As India beat Zimbabwe by 5 wickets in the second ODI in Harare on Saturday, the all-rounder Deepak Hooda Set an impressive, but rather unique, world record. Since his international debut, India have won every match he has played in every format. Hooda has now been part of 16 consecutive wins for India, the longest ‘not out’ streak for any player since debut. India have won seven ODIs and nine T20Is with Hooda in the team since playing their first international in February this year.
Romania’s Satwik Nadigotla holds the record of 15 matches won since his debut, while South Africa won the star David Miller and Romania Shantanu Vashist Enjoy had a winning streak in 13 matches since playing his first international match.
Hooda took a wicket and scored 25 runs with the bat as India chased down the target of 162 with less than half an over left.
India won the toss and elected to bat at Harare Sports Club. Zimbabwe’s batting continued with the bat as they were bowled out for 161 in 38.1 overs.
This was the seventh time in a row that India dismissed Zimbabwe.
Shardul Thakur Was the bowler’s choice as he took three wickets.
KL RahulThose who did not get a chance to bat in the first match, encouraged themselves to open, but they got out after scoring 1 run in 5 balls.
However, Zimbabwe’s total was too low and India had too much firepower in their lineup to win at a canter, despite losing five wickets.
With this win, India have secured the series with one match.
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