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India have bundled out Sri Lanka for a mere total of just 50 runs and won their eighth Asia Cup title by chasing 51 runs by a margin of 10 wickets. Talking about this game, Sri Lanka was completely thrashed by Indian pacers without any mercy and the players who were rested in previous game like Siraj, Hardik remained fresh and proved themselves to give their best ever performance.

Here in this article, we will see which team has won the tournament by largest margin in ODI history and more.

Largest margin of win (by balls left) in ODIs:
Sri Lanka - 274 vs Zimbabwe in Colombo (SSC), 2001
Sri Lanka - 272 vs Canada in Paarl, 2003
Nepal - 268 vs USA in Kirtipur, 2020
New Zealand - 264 vs Bangladesh in Queenstown, 2007
India - 263 vs Sri Lanka in Colombo (RPS), 2023

Largest margin of win (by balls left) in an ODI final:
India - 263 vs Sri Lanka in Colombo (RPS), 2023

Australia - 226 vs England in Sydney, 2003
Australia - 179 vs Pakistan in Lord's, 1999
England - 178 vs Pakistan in Lord's, 2003
Australia - 141 vs Pakistan in Lord's, 2001

Shortest-ever ODI match (which ended on a result):
Nepal vs USA - 104 balls in Kirtipur, 2020
Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe - 120 balls in Colombo (SSC), 2001
India vs Sri Lanka - 129 balls in Colombo (RPS), 2023
Sri Lanka vs Canada - 140 balls in Paarl, 2003
Zimbabwe vs Sri Lanka - 164 balls in Harare, 2004

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