- Australia women’s cricket team surpassed the number of consecutive wins in ODIs which was under the name of the former Indian cricketer and current India’s head coach Rahul Dravid.
The Australian women’s cricket team has surpassed the record of the former cricketer Rahul Dravid in winning the maximum numb of ODI’s consecutively.This achievement comes after the humiliating defeat of South African Team (W).
So, what exactly happened?
The South African team pilled a good total of 271 for the Aussies and to be honest seemed to be a good total. But the downfall of the South African team began when seven catches were dropped by the fielders in which was the name of the blaster of the match Meg Lanning. She was the top scorer of the match remaining not out. She scored an unbeaten 135 guiding her team to comfortable win against the south Africans.
Meg Lanning who is also the captain of Australia (W), became the most successful team to chase. In simple words, achievement is about getting maximum number of victories in one go. Australia won 18 matches in the series. However, the achievement surpassed the record held by the Rahul Dravid-led Indian team (M), which won 17 consecutive matches, which was during 2005–2006.
Well, which are the other teams to achieve such milestone?
England: In 2008-2009, the England team named the same title under theirs. They won 15 matches in a trot.
New Zealand: Next comes the New Zealand Team, who won the maximum number of matches in a trot followed by 15. They did this wonder during 2015-17.
West Indies (M): The name of the West Indians men’s team comes in the fourth place. They have 14 number of wins in their name and the year it took place was during 1985-86
So, to sum it up
- South Africa Team were 271 for 5 were the Wolvaardt scored a fabulous 90, and Luus a beautiful 52
- Australia team were 272 for 5 wickets (Same as SA) where Meg Lanning was 135*.
It was a great win for the Aussies and they would definitely like to continue in the same manner. For more updates on the latest cricket trends and other sports.
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