Australia breaks 18-year-old world record, sets new record for most consecutive wins in ODIs


Australia is one of the top powerful teams in cricket. And, it shows the great success of this team found on the cricket pitch. Then, whether it is about his team becoming the World Champion for the most number of times or the record of winning the most consecutive ODIs. Australia’s women’s cricket team is currently on a tour of New Zealand. After winning the first match of this tour, the Kangaroo Women’s Cricket Team has created a world record of winning the most matches in consecutive ODIs. The amazing thing is that the new world record that the Australian women’s cricket team has created by defeating the New Zealand Women’s team in the first ODI, they have broken the record of the Australian Men’s team 18 years ago.

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In the first match of the ODI series, the women’s cricket team of New Zealand was all out for 212 runs in 48.5 overs. In Australia’s side, Megan Suit took the highest 4 wickets for 34 runs in 9 overs. The Australian women’s team achieved the target of 213 runs from the host New Zealander, losing 4 wickets in the 39th over itself. Australia wrote the script of victory with a six. For him, Hilli scored the highest 65 and Perry scored an unbeaten 56 not out.

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The victory in the first ODI of the series against New Zealand is the 22nd consecutive win of Australia’s women’s cricket team in ODIs. It took him 3 years to achieve this 22 wins. From 12 March 2018 till now, he has written the script of all his 22 wins. After registering 22 consecutive wins, the Australian women’s cricket team broke the record of 21 consecutive wins of their own country-made Mens team in the year 2003. Pakistan has the record of winning the most consecutive 12 ODIs among the Asian teams. At the same time, Sri Lanka is second in this case by registering 10 consecutive wins.

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