India vs WI, ODI Series 2021-22, Records: India whitewash WI for the 1st time in ODIs
Rohit Sharma became only second captain to whitewash West Indies in ODI/T20I series after Eoin Morgan.
India overcame the Caribbean challenge in an ODI series at home in a clinical manner overcoming their opponents by a margin of 3-0. Let’s take a glance at the records set/broken in the recently concluded limited overs series.
1 - India whitewashed West Indies in the recently concluded ODI series by a margin of 3-0. This is the first time India whitewashed West Indies in ODI cricket.
1 - Rohit Sharma became only the second captain to whitewash West Indies in ODI/T20I series after England captain Eoin Morgan.
1 - Prasidh Krishna won his first Player of the Series award in ODI cricket by taking nine wickets in three matches of this series.
1 - Prasidh Krishna won his first Player of the Match award in ODI cricket after registering a match-winning spell of 12/4 in the second ODI of the series.
2 - Prasidh Krishna recorded the second-cheapest four-wicket haul in ODI cricket among India’s players after Bhuvneshwar Kumar (4/8).
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10 - Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan are the first-ever pair to open batting for India in ODIs for 10 consecutive years (2013-2022).
10 - Rohit Sharma has taken the fewest ODI matches (12) to win 10 matches as India captain. He outshined Virat Kohli (14) and Kapil Dev (15) in winning 10 ODI matches in the fewest ODI matches.
11 - West Indies have now lost 11 away ODI matches in a row. This is the first such streak for them. They broke their previous record streak of nine losses away from home in 1999-2000.
11 - India have equalled Pakistan in winning the most consecutive bilateral ODI series (11) against a team by defeating West Indies in the recently concluded ODI series. Pakistan have won 11 consecutive ODI series against Zimbabwe.
1 - Rohit Sharma has become the first India captain to win all matches in an ODI series against West Indies (Minimum three-match series).
15 - Indian stalwart Virat Kohli registered his 15th ODI duck in the last match of the ODI series.