India chase down 350, yet another time!

16 Jan 2017 | By Rishikesh Malkhede
India's successful ODI run chases!

Of the six times a score of more than 350 has been successfully chased, India's name pops up in three such occasions.

At Pune's MCA Cricket Stadium, India successfully chased a target of 350 yesterday, set by England in the first ODI of the series.

It was India's second highest chase, with local boy Kedar Jadhav scoring a century along with captain Kohli.

In context: India's successful ODI run chases!

HistoryWhich are the most successful run chases in ODI history?

Run chasing is one of the most exciting things in one day international cricket game.

While there have been many amazing run chases in the history of ODI cricket, South Africa have their name for the top two chases.

SA have chased down the highest ODI score of 434 runs against Australia in March 2006. The second was also against Australia in 2016.

India chase down three of the top five scores

Indian cricket team has its name written down in the history for chasing three of the top five run chases in ODI cricket. While two of them are against the mighty Australia, third one is against England cricket team.
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Australia toured India in 2012 for seven ODI matches.

In the second ODI at Jaipur, Australia had put 359 runs on board for the hosts. The Indian team chased the score in just 43.3 overs, losing only one wicket. Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli scored a century each, while Shikhar Dhawan scored 95.

In the sixth ODI, India chased down 351 runs at Nagpur.

16 Jan 2017India chase down 350, yet another time!

Virat Kohli's yet another century in a high run chase

Be it Australia at Jaipur and Nagpur or England at Pune, Virat Kohli has scored a century in each of India's high run chases. Kohli has scored unbeaten knocks of 100 and 115 versus Australia and an amazing 122 versus England yesterday.