Can we write - "I won the match by 54 runs from the opponent team".

The first half of the sentence is correct, I'm confused about "from the opponent team".

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I won the match by 54 runs.

will do. Delete 'from the opponent team'.

Cambridge Dictionary

run noun (POINT) B2 [ C ] in cricket and baseball, a single point, scored by running from one place to another: England need 105 runs to win the game.

  • or use "over the opposing team"
    – tgdavies
    Commented Sep 2, 2023 at 7:46

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