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India vs. Sri Lanka: The Indian team won the title by defeating Sri Lanka by 10 wickets in the final match of Asia Cup 2023. India achieved the target of 51 runs in 6.1 overs in this match.

IND vs. SL: Team India created history in the final, won the match by 263 balls first; and Made a world record

Indian cricket team (Image Source: BCCI/Twitter)

India vs. Sri Lanka Final Asia Cup: In the final match of Asia Cup 2023, the Indian team saw a one-sided performance with both ball and bat. Sri Lankan team captain Dasun Shanaka had won the toss and decided to bat first in this match, but the entire team was limited to only 50 runs in 15.2 overs. Team India achieved this target in 6.1 overs without any loss. With this, India won the Asia Cup title for the eighth time and also created some new records in ODI cricket.

India recorded the biggest win in terms of balls in ODI

In this final match against Sri Lanka, the Indian team has registered the biggest win in terms of balls remaining in its ODI cricket history. Team India won this match after 263 balls. Earlier in the year 2001, the Indian team had won the ODI with the most balls remaining. In the match against Kenya, the team had won the match by 231 balls at the Bloemfontein ground.

Won by 10 wickets for the second time in ODI final

For the second time in the history of ODI cricket, Team India has won by 10 wickets in the final match of a tournament. Earlier in the year 1998, the target of 197 runs in the final match against Zimbabwe was achieved without any loss. After this, the Australian team was in second place on this list, who had set the target of 118 runs without any loss against England in the year 2003 at Sydney ground. Now Team India is at number three, which has made its place by winning this match against Sri Lanka.

Win with most balls remaining in the final of ODI history

The Indian team is now in first place in terms of winning with the most number of balls remaining in the final match of an ODI tournament. Team India won the match with 263 balls remaining. Earlier this record was in the name of Australia when they had won the match against England at Sydney ground in 2003 with 226 balls remaining.

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