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Asia Cup 2023 Champion India Breaks These Records

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India demolished Sri Lanka by ten wickets in the final of Asia Cup 2023, thanks to a spectacular spell by Mohammed Siraj, who claimed six wickets in the game. 

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Asked to chase a paltry total of 51, the Indian openers Ishan Kishan and Shubman Gill ensured they walked back unbeaten. In doing so India broke multiple records. 

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India won the game with 263 balls to spare, which is the record for the largest victory in terms of balls remaining. They broke the record held by Australia till yesterday. Australia defeated England with 226 balls remaining in 2003.

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This was the third-shortest match in the history of ODIs. Only 129 balls were bowled before India completed their win. Sri Lanka, batting first, were floored out for just 15.2 overs.

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India registered a new record of bowling out their opponents for the lowest total. Before restricting Sri Lanka to 50, the record was against Zimbabwe when they got out for 58.

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