India became the only fourth team to complete 150 T20 International matches, with their last Super-12 fixture in the ongoing ICC Men's T20 World Cup against Namibia in Dubai on November 8 being their milestone match in the shortest format. (More Cricket News)
India recorded a six-wicket win over South Africa in their first T20 International match against South Africa at Johannesburg on December 1, 2006, while they defeated Australia by 73 runs in their 50th match at Dhaka on March 30, 2014.
The men in blue then went on to complete a century of T20 International matches against Ireland in Dublin on June 27, 2018, with a 76-run win in the match.
India have won 92 matches, lost 51, tied three, and abandoned four in 150 T20 International matches played since 2006. They have won 31 games, lost 20, and abandoned one in 52 matches played at home while they won 61 matches, lost 31, tied three, and abandoned three in 98 away matches played.
The T20 World Cup match against Namibia was India’s 50th under the leadership of outgoing T20 captain Virat Kohli. He became the only second skipper after Mahendra Singh Dhoni to lead India in 50 or more T20 Internationals.
Dhoni led the national side in 72 matches, with 41 wins, 28 losses, one tie, and two abandoned games. On the other hand, Virat Kohli has won 30 matches, lost 16, tied two, and abandoned two while leading India in 50 matches.
OVER 150 T20 INTERNATIONAL MATCHES:
Team - M - W - L - T - N/R - Success%
Pakistan 182 111 63 3 5 63.18
New Zealand 155 77 66 8 4 53.54
Australia 151 77 69 2 3 52.64
India 150 92 51 3 4 63.66