Fastest to Reach 50 T20I Wins: Indian Men’s Cricket Team

India has become the fourth team to win 50 T20I. India has the best winning percentage of 61.58 achieving the milestone in only 84 T20I. India has lost the least number of T20Is (31) among teams that have played more than 50 T20Is. From winning their first T20I match by 6 wickets in South African series in 2006 followed by being first winner of T20I World Cup, till current 50 T20I wins Indians have the best win percentage. While Sehwag was the first Indian captain in T20I, Dhoni glorified the baton. After Dhoni, Kohli became India’s 5th captain in T20I format. Indians have won Asia Cup and World Cup, scored 6 200+ scores, 3 centuries, taken one 6-wicket haul, won 13 of the 28 bilateral series, 21 of the 32 matches in 6 World Cups, dominated all but New Zealand, West Indies and England. Check India’s complete journey till 50th win milestone in T20I format.

Pakistan (67 in 114), South Africa (57 in 98) and Sri Lanka (51 in 96) achieved the feat before. Only Afghanistan with 39 wins in 61 T20Is has a better winning percentage (63.93) than India, who have defeated Afghanistan in both the matches they played.
31 losses by India is the least number of losses in T20I by a test playing nation.

Other Nations
Data till October 6, 2017

    49: New Zealand (97)
    47: Australia (93)
    46: England (95)
    44: West Indies (90)

Indian T20I Statistics till 84th T20I

    Captains:

      Sehwag: 1 (won)
      Dhoni (72: 41 W, 28L)
      Raina 3 (won)
      Rahane 2 (1 won, 1 lost)
      Kohli 6 (4 won, 2 lost)

    High Scores: 6 scores of 200 or more

      244/4 vs West Indies Lauderhill, 2016
      218/4 vs England, Durban 2007
      211/4 vs Sri Lanka, Mohali 2009
      202/4 vs Australia, Rajkot, 2013
      202/6 vs England, Bengaluru, 2017
      200/3 vs Australia, Sydney 2016

    Below 100: 3 scores

      74 vs Australia, Melbourne 2008
      79 vs New Zealand, Napier 2016
      92 vs South Africa, Cuttack 2015

    Most Runs:

      Kohli (1852 in 51 matches), Rohit Sharma (1384 in 64 matches), Raina (1307 in 65 matches), Dhoni (1212 in 79 matches), Yuvraj Singh (1177 in 58 matches)

    100s:

      110* KL Rahul vs West Indies, Lauderhill, 2016
      106 Rohit Sharma vs South Africa, Dharamsala, 2015
      101 Suresh Raina vs South Africa Gros Islet 2010

    100+ Partnerships: 9 (2 1st, 3 2nd, 2 3rd, 1 4th, 1 5th)
    Best Bowler

      52 Ashwin in 46 matches
      36 Bumrah in 26 matches
      34 Nehra in 26 matches

    Best Bowling

      6/25 Chahal vs England Bengaluru, 2017
      4/8 Ashwin vs Sri Lanka, Visakhapatnam, 2016

Indian Record vs Nations:
Only New Zealand has remained unbeaten against India. They have defeated Indians in 5 T20Is. Besides Kiwis, West Indies have won more with 5-2 record against India. England leads India 6-5. Among other nations, Indians are yet to lose against Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Ireland and United Arab Emirates. While they have dominated Australia and Pakistan, Indians have more wins against South Africa, Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe.

Indians have played one tie and won against Pakistan 3-0 when the tie was decided by bowling 6 balls on stumps by different bowlers from each team in 2007 T20I World Cup.

Records against All teams:
Undefeated

    1. Bangladesh 5-0
    2. Afghanistan 2-0
    3. Ireland 1-0
    4. United Arab Emirates 1-0
    5. Scotland 0-0 1 match No Result

Leads

    1. Pakistan 7-1
    2. Australia 10-4
    3. Sri Lanka 7-4
    4. South Africa 6-4
    5. Zimbabwe 5-2

Trails

    1. England 5-6
    2. West Indies 2-5, 1 NR

Yet to Win: New Zealand 0-5

Bilateral Series: 28 completed, 13 Won, 10 Lost, 5 draw

    1. In South Africa 2006/07 1-0 (1)
    2. At home, Australia 2007/08 1-0 (1)
    3. In Australia 2007/08 0-1(1)
    4. In Sri Lanka 2008/09 1-0 (1)
    5. In New Zealand 2008/09 0-2 (2)
    6. At Home, Sri Lanka 2009/10 1-1 (2)
    7. In Zimbabwe 2010 2-0 (2)
    8. In South Africa 2010/11 1-0 (1)
    9. In West Indies 2011 1-0 (1)
    10. In England 2011 0-1 (1)
    11. At home, England 2011/12 0-1 (1)
    12. In Australia 2011/12 1-1 (2)
    13. In South Africa 2011/12 0-1 (1)
    14. In Sri Lanka 2012 1-0 (1)
    15. At home New Zealand 2012 0-1 (2)
    16. At Home, England 2012/13 1-1 (2)
    17. At Home, Pakistan 2012/13 1-1 (2)
    18. In Australia 2013/14 1-0 (1)
    19. In England 2014 0-1 (1)
    20. In Zimbabwe 2015 1-1 (2)
    21. At Home, South Africa 2015/16 0-2 (3)
    22. In Australia 2015/16 3-0 (3)
    23. At Home, Sri Lanka 2015/16 2-1 (3)
    24. In Zimbabwe 2016 2-1 (3)
    25. In USA vs West Indies 2016 0-1 (2)
    26. At home, England 2016/17 2-1 (3)
    27. In West Indies 2017 0-1 (1)
    28. In Sri Lanka 1-0 (1)
    29. At Home, Australia 2017 Ongoing 1-0 (3)

Tournaments:
Asia Cup T20: Won all 5 (Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, UAE and then Bangladesh in Final)
World Cups: 6 – Won 21, Lost 11, NR 1
2007 Winner: Won 5, Lost 1, NR 1

    Won: Pakistan, England, South Africa, Australia (SF), Pakistan (Final)
    Lost: New Zealand
    NR: Scotland

2009: Super Group Won 2, Lost 3

    Won: Bangladesh, Ireland,
    Lost: West Indies, England, South Africa

2010: Super Group Won 2, Lost 3

    Won: Afghanistan, South Africa,
    Lost: Australia, West Indies, Sri Lanka

2012: Super Group Won 4, Lost 1

    Won: Afghanistan, England, Pakistan, South Africa
    Lost: Australia

2014 Runners up Won 5, Lost 1

    Won: Pakistan, West Indies, Bangladesh, Australia, South Africa (SF)
    Lost: Sri Lanka (Final)

2016 Semifinals Won 3, Lost 2

    Won: Pakistan, Bangladesh, Australia
    Lost: New Zealand, West Indies (SF)
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