India’s ODI Highs: India narrowly missed out on reaching the 400-run milestone, concluding their second ODI against Australia in Indore with a total of 399/5. The Indian team swiftly recovered after an early wicket fell and consistently built towards posting an imposing total on the scoreboard. Shubman Gill and Shreyas Iyer laid a robust foundation for this substantial total by amassing 200 runs for the second wicket partnership.
Gill showcased his prowess with a century, scoring 104 runs, while Iyer contributed significantly with 105 runs before departing. Subsequent to their dismissals, Ishan Kishan, KL Rahul, and Suryakumar Yadav played brisk innings to provide the much-needed momentum. Kishan made 31 runs off 18 balls, while Rahul scored 52 runs off 38 deliveries.
Here is a look at India’s highest scores in ODIs:
- 418/5 vs West Indies in 2011
- 414/7 vs Sri Lanka in 2009
- 413/5 vs Bermuda in 2007
- 409/8 vs Bangladesh in 2022
- 404/5 vs Sri Lanka in 2014
- 401/3 vs South Africa in 2010
- 399/5 vs Australia in 2023