Team India in 2020: Statistical review of ODI performance

First Published Dec 10, 2020, 6:15 PM IST

Team India had a short year in the ODIs, managing to play just nine games and winning three. The year was marred with numerous delays and postponements, owing to the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic. India's lost their year-ending ODI series in Australia, 1-2.

<p>Team India's stint in the One-Day Internationals (ODI) for the year has come to an end. Although most of the year was marred by delays and postponements due to the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic, India still managed to play nine games. As the year draws to a close, we review their statistical performance in the format for this term.</p>

Team India's stint in the One-Day Internationals (ODI) for the year has come to an end. Although most of the year was marred by delays and postponements due to the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic, India still managed to play nine games. As the year draws to a close, we review their statistical performance in the format for this term.

<p><strong>Team records<br />
Highest total: </strong>347/4 vs New Zealand (Hamilton)<br />
<strong>Biggest margin of win (runs): </strong>36 runs vs Australia (Rajkot)<br />
<strong>Biggest margin of win (wickets):</strong> 7 wickets vs Australia (Bengaluru)<br />
<strong>Biggest margin of win (balls to spare):</strong> 15 balls vs Australia (Bengaluru)</p>

Team records
Highest total:
347/4 vs New Zealand (Hamilton)
Biggest margin of win (runs): 36 runs vs Australia (Rajkot)
Biggest margin of win (wickets): 7 wickets vs Australia (Bengaluru)
Biggest margin of win (balls to spare): 15 balls vs Australia (Bengaluru)

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Batting records<br />
Most runs:</strong> KL Rahul (443 in nine innings)<br />
<strong>Highest score:</strong> Rohit Sharma (119) vs Australia (Bengaluru)<br />
<strong>Best average: </strong>Hardik Pandya (105.00 in three innings)<br />
<strong>Best strike-rate: </strong>Shardul Thaur (122.58 in three innings)<br />
<strong>Most centuries:</strong> Rohit, Shreyas Iyer and Rahul (1)<br />
<strong>Most 50-plus scores:</strong> Virat Kohli (5 in nine innings)<br />
<strong>Most sixes: </strong>Rahul (16)<br />
<strong>Most sixes in an innings:</strong> Rohit (6) vs Australia (Bengaluru)<br />
<strong>Most runs via boundaries in an innings: </strong>Rohit (68) vs Australia (Bengaluru)<br />
<strong>Best strike-rate in an innings:</strong> Kedar Jadhav (173.33) vs New Zealand (Hamilton)<br />
<strong>Best partnership:</strong> Pandya and Ravindra Jadeja (150*) vs Australia (Canberra)</p>

Batting records
Most runs:
KL Rahul (443 in nine innings)
Highest score: Rohit Sharma (119) vs Australia (Bengaluru)
Best average: Hardik Pandya (105.00 in three innings)
Best strike-rate: Shardul Thaur (122.58 in three innings)
Most centuries: Rohit, Shreyas Iyer and Rahul (1)
Most 50-plus scores: Virat Kohli (5 in nine innings)
Most sixes: Rahul (16)
Most sixes in an innings: Rohit (6) vs Australia (Bengaluru)
Most runs via boundaries in an innings: Rohit (68) vs Australia (Bengaluru)
Best strike-rate in an innings: Kedar Jadhav (173.33) vs New Zealand (Hamilton)
Best partnership: Pandya and Ravindra Jadeja (150*) vs Australia (Canberra)

<p><strong>Bowling records<br />
Most wickets:</strong> Mohammed Shami (12 in six innings)<br />
<strong>Best bowling in an innings: </strong>Shami (4/63) vs Australia (Bengaluru)<br />
<strong>Best average: </strong>Pandya (24 in three matches)<br />
<strong>Best economy: </strong>Jadeja (5.36 in nine matches)<br />
<strong>Best economy in an innings: </strong>Jasprit Bumrah (3.49) vs Australia (Rajkot)<br />
<strong>Best strike-rate: </strong>Pandya (24 in three matches)<br />
<strong>Best strike-rate in an innings: </strong>Shami (15) vs Australia (Bengaluru)<br />
<strong>Most four-fors in an innings:</strong> Shami (1)</p>

Bowling records
Most wickets:
Mohammed Shami (12 in six innings)
Best bowling in an innings: Shami (4/63) vs Australia (Bengaluru)
Best average: Pandya (24 in three matches)
Best economy: Jadeja (5.36 in nine matches)
Best economy in an innings: Jasprit Bumrah (3.49) vs Australia (Rajkot)
Best strike-rate: Pandya (24 in three matches)
Best strike-rate in an innings: Shami (15) vs Australia (Bengaluru)
Most four-fors in an innings: Shami (1)

<p><strong>Wicketkeeping records<br />
Most dismissals:</strong> Rahul (12 in eight innings)<br />
<strong>Most dismissals in an innings:</strong> Rahul (3) vs Australia (Rajkot and Sydney)</p>

Wicketkeeping records
Most dismissals:
Rahul (12 in eight innings)
Most dismissals in an innings: Rahul (3) vs Australia (Rajkot and Sydney)

<p><strong>Fielding records<br />
Most catches:</strong> Kohli (5)<br />
<strong>Most catches in an innings: </strong>Kohli, Iyer, Jadhav, Navdeep Saini and Shikhar Dhawan (2)</p>

Fielding records
Most catches:
Kohli (5)
Most catches in an innings: Kohli, Iyer, Jadhav, Navdeep Saini and Shikhar Dhawan (2)

<p><strong>Individual records<br />
Most matches:</strong> Bumrah, Iyer, Jadeja, Kohli and Rahul (9)<br />
<strong>Most matches as skipper: </strong>Kohli (9)</p>

Individual records
Most matches:
Bumrah, Iyer, Jadeja, Kohli and Rahul (9)
Most matches as skipper: Kohli (9)