KL Rahul. (Source: Twitter)

Win against Afghanistan with 30 balls to spare – In 2010, playing against Afghanistan, India achieved the target in the West Indies’ Grass Islet with 30 balls to spare. Afghanistan had scored 115 runs in this match for the loss of 8 wickets. In response, India won the match in 15 overs.

Victory against Sri Lanka with 37 balls to spare – Playing against Sri Lanka in the year 2016, India had achieved the target of 82 runs with 37 balls remaining. This is India’s fourth-biggest win in terms of wins with balls remaining. India spinner Ashwin took 4 wickets in this match.

Win against Zimbabwe with 41 balls to spare – Playing against Zimbabwe, the Indian team achieved the target of 99 in 13.1 overs without losing any wickets in 2016. India’s opener KL Rahul and Mandeep Singh gave India this victory while remaining undefeated. In this match, India won the match with 41 balls remaining.

Win against UAE with 59 balls to spare – During the 2016 Asia Cup, UAE had set a target of 82 runs in front of India. Which India got by losing 1 wicket in 10.1 overs, in this match Rohit Sharma scored 39 runs and Yuvraj Singh scored 25 runs. India won this match with 59 balls to spare.

Victory against Scotland with 81 balls to spare – In the ongoing World Cup match in Dubai, India faced Scotland. India needed to improve the net run rate to stay in the World Cup. The net run rate would have improved significantly if India had set the target of 86 runs by Scotland in 43 balls. With the help of explosive batting from Indian openers KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma, India crossed this target in 39 balls. India achieved this target with 81 balls remaining. This is India’s biggest win in this format in terms of balls remaining.