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India score biggest win abroad
Rajneesh Gupta |
December 13, 2004 18:46 IST
India's win by an innings and 140 runs in the first Test against Bangladesh at Dhaka on Monday is their biggest ever win on foreign soil (by innings margin).
It is India's second biggest in all Tests -- home or abroad.
|Inns & 219 runs||Aus||Calcutta||1997-98||2nd|
|Inns & 140 runs||BD||Dhaka||2004-05||1st|
|Inns & 131 runs||Pak||Rawalpindi||2003-04||3rd|
|Inns & 119 runs||SL||Lucknow ||1993-94||1st|
|Inns & 112 runs||WI||Mumbai (WS)||2002-03||1st|
|Inns & 109 runs||NZ||Chennai||1955-56||5th|
|Inns & 106 runs||SL||Nagpur||1986-87||2nd|
|Inns & 101 runs||Zim||Nagpur||2001-02||1st|
|Inns & 100 runs||Aus||Mumbai (WS)||1979-80||6th|
Tendulkar's unique distinction
Bangladesh were bowled out for 184 and 202 in their two innings of the first Test at Dhaka. The intriguing fact associated with Bangladesh's performance is that Tendulkar alone outscored them in either innings. This was the only third such instance for India.
|Batsman||Score||Opponent||1st Inns||2nd Inns||Venue||Season|
|Vinoo Mankad||231||New Zealand||219||209||Madras (Corp.)||1955-56|