Highest Margin win in ODI World Cup History

Highest Margin win in ODI World Cup History ;‘In a historic ODI World Cup match at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium, India achieved its largest-ever win by runs, crushing Sri Lanka by a staggering 302 runs. This remarkable victory not only surpassed India’s previous record of a 257-run win against Bermuda in 2007 but also stands as the second-largest margin of victory in World Cup history, only behind Australia’s 309-run win over the Netherlands in the same tournament.

Highest Margin Win in odi world cup history

Remarkably, this victory also ranks as the fourth biggest win in all ODIs. India’s biggest-ever ODI win was a 317-run triumph against Sri Lanka in Thiruvananthapuram earlier in the same year.

Here are the key milestones for India in the World Cup and overall ODI history:

India’s Biggest Wins in World Cup History:

  1. Beat Sri Lanka by 302 runs at Mumbai in 2023
  2. Beat Bermuda by 257 runs at Port of Spain in 2007
  3. Beat Sri Lanka by 183 runs at Johannesburg in 2003
  4. Beat Namibia by 181 runs at Pietermaritzburg in 2003
  5. Beat Sri Lanka by 157 runs at Taunton in 1999

Biggest Wins Overall in World Cup History:

  1. Australia beat Netherlands by 309 runs at Delhi in 2023
  2. India beat Sri Lanka by 302 runs at Mumbai in 2023
  3. Australia beat Afghanistan by 275 runs at Perth in 2015
  4. India beat Bermuda by 257 runs at Port of Spain in 2007
  5. South Africa beat West Indies by 257 runs at Sydney in 2015

India’s Biggest Wins in All ODIs:

  1. Beat Sri Lanka by 317 runs at Thiruvananthapuram in 2023
  2. Beat Sri Lanka by 302 runs at Mumbai in 2023
  3. Beat Bermuda by 257 runs at Port of Spain in 2007
  4. Beat Hong Kong by 256 runs at Karachi in 2008
  5. Beat Pakistan by 228 runs at Colombo in 2023

Biggest Wins in All ODIs:

  1. India beat Sri Lanka by 317 runs at Thiruvananthapuram in 2023
  2. Australia beat Netherlands by 309 runs at Delhi in 2023
  3. Zimbabwe beat USA by 304 runs at Harare in 2023
  4. India beat Sri Lanka by 302 runs at Mumbai in 2023
  5. New Zealand beat Ireland by 290 runs at Aberdeen in 2008.

This victory marked a historic moment in India’s cricketing history and solidified their position as a dominant force in the world of cricket.

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