian World Cup wicketkeeper to score a century. This was Indian batsman’s fastest World Cup century. Shreyas Iyer and Rahul scored 208 runs for the fourth wicket.
Fastest century for India in the World Cup
62- KL Rahul vs Netherlands, 2023
63- Rohit Sharma vs Afghanistan, 2023
81- Virender Sehwag vs Bermuda, 2007
83- Virat Kohli vs Bangladesh, 2011
Highest score in ODI World Cup
428/5- South Africa vs Sri Lanka, Delhi 2023
417/6- Australia vs Afghanistan, Perth 2015
413/5- India vs Bermuda, Port of Spain 2007
411/4- South Africa vs Ireland, Canberra 2015
410/4- India vs Netherlands, Bengaluru 2023
Most ODI sixes in a calendar year
215- India (2023)
209- West Indies (2019)
203- South Africa (2023)
179- New Zealand (2015)
165- Australia (2023)
Highest score by an Indian wicketkeeper in the ODI World Cup
145- Rahul Dravid vs Sri Lanka, 1999
102- KL Rahul vs Netherlands, 2023
97*- KL Rahul vs Australia, 2023
91*- MS Dhoni vs Sri Lanka, 2011
85*- MS Dhoni vs Zimbabwe , 2015
Rohit Sharma, Shubman Gill, and Virat Kohli scored half-centuries for India. Gill scored 51 in 32 balls. Three fours and sixes were hit. Rohit contributed 61 runs in 54 balls with 8 fours and 2 sixes. While Virat Kohli scored 51 (56 balls, 5 fours, 1 six). For the first time, five Indian batsmen scored 50+ in ODIs.
Highest 50+ score in an ODI innings
5- Pakistan vs Zimbabwe, Karachi, 2008
5- Australia vs India, Jaipur 2013
5- Australia vs India, Sydney 2020
5- India vs Netherlands, Bengaluru 2023
Most sixes in a team innings for India in the World Cup
18 vs Bermuda, Port of Spain, 2007
16 vs Netherlands, Bengaluru, 2023
Bowlers giving most runs in an innings in the World Cup
115 – Bas de Leede vs Australia, Delhi 2023
110 – Rashid Khan vs England, Manchester 2019
107 – Logan van Beek vs India, Bengaluru 2023
Highest 50+ score in a World Cup (India)
20* in 2023 World
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The Dutch suffered early wicket losses while chasing 411 runs. His team was reduced to 250 runs in 47.5 overs. Netherlands’ Teja Nidamanaru scored 54 runs in 39 balls with six sixes and one four. Colin Ackerman scored 35 runs and Sybrand Engelbrecht 45.
Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammad Siraj, Kuldeep Yadav, and Ravindra Jadeja took two wickets for India. Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli each took one wicket. Nine Indian bowlers. Only three World Cup teams used nine bowlers. Two wickets by Ravindra Jadeja set a record. Jadeja is now the most successful Indian spinner in at least one World Cup season.Most World Cup bowlers in an innings
9. England vs Sri Lanka, Peshawar, 1987 9. New Zealand vs Pakistan, Christchurch, 1992 9. India vs Netherlands, Bengaluru 2023
Most bowlers used in an innings of the World Cup
9- England vs Sri Lanka, Peshawar, 1987
9- New Zealand vs Pakistan, Christchurch, 1992
9- India vs Netherlands, Bengaluru 2023
Most wickets in a World Cup season (Indian spinners)
16- Ravindra Jadeja (2023)
15- Anil Kumble (1996)
15- Yuvraj Singh (2011)
14- Kuldeep Yadav (2023)
14- Maninder Singh (1987)
Most sixes in ODI matches (Netherlands Team)
10 vs Afghanistan, Sharjah 2022
9 vs Oman, Harare 2023
9 vs India, Bengaluru 2023
These records were also made during India’s innings
– Rohit hit the most number of sixes in ODI in a calendar year, taking his number to 60 in 2023. With this, he left behind AB de Villiers’ record of 58 sixes made in 2015
This year, Rohit and Shubman Gill made the most ODI partnerships of over 100 runs five times.
The Indian captain with the most runs (503) in one World Cup phase is Rohit. Left Sourav Ganguly (465 in 2003).
Rohit joins Tendulkar in scoring over 500 runs in two World Cups. Rohit also made history by doing so in consecutive stages.
Virat Kohli (51 runs against Netherlands) is second only to Sachin Tendulkar (21) in World Cup runs scored over 50.
– Kohli joined Tendulkar and Shakib Al Hasan with seven World Cup 50-plus scores.
First time India’s top five batsmen have scored over 50 runs in an ODI innings.- Shreyas Iyer and KL Rahul’s 208-run World Cup partnership was India’s best fourth-wicket or lower. The previous best partnership was Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Suresh Raina (196 not out) against Zimbabwe in 2015.