ICC World Cup 2019 – Match No 37 – Stats highlights

Match No 37 – Australia Vs New Zealand at Lord’s on 29 Jun 19 – Australia won by 86 runs

TA Boult captured four for 51 in this game to provide the 211th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 20th occasion of a New Zealand bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup

TA Boult captured four for 51 in this game to provide the fourth occasion of his capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 TA Boult 10.0 3 27 5 1 v Australia Auckland 28 Feb 2015
2 TA Boult 10.0 3 44 4 2 v West Indies Wellington 21 Mar 2015
3 TA Boult 10.0 1 30 4 2 v West Indies Manchester 22 Jun 2019
4 TA Boult 10.0 1 51 4 1 v Australia Lord’s 29 Jun 2019

TA Boult became the sixth bowler in the history of the World Cup to captured four plus wickets haul on four or more occasions. The following table lists the performance of these six bowlers. MA Starc’s six four plus wicket hauls include his five for later in this match in New Zealand’s innings

No Player Team Span Mat Inns O M R W Ave 4 5 4+
1 MA Starc Aus 2015-2019 16 16 138.1 8 597 46 12.97 3 3 6
2 Imran Tahir RSA 2011-2019 21 20 182.5 7 788 39 20.20 4 1 5
3 TA Boult NZl 2015-2019 16 16 154.0 16 685 35 19.57 3 1 4
4 M Muralitharan Srl 1996-2011 40 39 343.3 15 1335 68 19.63 4 0 4
5 Shahid Afridi Pak 1999-2015 27 24 184.0 7 831 30 27.70 2 2 4
6 SK Warne Aus 1996-1999 17 17 162.5 16 624 32 19.50 4 0 4

TA Boult performed the hat trick in this game to provide the eleventh occasion of a bowler performing the feat in the history of the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Bowler Team Opp  Ground Date
1 C Sharma Ind NZl Nagpur 31.10.1987
2 Saqlain Mushtaq Pak Zim The Oval 11.06.1999
3 WPUJC Vaas Srl Ban City Oval 14.02.2003
4 B Lee Aus Ken Durban 15.03.2003
5 SL Malinga Srl RSA Providence 28.03.2007
6 KAJ Roach Win Net Delhi 28.02.2011
7 SL Malinga Srl Ken Col-RPS 01.01.2011
8 ST Finn Eng Aus Melbourne 14.02.2015
9 JP Duminy RSA Srl Sydney 18.03.2015
10 Mohammd Shami Ind Afg Southampton 22.06.2019
11 TA Boult NZl Aus Lord’s 29.06.2019

TA Boult performed the hat trick in this game to provide the second occasion of a bowler performing the feat against Australia in the history of the World Cup. Both the occasions are tabulated below

No Bowler Team Opp  Ground Date
1 ST Finn Eng Aus Melbourne 14.02.2015
2 TA Boult NZl Aus Lord’s 29.06.2019

UT Khwaja and AT Carey added 107 runs for the sixth wicket in this game to provide the 295th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 48th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup

UT Khwaja and AT Carey added 107 runs for the sixth wicket in this game to provide the eighth occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings for the sixth wicket in the World Cup. It also provides the first occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings for the sixth wicket in the World Cup

UT Khwaja and AT Carey added 107 runs for the sixth wicket in this game to provide record partnership in an innings for the sixth wicket in the World Cup. The previous best was 99 runs partnership between R Edwards and RW Marsh against West Indies at The Oval on 14.06.73

AT Carey scored 71 in this game to provide the 107th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 17th occasion of an Australian wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup.

AT Carey scored 71 in this game to provide the second occasion of an Australian wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in an innings against New Zealand in the World Cup. BJ Haddin had scored 55 at Nagpur on 25.02.11

MA Starc and JP Beherndorff were dismissed for first ball duck in this game to provide the 210th and 211th occasion of batsmen dismissed for first ball ducks in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides 16th and 17th occasion of Australian batsmen dismissed for first ball ducks in an innings in the World Cup.

MA Starc’s five for 26 in this game represent his sixth four wicket haul in the World Cup and he ownd the record for most four wicket hauls in the World Cup. He went past Imran Tahir of South Africa who had five four wicket hauls. The following table lists the performance of these two bowlers

No Bowler Team O M R W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 MA Starc Aus 9.0 0 28 6 2 v New Zealand Auckland 28 Feb 2015
2 MA Starc Aus 4.4 1 14 4 1 v Scotland Hobart 14 Mar 2015
3 MA Starc Aus 10.0 1 46 5 2 v West Indies Nottingham 06 Jun 2019
4 MA Starc Aus 10.0 0 55 4 2 v Sri Lanka The Oval 15 Jun 2019
5 MA Starc Aus 8.4 1 43 4 2 v England Lord’s 25 Jun 2019
6 MA Starc Aus 9.4 1 26 5 2 v New Zealand Lord’s 29 Jun 2019
                     
No Bowler Team O M R W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Imran Tahir RSA 10.0 1 41 4 1 v West Indies Delhi 24 Feb 2011
2 Imran Tahir RSA 8.4 1 38 4 1 v England Chennai 06 Mar 2011
3 Imran Tahir RSA 10.0 2 45 5 2 v West Indies Sydney 27 Feb 2015
4 Imran Tahir RSA 8.2 0 26 4 1 v Sri Lanka Sydney 18 Mar 2015
5 Imran Tahir RSA 7.0 0 29 4 1 v Afghanistan Cardiff 15 Jun 2019

TA Boult captured four for 51 for New Zealand and MA Starc captured five for 26 in this  game to provide the 17th occasion of rival bowlers capturing four  or  more wickets in  a  match

MA Starc captured five for 26 in this game to provide the 60th occasion of a bowler capturing five or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 16th occasion of an Australian bowler capturing five  or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup

MA Starc’s five for 26 in this game provides the third occasion of his capturing five wicket haul in an innings in the World Cup. He owns the  record for most five wicket hauls by bowlers in the World Cup. The following table lists the bowlers who  have captured five  plus wicket hauls  on two or more occasions in the World Cup

No Player Team Span Mat Inns Overs M Runs W BBI Ave 5
1 MA Starc Aus 2015-2019 3 3 28.4 2 100 16 6/28 6.25 3
2 ALF de Mel Srl 1983-1983 2 2 24.0 5 71 10 5/32 7.10 2
3 VC Drakes Win 2003-2003 2 2 19.5 3 77 10 5/33 7.70 2
4 GJ Gilmour Aus 1975-1975 2 2 24.0 8 62 11 6/14 5.63 2
5 GD McGrath Aus 1999-2003 2 2 15.4 7 29 12 7/15 2.41 2
6 Shahid Afridi Pak 2011-2011 2 2 18.0 3 39 10 5/16 3.90 2

MA Starc’s five for 26 in this game provides the third occasion of his capturing five wicket haul in an innings in the World Cup. He owns the Australian record for most five wicket hauls by bowlers in the World Cup. The following table lists the Australian  bowlers who have captured five  plus wicket hauls  on two or more occasions in the World Cup

No Player Team Span Mat Inns Overs M Runs W BBI Ave 5
1 MA Starc Aus 2015-2019 3 3 28.4 2 100 16 6/28 6.25 3
2 GJ Gilmour Aus 1975-1975 2 2 24.0 8 62 11 6/14 5.63 2
3 GD McGrath Aus 1999-2003 2 2 15.4 7 29 12 7/15 2.41 2

New Zealand was dismissed all out for 157 in this game to provide the 299th occasion of a team dismissed all out in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 19th occasion of New Zealand dismissed all out in an innings in the World Cup

TA Boult’s four for 56 in this game was in a losing cause to provide the 41st occasion of a bowler’s four wicket haul going in vain in World Cup. It also provides the third occasion of a New Zealand bowler’s four wicket haul going in vain in World Cup

ICC World Cup 2019 – Match No 36 – Stats highlights

Match No 36 – Afghanistan Vs Pakistan at Leeds on 29 Jun 19 – Pakistan won by three wickets

Hasmathullah Shahidi of Afghanistan was dismissed for a first ball duck in this game to provide the 209th occasion of a batsman collecting the first ball duck in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the seventh occasion of an Afghaninstan batsman collecting the first ball duck in an innings in the World Cup.

Pakistan won this game by three wickets with two balls to spare to provide fifth the occasion of a team winning a World Cup game with two balls to spare.

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 West Indies won 1 wicket 2 v Pakistan Birmingham 11 Jun 1975
2 Australia won 5 wickets 2 v South Africa Leeds 13 Jun 1999
3 Australia won 2 wickets 2 v England P Elizabeth 02 Mar 2003
4 South Africa won 3 wickets 2 v India Nagpur 12 Mar 2011
5 Pakistan won 3 wickets 2 v Afghanistan Leeds 29 Jun 2019

Shaheen Shah Afridi captured four for 47 in this game to provide the 210th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 23rd occasion of a Pakistan bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup.

Fakhar Zaman was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the 74th occasion of an opening batsman batting at number one dismissed for a duck in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the fourth occasion of a Pakistan opening batsman batting at number one dismissed for a duck in an innings in the World Cup.

Sarfraz Ahmed and Shadab Khan were dismissed run out in this game to provide the 548th and 549th occasion of a  batsman dismissed run out in an innings in the World Cup, It also provides the 57th and 58th occasion of a  batsman dismissed run out in an innings in the World Cup,

Sarfraz Ahmed was dismissed run out in this game to provide the 51st occasion of a  captain dismissed run out in an innings in the World Cup, It also provides the sixth occasion of a Pakistan captain dismissed run out in an innings in the World Cup,

Sarfraz Ahmed was dismissed run out in this game to provide the 47th occasion of a wicket keeper  batsman dismissed run out in an innings in the World Cup, It also provides the fifth occasion of a Pakistan wicket keeper batsman dismissed run out in an innings in the World Cup,

Sarfraz Ahmed was dismissed run out in this game to provide the fifth occasion of a captain-cum-wicket keeper batsman dismissed run out in an innings in the World Cup, It also provides the second occasion of a Pakistan captain-cum-wicket keeper batsman dismissed run out in an innings in the World Cup,

Imam-ul-Haq was dismissed stumped in this game to provide the 144th occasion of a batsman dismissed stumped in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the ninth occasion of a Pakistan batsman dismissed stumped in an innings in the World Cup.

Imam-ul-Haq was dismissed stumped in this game to provide the 34th occasion of an opening batsman dismissed stumped in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the third occasion of a Pakistan opening batsman dismissed stumped in an innings in the World Cup.

ICC World Cup 2019 – Match No 35 – Stats highlights

Match No 35 – South Africa Vs Sri Lanka  at Ch-le-St  on 28 Jun 19 – South Africa won by nine wickets

FDM Karunaratne of Sri Lanka was dismissed by the first ball of the match in this game to become the fifth opening batsman in the history of the World Cup to be dismissed by the first ball of the match. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 JG Wright 0 1 1 NZl Aus Auckland 22 Feb 1992
2 Hannan Sarkar 0 1 1 Ban Srl Pietermaritzburg 14 Feb 2003
3 BRM Taylor 0 1 1 Zim Can Nagpur 28 Feb 2011
4 MJ Guptill 0 1 1 NZl Win Manchester 22 Jun 2019
5 FDM Karunaratne 0 1 1 Srl RSA Ch-le-St 28 Jun 2019

FDM Karunaratne of Sri Lanka was dismissed by the first ball of the match in this game to become the first captain opening batsman in the history of the World Cup to be dismissed by the first ball of the match.

South Africa won this game by nine wickets to provide the 23rd occasion of a team winning a World Cup game by nine wickets margin. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 West Indies won 9 wickets 236 v Sri Lanka Manchester 07 Jun 1975
2 New Zealand won 9 wickets 74 v Sri Lanka Nottingham 09 Jun 1979
3 West Indies won 9 wickets 51 v India Birmingham 09 Jun 1979
4 England won 9 wickets 215 v Sri Lanka Leeds 20 Jun 1983
5 India won 9 wickets 107 v New Zealand Nagpur 31 Oct 1987
6 South Africa won 9 wickets 13 v Australia Sydney 26 Feb 1992
7 Pakistan won 9 wickets 90 v U.A.E. Gujranwala 24 Feb 1996
8 England won 9 wickets 66 v Kenya Canterbury 18 May 1999
9 Pakistan won 9 wickets 15 v New Zealand Manchester 16 Jun 1999
10 Australia won 9 wickets 166 v India Centurion 15 Feb 2003
11 New Zealand won 9 wickets 13 v South Africa Johannesburg 16 Feb 2003
12 Sri Lanka won 9 wickets 272 v Canada Paarl 19 Feb 2003
13 New Zealand won 9 wickets 124 v Bangladesh North Sound 02 Apr 2007
14 Australia won 9 wickets 226 v Ireland Bridgetown 13 Apr 2007
15 South Africa won 9 wickets 184 v England Bridgetown 17 Apr 2007
16 Sri Lanka won 9 wickets 188 v Kenya Colombo (RPS) 01 Mar 2011
17 West Indies won 9 wickets 226 v Bangladesh Dhaka 04 Mar 2011
18 India won 9 wickets 187 v U.A.E. Perth 28 Feb 2015
19 Sri Lanka won 9 wickets 16 v England Wellington 01 Mar 2015
20 England won 9 wickets 41 v Afghanistan Sydney 13 Mar 2015
21 South Africa won 9 wickets 192 v Sri Lanka Sydney 18 Mar 2015
22 South Africa won 9 wickets 116 v Afghanistan Cardiff 15 Jun 2019
23 South Africa won 9 wickets 76 v Sri Lanka Ch-le-St 28 Jun 2019

South Africa won this game by nine wickets to provide the fifth occasion of South Africa winning a World Cup game by nine wickets margin. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 South Africa won 9 wickets 13 v Australia Sydney 26 Feb 1992
2 South Africa won 9 wickets 184 v England Bridgetown 17 Apr 2007
3 South Africa won 9 wickets 192 v Sri Lanka Sydney 18 Mar 2015
4 South Africa won 9 wickets 116 v Afghanistan Cardiff 15 Jun 2019
5 South Africa won 9 wickets 76 v Sri Lanka Ch-le-St 28 Jun 2019

South Africa won this game by nine wickets to provide the fifth occasion of a team winning a World Cup game by nine wickets margin against Sri Lanka. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 West Indies won 9 wickets 236 v Sri Lanka Manchester 07 Jun 1975
2 New Zealand won 9 wickets 74 v Sri Lanka Nottingham 09 Jun 1979
3 England won 9 wickets 215 v Sri Lanka Leeds 20 Jun 1983
4 South Africa won 9 wickets 192 v Sri Lanka Sydney 18 Mar 2015
5 South Africa won 9 wickets 76 v Sri Lanka Ch-le-St 28 Jun 2019

F du Plessis scored 96 not out in this game to provide the 63rd occasion of a batsman scoring a ninety in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the eighth occasion of a South African batsman scoring a ninety in an innings in the World Cup.

F du Plessis scored 96 not out in this game to provide the tenth occasion of a captain scoring a ninety in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the third occasion of a South African captain scoring a ninety in an innings in the World

Cup.

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 GC Smith 91 2 v Scotland Basseterre 20 Mar 2007
2 AB de Villiers 99 1 v U.A.E. Wellington 12 Mar 2015
3 F du Plessis 96* 2 v Sri Lanka Ch-le-St 28 Jun 2019

HM Amla-F du Plessis added 175 runs in  an unfinished partnership  for the second wicket  in this game to provide the 294th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 28th occasion of South African batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup

HM Amla-F du Plessis added 175 runs in  an unfinished partnership  for the second wicket  in this game to provide the 68th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings for the second wicket in the World Cup. It also provides the seventh occasion of South African batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings for the second wicket in the World Cup.

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ICC World Cup 2019 – Match No 34 – Stats highlights

Match No 34 – India Vs West Indies at Manchester on 27 Jun 2019 – India won by 125 runs

India won this game by 125 runs to provide the eighth occasion of India winning a World Cup game by 100 plus runs margin. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Match Date
1 India 257 runs 414 v Bermuda Port of Spain 19 Mar 2007
2 India 183 runs 293 v Sri Lanka Johannesburg 10 Mar 2003
3 India 181 runs 312 v Namibia Pietermaritzburg 23 Feb 2003
4 India 157 runs 374 v Sri Lanka Taunton 26 May 1999
5 India 130 runs 308 v South Africa Melbourne 22 Feb 2015
6 India 125 runs 269 v West Indies Manchester 27 Jun 2019
7 India 118 runs 248 v Australia Chelmsford 20 Jun 1983
8 India 109 runs 303 v Bangladesh Melbourne 19 Mar 2015

V Kohli scored 72 in this game to provide the 175th occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 19th occasion of an Indian captain scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup

V Kohli scored 72 in this game to provide the fourth occasion of his scoring a fifty as a captain in an innings in the World Cup. He became the second Indian captain to score four plus fifties in an innings in the World Cup after M Azharuddin. M Azharuddin has scored six fifties

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 M Azharuddin 93 2 v Australia Brisbane 01 Mar 1992
2 M Azharuddin 61 1 v West Indies Wellington 10 Mar 1992
3 M Azharuddin 55 1 v New Zealand Dunedin 12 Mar 1992
4 M Azharuddin 79 1 v South Africa Adelaide 15 Mar 1992
5 M Azharuddin 72* 1 v Sri Lanka Delhi 02 Mar 1996
6 M Azharuddin 59 1 v Pakistan Manchester 08 Jun 1999
             
1 V Kohli 82 1 v Australia The Oval 09 Jun 2019
2 V Kohli 77 1 v Pakistan Manchester 16 Jun 2019
3 V Kohli 67 1 v Afghanistan Southampton 22 Jun 2019
4 V Kohli 72 1 v West Indies Manchester 27 Jun 2019

MS Dhoni scored 56 not out in this game to provide the 106th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the eighth occasion of an Indian wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup

V Kohli {72} and MS Dhoni {56 not out} scored fifties in this game to provide the twelfth occasion of both the captain and wicket keeper scoring fifties in an innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below. It also provides the first such occasion by an Indian captain and wicket keeper batsman in the World Cup

No No   Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 1 C LRD Mendis 56 2 Srl Eng Taunton 11 Jun 1983
  2 Wk RG de Alwis 58* 2 Srl Eng Taunton 11 Jun 1983
                   
2 1 C DAG Fletcher 71* 1 Zim Win Worcester 13 Jun 1983
  2 Wk DL Houghton 54 1 Zim Win Worcester 13 Jun 1983
                   
  1 C MO Odumbe 50 2 Ken Aus Visakhapatnam 23 Feb 1996
  2 Wk KO Otieno 85 2 Ken Aus Visakhapatnam 23 Feb 1996
                   
4 1 C HH Streak 72* 1 Zim NZl Bloemfontein 08 Mar 2003
  2 Wk T Taibu 53 1 Zim NZl Bloemfontein 08 Mar 2003
                   
5 1 C RT Ponting 140* 1 Aus Ind Johannesburg 23 Mar 2003
  2 Wk AC Gilchrist 57 1 Aus Ind Johannesburg 23 Mar 2003
                   
6 1 C SO Tikolo 72* 2 Ken Can Gros Islet 14 Mar 2007
  2 Wk MA Ouma 58 2 Ken Can Gros Islet 14 Mar 2007
                   
7 1 C M Jayawardene 85 1 Srl Ber Port of Spain 15 Mar 2007
  2 Wk KC Sangakkara 76 1 Srl Ber Port of Spain 15 Mar 2007
                   
8 1 C BC Lara 77 2 Win Aus North Sound 27 Mar 2007
  2 Wk D Ramdin 52 2 Win Aus North Sound 27 Mar 2007
                   
9 1 C RT Ponting 104 1 Aus Ind Ahmedabad 24 Mar 2011
  2 Wk BJ Haddin 53 1 Aus Ind Ahmedabad 24 Mar 2011
                   
10 1 C JO Holder 51 2 Win Aus Nottingham 06 Jun 2019
  2 Wk SD Hope 68 2 Win Aus Nottingham 06 Jun 2019
                   
11 1 C FDM Karunaratne 97 1 Srl Aus The Oval 15 Jun 2019
  2 Wk MDGK Perera 52 1 Srl Aus The Oval 15 Jun 2019
                   
12 1 C V Kohli 72 1 Ind Win Manchester 27 Jun 2019
  2 Wk MS Dhoni 56* 1 Ind Win Manchester 27 Jun 2019

Mohd Shami captured four for 16 in this game to provide the 209th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 23rd occasion of an Indian bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup

Mohd Shami captured four for 16 in this game to provide the third occasion of his capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup. He now owns the Indian record for most four wicket hauls in the World Cup. The following table lists the Indian bowlers who have captured four or more wickets on two or more occasions.

No Player O M R W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Mohammed Shami 9.0 1 35 4 2 v Pakistan Adelaide 15 Feb 2015
2 Mohammed Shami 9.5 1 40 4 2 v Afghanistan Southampton 22 Jun 2019
3 Mohammed Shami 6.2 0 16 4 2 v West Indies Manchester 27 Jun 2019
                   
1 A Nehra 10.0 2 23 6 2 v England Durban 26 Feb 2003
2 A Nehra 7.0 1 35 4 2 v Sri Lanka Johannesburg 10 Mar 2003
                   
1 J Srinath 9.1 1 30 4 2 v Netherlands Paarl 12 Feb 2003
2 J Srinath 9.0 1 35 4 2 v Sri Lanka Johannesburg 10 Mar 2003
                   
1 UT Yadav 9.0 1 31 4 2 v Bangladesh Melbourne 19 Mar 2015
2 UT Yadav 9.0 0 72 4 1 v Australia Sydney 26 Mar 2015
                   
1 Yuvraj Singh 4.3 2 6 4 2 v Namibia Pietermaritzburg 23 Feb 2003
2 Yuvraj Singh 10.0 0 31 5 1 v Ireland Bengaluru 06 Mar 2011

Mohd Shami captured four for 16 in this game to provide the 150th occasion of a bowler capturing exact four wickets in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 18th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing exact four wickets in an innings in the World Cup

Mohd Shami captured 4 for 40 against Afghanistan at Southampton on 22.06.19 and followed it up by 4 for 16 against West Indies  at Manchester on 27.06.19 to become the tenth bowler in the history of  the World Cup to capture four plus wickets in two more consecutive games. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Bowlers W R Team Opp Ground Date
1 ALF de Mel 5 39 Srl Pak Leeds 16 Jun 1983
    5 32 Srl NZl Derby 18 Jun 1983
               
2 GJ Gilmour 6 14 Aus Eng Leeds 18 Jun 1975
    5 48 Aus Win Lord’s 21 Jun 1975
               
3 Imran Khan 4 37 Pak Win Lahore 16 Oct 1987
    4 37 Pak Eng Karachi 20 Oct 1987
               
4 SK Warne 4 29 Aus RSA Birmingham 17 Jun 1999
    4 33 Aus Pak Lord’s 20 Jun 1999
               
5 MJ Johnson 4 19 Aus V Zim Ahmedabad 21 Feb 2011
    4 33 Aus V NZl Nagpur-J 25 Feb 2011
               
6 SJ Benn 4 18 Win Ban Dhaka 04 Mar 2011
    4 53 Win Ire Mohali 11 Mar 2011
               
7 B Lee 4 46 Aus Can Bangalore 16 Mar 2011
    4 28 Aus Pak Colombo (RPS) 19 Mar 2011
               
8 Shahid Afridi 5 16 Pak Ken Hambantota 23 Feb 2011
    4 34 Pak Srl Colombo (RPS) 26 Feb 2011
    5 23 Pak Can Colombo (RPS) 03 Mar 2011
               
9 UT Yadav 4 31 Ind Ban Melbourne 19 Mar 2015
    4 72 Ind Aus Sydney 26 Mar 2015
               
10 Mohd Shami 4 40 Ind Afg Southampton 22 Jun 2019
  Mohd Shami 4 16 Inf Win Manchester 27 Jun 2019

Mohd Shami captured 4 for 40 against Afghanistan at Southampton on 22.06.19 and followed it up by 4 for 16 against West Indies  at Manchester on 27.06.19 to become the second Indian  bowler in the history of  the World Cup to capture four plus wickets in two more consecutive games after UT Yadav. Both occasions are tabulated below

No Bowlers W R Team Opp Ground Date
1 UT Yadav 4 31 Ind Ban Melbourne 19 Mar 2015
    4 72 Ind Aus Sydney 26 Mar 2015
               
2 Mohd Shami 4 40 Ind Afg Southampton 22 Jun 2019
  Mohd Shami 4 16 Inf Win Manchester 27 Jun 2019

Mohd Shami became the twelfth bowler in the history of World Cup to capture four plus wicket hauls on three or more occasions. The following table lists all the twelve bowlers

No Player Team Span Mat Overs M Runs W BBI Ave 4 5 4+
1 MA Starc Aus 2015-2019 15 128.3 7 571 41 6/28 13.92 3 2 5
2 Imran Tahir RSA 2011-2019 20 172.5 7 752 39 5/45 19.28 4 1 5
3 SK Warne Aus 1996-1999 17 162.5 16 624 32 4/29 19.50 4 0 4
4 Shahid Afridi Pak 1999-2015 27 184.0 7 831 30 5/16 27.70 2 2 4
5 M Muralitharan Srl 1996-2011 40 343.3 15 1335 68 4/19 19.63 4 0 4
6 Mohammed Shami Ind 2015-2019 9 77.1 8 350 25 4/16 14.00 3 0 3
7 MG Johnson Aus 2011-2015 15 121.0 9 557 25 4/19 22.28 3 0 3
8 Abdul Qadir Pak 1983-1987 13 135.4 8 506 24 5/44 21.08 2 1 3
9 B Lee Aus 2003-2011 17 137.3 15 629 35 5/42 17.97 2 1 3
10 TA Boult NZl 2015-2019 15 144.0 15 634 31 5/27 20.45 2 1 3
11 SL Malinga Srl 2007-2019 27* 207.2 9 1127 52 6/38 21.67 2 1 3
12 Wasim Akram Pak 1987-2003 38 324.3 17 1311 55 5/28 23.83 2 1 3

Mohd Shami became the sixth bowler in the history of World Cup to capture exact four  wicket hauls on three or more occasions. The following table lists all the six bowlers

No Player Team Span Mat Overs M Runs W BBI Ave 4
1 Imran Tahir RSA 2011-2019 20 172.5 7 752 39 5/45 19.28 4
2 SK Warne Aus 1996-1999 17 162.5 16 624 32 4/29 19.50 4
3 M Muralitharan Srl 1996-2011 40 343.3 15 1335 68 4/19 19.63 4
4 MA Starc Aus 2015-2019 15 128.3 7 571 41 6/28 13.92 3
5 Mohammed Shami Ind 2015-2019 9 77.1 8 350 25 4/16 14.00 3
6 MG Johnson Aus 2011-2015 15 121.0 9 557 25 4/19 22.28 3

ICC World Cup 2019 – Match No 33 – Stats highlights

Match No 33 – New Zealand Vs Pakistan at Birmingham on 26 Jun 2019 – Pakistan won by six wickets

JDS Neesham of New Zealand scored 97 not out in this game to provide the 62nd occasion of a batsman scoring a ninety in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the fourth occasion of a New Zealand batsman scoring a ninety in an innings in the World Cup.

JDS Neesham’s 97 not out in this game was in a losing cause to provide the 20th occasion of a batsman’s a ninety in an innings going in vain in the World Cup. It also provides the third occasion of a New Zealand batsman’s ninety in an innings going in vain in the World Cup.

JDS Neesham and C de Grandhomme added 132 runs for the sixth wicket in this game to provide the 292nd occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 31st occasion of New Zealand batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup.

JDS Neesham and C de Grandhomme added 132 runs for the sixth wicket in this game to provide the seventh occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings for the sixth wicket in the World Cup. It also provides the first occasion of New Zealand batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings for the sixth wicket in the World Cup.

JDS Neesham and C de Grandhomme added 132 runs for the sixth wicket in this game to provide the record partnership in an innings for the sixth wicket in the World Cup by New Zealand batsmen. The  previous best was 91  rund partnership between KS Williamson and C de Grandhomme against South Africa at Birmingham on 19.06.19

C de Grandhomme was dismissed run out for 64 in this game to provide the 70th occasion of a batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 12th occasion of a New Zealand batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup.

Babar Azam and Harris Sohail added 126 runs for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the 292nd occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 31st occasion of Pakistan batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup.

Babar Azam and Harris Sohail added 126 runs for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the 42nd occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings for the fourth wicket in the World Cup. It also provides the sixth occasion of Pakistan batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings for the fourth wicket in the World Cup.

Harris Sohail was dismissed run out for 68 in this game to provide the 71st occasion of a batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the eighth occasion of a Pakistan batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player MoD Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Javed Miandad Run out 67 1 v England Manchester 18 Jun 1983
2 Inzamam-ul-Haq Run out 60 2 v New Zealand Auckland 21 Mar 1992
3 Saeed Anwar Run out 62 1 v New Zealand Lahore 06 Mar 1996
4 Inzamam-ul-Haq Run out 81 1 v Australia Leeds 23 May 1999
5 Ijaz Ahmed Run out 51 1 v New Zealand Derby 28 May 1999
6 Moin Khan Run out 63 1 v South Africa Nottingham 05 Jun 1999
7 Ahmed Shehzad Run out 93 1 v U.A.E. Napier 04 Mar 2015
8 Haris Sohail Run out 68 2 v New Zealand Birmingham 26 Jun 2019

It also provides the fourth occasion of a Pakistan batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in an innings against New Zealand in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player MoD Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Inzamam-ul-Haq Run out 60 2 v New Zealand Auckland 21 Mar 1992
2 Saeed Anwar Run out 62 1 v New Zealand Lahore 06 Mar 1996
  Ijaz Ahmed Run out 51 1 v New Zealand Derby 28 May 1999
4 Haris Sohail Run out 68 2 v New Zealand Birmingham 26 Jun 2019

JDS Neesham-C de Grandhomme added 132 runs for the sixth wicket in New Zealand’s innings and Babar Azam-Harris Sohail added 126 runs for the fourth wicket in Pakistan’s innings in this game to provide 38th occasion of rival teams posting three figure partnerships in a World Cup game

C de Grandhomme was dismissed run out for 64 in New Zealand’s innings and Harris Sohail was dismissed run out for 68 in Pakistan’s in this game to provide the fifth occasion of rival batsmen dismissed run out in a World Cup game. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 KR Rutherford 57 1 NZl Aus Auckland 22 Feb 1992
2 DC Boon 100 2 Aus NZl Auckland 22 Feb 1992
               
1 MD Crowe 91 1 NZl Pak Auckland 21 Mar 1992
2 Inzamam-ul-Haq 60 2 Pak NZl Auckland 21 Mar 1992
               
1 SC Ganguly 97 1 Ind RSA Hove 15 May 1999
2 JH Kallis 96 2 RSA Ind Hove 15 May 1999
               
1 MJ Clarke 92 1 Aus RSA Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
2 AB de Villiers 92 2 RSA Aus Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
               
1 C de Grandhomme 64 1 NZl Pak Birmingham 26 Jun 2019
2 Haris Sohail 68 2 Pak NZl Birmingham 26 Jun 2019

C de Grandhomme was dismissed run out for 64 in New Zealand’s innings and Harris Sohail was dismissed run out for 68 in Pakistan’s in this game to provide the second occasion of rival batsmen dismissed run out in a World Cup game between Pakistan and New Zealand. Both the occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 MD Crowe 91 1 NZl Pak Auckland 21 Mar 1992
2 Inzamam-ul-Haq 60 2 Pak NZl Auckland 21 Mar 1992
               
1 C de Grandhomme 64 1 NZl Pak Birmingham 26 Jun 2019
2 Haris Sohail 68 2 Pak NZl Birmingham 26 Jun 2019

ICC World Cup 2019 – Match No 32 – Stats highlights

Match No 32 – Australia Vs England at Lord’s on 25 Jun 2019 – Australia won by 64 runs

AJ Finch scored 100 in this game to provide the 183rd occasion of a batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 30th occasion of an Australian batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup.

AJ Finch scored 100 in this game to provide the 30th occasion of a captain scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the seventh occasion of an Australian captain scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup.

AJ Finch became the second captain to score a century in an innings at Lord’s  in the World Cup after CH Lloyd.  CH Lloyd had scored 102 against Australia at Lord’s on 21.06.75

The following table lists the six batsmen who have scored a century in an innings at Lord’s in the World Cup. The list include AJ Finch who has scored 100 in this game

No Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 DL Amiss 137 1 Eng Ind Lord’s 07 Jun 1975
2 CH Lloyd 102 1 Win Aus Lord’s 21 Jun 1975
3 IVA Richards 138* 1 Win Eng Lord’s 23 Jun 1979
4 ME Waugh 104 1 Aus Zim Lord’s 09 Jun 1999
5 NC Johnson 132* 2 Zim Aus Lord’s 09 Jun 1999
6 AJ Finch 100 1 Aus Eng Lord’s 25 Jun 2019

AJ Finch became the second Australian batsman to score a century in an innings at Lord’s after ME Waugh. ME Waugh had scored 104 against Zimbabwe  on 09.06.99

No Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 ME Waugh 104 1 Aus Zim Lord’s 09 Jun 1999
2 AJ Finch 100 1 Aus Eng Lord’s 25 Jun 2019

AJ Finch {100} and DA Warner {53} scored fifties in this game to provide the 53rd occasion of both the openers scoring fifties in an innings in a World Cup game. It also provides the ninth occasion of both the Australian openers scoring fifties in an innings in a World Cup game.

AJ Finch {100} and DA Warner {53} scored century and half  century in this game to provide the 20th occasion of one of the openers scoring century  and another half century  in an innings in a World Cup game. It also provides the fifth occasion of both the Australian openers performing such a feat in an innings in a World Cup game.

AJ Finch scored 100 in this game to provide the 12th occasion of a batsman scoring exact 100 in an innings in a World Cup game, AJ Finch became the second Australian batsman to score exact 100 in an innings in a World Cup game. His feat provides the third such occasion with DC Boon scoring exact 100 in an innings on two occasions. DC Boon scored 100 against New Zealand at Auckland on 22.02.92 and against West Indies at Melbourne on 18.03.92

It also provides the fifth occasion of an opening batsman scoring exact 100 in an innings in a World Cup game. AJ Finch became the second Australian opening batsman to score exact 100 in an innings in a World Cup game. His feat provides the third such occasion with DC Boon scoring exact 100 in an innings on two occasions. DC Boon scored 100 against New Zealand at Auckland on 22.02.92 and against West Indies at Melbourne on 18.03.92

AJ Finch’s 100 provide the eighth occasion of a batsman dismissed after scoring a 100 in an innings in a World Cup game. It also provides the fourth occasion of an opening batsman dismissed after scoring a 100 in an innings in the World Cup

AJ Finch-DA Warner added 123 runs for the first wicket  in this game to provide the 291st occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides 47th occasion of Australian  batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup

AJ Finch-DA Warner added 123 runs for the first wicket  in this game to provide the 72nd occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings  for the first wicket in the World Cup. It also provides 15th  occasion of Australian  batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings for the first wicket in the World Cup

AJ Finch-DA Warner added 123 runs for the first wicket  in this game to provide the fifth occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership of 123 – “one-two-three” in an innings in the World Cup

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 FM Engineer, SM Gavaskar 1 123* 2 Ind EAF Leeds 11 Jun 1975
2 GA Gooch, RT Robinson 1 123 2 Eng Srl Pune 30 Oct 1987
3 Javed Miandad, Rameez Raja 3 123* 1 Pak Win Melbourne 23 Feb 1992
4 N Hussain, GP Thorpe 3 123 2 Eng Zim Nottingham 25 May 1999
5 AJ Finch, DA Warner 1 123 1 Aus Eng Lord’s 25 Jun 2019

AJ Finch-DA Warner added 123 runs for the first wicket  in this game to provide the third occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership of 123 – “one-two-three” in an innings  for the first wicket in the World Cup

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 FM Engineer, SM Gavaskar 1 123* 2 Ind EAF Leeds 11 Jun 1975
2 GA Gooch, RT Robinson 1 123 2 Eng Srl Pune 30 Oct 1987
3 AJ Finch, DA Warner 1 123 1 Aus Eng Lord’s 25 Jun 2019

AJ Finch’s 100 in this innings was his third century in the World Cup. He became the fifth Australian batsman to score three or more centuries in the World Cup. Others are – RT Ponting {05}, ME Waugh {04}, ML Hayden {03} and DA Warner {03}

AJ Finch’s 100 in this innings was his third century as an opening batsman in the World Cup. He became the fifth Australian batsman to score three or more centuries in the World Cup. Others are – RT Ponting {05}, ME Waugh {04}, ML Hayden {03} and DA Warner {03}

JP Behrendroff {5 for 44}         and MA Starc {4 for 43} captured  four  plus  wickets in this game to provide the  207th and 208th occasion of bowlers capturing four plus wickets  in an innings  in the World Cup. It also provides the 35th and 36th  occasion of Australian bowlers capturing four plus wickets in an innings in the World Cup.

JP Behrendroff {5 for 44}         five wickets in this game to provide the 59th occasion of bowlers capturing four plus wickets  in an innings  in the World Cup. It also provides the 15th occasion of Australian bowlers capturing five wickets in an innings in the World Cup.

MA Starc {4 for 43} captured four wickets in this game to provide the 149th occasion of bowlers capturing exact four wickets  in an innings  in the World Cup. It also provides the 21st occasion of Australian bowlers capturing exact four wickets in an innings in the World Cup.

JP Behrendroff {5 for 44}         and MA Starc {4 for 43} captured  four  plus  wickets in this game to provide the 12th occasion of two bowlers capturing four plus wickets in an innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Bowlers O M R W Team Opp Ground Date
1 RGD Willis 10.3 3 11 4 Eng Can Manchester 13 Jun 1979
  CM Old 10.0 5 8 4 Eng Can Manchester 13 Jun 1979
                   
2 GR Dilley 11.0 0 45 4 Eng Srl Taunton 11 Jun 1983
  VJ Marks 12.0 3 39 5 Eng Srl Taunton 11 Jun 1983
                   
3 S Madan Lal 8.2 3 20 4 Ind Aus Chelmsford 20 Jun 1983
  RMH Binny 8.0 2 29 4 Ind Aus Chelmsford 20 Jun 1983
                   
4 SM Pollock 9.2 1 36 5 RSA Aus Birmingham 17 Jun 1999
  AA Donald 10.0 1 32 4 RSA Aus Birmingham 17 Jun 1999
                   
5 J Srinath 9.1 1 30 4 Ind Net Paarl 12 Feb 2003
  A Kumble 10.0 1 32 4 Ind Net Paarl 12 Feb 2003
                   
6 Wasim Akram 9.0 1 28 5 Pak Nam Kimberley 16 Feb 2003
  Shoaib Akhtar 8.0 1 46 4 Pak Nam Kimberley 16 Feb 2003
                   
7 JF Kloppenburg 10.0 0 42 4 Net Nam Bloemfontein 03 Mar 2003
  Adeel Raja 8.5 0 42 4 Net Nam Bloemfontein 03 Mar 2003
                   
8 J Srinath 9.0 1 35 4 Ind Srl Johannesburg 10 Mar 2003
  A Nehra 7.0 1 35 4 Ind Srl Johannesburg 10 Mar 2003
                   
9 MF Maharoof 10.0 3 25 4 Srl Ire St George’s 18 Apr 2007
  M Muralitharan 5.0 0 19 4 Srl Ire St George’s 18 Apr 2007
                   
10 Mohd Irfan 10.0 2 30 4 Pak Zim Brisbane 01 Mar 2015
  Wahab Riaz 9.4 1 45 4 Pak Zim Brisbane 01 Mar 2015
                   
11 LH Ferguson 9,1 3 37 4 NZl Afg Taunton 08 Jun 2019
  J Neesham 10.0 1 35 5 NZl Afg Taunton 08 Jun 2019
                   
12 J Behrendroff 10.0 0 44 5 Aus Eng Lord’s 25 Jun 2019
  MA Starc 8.1. 1 43 4 Aus Eng Lord’s 25 Jun 2019

JP Behrendroff {5 for 44}         and MA Starc {4 for 43} captured five and four  plus  wickets  respectively in this game to provide the fifth occasion of one bowler capturing five wickets and another four wickets in an innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Bowlers O M R W Team Opp Ground Date
1 GR Dilley 11.0 0 45 4 Eng Srl Taunton 11 Jun 1983
  VJ Marks 12.0 3 39 5 Eng Srl Taunton 11 Jun 1983
                   
2 SM Pollock 9.2 1 36 5 RSA Aus Birmingham 17 Jun 1999
  AA Donald 10.0 1 32 4 RSA Aus Birmingham 17 Jun 1999
                   
3 Wasim Akram 9.0 1 28 5 Pak Nam Kimberley 16 Feb 2003
  Shoaib Akhtar 8.0 1 46 4 Pak Nam Kimberley 16 Feb 2003
                   
4 LH Ferguson 9,1 3 37 4 NZl Afg Taunton 08 Jun 2019
  J Neesham 10.0 1 35 5 NZl Afg Taunton 08 Jun 2019
                   
5 JP Behrendroff 10.0 0 44 5 Aus Eng Lord’s 25 Jun 2019
  MA Starc 8.1. 1 43 4 Aus Eng Lord’s 25 Jun 2019

JP Beherendroff {5 for 44} and MA Starc {4 for 43} captured  four  plus  wickets in this game to provide the second occasion of two left bowlers capturing four plus wickets in an innings in the World Cup. Both such occasions are tabulated below

No Bowlers O M R W Team Opp Ground Date
1 Mohd Irfan 10.0 2 30 4 Pak Zim Brisbane 01 Mar 2015
  Wahab Riaz 9.4 1 45 4 Pak Zim Brisbane 01 Mar 2015
                   
2 JP Behrendroff 10.0 0 44 5 Aus Eng Lord’s 25 Jun 2019
  MA Starc 8.1. 1 43 4 Aus Eng Lord’s 25 Jun 2019

JP Beherendoff {5 for 44}         and MA Starc {4 for 43} captured five and four  plus  wickets  respectively in this game to provide the fifth occasion of one left arm bowler capturing five wickets and another left arm bowler four wickets in an innings in the World Cup.

No Bowlers O M R W Team Opp Ground Date
1 JP Behrendroff 10.0 0 44 5 Aus Eng Lord’s 25 Jun 2019
  MA Starc 8.1. 1 43 4 Aus Eng Lord’s 25 Jun 2019

MA Starc’s four for 43 represent his fifth four wicket haul in the World Cup and he shares the record for most four  wicket hauls in the World Cup with Imran Tahir of South Africa. The following table lists the performance of these two bowlers

No Bowler Team O M R W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 MA Starc Aus 9.0 0 28 6 2 v New Zealand Auckland 28 Feb 2015
2 MA Starc Aus 4.4 1 14 4 1 v Scotland Hobart 14 Mar 2015
3 MA Starc Aus 10.0 1 46 5 2 v West Indies Nottingham 06 Jun 2019
4 MA Starc Aus 10.0 0 55 4 2 v Sri Lanka The Oval 15 Jun 2019
5 MA Starc Aus 8.4 1 43 4 2 v England Lord’s 25 Jun 2019
                     
No Bowler Team O M R W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Imran Tahir RSA 10.0 1 41 4 1 v West Indies Delhi 24 Feb 2011
2 Imran Tahir RSA 8.4 1 38 4 1 v England Chennai 06 Mar 2011
3 Imran Tahir RSA 10.0 2 45 5 2 v West Indies Sydney 27 Feb 2015
4 Imran Tahir RSA 8.2 0 26 4 1 v Sri Lanka Sydney 18 Mar 2015
5 Imran Tahir RSA 7.0 0 29 4 1 v Afghanistan Cardiff 15 Jun 2019

JP Behrendorff’s 5 for 44 in this game provides the 13th occasion of a left arm bowler capturing five or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 GJ Gilmour 12.0 6 14 6 1 Aus Eng Leeds 18 Jun 1975
2 GJ Gilmour 12.0 2 48 5 1 Aus Win Lord’s 21 Jun 1975
3 WPUJC Vaas 9.1 2 25 6 1 Srl Ban Pietermaritzburg 14 Feb 2003
4 Wasim Akram 9.0 1 28 5 2 Pak Nam Kimberley 16 Feb 2003
5 A Nehra 10.0 2 23 6 2 Ind Eng Durban 26 Feb 2003
6 Yuvraj Singh 10.0 0 31 5 1 Ind Ire Bengaluru 6 Mar 2011
7 Wahab Riaz 10.0 0 46 5 1 Pak Ind Mohali 30 Mar 2011
8 TA Boult 10.0 3 27 5 1 NZl Aus Auckland 28 Feb 2015
9 MA Starc 9.0 0 28 6 2 Aus NZl Auckland 28 Feb 2015
10 MA Starc 10.0 1 46 5 2 Aus Win Nottingham 6 Jun 2019
11 Mohammad Amir 10.0 2 30 5 1 Pak Aus Taunton 12 Jun 2019
12 Shakib Al Hasan 10.0 1 29 5 2 Ban Afg Southampton 24 Jun 2019
13 JP Behrendorff 10.0 0 44 5 2 Aus Eng Lord’s 25 Jun 2019

JP Behrendorff’s  5 for 44 in this game provides the fifth occasion of an Australian left arm bowler capturing five or more wickets in an  innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 GJ Gilmour 12.0 6 14 6 1 Aus Eng Leeds 18 Jun 1975
2 GJ Gilmour 12.0 2 48 5 1 Aus Win Lord’s 21 Jun 1975
3 MA Starc 9.0 0 28 6 2 Aus NZl Auckland 28 Feb 2015
4 MA Starc 10.0 1 46 5 2 Aus Win Nottingham 6 Jun 2019
5 JP Behrendorff 10.0 0 44 5 2 Aus Eng Lord’s 25 Jun 2019

JP Behrendorff’s  5 for 44 in this game provides the third occasion of a left arm bowler capturing five or more wickets in an  innings in the World Cup against England. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 GJ Gilmour 12.0 6 14 6 1 Aus Eng Leeds 18 Jun 1975
2 A Nehra 10.0 2 23 6 2 Ind Eng Durban 26 Feb 2003
3 JP Behrendorff 10.0 0 44 5 2 Aus Eng Lord’s 25 Jun 2019

JP Behrendorff’s 5 for 44 in this game provides the second occasion of a left arm bowler capturing five or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup at Lord’s. Both the occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 GJ Gilmour 12.0 2 48 5 1 Aus Win Lord’s 21 Jun 1975
2 JP Behrendorff 10.0 0 44 5 2 Aus Eng Lord’s 25 Jun 2019

ICC World Cup 2019 – Match No 31 – Stats highlights

Match No 31 Afghanistan Vs Bangladesh at Southampton on 24 Jun 2019 – Bangladesh won by 62 runs

Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh scored 51 and captured 5 for 29 in this game to become the ninth cricketer to score a fifty and capture four or more wickets in a World Cup game. The following table lists the performance of these nine cricketers

No Player Score W-R Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 DAG Fletcher 69* 4-42 Zim Aus Nottingham 09 Jun 1983
2 IT Botham 53 4-31 Eng Aus Sydney 05 Mar 1992
3 NC Johnson 59 4-42 Zim Ken Taunton 15 May 1999
4 MO Odumbe 52* 4-38 Ken Ban Johannesburg 01 Mar 2003
5 JF Kloppenburg 121 4-42 Net Nam Bloemfontein 03 Mar 2003
6 Yuvraj Singh 50* 5-31 Ind Ire Bengaluru 06 Mar 2011
7 TM Dilshan 144 4-04 Srl Zim Pallekele 10 Mar 2011
8 Wahab Riaz 54* 4-45 Pak Zim Brisbane 01 Mar 2015
9 Shakib Al Hasan 51 5-29 Ban Afg Southampton 24 Jun 2019

Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh scored 51 and captured 5 for 29 in this game to become the second cricketer to score a fifty and capture five wickets in a World Cup game. The following table lists the performance of these two cricketers. Yuvraj Singh of India is the other cricketer to perform such a feat

No Player Score W-R Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 Yuvraj Singh 50* 5-31 Ind Ire Bengaluru 06 Mar 2011
2 Shakib Al Hasan 51 5-29 Ban Afg Southampton 24 Jun 2019

Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh captured 5 for 29 in this game to provide the 58th occasion of a bowler capturing five or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the first occasion of a Bangladesh bowler capturing five or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup

Shakib Al Hasan completed 1000 runs when he was on 35 during his knock of 51 in this game. His aggregate runs in the World Cup read 1016 at the end of this game. He became the 18th batsman in the history of the World Cup to total 1000 runs. The following table lists the entire batsman who has completed 1000 runs in the World Cup.He also became the first Bangaldesh batsman to achieve the feat

No Player Team Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0
1 SR Tendulkar Ind 1992-2011 45 44 4 2278 152 56.95 6 15 2
2 RT Ponting Aus 1996-2011 46 42 4 1743 140* 45.86 5 6 1
3 KC Sangakkara Srl 2003-2015 37 35 8 1532 124 56.74 5 7 1
4 BC Lara Win 1992-2007 34 33 4 1225 116 42.24 2 7 1
5 AB de Villiers  RSA 2007-2015 23 22 3 1207 162* 63.52 4 6 4
6 ST Jayasuriya Srl 1992-2007 38 37 3 1165 120 34.26 3 6 0
7 JH Kallis RSA 1996-2011 36 32 7 1148 128* 45.92 1 9 2
8 CH Gayle Win 2003-2019 32 31 1 1138 215 37.93 2 6 2
9 TM Dilshan Srl 2007-2015 27 25 4 1112 161* 52.95 4 4 2
10 M Jayawardene Srl 1999-2015 40 34 3 1100 115* 35.48 4 5 3
11 AC Gilchrist Aus 1999-2007 31 31 1 1085 149 36.16 1 8 1
12 Javed Miandad Pak 1975-1996 33 30 5 1083 103 43.32 1 8 2
13 SP Fleming NZl 1996-2007 33 33 3 1075 134* 35.83 2 5 2
14 HH Gibbs RSA 1999-2007 25 23 4 1067 143 56.15 2 8 1
15 PA de Silva Srl 1987-2003 35 32 3 1064 145 36.68 2 6 2
16 Shakib Al Hasan Ban 2007-2019 27 27 4 1016 124* 44.17 2 8 1
17 IVA Richards Win 1975-1987 23 21 5 1013 181 63.31 3 5 0
18 SC Ganguly Ind 1999-2007 21 21 3 1006 183 55.88 4 3 1

Shakib Al Hasan’s 51 in this game provides his tenth fifty in the World Cup. All his fifties are tabulated below. He became the seventh batsman in the history of the World Cup to score ten or more fifties. Others are SR Tendulkar {21}, KC Sangakkara {12}, RT Ponting {11}, AB de Villiiers {10}, JH Kallis {10} and HH Gibbs {10}

No Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 53 2 v India Port of Spain 17 Mar 2007
2 57* 1 v England Bridgetown 11 Apr 2007
3 55 2 v India Dhaka 19 Feb 2011
4 63 1 v Afghanistan Canberra 18 Feb 2015
5 52* 2 v Scotland Nelson 05 Mar 2015
6 75 1 v South Africa The Oval 02 Jun 2019
7 64 1 v New Zealand The Oval 05 Jun 2019
8 121 2 v England Cardiff 08 Jun 2019
9 124* 2 v West Indies Taunton 17 Jun 2019
10 51 1 v Afghanistan Southampton 24 Jun 2019

ICC World Cup 2019 – Match No 30 – Stats highlights

Match No 30 – Pakistan Vs South Africa at Lord’s on 23 Jun 2019 – Pakistan won by 49 runs

Pakistan posted a total of 308 for 7 in this game to provide the 106th occasion of a team posting a total of 300 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the seventh occasion of Pakistan posting a total of 300 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup.

Pakistan posted a total of 308 for 7 in this game to provide the fifth occasion of a team posting a total of 300 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup against South Africa. All such occasions are tabulated below It also provides the first occasion of Pakistan posting a total of 300 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup against South Africa

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Australia 377/6 50.0 1 v South Africa Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
2 India 307/7 50.0 1 v South Africa Melbourne 22 Feb 2015
3 England 311/8 50.0 1 v South Africa The Oval 30 May 2019
4 Bangladesh 330/6 50.0 1 v South Africa The Oval 02 Jun 2019
5 Pakistan 308/7 50.0 1 v South Africa Lord’s 23 Jun 2019

Babar Azam {69} and Harris Sohail {89} scored fifties in this game to provide the 100th and 101st occasion of Pakistan batsman scoring fifties in an innings in the World Cup.

Babar Azam and Haris Sohail registered their second fifties in the World Cup. Both the batsmen posted their highest scores in the World Cup. The following table lists the fifties scored by these two batsmen in the World Cup

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Babar Azam 63 1 v England Nottingham 03 Jun 2019
2 Babar Azam 69 1 v South Africa Lord’s 23 Jun 2019
             
1 Haris Sohail 70 1 v UAE Napier 04 Mar 2015
2 Haris Sohail 89 1 v South Africa Lord’s 23 Jun 2019

F du Plessis scored 63 in this game to provide the 173rd occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 16th occasion of South African captain scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup.

F du Plessis scored 63 in this game to provide the 60th occasion of a captain’s fifty in an innings going in vain in the World Cup. It also provides the sixth occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in an innings going in vain in the World Cup.

The result summary of both the teams in the World Ciup as at the end of the game is tabulated below. Pakistan has won 43 games and South Africa has suffered its 23rd loss

Team Span Mat Won Lost Tied NR
Pakistan 1975-2019 76 42 32 0 2
South Africa 1992-2019 62 36 23 2 1

ICC World Cup 2019 – Match No 29 – Stats highlights

Match No 29 – New Zealand Vs West Indies at Manchester on 22 Jun 2019 – New Zealand won by five runs

MJ Guptill and C Munro were dismissed for ducks in this game to provide the sixth occasion of both the openers dismissed for ducks in an innings in the World Cup.

MJ Guptill was dismissed by the first ball of the innings to provide the eleventh occasion of a batsman dismissed by the first ball of the match in an innings in the World Cup

MJ Guptill became the first batsman in the history of the World Cup to be dismissed by the first ball of the match on two occasions. Prior to this game, he was dismissed by the first ball of the match against Afghanistan at Taunton on 08.06.19

MJ Guptill became the third opening batsman in the history of the World Cup to collect the first ball duck on two occasions after RS Kaluwitharna of Sri Lanka and JM Bairstow of England

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 JM Bairstow 0 1 1 Eng RSA The Oval 30 May 2019
2 JM Bairstow 0 1 2 Eng Srl Leeds 21 Jun 2019
                 
1 RS Kaluwitharana 0 1 2 Srl Zim Colombo (SSC) 21 Feb 1996
2 RS Kaluwitharana 0 1 1 Srl Ind Kolkata 13 Mar 1996
                 
1 MJ Guptill 0 1 1 NZl  Afg Taunton 08 Jun 2019
2 MJ Guptill 0 1 1 NZl  Win Manchester 22 Jun 2019

S Cottrell captured four for 56 in this game to provide the 204th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 21st occasion of a West Indies bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup.

KS Williamson scored 148 in this game to provide the 181st occasion of a batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 17th occasion of a New Zealand batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup.

KS Williamson scored 148 in this game to provide the second occasion of his scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup. He had scored 106 not out against South Africa at Manchester on 19.06.19. He became the fifth New Zealand batsman to score centuries on two occasions in the World Cup. The following table lists the performance of these five batsmen.

No No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 1 NJ Astle 101 1 v England Ahmedabad 14 Feb 1996
  2 NJ Astle 102* 2 v Zimbabwe Bloemfontein 08 Mar 2003
               
2 1 SP Fleming 134* 2 v South Africa Johannesburg 16 Feb 2003
  2 SP Fleming 102* 2 v Bangladesh North Sound 02 Apr 2007
               
3 1 MJ Guptill 105 2 v Bangladesh Hamilton 13 Mar 2015
  2 MJ Guptill 237* 1 v West Indies Wellington 21 Mar 2015
               
4 1 GM Turner 171* 1 v East Africa Birmingham 07 Jun 1975
  2 GM Turner 114* 2 v India Manchester 14 Jun 1975
               
5 1 KS Williamson 106* 2 v South Africa Birmingham 19 Jun 2019
  2 KS Williamson 148 1 v West Indies Manchester 22 Jun 2019

KS Williamson scored 148 in this game to provide the 29th occasion of a captain scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the seventh occasion of a New Zealand captain scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup.

KS Williamson scored 148 in this game to provide the second occasion of his scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup as New Zealand captain . He had scored 106 not out against South Africa at Manchester on 19.06.19. He became the third New Zealand captain to score centuries on two occasions in the World Cup. The following table lists the performance of these three captains.

No No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 1 SP Fleming 134* 2 v South Africa Johannesburg 16 Feb 2003
  2 SP Fleming 102* 2 v Bangladesh North Sound 02 Apr 2007
               
2 1 GM Turner 171* 1 v East Africa Birmingham 07 Jun 1975
  2 GM Turner 114* 2 v India Manchester 14 Jun 1975
               
3 1 KS Williamson 106* 2 v South Africa Birmingham 19 Jun 2019
  2 KS Williamson 148 1 v West Indies Manchester 22 Jun 2019

KS Williamson and LRPL Taylor added 160 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 289th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 30th occasion of New Zealand batsmen posting a three figure partnership  in an innings in the World Cup

KS Williamson and LRPL Taylor added 160 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 72nd occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup for the third  wicket.  It also provides the ninth occasion of New Zealand batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup for the third wicket

KS Williamson and LRPL Taylor added 160 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the record partnership in an innings in the World Cup for the third wicket by New Zealand batsmen. The previous best was the 149 runs partnership between GM Turner and JM Parker against East Africa at Birmingham on 07.06.75 

CH Gayle’s 87 in this  game provides his  eighth fifty in the World Cup. All his fifties are tabulated below. He became the  fourth West Indies batsman to score eight or  more fifties in the World Cup. Others are – BC Lara {09}, S Chanderpaul {08} and IVA Richards {08}

No Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 55 2 v Sri Lanka Cape Town 28 Feb 2003
2 119 1 v Kenya Kimberley 04 Mar 2003
3 79 1 v England Bridgetown 21 Apr 2007
4 80 1 v Netherlands Delhi 28 Feb 2011
5 215 1 v Zimbabwe Canberra 24 Feb 2015
6 61 2 v New Zealand Wellington 21 Mar 2015
7 50 2 v Pakistan Nottingham 31 May 2019
8 87 2 v New Zealand Manchester 22 Jun 2019

CH Gayle and SO Hetmyer added 122 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 290th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 28th occasion of West Indies batmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup.

CH Gayle and SO Hetmyer added 122 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 73rd occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup for the third wicket. It also provides the seventh occasion of West Indies batmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup for the third wicket

JO Holder was dismissed for a first ball duck in this game to provide the 15th occasion of a captain collecting a first ball duck in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the second occasion of a West Indies captain collecting a first ball duck in an innings in the World Cup. CL Hooper was the other West Indies captain to suffer such an ignominy when he was dismissed first ball for a duck against Sri Lanka at Cape Town on 28.02.2003

JO Holder was dismissed for a first ball duck in this game to provide the 45th occasion of a captain collecting a   duck in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the third occasion of a West Indies captain collecting a duck in an innings in the World Cup. The following table lists the three captains

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 CL Hooper 0 2 v Sri Lanka Cape Town 28 Feb 2003
2 DJG Sammy 0 1 v South Africa Delhi 24 Feb 2011
3 JO Holder 0 2 v New Zealand Manchester 22 Jun 2019

CR Brathwaite scored 101 in this game to provide the 182nd occasion of a batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 13th occasion of a West Indies batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup.

TA Boult captured four for 30 in this game to provide the 205th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 19th occasion of a New Zealand bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup.

TA Boult captured four for 30 in this game to provide the third occasion of his capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup. He now owns the record for most four plus wicket hauls by a New Zealand bowler in the World Cup, He went past GI Allott, JDP Oram and DL Vettori who had captured four plus wickets on two occasions in the World Cup. The following table lists the performance of these four bowlers.

No Player O M R W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 GI Allott 10.0 0 37 4 1 v Australia Cardiff 20 May 1999
2 GI Allott 10.0 0 64 4 1 v Pakistan Derby 28 May 1999
                   
1 TA Boult 10.0 3 27 5 1 v Australia Auckland 28 Feb 2015
2 TA Boult 10.0 3 44 4 2 v West Indies Wellington 21 Mar 2015
3 TA Boult 10.0 1 30 4 2 v West Indies Manchester 22 Jun 2019
                   
1 JDP Oram 10.0 1 52 4 1 v Canada Benoni 03 Mar 2003
2 JDP Oram 9.0 1 39 4 2 v South Africa Dhaka 25 Mar 2011
                   
1 DL Vettori 8.4 1 23 4 2 v Ireland Providence 09 Apr 2007
2 DL Vettori 10.0 4 18 4 1 v Afghanistan Napier 08 Mar 2015

CR Brathwaite scored 101 in this game to provide the 36th occasion of a batsmans’ century in an innings in a losing cause in the World Cup. It also provides the second occasion of a West Indies batsman’s  century in a losing cause in the World Cup. Prior to this LMP Simmons’ 102 against Ireland at Nelson 16.01.15 was in a losing cause.

S Cottrell captured four for 56 in this game to provide the 40th occasion of a bowler’s four or more wickets in an innings going in vain in the World Cup. It also provides the fourth occasion of a West Indies bowler’s four or more wickets in an innings going in vain in the World Cup. All the four occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 CA Walsh 10.0 1 40 4 2 v Pakistan Lahore 16 Oct 1987
2 AD Russell 8.0 0 49 4 1 v England Chennai 17 Mar 2011
3 R Rampaul 10.0 0 51 5 1 v India Chennai 20 Mar 2011
4 SS Cottrell 10.0 1 56 4 1 v New Zealand Manchester 22 Jun 2019

ICC World Cup 2019 – Match No 28 – Stats highlights

Match No 28 – Afghanistan Vs India at Southampton on 22 Jun 2019 – India won by 11 runs

V Kohli {67} and K Jadhav {53} scored fifties in this game to provide the 118th and 119th  occasion of Indian batsman scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup. V Kohli’s 67 in this game provides the 18th occasion of an Indian captain scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup. KM Jadhav registered his first score of fifty plus runs in the World Cup

V Kohli’s 67 in this game represent his third fifty plus score in an innings in the World Cup while leading India. He became the fourth Indian captain to score three or more fifties in an innings in the World Cup. The following table lists the performance of these four captains

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 M Azharuddin 93 2 v Australia Brisbane 01 Mar 1992
2 M Azharuddin 61 1 v West Indies Wellington 10 Mar 1992
3 M Azharuddin 55 1 v New Zealand Dunedin 12 Mar 1992
4 M Azharuddin 79 1 v South Africa Adelaide 15 Mar 1992
5 M Azharuddin 72* 1 v Sri Lanka Delhi 02 Mar 1996
6 M Azharuddin 59 1 v Pakistan Manchester 08 Jun 1999
             
1 SC Ganguly 112* 1 v Namibia Pietermaritzburg 23 Feb 2003
2 SC Ganguly 107* 2 v Kenya Cape Town 07 Mar 2003
3 SC Ganguly 111* 1 v Kenya Durban 20 Mar 2003
             
1 MS Dhoni 91* 2 v Sri Lanka Mumbai 02 Apr 2011
2 MS Dhoni 85* 2 v Zimbabwe Auckland 14 Mar 2015
3 MS Dhoni 65 2 v Australia Sydney 26 Mar 2015
             
1 V Kohli 82 1 v Australia The Oval 09 Jun 2019
2 V Kohli 77 1 v Pakistan Manchester 16 Jun 2019
3 V Kohli 67 1 v Afghanistan Southampton 22 Jun 2019

V Kohli’s 67 in this game represent his third fifty plus score in an innings in the World Cup while leading India. He became the third Indian captain to score three or more fifties in an innings in a single edition of the World Cup. The following table lists the performance of these three captains

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 M Azharuddin 93 2 v Australia Brisbane 01 Mar 1992
2 M Azharuddin 61 1 v West Indies Wellington 10 Mar 1992
3 M Azharuddin 55 1 v New Zealand Dunedin 12 Mar 1992
4 M Azharuddin 79 1 v South Africa Adelaide 15 Mar 1992
             
1 SC Ganguly 112* 1 v Namibia Pietermaritzburg 23 Feb 2003
2 SC Ganguly 107* 2 v Kenya Cape Town 07 Mar 2003
3 SC Ganguly 111* 1 v Kenya Durban 20 Mar 2003
             
1 V Kohli 82 1 v Australia The Oval 09 Jun 2019
2 V Kohli 77 1 v Pakistan Manchester 16 Jun 2019
3 V Kohli 67 1 v Afghanistan Southampton 22 Jun 2019

V Kohli’s 67 in this game represent his sixth fifty in an innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 100* 1 v Bangladesh Dhaka 19 Feb 2011
2 59 1 v West Indies Chennai 20 Mar 2011
3 107 1 v Pakistan Adelaide 15 Feb 2015
4 82 1 v Australia The Oval 09 Jun 2019
5 77 1 v Pakistan Manchester 16 Jun 2019
6 67 1 v Afghanistan Southampton 22 Jun 2019

V Kohli became the eighth Indian batsman to score six or more fifties in an innings in the World Cup. The following table lists all those batsmen who have performed the feat

No Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+
1 SR Tendulkar 1992-2011 45 44 4 2278 152 56.95 6 15 21
2 M Azharuddin 1987-1999 30 25 4 826 93 39.33 0 8 8
3 R Dravid 1999-2007 22 21 7 860 145 61.42 2 6 8
4 Yuvraj Singh 2003-2011 23 21 7 738 113 52.71 1 7 8
5 SC Ganguly 1999-2007 21 21 3 1006 183 55.88 4 3 7
6 V Kohli 2011-2019 21 21 3 831 107 46.16 2 4 6
7 RG Sharma 2015-2019 12 12 2 650 140 65.00 3 3 6
8 NS Sidhu 1987-1996 12 10 0 454 93 45.40 0 6 6

Mohd Shami performed the hat trick in this game to provide the tenth occasion of a bowler performing such a feat in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below.  Mohd Shami became the ninth bowler in perform the hat trick in the World Cup.

No Bowler Team Opp  Ground Date
1 C Sharma Ind NZl Nagpur 31.10.1987
2 Saqlain Mushtaq Pak Zim The Oval 11.06.1999
3 WPUJC Vaas Srl Ban City Oval 14.02.2003
4 B Lee Aus Ken Durban 15.03.2003
5 SL Malinga Srl RSA Providence 28.03.2007
6 KAJ Roach Win Net Delhi 28.02.2011
7 SL Malinga Srl Ken Col-RPS 01.01.2011
8 ST Finn Eng Aus Melbourne 14.02.2015
9 JP Duminy RSA Srl Sydney 18.03.2015
10 Mohammd Shami Ind Afg Southampton 22.06.2019

Mohd Shami performed the hat trick in this game to provide the seconc occasion of an Indian bowler performing such a feat in the World Cup. Both such occasions are tabulated below. C Sharma was the first Indian bowler to perform the feat in the World Cup. He did it against New Zealand at Nagpur on 31.10.87

No Bowler Team Opp  Ground Date
1 C Sharma Ind NZl Nagpur 31.10.1987
2 Mohammd Shami Ind Afg Southampton 22.06.2019

Mohd Shami captured 4 for 40 in this game to provide the 205th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 22nd occasion of an Indian bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup.

Mohd Shami captured 4 for 40 in this game to provide the second occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup. Prior to this he had captured 4 for 35 against Pakistan at Adelaide on 15.02.15, He became the fourth Indian bowler – after J Srinath, UT Yadav and Yuvraj Singh – to capture four or more wickets in an innings on two occasions in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Mohammed Shami 9.0 1 35 4 2 v Pakistan Adelaide 15 Feb 2015
2 Mohammed Shami 9.5 1 40 4 2 v Afghanistan Southampton 22 Jun 2019
                   
1 J Srinath 9.1 1 30 4 2 v Netherlands Paarl 12 Feb 2003
2 J Srinath 9.0 1 35 4 2 v Sri Lanka Johannesburg 10 Mar 2003
                   
1 UT Yadav 9.0 1 31 4 2 v Bangladesh Melbourne 19 Mar 2015
2 UT Yadav 9.0 0 72 4 1 v Australia Sydney 26 Mar 2015
                   
1 Yuvraj Singh 4.3 2 6 4 2 v Namibia Pietermaritzburg 23 Feb 2003
2 Yuvraj Singh 10.0 0 31 5 1 v Ireland Bengaluru 6 Mar 2011
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