Published On: Thu, Jun 6th, 2019

Indian Team’s Winning step towards World Cup

  • Team India is one step away from the record of most consecutive wins in World Cup cricket. India have registered five consecutive wins in the league match after a stunning 125-run win over the West Indies on Thursday.
  • Team India one step away from record of most wins in ICC World Cup

ICC World Cup : Team India is one step away from the record for most consecutive wins in World Cup cricket (in the group stage). India have registered five consecutive wins in the league match after a stunning 125-run win over the West Indies on Thursday. Earlier in 2015, India set a record by winning all six matches in the group stage. If India wins their next match against England on July 2, then it will be equal to this record.

Team India one step away from record of most wins in ICC World Cup-india24x7news

Team India one step away from record of most wins in ICC World Cup-india24x7news

Team India has won five out of five games in this World Cup, while the match against New Zealand was canceled. In such a situation, India have 11 points from six matches. India next face England. At the same time, the eighth match is against Bangladesh and ninth Sri Lanka on July 2. If India wins all these three matches, then for the first time in the World Cup, it will record eight consecutive matches in the group stage. At the same time, in the event of defeating England, 2015 will equal six consecutive matches won in the group stage. At the same time, in the event of defeating Bangladesh, seven consecutive wins will write a new script in the World Cup.

So far, India has won only six consecutive matches in the World Cup. This feat was done by Team India in 2015. At the same time, India has won eight matches in 2003 in terms of group stage and other matches. India has never won eight matches in a row before and after.

India could not win a single match in World Cup 1979

The worst World Cup for India was 1979. India could not win a single match in this tournament. At the same time, in the first World Cup 1975, India won one of three matches. In 1983, India performed brilliantly, winning six out of eight matches, but were able to register four consecutive wins. This included the semi-finals and final matches along with two group stage bouts. India, a semifinalist in 1987, won five out of 7, but it was not a consistent win.

Won the most 9 matches in 2003, but won only four consecutive matches in the group stage

In the 2003 World Cup, the Indian team won nine out of 11 matches, but won only four consecutive matches in the group stage. The Indian team became runners-up in this World Cup. However, in terms of successive wins in the group stage and other matches, the Indian team won eight consecutive matches in this tournament, including four of the group stage, three of the Super Six and semi-final victories. In the 2011 World Cup, Team India won seven out of nine matches, in this tournament also India won the group stage and four other consecutive matches.