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
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  • Men in Blue: On the brink of a massive world record
  • India vs Scotland_Rahul 1
  • India vs Namibia_RAhul 1
  • 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
  • 9 India vs West Indies - 3rd T20I_Harshal
  • 10 India vs Sri Lanka - 1st T20I_
  • 11 India vs Sri Lanka - 2nd T20I
  • 12 India vs Sri Lanka - 3rd T20I_01

India vs Namibia (November 8, 2021)
In the final game of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021, India registered a crushing nine-wicket win over Namibia. Opting to bowl, Virat Kohli’s men restricted the opposition to 132/8 and then chased down the target in the 16th over itself with the help of Rohit Sharma’s 56 followed by KL Rahul’s 54. Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja played a vital role and bagged three wickets each.