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Throwback Records of Indian Team in Asia Cup

Hey, cricket fans! We know you have followed the last England – India series and have been disappointed. But we know that India is gifted with some of the greatest batsmen and bowlers, who will fight back to regain the glory. The fantasy cricket leagues matches will be at a new level with India playing in Asia Cup 2018. 

Are you reading with your fantasy cricket team to play and watch the Asia cup? But before that, know about the performance details of Indian team at Asia Cup. 

Most runs in the tournament 

The first Indian cricketer having most runs in the tournament is India skipper Virat Kohli with 357 runs during 2012. 

The second Indian cricketer having most runs in the tournament is master blaster Sachin Tendulkar with 205 runs during 1995. 

The third Indian cricketer having most runs in the tournament is Surinder Khanna with 107 runs during Asia Cup 1984. Khanna mostly played in domestic cricket and played ten ODI for India. He played the role of wicketkeeper in Indian team. 

Most wickets in the tournament 

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The list of most wickets in the tournament starts with Ravi Shastri with a record of taking 4 wickets during Asia Cup 1984. 

During Asia Cup 1988, Arshad Ayub has the record of taking 9 wickets at the tournament. 

During Asia Cup 1990-91 Kapil Dev, the shining all-rounder of India has taken 9 wickets at the tournament. 

One of the most talented former bowlers of Indian team, Anil Kumble holds the record of taking 7 wickets during Asia Cup 1995. 

At 1997 Asia Cup, Venkatesh Prasad holds the record of 7 wickets in the tournament. 

Irfan Pathan holds the record of taking 14 wickets, during the Asia Cup. 2004 

Man of the tournament 

In Asia Cup 1984, Surinder Khanna became Man of the Tournament for his 107 runs. 

In Asia Cup 1988 and in 1995, Navjot Sidhu became Man of the Tournament for his 179 runs and 116 runs respectively. 

Man of the match (in final) 

During Asia Cup 1988, Navjot Sidhu became Man of the match for the finals scoring 76 runs. 

At Asia Cup 1990-91 and in 1995, Mohammad Azharuddin became Man of the match for the finals scoring54 runs and 90 runs respectively. 

In Asia Cup 2010, Dinesh Karthik became Man of the match for the finals scoring 66 runs. 

Now, enjoy reading and playing fantasy cricket!