Team India’s big win on Virat’s birthday, leaving Afghanistan behind in net run rate

India’s cricket team did wonders in match 37 of the 2021 T20 World Cup at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. On Captain Virat Kohli’s birthday, Team India achieved their biggest victory at T20 Internationals. After playing first, Scotland had given the India team an 86 run goal. In response, India easily chased the target in just 6.3 overs for the loss of two wickets. For India, KL Rahul played a stormy 50-run inning on just 19 balls. During this, his bat hit six fours and three sixes.

With this explosive victory against Scotland, the Indian team has surpassed Afghanistan in terms of net run rate. India’s net execution rate is now +1,619. On the other hand, Afghanistan’s net execution rate is +1,481 and New Zealand’s net execution rate is +1,277. Now India has the best net execution rate in Group 2.

India achieved the 86-run goal from Scotland, and 81 balls. This is Team India’s biggest win in terms of ball remaining at T20 International. In early 2016, India defeated Bangladesh in Mirpur with 59 balls to spare. At the same time, this is the third most important victory of any team in World Cup history in terms of balls remaining.


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