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Three world cup records for India with Zimbabwe match

India won 6 matches in a row, record

Cricket world cup 2015, India chased down 288 runs target set by Zimbabwe in the last match of the group stage. Raina(110) and Dhoni(85) helped team to remain undefeated in world cup campaign. India will play against Bangladesh on March 19 at MCG.  Many records created and broken with this match some of records are 

Records created in this match: 

 1. India made opponent team all out in all six matches and scalped 60 wickets. With this India equalized with South Africa, who did the same in 2011 WC.     All out
 1         Pakistan all out for 224 runs
 2         South Africa all out for 177 runs
 3          UAE all out for 102
 4         West Indies all out for 182 runs
 5         Ireland all out for 259
 6         Zimbabwe all out for 287

2. This is 10th win in a row for India in world cup, crossed West Indies who were with 9 wins. Australia tops with 24 wins. 

 3. 288 is the highest successful run chase for India in world cup. 

 4. MS Dhoni tops with 13 wins in Indian captains. Kapil Dev(11), Azharuddin(10), Ganguly(8). 

 5. 196 runs stand between Dhoni and Raina is highest one for 5th wicket against Zimbabwe.

 6. Brendan Taylor who scored 2 back to back tons, was the first Zimbabwe player to score hundred against India.


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