Indian team made these big records in the second ODI against Sri Lanka

Indian team made these big records in the second ODI against Sri Lanka

Sports Desk: Indian team defeated Sri Lanka by 3 wickets in the second ODI match. With this win, the Indian team has taken an unassailable 2-0 lead in the 3-match ODI series. The Indian top order failed in this match. But the lower order batsmen made small partnerships to win the match. This Deepak Chahar and Bhuvneshwar played an important role in winning the team. With this victory, the Indian team has made many records. See stats- 

Most wins against a team in ODIs

93 : India v Sri Lanka *
92 : Australia v New Zealand
92 : Pakistan v Sri Lanka 

Highest partnership for the 8th wicket in a successful chase in ODIs

100 * MS Dhoni - Bhuvneshwar (India v Sri Lanka, Pallekele, 2017)
 99 * Ravi Bopara - Broad (England v India, Manchester, 2007)
 84 * Deepak Chahar - Bhuvneshwar (India v Sri Lanka, today 2021)

Highest partnership for India in ODIs for the 8th wicket

100* : MS Dhoni/ Bhuvneshwar Kumar, 2017 (vs Sri Lanka)
84* : Deepak Chahar/ Bhuvneshwar Kumar, 2021* (vs Sri Lanka)
84 : Harbhajan Singh/ Praveen Kumar, 2009 (vs Australia)

Highest ODI score for India at No.8

77 - Jadeja vs New Zealand (2019)
69* - Deepak vs Sri Lanka (Today)
67* - Agarkar vs Zim (2000)
66* - Jadeja vs New Zealand (2014)
64 - Irfan vs Pak (2005)

Highest ODI target successfully chased at R Premadasa Stadium Colombo

287 by India in 2012
* 276 by India in 2021 *
270 by India in 2002

Fifty by No.8 Indian player in ODIs in Sri Lanka

Ravindra Jadeja (2009)
Deepak Chahar (2021)*

Most wins against Sri Lanka in all formats

126 - India *
125 - Pakistan
88 - Australia
75 - New Zealand
67 - South Africa

This is India's 12th consecutive successful run chase in ODIs against Sri Lanka.

Isolation rules frustrating, vaccination must be relied upon: Shastri

Isolation rules frustrating, vaccination must be relied upon: Shastri

Durham: India head coach Ravi Shastri on Saturday expressed dismay at the 10-day isolation rule for anyone who came in contact with a COVID-19 positive person as India's bowling coach Bharat Arun was asked to complete the vaccination. Despite this, he had to part ways. As per UK health regulations, Arun, senior wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha and stand-by opener Abhimanyu Easwaran will have to be in isolation for 10 days as they came in contact with throwdown specialist cum masseur Dayanand Garani. 

The trio returned to the team's biologically safe environment on Saturday after completing a one-and-a-half-week mandatory isolation. Despite being found negative in the RT-PCR test, all three had to be isolated. Shastri posted a selfie with his close friend and bowling coach Arun, writing that my right hand is back.

Despite being found negative, after spending 10 days in isolation, feeling more fit and strong. These isolating rules are quite frustrating. Two vaccines given during vaccination should be relied upon. Saha recovered from Kovid in May after being infected with the virus while playing for Sunrisers Hyderabad during the Indian Premier League. The IPL was postponed after several cases of corona virus were detected in a biologically safe environment.