List Of Records Created By India During 70-Run Win Over New Zealand
One remaining. Ten down. The only thing left for India’s World Cup finalists is to give it their all on Sunday at the Narendra Modi Stadium. Despite New Zealand’s valiant efforts to chase down 397, they were still 70 runs short, but at least this game went nearly to the very end as Daryl Mitchell played the innings of his life in Mumbai, a brilliant display of endurance, creativity, and powerful orthodox hitting.
Controlled, low-throttle excellence characterized Kohli’s batting, as he reached a chanceless century from 106 balls, calmly running through his scales and walking out after another quick start.
When the hundred came up, the stadium was filled with a wave of white noise intercut with images of David Beckham standing in the VVIP boxes and seemed a little confused. To be fair, Beckham always appears a little confused unless it’s said otherwise. Before the game, Beckham had made an appearance on the outfield to promote awareness of two things: child poverty and David Beckham. During this World Cup, the intersection of notoriety, star power, and athletes as cartoon gods is truly flourishing.
With a memorable win over the Black Caps, India has secured a place in the final of the ODI World Cup 2023, which will be played on Sunday (November 19) in Ahmedabad.
During the match between India and New Zealand, multiple records were broken by players from both teams. Here’s a look at all of them.
- Virat Kohli became the first batter in history to score 50 ODI centuries. He broke Sachin Tendulkar’s world record of 49 hundred.
- Kohli broke Tendulkar’s all-time record of scoring the most runs in a single edition of the ODI World Cup. Sachin scored 673 runs in 2003, and Kohli has 711 runs in 10 matches of the ODI World Cup 2023.
- Virat is the first and only batter to score 700+ runs in a single edition of the ODI World Cup.
- Virat scored his third century in the ODI World Cup 2023 during the first semi-final. He now has eight 50+ scores in this year’s tournament, which is the most by any batter.
- Kohli leapfrogged Ricky Ponting to become the third-leading run-getter in ODI history. He has 13,794 runs in 291 ODIs, whereas Ponting scored 13,704 in 375 ODIs.
- The century against New Zealand on Wednesday was Virat’s sixth ODI hundred in 2023. In 2017 and 2018 as well, he scored six ODI centuries each.
- Virat became the ninth batter after Mark Waugh (Australia, 1996), Sourav Ganguly (India, 2003), Matthew Hayden (Australia, 2007), Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka, 2015), Rohit Sharma (India, 2019), David Warner (Australia, 2019), Quinton de Kock (South Africa, 2023), and Rachin Ravindra (New Zealand, 2023) to score at least three centuries in a single edition of the ODI World Cup.
- Mohammed Shami becomes the first Indian bowler to take 50 wickets in the ODI World Cup.
- Shami is the fastest bowler to take 50 wickets in ODI World Cup history.
- Shami registered his career-best (Test, ODI, and T20I combined) figures on Wednesday by taking 7 wickets for 57 runs in 9.5 overs.
- Shami is the first Indian to take seven wickets in an ODI match.
- Shami’s figures of 7/57 are the best bowling show by an Indian in ODIs and the ODI World Cup.
- Shami becomes the first bowler to take four five-wicket hauls in ODI World history. Mitchell Starc of Australia is second with three five-wicket hauls.
- After taking seven wickets against New Zealand, Shami has taken his tally of wickets in the ODI World Cup 2023 to 23, which is the most by any bowler so far.
- Shami broke Zaheer Khan’s record of taking the highest number of 21 wickets for India in a single edition of the ODI World Cup.
- Shami becomes the first Indian to take a five-wicket haul in ICC knockouts.
- India has won 10 ODIs in a row for the first time in history.
- Rohit Sharma becomes the first Indian captain in ODI World Cup history to win 10 matches in a single edition.
- Rohit Sharma is the fourth Indian skipper after Kapil Dev, Sourav Ganguly, and MS Dhoni to reach the final of the ODI World Cup.
- Rohit now holds the record for hitting the highest number of sixes in ODI World Cup history. In 27 matches, he has hammered 50 maximums, which is one more than Chris Gayle’s tally of 49 sixes.
- Rohit is the fastest batter to score 1500 runs in ODI World Cup history. He achieved the milestone in just his 27th inning.
- Shreyas Iyer now holds the record for hitting the maximum number of sixes in an ODI World Cup innings for India. The 28-year-old hammered eight sixes against New Zealand in Mumbai during the first semi-final.
- Iyer becomes the third Indian after Rahul Dravid (1999) and Rohit Sharma (2019) to hit back-to-back centuries in the ODI World Cup.
- Virat and Iyer became the second and third Indians after Sunil Gavaskar to score a century against New Zealand in ODI World Cup matches.
- Virat and Iyer join Sourav Ganguly and Rohit Sharma in the elite list of Indian batters who have managed to score a century in the knockout match of the ODI World Cup.
- Daryl Mitchell is the only batter who has managed to score two centuries in ODI World Cup matches played between India and New Zealand.
- India’s total of 397-4 against New Zealand in Mumbai on Wednesday is the highest by any team in an ICC knockout match.
Mohammed Shami Creates Massive World Record During Game-Changing Spell vs New Zealand In World Cup Semi-Final
During Wednesday’s (November 15) India vs. New Zealand ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 semi-final match at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium, Mohammed Shami made history. In the midst of New Zealand’s valiant attempt to chase down the 398 score, Shami was India’s main ball-handler, taking four wickets.
India was looking to chase down and defend a large total of 397, and Shami provided them with a great start. Devon Conway and Rachin Ravindra, the two New Zealand openers, were both bowled by the 33-year-old for modest totals. Afterwards, Shami came back to dismiss Kane Williamson and end his incredible 181-run partnership with Daryl Mitchell, the century. In the same over, Shami also removed Tom Latham for a duck.
With 23 wickets in six matches top of the table so far in the 2023 World Cup, Shami is in incredible form. The great pacer just entered the lineup following Hardik Pandya’s injury, missing the first four games.
India vs New Zealand, 1st Semi-Final (D/N), Wankhede, November 15, 2023, ICC Cricket World Cup
India (50 Overs maximum)
|Rohit Sharma (c)||c Williamson b Southee||47||29||40||4||4||162.06|
|Shubman Gill||not out||80||66||116||8||3||121.21|
|Virat Kohli||c Conway b Southee||117||113||149||9||2||103.53|
|Shreyas Iyer||c Mitchell b Boult||105||70||114||4||8||150.00|
|KL Rahul †||not out||39||20||29||5||2||195.00|
|Suryakumar Yadav||c Phillips b Southee||1||2||2||0||0||50.00|
|Extras||(b 1, lb 1, w 6)||8|
|TOTAL||50 Ov (RR: 7.94)||397/4|
|Did not bat: Ravindra Jadeja, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami, Kuldeep Yadav, Mohammed Siraj|
|Fall of wickets: 1-71 (Rohit Sharma, 8.2 Over), 1-164, 2-327 (Virat Kohli, 43.6 Over), 3-381 (Shreyas Iyer, 48.5 Over), 4-382 (Suryakumar Yadav, 49.1 Over)|
New Zealand (50 Overs maximum)
New Zealand (T: 398 runs from 50 Overs)
|Devon Conway||c †Rahul b Mohammed Shami||13||15||26||3||0||86.66|
|Rachin Ravindra||c †Rahul b Mohammed Shami||13||22||39||3||0||59.09|
|Kane Williamson (c)||c Yadav b Mohammed Shami||69||73||116||8||1||94.52|
|Daryl Mitchell||c Jadeja b Mohammed Shami||134||119||180||9||7||112.60|
|Tom Latham †||lbw b Mohammed Shami||0||2||1||0||0||0.00|
|Glenn Phillips||c Jadeja b Bumrah||41||33||58||4||2||124.24|
|Mark Chapman||c Jadeja b Kuldeep Yadav||2||5||5||0||0||40.00|
|Mitchell Santner||c Sharma b Mohammed Siraj||9||10||20||0||0||90.00|
|Tim Southee||c †Rahul b Mohammed Shami||9||10||14||1||0||90.00|
|Trent Boult||not out||2||2||5||0||0||100.00|
|Lockie Ferguson||c †Rahul b Mohammed Shami||6||3||2||0||1||200.00|
|Extras||(b 4, lb 5, nb 1, w 19)||29|
|TOTAL||48.5 Ov (RR: 6.69)||327|
|Fall of wickets: 1-30 (Devon Conway, 5.1 over), 2-39 (Rachin Ravindra, 7.4 over), 3-220 (Kane Williamson, 32.2 over), 4-220 (Tom Latham, 32.4 over), 5-295 (Glenn Phillips, 42.5 over), 6-298 (Mark Chapman, 43.5 over), 7-306 (Daryl Mitchell, 45.2 over), 8-319 (Mitchell Santner, 47.5 over), 9-321 (Tim Southee, 48.2 over), 10-327 (Lockie Ferguson, 48.5 over)|