7

The number of times India has won the Asia Cup, including the Twenty20 edition in 2016. However, the country’s six Asia Cup titles in the One-Day International format is now the most by any side in the history of the competition. Sri Lanka, which failed to qualify for the Super Four, has won it on five occasions, followed by Pakistan with two titles.

Asia Cup winners

* The inaugural tournament in 1984 did not have a final. India and Sri Lanka were placed first and second on points.

+ The 2016 edition was a T20I affair in Mirpur in February-March 2016.

 

3

The number of times Pakistan’s bowlers have conceded 200-plus runs for the opening wicket in ODI cricket. The 210-run stand between Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan at Dubai on September 23, 2018, was the second highest by any side against Pakistan.

Highest opening partnerships against Pakistan in ODIs

Note: Pakistan lost all these matches.

 

5

The number of times India’s openers have put on 200-plus runs for the opening wicket in ODI cricket. The 210-run stand between Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan at Dubai on September 23, 2018, was the fourth highest against any opponent.

Highest opening partnerships by India in ODIs

 

24

The number of matches taken by Kuldeep Yadav to reach his 50th wicket in ODI cricket. This is now the second quickest by a spin bowler to reach the landmark. Sri Lanka’s Ajantha Mendis achieved it in 19 matches in January 2009. Only six bowlers in ODI cricket history have done it in less than 25 matches.

Fewest matches to reach 50 ODI wickets

* Kuldeep Yadav needed just 22 innings to reach 50 wickets, the second fewest innings after Mendis.

 

30

The number of matches taken by Yuzvendra Chahal</TypographyTag11> to reach his 50th wicket in ODI cricket. This is now the second quickest by an Indian spin bowler to reach the landmark and the fifth Indian overall to do so in 30 or fewer games.

Fastest Indians to 50 ODI wickets