Team India is considered to be one of the best team in ODI cricket. India has won the World Cup twice, first time under the captaincy of Kapil Dev in 1983 and second time in 2011 under the captaincy of MS Dhoni.
However, inspite of being a brilliant team who has given some extraordinary performances, Team India has also had its of share of disappointing innings. Today, we will be telling you about those matches when the Indian team failed to reach the 100 mark in ODI cricket.
In 2000, during a ODI match against Sri Lanka in Sharjah, the Indian team had to chase a 299-run target, but in response to the target India could only pile up a 54-run score.
On the tour of Australia in 1981, the Indian team was knocked out for 63 runs in one of the matches presenting Australia a 9-wicket win.
On 24 December 1986, the Indian team was all out for only 78 runs in the ODI match against Sri Lanka in Kanpur.
In 1978, in the second match of the ODI series against Pakistan, the Indian team was doused out in just 79 runs.
In 2010, the Indian team was reduced to 88 in the one-day match played against New Zealand in the tri-series played on Sri Lanka.
On the tour of South Africa in 2006, the Indian team was knocked out with only 91 runs in the second match of the ODI series chasing a target of 249 runs.
The Indian team toured New Zealand last year. Under Virat Kohli’s captaincy, the Indian team was reduced to 92 runs in the Hamilton ODI match played against the Kiwis.