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On this day, 49 years ago, India played the first ODI, the result was ‘like this’

Mumbai. Indian cricket team made their debut in 1974 in international one day cricket on this day. 49 years ago, the Indian team played its first ODI match in England. A year later, the Indian team also played in the ODI World Cup. In the early days, the Indian team did not have much success in ODIs.

Ajit Wadekar led the Indian team for the first time in international ODI cricket. The first ODI was played against England at Headingley in Leeds. In the first match, England won the toss and invited India to bat. In this match, India scored 265 all out in 53.5 overs. In reply, England won by scoring 266 runs for 6 wickets in 51.1 overs.

India’s squad for the first ODI match

Sunil Gavaskar, Sudhir Naik, Ajit Wadekar (captain), Gundappa Vishwanath, Farooq Engineer (wicketkeeper), Brijesh Patel, Eknath Solkar, Syed Abid Ali, Madan Lal, Srinivas Venkataraghavan and Bishan Singh Bedi.

First ODI match

On January 5, 1971, the first ODI match was played between Australia and England at the Melbourne ground. Rain made an appearance in the first match. So this match was played in 40 overs. At that time eight balls were bowled in an over. In the first ODI match, Australia won by 5 wickets. The match was played in white jerseys. Even at that time red ball was used in ODI cricket. In the early days in ODI cricket, the match was played in 60-60 overs.

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