India thrashed the Sri Lankan team by 317 runs in 3rd ODI match as Siraj's brilliant four-wicket haul helped them to bundle out the visitors for a mere 73 runs. Batting first, India posted a huge total of 390/5 with the help of brilliant centuries from Virat Kohli (166*) and Shubman Gill (116). Virat Kohli was awarded Man of the Match and Man of the Series for his brilliant performance with the bat in this ODI series.
Numbers and Stats from IND vs SL game:
1 - This is the first instance where two Indian batsmen outscored an opponent team in an ODI match. Shubman Gill (116) & Virat Kohli (166*) both outscored Sri Lanka's team total of 73 runs in this match.
4/32 - Mohammed Siraj took his maiden four-wicket haul (4/32) in ODIs.
10 - Virat Kohli has won Man of the Series award for the 10th time in ODIs.
Most Man of the Series award in ODIs:
Sachin Tendulkar - 15
Sanath Jayasuriya - 11
Virat Kohli - 10
Read More: Check records created by Virat Kohli here
18 - Shubman Gill has smashed two ODI centuries from 18 innings.
Least innings taken by Indian batsman to smash two centuries in ODIs:
Shikhar Dhawan - 7
Kedar Jadhav - 9
Virat Kohli - 17
Shubman Gill - 18
Gautam Gambhir / MS Dhoni / KL Rahul - 21
73 - Sri Lanka were bundled out for 73 runs in the 3rd ODI match.
Lowest total for Sri Lanka in ODIs:
43 vs SA in Paarl, 2012
55 vs WI in Sharjah, 1986
67 vs ENG in Manchester, 2014
73 vs IND in Trivandrum, 2023
78 vs PAK in Sharjah, 2002
96 - India holds the record for winning the most matches against an opponent (96) in ODIs now.
Most matches won against opposition in ODIs:
IND - 96 vs SL
AUS - 95 vs NZ
317 - India became the first team to defeat an opponent by a margin of 300-plus runs in ODIs.
Biggest margin of win for India in ODIs (by runs):
IND - 317 vs SL in Trivandrum, 2023
NZ - 290 vs IRE in Aberdeen, 2008
AUS - 275 vs AFG in Perth, 2015 WC
894 - Shubman Gill has smashed 894 runs in ODIs so far.
Most runs in ODIs after 18 innings:
Fakhar Zaman : 1065
Imam-ul-Haq : 910
Shubman Gill : 894
Rassie van der Dussen : 890
Babar Azam : 886