Ind vs Aus 2nd ODI: In the Indore ODI match, the Indian batsmen defeated the Kangaroo bowlers fiercely and under the captaincy of KL Rahul, Team India scored 399 runs for 5 wickets in 50 overs, which was India’s highest score against Australia in the history of ODI cricket. The century innings of Shubman Gill and Shreyas Iyer along with the quick half-centuries of KL Rahul and Suryukmar Yadav also played a big role in helping the Indian team reach this score.
In this match, Gill and Shreyas Iyer gave a strong base to Team India and there was an important partnership of 200 runs on 165 balls between the two for the second wicket. On the basis of this partnership, both these batsmen broke the 22 year old record made by Sachin Tendulkar and VVS Laxman in Indore.
Gill and Shreyas broke the 22 year old record of Sachin and Laxman
In this match, Shubman Gill scored 104 runs while Shreyas Iyer scored a century of 105 runs. There was a partnership of 200 runs between the two for the second wicket and a new record was created for India in ODI cricket in Indore. This proved to be the biggest partnership by India in ODI against Australia on Indian soil. Earlier this record was in the name of Sachin and Laxman and both of them had made a partnership of 199 runs against the Kangaroo team in Indore in the year 2001. Now Gill and Shreyas went ahead of both of them by making a partnership of 200 runs.
India’s biggest partnership in ODI against Australia on home ground
200 – Gill/Shreyas, Indore (2023)
199 – Sachin/Laxman, Indore (2001)
193 – Rohit/Dhawan, Mohali (2019)
Gill made 200 run partnership for the first time in ODI
Shubman Gill made a 200-run partnership for the first time in ODI and Shreyas Iyer supported him well. Earlier in the year 2023, Shreyas had made century partnerships 7 times.
Shubman Gill’s century partnership in 2023
143 runs – Rohit/Gill vs Sri Lanka
131 runs – Virat/Gill vs Sri Lanka
212 runs – Rohit/Gill vs New Zealand
143 runs – Ishan/Gill vs West Indies
147* runs – Rohit/Gill vs Nepal
121 runs – Rohit/Gill vs Pak
142 runs – Ruturaj/Gill vs Australia
200 runs – Shreyas/Gill vs Australia