Men in Blue: On the brink of a massive world record

Team India stand on the cusp of achieving an all-time record of winning 13 consecutive Twenty20 Internationals. The Men in Blue can create history if they win the opening T20I of the five-match series against South Africa when the bilateral series gets underway from June 9, 2022, onwards. Here's a short glimpse tracing India's journey to the brink of achieving their world record
Published: Jun 8, 2022
11 India vs Sri Lanka - 2nd T20I

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  • Men in Blue: On the brink of a massive world record
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  • 3 India vs New Zealand - 1st T20I_Team
  • 4 India vs New Zealand - 2nd T20I_KL & Rohit
  • 5 India vs New Zealand - 3rd T20_Axar patel
  • 7 India vs West Indies - 1st T20I_ravi Bishnoi
  • 8 India vs West Indies - 1st T20I_Virat and Rishabh
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  • 11 India vs Sri Lanka - 2nd T20I
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India vs Sri Lanka (February 26, 2022)
In the second T20I in the same bilateral series, Sri Lanka scored an imposing total of 183 runs that came on the back of Pathum Nissanka’s 75 not out. The target was made light by India as they chased it down in 17.1 overs with seven wickets remaining. Shreyas Iyer once again smashed 74 not out off 34 balls, while Ravindra Jadeja scored not out 45 off 18 balls to help their side cruise to victory.