Has India beat South Africa South Africa?
South Africa women’s cricket team made history by winning the ODI Series and the T20 Series in India. The Proteas women beat India 4-1 in the five-match one-day series and also won the T20Is by 2-1 margin.
Does India have won Test series in South Africa?
The Test series was played for the Freedom Trophy, with South Africa winning the trophy following victories in the first two Tests.
|Indian cricket team in South Africa in 2017–18|
|Result||South Africa won the 3-match series 2–1|
|Most runs||AB de Villiers (211)||Virat Kohli (286)|
Who is South Africa Test captain?
Who won most Test matches?
As of March 2021, the most successful team in Test cricket, in terms of both wins and win percentage, is Australia, having won 393 of their 830 Tests (47.24%).
Team wins, losses and draws.
|First Test match||15 March 1877|
Has Sri Lanka won a Test match in India?
The Sri Lankan team won an ODI series against Australia in Australia in 2010. However, they are yet to register a Test match win and an ODI series win against India in India, as of 2017.
How many tests India won in New Zealand?
The tour included three Tests, five ODIs and two T20Is. New Zealand won both the T20Is. India won both the ODI series 3–1 and Test series 1–0.
Indian cricket team in New Zealand in 2008–09.
|Indian cricket team in New Zealand in 2009|
|Captains||Daniel Vettori||Mahendra Singh Dhoni|
|Result||India won the 3-match series 1–0|
Has Pakistan won series in South Africa?
SA vs PAK, 3rd ODI: Pakistan wins series in South Africa with another Fakhar 100. Opener Fakhar Zaman hit a second successive century to help Pakistan win the deciding one-day international against South Africa by 28 runs and take the series 2-1 on Wednesday.
Who is the best captain in the world?
Best Captain in the world
- Graeme Smith. Smith was given the role of captaincy when he was just 22 and had played just 8 Tests then. …
- MS Dhoni. …
- Ricky Ponting.
Who is the best captain of India?
Considered as best captain of India, MS Dhoni-led Blue Army in 200 matches out of which India won 110. Suresh Raina’s captaincy debut came on the 2010 tour of Zimbabwe. The southpaw was appointed as a skipper only for two series between 2010-14. Under his captaincy, India bagged six wins and suffered five losses.