India holds the record of most consecutive innings of over 400, 6 consecutive innings

From Oct 1986 in an inning against Australia in Mumbai when India scored 517/5d, till Feb 1987, inning against Pakistan in Kolkata, when India recorded 403, India scored more than 400 runs in 6 consecutive innings. Thus, India holds the record of most consecutive innings of over 400, 6 consecutive innings.

This is still a record by any team in Test Cricket. Interestingly, India comes at second place as well of scoring 5 consecutive 400 plus runs innings. This time from Apr 2009 till Dec 2009 in India’s 5 consecutive innings they score more than 400 runs.

India holds the record of most consecutive innings of over 400 score India holds the record of most consecutive innings of over 400, 6 consecutive innings

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