ICC World Cup 2019 – Match No 08 – Stats highlights

Match No 08 – India vs South Africa at Southampton on 05.06.19 – India won by four wickets

V Kohli became India’s seventh captain in World Cup when he led India in this game. He also became the 114th captain to lead a team in the World Cup.

JJ Bumrah, YS Chahal, KM Jadhav, Kuldeep Yadav, HH Pandya and KL Rahul making their world cup debut in this game, the  number of cricketers representing India in the World Cup swelled to 82

T Shamshi making his World Cup debut in this game, the number of cricketers representing South Africa in the World Cup swelled to 65

South Africa won the toss and elected to bat in this game to provide the 194th occasion of a team winning the toss and electing to bat first in a World Cup game. It also provides the 12th occasion of a South Africa winning the toss and electing to bat first in a World Cup game.

South Africa won the toss and elected to bat in this game to provide the 27th occasion of a team winning the toss and electing to bat first in a World Cup game against India. It also provides the first occasion of a South Africa winning the toss and electing to bat first in a World Cup game against India

YS Chahal captured four for 51 in this game to provide the 21st occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings on World Cup debut, All such occasions are tabulated below

No Bowlers O M R W Team Opp Ground Date
1 DK Lillee 12.0 2 34 5 Aus Pak Leeds 07 Jun 1975
2 BD Julien 12.0 3 20 4 Win Srl Manchester 07 Jun 1975
3 GJ Gilmour 12.0 6 14 6 Aus Eng Leeds 18 Jun 1975
4 MA Holding 12.0 2 33 4 Win Ind Birmingham 09 Jun 1979
5 DAG Fletcher 11.0 1 42 4 Zim Aus Nottingham 09 Jun 1983
6 Abdul Qadir 12.0 4 21 4 Pak NZl Birmingham 11 Jun 1983
7 WW Davis 10.3 0 51 7 Win Aus Leeds 11 Jun 1983
8 CJ McDermott 10.0 0 56 4 Aus Ind Chennai 09 Oct 1987
9 PA Strang 7.3 1 40 4 Zim Win Hyd-LBS 16 Feb 1996
10 DW Fleming 9.0 0 36 5 Aus Ind Mumbai 27 Feb 1996
11 AD Mullally 10.0 1 37 4 Eng Srl Lord’s 14 May 1999
12 NC Johnson 10.0 0 42 4 Zim Ken Taunton 15 May 1999
13 DS Mohanty 10.0 0 56 4 Ind Ken Bristol 23 May 1999
14 SK Warne 9.0 1 33 4 Aus Pak Lord’s 20 Jun 1999
15 IJ Harvey 9.3 0 58 4 Aus Pak Johannesburg 11 Feb 2003
16 A Codrington 9.0 3 27 5 Can Ban Durban 11 Feb 2003
17 JM Anderson 10.0 1 25 4 Eng Net East London 16 Feb 2003
18 MF Maharoof 7.0 1 23 4 Srl Ber Port of Spain 15 Mar 2007
19 ST Finn 10.0 0 71 5 Eng Aus Melbourne 14 Feb 2015
20 N Pradeep 9.0 1 31 4 Srl Afg Cardiff 04 Jun 2019
21 YS Chahal 10.0 0 51 4 Ind RSA Southampton 05 Jun 2019

YS Chahal captured four for 51 in this game to provide the second occasion of an Indian bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings on World Cup debut, Both such occasions are tabulated below. DS Mohanty had captured

four for 56 against Kenya at Bristol on 23.05.99. Thus YS Chahal’s four for 51 in this game  represents the best bowling figures by an Indian bowler on World Cup debut

No Bowlers O M R W Team Opp Ground Date
1 DS Mohanty 10.0 0 56 4 Ind Ken Bristol 23 May 1999
2 YS Chahal 10.0 0 51 4 Ind RSA Southampton 05 Jun 2019

YS Chahal captured four for 51 in this game to provide the 21st occasion of an Indian bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings on World Cup. It also provides the first such occasion by an Indian bowler against South Africa in the World Cup.

YS Chahal captured four for 51 in this game to provide the seventh occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings on World Cup against South Africa. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 RA Harper 10.0 0 47 4 2 Win RSA Karachi 11 Mar 1996
2 SK Warne 10.0 4 29 4 2 Aus RSA Birmingham 17 Jun 1999
3 SL Malinga 9.2 0 54 4 2 Srl RSA Providence 28 Mar 2007
4 SW Tait 10.0 0 39 4 1 Aus RSA Gros Islet 25 Apr 2007
5 SCJ Broad 6.4 0 15 4 2 Eng RSA Chennai 06 Mar 2011
6 JDP Oram 9.0 1 39 4 2 NZl RSA Dhaka 25 Mar 2011
7 YS Chahal 10.0 0 51 4 1 Ind RSA Southampton 05 Jun 2019

JJ Bumrah bowled a maiden over in this game to return with a spell of 10.0-1-35-2 to provide the 152nd occasion of an Indian bowler bowling a maiden over in an innings in a World Cup game. He also became the 40th Indian bowler to bowl a maiden over in an innings in a World Cup game. Indian bowlers have bowled 235 maiden overs at the end of this game.

K Rabada bowled a maiden over in this game to return with a spell of 10.0-1-39-2 and CH Morris bowled three maiden overs to return with  a spell of 10.0-3-36-1 to provide the 128th and 129th occasion of  South African bowler bowling a maiden over in an innings in a World Cup game. At the end of this game 34 South African bowlers have bowled a maiden overs in the World Cup.. South African bowlers have bowled 188 maiden overs at the end of this game.

CH Morris bowled three maiden overs to return with a spell of 10.0-3-36-1 to provide the 12th occasion of South African bowler bowling three or more maiden over in an innings in a World Cup game.

No Player O M R W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 SM Pollock 8.0 5 13 1 2 v Canada East London 27 Feb 2003
2 MW Pringle 8.0 4 11 4 2 v West Indies Christchurch 05 Mar 1992
3 RP Snell 10.0 3 24 0 1 v Zimbabwe Canberra 10 Mar 1992
4 SM Pollock 8.0 3 10 2 2 v Sri Lanka Northampton 19 May 1999
5 SM Pollock 9.0 3 13 1 2 v England The Oval 22 May 1999
6 S Elworthy 10.0 3 24 2 2 v England The Oval 22 May 1999
7 L Klusener 8.3 3 21 5 1 v Kenya Amstelveen 26 May 1999
8 SM Pollock 6.0 3 4 1 2 v Netherlands Basseterre 16 Mar 2007
9 A Nel 10.0 3 35 3 1 v England Bridgetown 17 Apr 2007
10 RJ Peterson 7.0 3 12 4 2 v Bangladesh Dhaka 19 Mar 2011
11 DW Steyn 10.0 3 30 3 1 v Pakistan Auckland 07 Mar 2015
12 CH Morris 10.0 3 36 1 2 v India Southampton 05 Jun 2019

V Kohli completed 600 runs in the World Cup when he was on 13 during his knock of 18 runs in this game. He became the 61st batsman to aggregate 600 plus runs in the World Cup. He became the eighth Indian batsman to aggregate 600 plus runs in the World Cup. The following table lists all the eight batsmen.

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 SC Ganguly Ind 1999-2007 21 21 3 1006 183 55.88 4 3 1
3 R Dravid Ind 1999-2007 22 21 7 860 145 61.42 2 6 0
4 V Sehwag Ind 2003-2011 22 22 0 843 175 38.31 2 3 1
5 M Azharuddin Ind 1987-1999 30 25 4 826 93 39.33 0 8 2
6 Yuvraj Singh Ind 2003-2011 23 21 7 738 113 52.71 1 7 2
7 N Kapil Dev Ind 1979-1992 26 24 6 669 175* 37.16 1 1 0
8 V Kohli Ind 2011-2019 18 18 3 605 107 40.33 2 1 0

RG Sharma scored 122 not out in this game to provide the 168th occasion of a batsman scoring a century in the World Cup. His knock also provides the 26th occasion of  an Indian batsman scoring a century in the World Cup.

It also provides the tenth occasion of a batsman scoring a century in the World Cup against South Africa. His knock also provides the third occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a century in the World Cup against South Africa. All the three occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 SR Tendulkar 111 1 v South Africa Nagpur 12 Mar 2011
2 S Dhawan 137 1 v South Africa Melbourne 22 Feb 2015
3 RG Sharma 122* 2 v South Africa Southampton 05 Jun 2019

RG Sharma’s 122 not out in this game represent his second century in the World Cup. Prior to this he had scored 137 against Bangladesh at Melbourne on 19.03.15. He became the 39th batsman to score two or more centuries in the World Cup. He also became the seventh Indian batsman to score two or more centuries in the World Cup. The following table lists all the six batsmen with their centuries

No No Player Runs Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 1 SR Tendulkar 127* Ind Ken Cuttack 18 Feb 1996
  2 SR Tendulkar 137 Ind Srl Delhi 02 Mar 1996
  3 SR Tendulkar 140* Ind Ken Bristol 23 May 1999
  4 SR Tendulkar 152 Ind Nam PM Burg 23 Feb 2003
  5 SR Tendulkar 120 Ind Eng Bangalore 27 Feb 2011
  6 SR Tendulkar 111 Ind RSA Nagpur 12 Mar 2011
               
2 1 SC Ganguly 183 Ind Srl Taunton 26 May 1999
  2 SC Ganguly 112* Ind Nam PM Burg 23 Feb 2003
  3 SC Ganguly 107* Ind Ken Cape Town 07 Mar 2003
  4 SC Ganguly 111* Ind Ken Durban 20 Mar 2003
               
3 1 R Dravid 104* Ind Ken Bristol 23 May 1999
  2 R Dravid 145 Ind Srl Taunton 26 May 1999
               
4 1 S Dhawan 137 Ind RSA Melbourne 22 Feb 2015
  2 S Dhawan 100 Ind Ire sHamilton 10 Mar 2015
               
5 1 V Kohli 100* Ind Ban Dhaka 19 Feb 2011
  2 V Kohli 107 Ind Pak Adelaide 15 Feb 2015
               
6 1 V Sehwag 114 Ind Ber Port of Spain 19 Mar 2007
  2 V Sehwag 175 Ind Ban Dhaka 19 Feb 2011
               
7 1 RG Sharma 137 Ind Ban Melbourne 19 Feb 2015
  2 RG Sharma 122* Ind RSA Southampton 05 Jun 2019

RG Sharma scored two boundary sixes which fetched him an aggregate of 220 boundary sixes in one day internationals. He now stands fifth in the list of batsmen who have scored most boundary sixes in one day internationals. Others are – Shahid Afridi {351}, CH Gayle {317}, ST Jayasuriya {270} and MS Dhoni {224}

RG Sharma’s 122 not out in this game provide the 86th occasion of an opening batsman scoring a century in the World Cup. It also provides the twelfth occasion of an Indian opening batsman scoring a century in the World Cup

All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 SM Gavaskar 103* 2 v New Zealand Nagpur 31 Oct 1987
2 SR Tendulkar 127* 2 v Kenya Cuttack 18 Feb 1996
3 SR Tendulkar 137 1 v Sri Lanka Delhi 02 Mar 1996
4 SC Ganguly 183 1 v Sri Lanka Taunton 26 May 1999
5 SR Tendulkar 152 1 v Namibia Pietermaritzburg 23 Feb 2003
6 V Sehwag 175 1 v Bangladesh Dhaka 19 Feb 2011
7 SR Tendulkar 120 1 v England Bengaluru 27 Feb 2011
8 SR Tendulkar 111 1 v South Africa Nagpur 12 Mar 2011
9 S Dhawan 137 1 v South Africa Melbourne 22 Feb 2015
10 S Dhawan 100 2 v Ireland Hamilton 10 Mar 2015
11 RG Sharma 137 1 v Bangladesh Melbourne 19 Mar 2015
12 RG Sharma 122* 2 v South Africa Southampton 05 Jun 2019

RG Sharma became the third Indian opening batsman to score two or more centuries in the World Cup. The feat of these three batsmen are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 RG Sharma 137 1 v Bangladesh Melbourne 19 Mar 2015
2 RG Sharma 122* 2 v South Africa Southampton 05 Jun 2019
             
1 S Dhawan 137 1 v South Africa Melbourne 22 Feb 2015
2 S Dhawan 100 2 v Ireland Hamilton 10 Mar 2015
             
1 SR Tendulkar 127* 2 v Kenya Cuttack 18 Feb 1996
2 SR Tendulkar 137 1 v Sri Lanka Delhi 02 Mar 1996
3 SR Tendulkar 152 1 v Namibia Pietermaritzburg 23 Feb 2003
4 SR Tendulkar 120 1 v England Bengaluru 27 Feb 2011
5 SR Tendulkar 111 1 v South Africa Nagpur 12 Mar 2011

RG Sharma’s 122 not out in this game represent his 23rd century in one day games. He became the ninth batsman to score 23 or more centuries in one day internationals.

No Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C
1 SR Tendulkar 1989-2012 463 452 41 18426 200* 44.83 49
2 V Kohli 2008-2019 228 220 37 10861 183 59.34 41
3 RT Ponting 1995-2012 375 365 39 13704 164 42.03 30
4 ST Jayasuriya 1989-2011 445 433 18 13430 189 32.36 28
5 HM Amla 2008-2019 176 173 12 7929 159 49.24 27
6 AB de Villiers 2005-2018 228 218 39 9577 176 53.50 25
7 CH Gayle 1999-2019 291 285 17 10222 215 38.14 25
8 KC Sangakkara 2000-2015 404 380 41 14234 169 41.98 25
8 RG Sharma 2007-2019 207 201 32 8132 264 48.11 23

RG Sharma’s 122 not out in this game represent his 23rd century in one day games. He became the third Indian batsman to score 23 or more centuries in one day internationals. Others are – SR Tendulkar {49} and V Kohli {41}

No Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C
1 SR Tendulkar 1989-2012 463 452 41 18426 200* 44.83 49
2 V Kohli 2008-2019 228 220 37 10861 183 59.34 41
3 RG Sharma 2007-2019 207 201 32 8132 264 48.11 23

RG Sharma’s 122 not out in this game represent his 21st century in one day games as an opening batsman. He became the sixth opening batsman to score 21 or more centuries in one day internationals.

No Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100
1 SR Tendulkar 1994-2012 344 340 23 15310 200* 48.29 45
2 ST Jayasuriya 1993-2011 388 383 15 12740 189 34.61 28
3 HM Amla 2008-2019 171 170 11 7899 159 49.67 27
4 CH Gayle 2000-2019 270 265 16 9921 215 39.84 25
4 TM Dilshan 2008-2016 179 176 16 7367 161* 46.04 21
6 RG Sharma 2011-2019 123 122 15 6165 264 57.61 21

RG Sharma’s 122 not out in this game represent his 21st century in one day games as an opening batsman. He became the second Indian opening batsman to score 21 or more centuries in one day internationals after SR Tendulkar. SR Tendulkar has scored 45 centuries as an opening batsman.

No Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100
1 SR Tendulkar 1994-2012 344 340 23 15310 200* 48.29 45
2 RG Sharma 2011-2019 123 122 15 6165 264 57.61 21

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