In an absolute cakewalk, Team India secured their 8th Asia Cup title on Sunday, beating Sri Lanka by 10 wickets in the Asia Cup 2023 final at R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo.
The Indian pacers put on a masterclass, led by Mohammed Siraj, who shone with a stunning six-wicket haul. Hardik Pandya contributed with three wickets, and Jasprit Bumrah also took one as Sri Lanka were bowled out for just 50 runs.
It was the 10th-lowest team total in ODIs by Sri Lanka, marking their second appearance in this list since their lower score against South Africa in 2012.
Here’s the list of top 10 lowest team totals in One-Day Internationals:
Top 10 Lowest Team Totals in ODIs
|Zimbabwe||35||Sri Lanka||Harare||25 April, 2004|
|USA||35||Nepal||Kirtipur||12 February, 2020|
|Canada||36||Sri Lanka||Paarl||19 February, 2023|
|Zimbabwe||38||Sri Lanka||Colombo||8 December, 2001|
|Sri Lanka||43||South Africa||Paarl||11 January, 2012|
|Pakistan||43||West Indies||Cape Town||25 February, 1993|
|Zimbabwe||44||Bangladesh||Chattogram||3 November, 2009|
|Canada||45||England||Manchester||13 June, 1979|
|Namibia||45||Australia||Potchefstroom||27 February, 2003|
|Sri Lanka||50||India||Colombo||17 September, 2023|
In reply, Shubman Gill and Ishan Kishan opened for India and chased down the target of 51 runs in just 6.2 overs. While Gill scored an unbeaten 23 runs from 18 balls, the wicket-keeper batter contributed an unbeaten 27 runs from 19 balls.