Stats Analysis: AS India have won by 12 runs. Shubman Gill was one of the top-notch batsmen who have scored double centuries and also scored the fastest 1,000 runs. and become the youngest player to score.
Shubman Gill’s 208 in Hyderabad is now the best ODI score against New Zealand. Sachin Tendulkar’s unbeaten 186 from Hyderabad in 1999 held the previous record. This is the top Stats Analysis.
Prior to the first ODI, Gill was 23 years and 132 days old. At the earliest age ever, he has now amassed a double-hundred in men’s ODIs. The previous youngest player was Ishan Kishan, who set the record with 210 against Bangladesh last month at the age of 24 years, 145 days.
For ODIs, Gill needs to achieve 1000 runs in 19 innings. He is presently the second fastest to reach the milestone, behind Imam-ul-Haq. The fastest player to reach the milestone was Fakhar Zaman. Who did it in just 18 innings. Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan were the two Indians to amass 1000 ODI runs the quickest in the past (24 innings).
India’s 349 for 8 total in Hyderabad set a new record for the lowest ODI total with a double-century. In a World Cup match against Zimbabwe in 2015. West Indies scored 372 for 2 with 215 points from Chris Gayle, which was the previous lowest score.
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When no other hitter in the innings, including Gill in Hyderabad, reached fifty, two players scored a double century in ODIs. Ross Taylor’s 42 was the second-highest score, and Martin Guptill’s 237* against the West Indies in 2015 was the first.
The top two Indian scores in the ODI at Hyderabad were Gill’s 208 and Rohit Sharma’s 34, a difference of 174 runs. The disparity between the top two scores in an ODI inning is at its third-highest level. The highest score is 198, achieved by Rohit against Sri Lanka in 2014. The second-highest score in that innings was 66 by Virat Kohli. Input credit Espncricinfo.