On Friday, India surpassed all other teams in the T20I format in terms of wins. In the fourth T20 International match played in Raipur versus Australia, the Indian cricket team achieved this accomplishment. India defeated Australia by 20 runs in the fourth game, limiting them to 154/7 in their 175-run chase. They recorded their 136th victory under the format in addition to winning the five-match series 3-1. Since making its T20I debut in 2006, India has participated in 213 matches; it has won 136 of them, lost 67, and one ended in a tie. There have been three games with no outcome. India has a 63.84 win percentage in this format.

They have now defeated Pakistan, who have won 135 of their 226 games.

South Africa (95 wins in 171 matches), Australia (95 wins in 181 matches), and New Zealand (102 wins in 200 matches) are the other three best T20I cricket teams.

Australia began the encounter by putting India to bat. India reached 174/9 in 20 overs thanks to knocks from Rinku Singh (46 in 29 balls, with four boundaries and two sixes), Jitesh Sharma (35 in 19 balls, with a four and three sixes), Yashasvi Jaiswal (37 in 28 balls, with six fours and a six), and Ruturaj Gaikwad (32 in 28 balls, with three fours and a six).

In his second T20I game, Ben Dwarshuis (3/40) looked excellent with the ball. Jason Behrendorff and Tanveer Sangha (2/30) both displayed remarkable ball handling skills. Aaron Hardie secured a wicket as well.

Australia got off to a great start in the chase of 175 thanks to Travis Head’s (31 in 16 balls, five fours and a six), but they quickly lost their way. Despite their best efforts, Matthew Wade (36 in 23 balls, two fours and two sixes) and Matthew Short (22 in 19 balls) failed to lead the Australians to the match-winning runs by 20 runs.

With their spin, Axar Patel (3/16) and Ravi Bishnoi (1/17) skillfully controlled the run flow, while Deepak Chahar finished with a score of 2/44. Avesh Khan got a wicket as well.

With one game remaining, India leads the series 3-1, and Axar was named “Player of the Match.”

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