India continue dominance at home: Here’s how they have fared since December 2019

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Winning
the
second
match
in
Raipur
on
Saturday
against
a
clueless
New
Zealand
outfit
completed
the
7th
consecutive
bilateral
ODI
series
win
at
home
for
the
Men
in
Blue.

It
is
quite
vivid
how
ruthless
this
Indian
side
are
at
home,
given
the
likes
of
Australia,
South
Africa,
England
and
New
Zealand

all
have
bite
the
dust
when
they
have
taken
on
the
Indians
at
their
own
backyard.

India’s
Dominance
since
December
2019:

Indian
have
just
completed
their
7th
ODI
series
win
at
home
in
a
row,
dating
back
since
December
2019.

India’s
7
Consecutive
Series
Wins:

The
last
time
an
Indian
side
was
breached
at
home
was
by
Australia,
who
registered
a
3-2
series
win
while
touring
in
the
spring
of
2019.

Since
then,
Kohli
and
Rohit-led
India
have
shown
utter
dominance
over
their
opponents
at
home
conditions.

1st
vs
West
Indies
(2-1):

India
started
their
dominance
with
a
2-1
victory
over
West
Indies
in
December
2019.
The
men
in
Blue
started
the
series
with
a
loss
in
Chennai,
but
then
won
the
final
two
games
in
Vizag
and
Cuttack
to
get
their
hands
on
the
trophy.

2nd
vs
Australia
(2-1):

Then
it
was
turn
for
them
to
avenge
their
earlier
loss
against
Australia.
It
was
in
January
of
2020
when
India
managed
an
ODI
triumph
over
the
Aussies
at
home.
Again
team
India
came
from
1-0
down
to
win
the
final
two
matches,
thus
completing
another
series
win.

Virat
Kohli,
Rohit
Sharma
and
Shikhar
Dhawan
were
the
starts
with
the
bat,
while
Mohammed
Shami
did
brilliantly
with
the
ball.

India

3rd
vs
England
(2-1):

After
the
lengthy
break
due
to
the
COVID
pandemic,
India
commenced
their
home
series
against
the
mighty
England.
The
World
Champions
were
in
great
form
but
struggled
to
put
up
with
the
Indian
gladiators
at
the
sub-continent.
In
the
series
decider
in
Pune,
India
held
on
to
win
by
7
runs
to
clinch
another
bilateral
affair.

4th
vs
West
Indies
(3-0):

West
Indies’ were
thumped
at
home
by
India
in
February
last
year.
The
Caribbean
had
no
answer
to
the
Indian
supremacy
as
the
Men
in
Blue
completed
a
3-0
clean
swoop.
Rohit
Sharma
had
a
perfect
start
at
home
to
his
captaincy
stint
as
India
won
all
three
matches
that
were
played
in
Ahmedabad.

5th
vs
South
Africa
(2-1):

This
was
another
impressive
series
win
for
the
Indians,
this
time
South
Africa
were
the
victim.
India
again
came
back
from
a
1-0
deficit
to
register
their
5th
consecutive
series
win
at
home.
This
series
saw
the
upheaval
of
Shreyas
Iyer
as
the
stunning
batter
scored
191
runs
in
the
series
at
an
average
of
191.
Ishan
Kishan
and
Sanju
Samson
also
had
decent
outings
for
the
home
side.

Shreyas Iyer

Shreyas
Iyer
starred
for
India
in
the
South
Africa
Series

6th
vs
Sri
Lanka
(3-0):

India
passed
the
first
assignment
of
2023
with
flying
colours.
Virat
Kohli
reinvented
himself
with
the
bat
while
Mohammed
Siraj
dismantled
the
Lankan
batters
as
India
dominated
their
island
neighbours
once
again
in
a
bilateral
series.
Dasun
Shanaka
was
the
sole
performer
for
the
visitors,
but
couldn’t
prevent
the
mauling.

7th
vs
New
Zealand
(2-0*):

India
have
just
completed
another
series
win,
this
time
against
New
Zealand.
Shubman
Gill
fired
India
home
in
the
first
match
with
an
amazing
batting
display.

Shubman
Gill
scored
a
double
hundred
in
the
first
match
and
became
the
youngest
player
to
achieve
the
milestone.

Shubman Gill

Shubman
Gill
becomes
the
5th
Indian
to
score
an
ODI
double
hundred

In
the
second
match,
some
supreme
bowling
in
the
second
match
by
Mohammed
Shami
and
co.
ensured
India’s
series
win
against
the
Blackcaps.
If
they
can
win
the
final
match
in
Indore
in
three
days
time,
Rohit
Sharma
and
his
troops
will
occupy
the
top
spot
in
the
ICC
ODI
rankings.

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