ICC World Cup 2019 – Match No 27 – Stats highlights

Match No 27 – England Vs Sri Lanka at Leeds on 21 Jun 19 – Sri Lanka won by 20 runs

AD Mathews scored 85 not out in this game to provide the 108th occasion of Sri Lankan batsmen scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides his second fifty in the World Cup. His first fifty was his 51 against Scotland at Hobart on 21.03.15. This his 85 not out in this game represents highest individual score in an innings in the World Cup

BMAJ Mendis was dismissed first ball for a duck in this game to provide the 200th occasion of a batsman collecting the first ball duck in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 15th occasion of a Sri Lankan batsman collecting the first ball duck in an innings in the World Cup.

BMAJ Mendis was dismissed first ball for a duck in this game to provide the 20th occasion of a batsman collecting the first ball duck in an innings against England in the World Cup. It also provides the second occasion of a Sri Lankan batsman collecting the first ball duck in an innings in the World Cup. Prior to BMAJ Mendis, VB John had collected the first ball duck against England at Taunton on 11.06.83

JM Bairstow was dismissed first ball for a duck in this game to provide the 201st occasion of a batsman collecting the first ball duck in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 22nd occasion of England batsman collecting the first ball duck in an innings in the World Cup.

JM Bairstow became the fourth England batsman to collect the first ball duck on two occasions. The following table lists the four batsmen

No Player Runs BF Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 JM Bairstow 0 1 1 v South Africa The Oval 30 May 2019
2 JM Bairstow 0 1 2 v Sri Lanka Leeds 21 Jun 2019
               
1 CC Lewis 0 1 1 v New Zealand Wellington 15 Mar 1992
2 CC Lewis 0 1 2 v Pakistan Melbourne 25 Mar 1992
               
1 GC Small 0 1 2 v Pakistan Rawalpindi 12 Oct 1987
2 GC Small 0 1 1 v Pakistan Karachi 20 Oct 1987
               
1 AJ Stewart 0 1 2 v South Africa The Oval 22 May 1999
2 AJ Stewart 0 1 2 v India Durban 26 Feb 2003

JM Bairstow was dismissed first ball for a duck in this game to provide the 27th occasion of an opening batsman collecting the first ball duck in an innings against in the World Cup. It also provides the fifth occasion of an England opening batsman collecting the first ball duck in an innings in the World Cup.

JM Bairstow became the first England opening batsman to collect the first ball duck on two occasions. He also became the second opening batsman in the history of the World Cup to collect the first ball duck on two occasions after RS Kaluwitharna of Sri Lanka

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

SL Malinga captured 4 for 43 in this game to provide the 202nd occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 17th occasion of a Sri Lankan bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the first occasion of a Sri Lankan bowler capturing four  or  more wickets in an innings against England in the World Cup

SL Malinga captured 4 for 43 in this game to provide the 145th occasion of a bowler capturing exact four wickets in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 13th occasion of a Sri Lankan bowler capturing exact four wickets in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the first occasion of a Sri Lankan bowler capturing exact four wickets  in an innings against England in the World Cup

SL Malinga captured four for 43 in this game to provide his third four plus wicket haul in the World Cup, The other  two occasions are – 4 for 54 against South Africa at Providence on 28.03.07 and 6 for 38 against Kenya at Col-RPS on 01.03.11. He became the eleventh bowler in the history of the World Cup to capture three or more four wicket hauls. The following table lists all the eleven bowlers

No Player Team Span Mat Inns Overs M Runs W Ave 4 5 4+
1 Imran Tahir RSA 2011-2019 19 18 162.5 07 711 37 19.21 4 1 5
2 M Muralitharan Srl 1996-2011 40 39 343.3 15 1335 68 19.63 4 0 4
3 Shahid Afridi Pak 1999-2015 27 24 184.0 07 831 30 27.70 2 2 4
4 MA Starc Aus 2015-2019 14 14 119.5 06 528 37 14.27 2 2 4
5 SK Warne Aus 1996-1999 17 17 162.5 16 624 32 19.50 4 0 4
6 Abdul Qadir Pak 1983-1987 13 13 135.4 08 506 24 21.08 2 1 3
7 TA Boult NZl 2015-2019 14 14 134.0 15 586 30 19.53 2 1 3
8 MG Johnson Aus 2011-2015 15 15 121.0 09 557 25 22.28 3 0 3
9 B Lee Aus 2003-2011 17 17 137.3 15 629 35 17.97 2 1 3
10 SL Malinga Srl 2007-2019 26 25 202.2 09 1097 51 21.50 2 1 3
11 Wasim Akram Pak 1987-2003 38 36 324.3 17 1311 55 23.83 2 1 3

SL Malinga captured four for 43 in this game to provide his third four plus wicket haul in the World Cup, The other  two occasions are – 4 for 54 against South Africa at Providence on 28.03.07 and 6 for 38 against Kenya at Col-RPS on 01.03.11. He became the second Sri Lankan bowler in the history of the World Cup to capture three or more four wicket hauls after M Muralitharan. M Muralitharan has captured four plus wicket hauls on four occasions. The following table lists both the bowlers

No Player Team Span Mat Inns Overs M Runs W Ave 4 5 4+
1 M Muralitharan Srl 1996-2011 40 39 343.3 15 1335 68 19.63 4 0 4
2 SL Malinga Srl 2007-2019 26 25 202.2 09 1097 51 21.50 2 1 3

SL Malinga captured his 50th wicket in the World Cup when he had JE Root in this game. At the end of this game his aggregate of wickets in the World Cup read 51. He became the fourth bowler in the history of World Cup to capture 50 plus wickets. Others are – GD McGrath {71}, M Muralitharan {68} and Wasim Akram {55}. The following table lists the performance of these four bowlers

No Player Team Span Mat Inns Overs M Runs W BBI Ave 4 5
1 GD McGrath Aus 1996-2007 39 39 325.5 42 1292 71 7/15 18.19 0 2
2 M Muralitharan Srl 1996-2011 40 39 343.3 15 1335 68 4/19 19.63 4 0
3 Wasim Akram Pak 1987-2003 38 36 324.3 17 1311 55 5/28 23.83 2 1
4 SL Malinga Srl 2007-2019 26 25 202.2 09 1097 51 6/38 21.50 2 1

SL Malinga captured his 50th wicket in the World Cup when he had JE Root in this game. At the end of this game his aggregate of wickets in the World Cup read 51. He became the second Sri Lankan bowler in the history of World Cup to capture 50 plus wickets after M Muralitharan. M Muralitharan has captured 68 wickets in the World Cup. The following table lists the performance of these two bowlers

No Player Team Span Mat Inns Overs M Runs W BBI Ave 4 5
1 M Muralitharan Srl 1996-2011 40 39 343.3 15 1335 68 4/19 19.63 4 0
2 SL Malinga Srl 2007-2019 26 25 202.2 09 1097 51 6/38 21.50 2 1

England has been dismissed all out in an innings on 21 occasions in the World Cup including its 212 all out in this  game. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Match Date
1 93 36.2 1 v Australia Leeds 18 Jun 1975
2 103 41.0 2 v South Africa The Oval 22 May 1999
3 123 33.2 1 v New Zealand Wellington 20 Feb 2015
4 125 49.1 2 v Zimbabwe Albury 18 Mar 1992
5 152 44.3 2 v South Africa Rawalpindi 25 Feb 1996
6 154 48.0 1 v South Africa Bridgetown 17 Apr 2007
7 168 45.3 2 v India Durban 26 Feb 2003
8 169 45.2 2 v India Birmingham 29 May 1999
9 171 45.4 1 v South Africa Chennai 06 Mar 2011
10 194 51.0 2 v West Indies Lord’s 23 Jun 1979
11 212 47.0 2 v Sri Lanka Leeds 21 Jun 2019
12 213 60.0 1 v India Manchester 22 Jun 1983
13 221 48.4 2 v Pakistan Rawalpindi 12 Oct 1987
14 225 49.4 1 v Bangladesh Chattogram 11 Mar 2011
15 227 49.2 2 v Pakistan Melbourne 25 Mar 1992
16 231 41.5 2 v Australia Melbourne 14 Feb 2015
17 234 55.2 1 v New Zealand Birmingham 15 Jun 1983
18 243 48.4 1 v West Indies Chennai 17 Mar 2011
19 247 49.5 1 v Australia North Sound 08 Apr 2007
20 260 48.3 2 v Bangladesh Adelaide 09 Mar 2015
21 272 50.0 1 v Namibia Port Elizabeth 19 Feb 2003

England has been dismissed all out in an innings while batting second on eleven occasions in the World Cup including its 212 all out in this  game. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Match Date
1 103 41.0 2 v South Africa The Oval 22 May 1999
2 125 49.1 2 v Zimbabwe Albury 18 Mar 1992
3 152 44.3 2 v South Africa Rawalpindi 25 Feb 1996
4 168 45.3 2 v India Durban 26 Feb 2003
5 169 45.2 2 v India Birmingham 29 May 1999
6 194 51.0 2 v West Indies Lord’s 23 Jun 1979
7 212 47.0 2 v Sri Lanka Leeds 21 Jun 2019
8 221 48.4 2 v Pakistan Rawalpindi 12 Oct 1987
9 227 49.2 2 v Pakistan Melbourne 25 Mar 1992
10 231 41.5 2 v Australia Melbourne 14 Feb 2015
11 260 48.3 2 v Bangladesh Adelaide 09 Mar 2015

ICC World Cup 2019 – Match No 26 – Stats highlights

Match No 26 – Australia Vs Bangladesh at Nottingham on 20 Jun 19 – Australia won by 48 runs

Australia posted a total of 381 for 5 and Bangladesh posted a total of 333 for 8 in this game to provide the fifteenth occasion of both teams posting a total of 300 plus runs in a match in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Opposition Ground Date
1 Sri Lanka 313/07 49.2 Zimbabwe New Plymouth 23 Feb 1992
  Zimbabwe 312/04 50.0 Sri Lanka New Plymouth 23 Feb 1992
             
2 England 301/09 49.5 West Indies Bridgetown 21 Apr 2007
  West Indies 300/10 49.5 England Bridgetown 21 Apr 2007
             
3 India 338/10 49.5 England Bangalore 27 Feb 2011
  England 338/08 50.0 India Bangalore 27 Feb 2011
             
4 England 327/08 50.0 Ireland Bangalore 02 Mar 2011
  Ireland 329/07 49.1 England Bangalore 02 Mar 2011
             
5 Netherlands 306/10 50.0 Ireland Kolkata 18 Mar 2011
  Ireland 307/04 47.4 Netherlands Kolkata 18 Mar 2011
             
5 West Indies 304/07 50.0 Ireland Nelson 16 Feb 2015
  Ireland 307/06 45.5 West Indies Nelson 16 Feb 2015
             
7 England 309/06 50.0 Sri Lanka Wellington 01 Mar 2015
  Sri Lanka 312/01 47.2 England Wellington 01 Mar 2015
             
8 Scotland 318/08 50.0 Bangladesh Nelson 05 Mar 2015
  Bangladesh 322/04 48.1 Scotland Nelson 05 Mar 2015
             
9 Ireland 331/08 50.0 Zimbabwe Hobart 07 Mar 2015
  Zimbabwe 326/10 49.3 Ireland Hobart 07 Mar 2015
             
10 Australia 376/09 50.0 Sri Lanka Sydney 08 Mar 2015
  Sri Lanka 312/10 46.2 Australia Sydney 08 Mar 2015
             
11 Bangladesh 330/06 50.0 South Africa The Oval 02 Jun 2019
  South Africa 309/08 50.0 Bangladesh The Oval 02 Jun 2019
             
12 Pakistan 348/08 50.0 England Nottingham 03 Jun 2019
  England 334/09 50.0 Pakistan Nottingham 03 Jun 2019
             
13 India 352/06 50.0 Australia The Oval 09 Jun 2019
  Australia 316/10 50.0 India The Oval 09 Jun 2019
             
14 West Indies 321/08 50.0 Bangladesh Taunton 17 Jun 2019
  Bangaldesh 322/03 41.3 West Indies Taunton 17 Jun 2019
             
15 Australia 381/05 50.0 Bangladesh Nottingham 20 Jun 2019
  Bangladesh 333/08 50.0 Australia Nottingham 20 Jun 2019

Bangladesh lost the game despite posting 333 for 8 to provide the 15th occasion of a team losing a game in the World Cup after posting 300 plus runs. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Opposition Ground Date
1 Zimbabwe 312/04 50.0 Sri Lanka New Plymouth 23 Feb 1992
2 South Africa 306/06 50.0 New Zealand Johannesburg 16 Feb 2003
3 West Indies 300/10 49.5 England Bridgetown 21 Apr 2007
4 England 327/08 50.0 Ireland Bangalore 02 Mar 2011
5 Netherlands 306/10 50.0 Ireland Kolkata 18 Mar 2011
6 West Indies 304/07 50.0 Ireland Nelson 16 Feb 2015
7 England 309/06 50.0 Sri Lanka Wellington 01 Mar 2015
8 Scotland 318/08 50.0 Bangladesh Nelson 05 Mar 2015
9 Zimbabwe 326/10 49.3 Ireland Hobart 07 Mar 2015
10 Sri Lanka 312/10 46.2 Australia Sydney 08 Mar 2015
11 South Africa 309/06 50.0 Bangladesh The Oval 02 Jun 2019
12 England 334/09 50.0 Pakistan Nottingham 03 Jun 2019
13 Australia 316/10 50.0 India The Oval 09 Jun 2019
14 West Indies 321/08 50.0 Bangladesh Taunton 17 Jun 2019
15 Bangladesh 333/08 50.0 Australia Nottingham 20 Jun 2019

Australia won its second game in the World Cup when its opponent has scored 300 plus runs. Both such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Opposition Ground Date
1 Sri Lanka 312/10 46.2 Australia Sydney 08 Mar 2015
2 Bangladesh 333/08 50.0 Australia Nottingham 20 Jun 2019

Australia posted a total of 381 for 5 and Bangladesh posted a total of 333 for 8 in this game to provide the

104th occasion and 105th occasion of a team posting a total of 300 plus runs in a match in the World Cup

Australia posted a total of 321 for 8 in this game to provide the 22nd occasion of Australia posting a total of 300 plus runs in a match in the World Cup. Bangladesh posted a total of 333 for 8 in this game to provide the fourth occasion of Bangladesh posting a total of 300 plus runs in a match in the World Cup

DA Warner  {166} and AJ Finch {53} scored fifties in this game to provide the 52nd occasion of both the opening batsmen scoring fifties in an innings in the World Cup, It also provides the eighth occasion of both the  Australian opening batsmen scoring fifties in an innings in the World Cup

DA Warner  {166} and AJ Finch {53} scored century and half century in this game to provide the 17th occasion of opening batsman scoring a century and half century in an innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 RB McCosker 73 1 Aus Srk The Oval 11 Jun 1975
  A Turner 101 1 Aus Srl The Oval 11 Jun 1975
               
2 K Srikkanth 75 2 Ind NZl Nagpur 31 Oct 1987
  SM Gavaskar 103* 2 Ind NZl Nagpur 31 Oct 1987
               
3 A Jadeja 53 2 Ind Ken Cuttack 18 Feb 1996
  SR Tendulkar 127* 2 Ind Ken Cuttack 18 Feb 1996
               
4 ME Waugh 126 1 Aus Ind Mumbai 27 Feb 1996
  MA Taylor 59 1 Aus Ind Mumbai 27 Feb 1996
               
5 G Kirsten 83 1 RSA Net Rawalpindi 5 Mar 1996
  AC Hudson 161 1 RSA Net Rawalpindi 5 Mar 1996
               
6 Saeed Anwar 113* 2 Pak NZl Manchester 16 Jun 1999
  Wajahatullah Wasti 84 2 Pak NZl Manchester 16 Jun 1999
               
7 CH Gayle 119 1 Win Ken Kimberley 4 Mar 2003
  S Chanderpaul 66 1 Win Ken Kimberley 4 Mar 2003
               
8 L Vincent 101 1 NZl Can Gros Islet 22 Mar 2007
  SP Fleming 66 1 NZl Can Gros Islet 22 Mar 2007
               
9 V Sehwag 73 2 Ind RSA Nagpur-J 12 Mar 2011
  SR Tendulkar 111 2 Ind RSA Nagpur-J 12 Mar 2011
               
10 WTS Porterfield 68 2 Ire Net Kolkata 18 Mar 2011
  PR Stirling 101 2 Ire Net Kolkata 18 Mar 2011
               
11 MM Ali 128 1 Eng Sco Christchurch 23 Feb 2015
  IR Bell 54 1 Eng Sco Christchurch 23 Feb 2015
               
12 HDRL Thirimanne 52 1 Srl Ban Melbourne 26 Feb 2015
  TM Dilshan 161* 1 Srl Ban Melbourne 26 Feb 2015
               
13 RG Sharma 64 2 Ind Ire Hamilton 10 Mar 2015
  S Dhawan 100 2 Ind Ire Hamilton 10 Mar 2015
               
14 Ahmed Shehzad 63 2 Pak Ire Adelaide 15 Mar 2015
  Sarfraz Ahmed 101* 2 Pak Ire Adelaide 15 Mar 2015
               
15 JJ Roy 153 1 Eng Ban Cardiff 08 Mar 2019
  JM Bairstow 51 1 Eng Ban Cardiff 08 Mar 2019
               
16 RG Sharma 57 1 Ind Aus The Oval 09 Jun 2019
  S Dhawan 117 1 Ind Aus The Oval 09 Jun 2019
               
17 KL Rahul 57 1 Ind Pak Manchester 16 Jun 2019
  RG Sharma 140 1 Ind Pak Manchester 16 Jun 2019
               
18 DA Warner 166 1 Aus Ban Nottingham 20 Jun 2019
  AJ Finch 53 1 Aus Ban Nottingham 20 Jun 2019

DA Warner  {166} and AJ Finch {53} scored century and half century in this game to provide the        third occasion of Indian opening batsman scoring a century and half century in an innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 RB McCosker 73 1 Aus Srk The Oval 11 Jun 1975
  A Turner 101 1 Aus Srl The Oval 11 Jun 1975
               
2 ME Waugh 126 1 Aus Ind Mumbai 27 Feb 1996
  MA Taylor 59 1 Aus Ind Mumbai 27 Feb 1996
               
3 DA Warner 166 1 Aus Ban Nottingham 20 Jun 2019
  AJ Finch 53 1 Aus Ban Nottingham 20 Jun 2019

DA Warner  {166} and AJ Finch {53} scored century and half century in this game to provide the 17th occasion of opening batsman scoring 150 plus runs and half century in an innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 G Kirsten 83 1 RSA Net Rawalpindi 5 Mar 1996
  AC Hudson 161 1 RSA Net Rawalpindi 5 Mar 1996
               
2 HDRL Thirimanne 52 1 Srl Ban Melbourne 26 Feb 2015
  TM Dilshan 161* 1 Srl Ban Melbourne 26 Feb 2015
               
3 JJ Roy 153 1 Eng Ban Cardiff 08 Mar 2019
  JM Bairstow 51 1 Eng Ban Cardiff 08 Mar 2019
               
4 DA Warner 166 1 Aus Ban Nottingham 20 Jun 2019
  AJ Finch 53 1 Aus Ban Nottingham 20 Jun 2019

DA Warner  {166},  AJ Finch {53} and UT Khawaja {89} scored fifties in this game to provide the seventh occasion of first three batsmen scoring fifties in an innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Match particulars C HC 50+ Start Date
1 England (innings 1) v East Africa at Birmingham 0 3 3 14 Jun 1975
2 Pakistan (innings 1) v Sri Lanka at Nottingham 0 3 3 14 Jun 1975
3 India (innings 1) v South Africa at Nagpur 1 2 3 12 Mar 2011
4 Sri Lanka (innings 1) v Bangladesh at Melbourne 2 1 3 26 Feb 2015
5 India (innings 1) v Australia at The Oval 1 2 3 09 Jun 2019
6 India (innings 1) v Pakistan at Manchester 1 2 3 16 Jun 2019
7 Australia (innings 1) v Bangladesh at Nottingham 1 2 3 20 Jun 2019

DA Warner  {166},  AJ Finch {53} and UT Khawaja {89} scored fifties in this game to provide the sixth occasion of first three batsmen scoring fifties in an innings in the World Cup against Bangladesh. Both the occasions are listed below

No Match particulars C HC 50+ Start Date
1 Sri Lanka (innings 1) v Bangladesh at Melbourne 2 1 3 26 Feb 2015
2 Australia (innings 1) v Bangladesh at Nottingham 1 2 3 20 Jun 2019

Robel Hussain returned with figures of none for 83 in this game to provide the 38th occasion of a bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the third occasion of a Bangladesh bowler conceding 80 plus runs 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 Abdur Razzak 10.0 0 86 1 1 v Sri Lanka Port of Spain 21 Mar 2007
2 Taskin Ahmed 10.0 1 82 0 1 v Sri Lanka Melbourne 26 Feb 2015
3 Rubel Hossain 9.0 0 83 0 1 v Australia Nottingham 20 Jun 2019

Robel Hussain returned with figures of none for 83 in this game to provide the 12th occasion of a bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings without capturing a wicket in the World Cup. It also provides the second occasion of a Bangladesh bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings without capturing a wicket in the World Cup. Both such occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Taskin Ahmed 10.0 1 82 0 1 v Sri Lanka Melbourne 26 Feb 2015
2 Rubel Hossain 9.0 0 83 0 1 v Australia Nottingham 20 Jun 2019

AJ Finch-DA Warner added 121 runs  for the first wicket and DA Warner-UT Khawaja added 192 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 286th and 287th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 45th and 46th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup

AJ Finch-DA Warner added 121 runs  for the first wicket in this game to provide the 71st occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup for the first wicket.. It also provides the 14th  occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup for the first wicket.

DA Warner-UT Khawaja added 192 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 67th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup for the second wicket. It also provides ninth occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup for the second wicket.

AJ Finch-DA Warner added 121 runs  for the first wicket and DA Warner-UT Khawaja added 192 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 21st occasion of batsmen posting two three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are  tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Team Opp Ground Date
1 RB McCosker, A Turner 1 182 Aus Srl The Oval 11 Jun 1975
  GS Chappell, KD Walters 4 117 Aus Srl The Oval 11 Jun 1975
               
2 DL Haynes, IVA Richards 3 182 Win Srl Karachi 13 Oct 1987
  AL Logie, IVA Richards 4 116 Win Srl Karachi 13 Oct 1987
               
3 WJ Cronje, G Kirsten 2 116 RSA UAE Rawalpindi 16 Feb 1996
  DJ Cullinan, G Kirsten 3 145* RSA UAE Rawalpindi 16 Feb 1996
               
4 PA de Silva, AP Gurusinha 3 183 Srl Ken Kandy 06 Mar 1996
  PA de Silva, A Ranatunga 4 106 Srl Ken Kandy 06 Mar 1996
               
5 MA Vermeulen, CB Wishart 1 107 Zim Nam Harare 10 Feb 2003
  GW Flower, CB Wishart 3 166* Zim Nam Harare 10 Feb 2003
               
6 AC Gilchrist, RT Ponting 2 106 Aus Srl Centurion 07 Mar 2003
  DR Martyn, RT Ponting 3 112 Aus Srl Centurion 07 Mar 2003
               
7 AC Gilchrist, ML Hayden 1 105 Aus Ind Johannesburg 23 Mar 2003
  DR Martyn, RT Ponting 3 234* Aus Ind Johannesburg 23 Mar 2003
               
8 SC Ganguly, V Sehwag 2 202 Ind Ber Port of Spain 19 Mar 2007
  SR Tendulkar, Yuvraj Singh 5 122 Ind Ber Port of Spain 19 Mar 2007
               
9 AC Gilchrist, ML Hayden 1 106 Aus RSA Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
  MJ Clarke, RT Ponting 3 161 Aus RSA Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
               
10 V Sehwag, SR Tendulkar 1 142 Ind RSA Nagpur 12 Mar 2011
  G Gambhir, SR Tendulkar 2 125 Ind RSA Nagpur 12 Mar 2011
               
11 V Sibanda, T Taibu 3 110 Zim Ken Kolkata 20 Mar 2011
  E Chigumbura, CR Ervine 5 105 Zim Ken Kolkata 20 Mar 2011
               
12 S Dhawan, V Kohli 2 129 Ind Pak Adelaide 15 Feb 2015
  V Kohli, SK Raina 3 110 Ind Pak Adelaide 15 Feb 2015
               
13 S Dhawan, V Kohli 2 127 Ind RSA Melbourne 22 Feb 2015
  S Dhawan, AM Rahane 3 125 Ind RSA Melbourne 22 Feb 2015
               
14 TM Dilshan, HDRL Thirimanne 1 122 Srl Ban Melbourne 26 Feb 2015
  TM Dilshan, KC Sangakkara 2 210* Srl Ban Melbourne 26 Feb 2015
               
15 HM Amla, F du Plessis 2 127 RSA Win Sydney 27 Feb 2015
  AB de Villiers, RR Rossouw 4 134 RSA Win Sydney 27 Feb 2015
               
16 TM Dilshan, HDRL Thirimanne 1 100 Srl Eng Wellington 01 Mar 2015
  KC Sangakkara, HDRL Thirimanne 2 212* Srl Eng Wellington 01 Mar 2015
               
17 HM Amla, F du Plessis 2 247 RSA Ire Canberra 03 Mar 2015
  DA Miller, RR Rossouw 5 110* RSA Ire Canberra 03 Mar 2015
               
18 MJ Clarke, SPD Smith 3 134 Aus Srl Sydney 08 Mar 2015
  GJ Maxwell, SR Watson 5 160 Aus Srl Sydney 08 Mar 2015
               
19 JE Root, JJ Roy 2 106 Eng RSA The Oval 30 May 2019
  EJG Morgan, BA Stokes 4 106 Eng RSA The Oval 30 May 2019
               
20 JM Bairstow, JE Root 2 120 Eng Afg Manchester 18 Jun 2019
  EJG Morgan, JE Root 3 189 Eng Afg Manchester 18 Jun 2019
               
21 AJ Finch, DA Warner 1 121 Aus Ban Nottingham 20 Jun 2019
  UT Khawaja, DA Warner 2 192 Aus Ban Nottingham 20 Jun 2019

AJ Finch-DA Warner added 121 runs  for the first wicket and DA Warner-UT Khawaja added 192 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the sixth occasion of Australian batsmen posting two three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Team Opp Ground Date
1 RB McCosker, A Turner 1 182 Aus Srl The Oval 11 Jun 1975
  GS Chappell, KD Walters 4 117 Aus Srl The Oval 11 Jun 1975
               
2 AC Gilchrist, RT Ponting 2 106 Aus Srl Centurion 07 Mar 2003
  DR Martyn, RT Ponting 3 112 Aus Srl Centurion 07 Mar 2003
               
3 AC Gilchrist, ML Hayden 1 105 Aus Ind Johannesburg 23 Mar 2003
  DR Martyn, RT Ponting 3 234* Aus Ind Johannesburg 23 Mar 2003
               
4 AC Gilchrist, ML Hayden 1 106 Aus RSA Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
  MJ Clarke, RT Ponting 3 161 Aus RSA Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
               
5 MJ Clarke, SPD Smith 3 134 Aus Srl Sydney 08 Mar 2015
  GJ Maxwell, SR Watson 5 160 Aus Srl Sydney 08 Mar 2015
               
6 AJ Finch, DA Warner 1 121 Aus Ban Nottingham 20 Jun 2019
  UT Khawaja, DA Warner 2 192 Aus Ban Nottingham 20 Jun 2019

DA Warner scored 166 in this game to provide the occasion of a batsman scoring 150 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup.  It also provides the occasion of an Australian batsman scoring 150 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup. 

DA Warner scored 166 in this game to provide the 19th occasion of an opening batsman scoring 150 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup.  It also provides the fourth occasion of an Australian opening batsman scoring 150 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup. 

DA Warner scored 166 in this game to provide the second occasion of his scoring 150 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup an opening batsman. He had scored 178 against Afghanistan at Perth on 04.03.15. He has earned the distinction of becoming the only opening batsman in the history of the World Cup to score 150 plus runs on two occasions

DA Warner scored 166 in this game to provide the 179th occasion of a batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup.  It also provides the 29th occasion of an Australian batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup. 

DA Warner scored 166 in this game to provide the 93rd occasion of an opening batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup.  It also provides the 19th occasion of an Australian opening batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup. 

DA Warner’s 166 in this game was his third century in the World Cup. The other two are – 178 Vs Afghanistan at Perth on 04.03.15 and 107 Vs Pakistan at Taunton on 12.06.19. He became the 17th batsman in the history of the World Cup to score three or more centuries. The following table lists all such batsmen who have scored three or more centuries

No Player Team Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C
1 SR Tendulkar Ind 1992-2011 45 44 4 2278 152 56.95 6
2 RT Ponting Aus 1996-2011 46 42 4 1743 140* 45.86 5
3 KC Sangakkara Sel 2003-2015 37 35 8 1532 124 56.74 5
4 AB de Villiers RSA 2007-2015 23 22 3 1207 162* 63.52 4
5 TM Dilshan Srl 2007-2015 27 25 4 1112 161* 52.95 4
6 SC Ganguly Ind 1999-2007 21 21 3 1006 183 55.88 4
7 DPMD Jayawardene Srl 1999-2015 40 34 3 1100 115* 35.48 4
8 ME Waugh Aus 1992-1999 22 22 3 1004 130 52.84 4
9 S Dhawan Ind 2015-2019 10 10 0 537 137 53.70 3
10 ML Hayden Aus 2003-2007 22 21 2 987 158 51.94 3
11 ST Jayasuriya Srl 1992-2007 38 37 3 1165 120 34.26 3
12 Rameez Raja Pak 1987-1996 16 16 3 700 119* 53.84 3
13 IVA Richards Win 1975-1987 23 21 5 1013 181 63.31 3
14 JE Root Eng 2015-2019 12 11 1 626 121 62.60 3
15 Saeed Anwar Pak 1996-2003 21 21 4 915 113* 53.82 3
16 RG Sharma Ind 2015-2019 11 11 2 649 140 72.11 3
17 DA Warner Aus 2015-2019 14 14 2 792 178 66.00 3

He also became the fourth Australian batsman in the history of the World Cup to score three or more centuries. The following table lists all such batsmen who have scored three or more centuries

No Player Team Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100
1 RT Ponting Aus 1996-2011 46 42 4 1743 140* 45.86 5
2 ME Waugh Aus 1992-1999 22 22 3 1004 130 52.84 4
3 ML Hayden Aus 2003-2007 22 21 2 987 158 51.94 3
4 DA Warner Aus 2015-2019 14 14 2 792 178 66.00 3

He also became the tenth opening batsman in the history of the World Cup to score three or more centuries. The following table lists all such batsmen who have scored three or more centuries

No Player Team Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C
1 SR Tendulkar Ind 1996-2011 31 31 1 1767 152 58.90 5
2 TM Dilshan Srl 2011-2015 16 16 2 895 161* 63.92 4
3 ME Waugh Aus 1996-1999 17 17 2 859 130 57.26 4
4 S Dhawan Ind 2015-2019 10 10 0 537 137 53.70 3
5 ML Hayden Aus 2003-2007 21 21 2 987 158 51.94 3
6 ST Jayasuriya Srl 1996-2007 32 32 3 1091 120 37.62 3
7 Rameez Raja Pak 1987-1992 15 15 2 698 119* 53.69 3
8 Saeed Anwar Pak 1996-2003 21 21 4 915 113* 53.82 3
9 RG Sharma Inf 2015-2019 11 11 2 649 140 72.11 3
10 DA Warner Aus 2015-2019 13 13 1 771 178 64.25 3

He also became the third Australian opening batsman in the history of the World Cup to score three or more centuries. The following table lists all such batsmen who have scored three or more centuries

No Player Team Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C
1 ME Waugh Aus 1996-1999 17 17 2 859 130 57.26 4
2 ML Hayden Aus 2003-2007 21 21 2 987 158 51.94 3
3 DA Warner Aus 2015-2019 13 13 1 771 178 64.25 3

AJ Finch scored 53 in this game to provide the 170th occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 25th occasion of an Australian captain scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup.

AJ Finch scored 53 in this game to provide the 49th occasion of a captain opening batsman scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the sixth occasion of an Australian captain opening batsman scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup.

Mushfiqur Rahim scored 102 not out in this game to provide the 180th occasion of a batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the fifth occasion of a Bangladesh batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup.

Mushfiqur Rahim scored 102 not out in this game to provide the 17th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the first occasion of a Bangladesh wicket keeper batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup.

Mushfiqur Rahim’s  102 not out in this game was in a losing cause to provide the 35th occasion of a batsman’s century going in vain in the World Cup. It also provides the seventh occasion of a wicket keeper batsman’s century in a  losing cause in the World Cup.

Mushfiqur Rahim’s  102 not out in this game was in a losing cause to provide the third occasion of a Bangladesh batsman’s century going in vain in the World Cup. It also provides the first occasion of a Bangladesh wicket keeper batsman’s century in a  losing cause in the World Cup.

Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmadullah added 127 runs for the fifth wicket in this game to provide the 288th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the seventh occasion of Bangladesh batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup

Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmadullah added 127 runs for the fifth wicket in this game to provide the 28th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings for the fifth wicket in the World Cup. It also provides the third occasion of Bangladesh batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings for the fifth wicket in the World Cup

This game witnessed three three figure partnerships. AJ Finch-DA Warner added 121 runs for the first wicket and DA Warner-UT Khawaja added 192 runs for the second wicket in Australia’s innings. Mushfiqur Rahim-Mahmadullah added 127 runs for the fifth wicket in Bangladesh’ innings.  This provides the 38th occasion of rival team’s batsmen posting three figure partnerships in a World Cup game. All such occasions are tabulated below

No No Partners Wkt Runs Team Opp Ground Date
1 1 CG Greenidge, DL Haynes 1 132 Win Pak The Oval 20 Jun 1979
  2 Majid Khan, Zaheer Abbas 2 166 Pak Win The Oval 20 Jun 1979
 
2 1 CL King, IVA Richards 5 139 Win Eng Lord’s 23 Jun 1979
  2 G Boycott, JM Brearley 1 129 Eng Win Lord’s 23 Jun 1979
 
3 1 DW Hookes, KJ Hughes 3 101 Aus Win Lord’s 18 Jun 1983
  2 CG Greenidge, IVA Richards 2 124 Win Aus Lord’s 18 Jun 1983
 
4 1 CWJ Athey, MW Gatting 3 135 Eng Pak Karachi 20 Oct 1987
  2 Rameez Raja, Saleem Malik 2 167 Pak Eng Karachi 20 Oct 1987
 
5 1 A Flower, AC Waller 5 145* Zim Srl New Plymouth 23 Feb 1992
  2 RS Mahanama, MAR S’sekera 1 128 Srl Zim New Plymouth 23 Feb 1992
 
6 1 GA Hick, GP Thorpe 3 143 Eng Net Peshawar 22 Feb 1996
  2 KJJ van Noortwijk, B Zuiderent 5 114 Net Eng Peshawar 22 Feb 1996
 
7 1 ME Waugh, SR Waugh 3 207 Aus Ken Visakhapatnam 23 Feb 1996
  2 MO Odumbe, KO Otieno 3 102 Ken Aus Visakhapatnam 23 Feb 1996
 
8 1 M Azharuddin, SR Tendulkar 3 175 Ind Srl Delhi 02 Mar 1996
  2 A Ranatunga, HP Tillakaratne 5 131* Srl Ind Delhi 02 Mar 1996
 
9 1 PA de Silva, AP Gurusinha 3 183 Srl Ken Kandy 06 Mar 1996
  2 PA de Silva, A Ranatunga 4 106 Srl Ken Kandy 06 Mar 1996
  3 HS Modi, SO Tikolo 4 137 Ken Srl Kandy 06 Mar 1996
 
10 1 RT Ponting, MA Taylor 2 101 Aus Srl Lahore 17 Mar 1996
  2 PA de Silva, AP Gurusinha 3 125 Srl Aus Lahore 17 Mar 1996
 
11 1 RD Shah, SO Tikolo 2 100 Ken Eng Canterbury 18 May 1999
  2 GA Hick, N Hussain 2 159* Eng Ken Canterbury 18 May 1999
 
12 1 R Dravid, SR Tendulkar 3 237* Ind Ken Bristol 23 May 1999
  2 KO Otieno, SO Tikolo 3 118 Ken Ind Bristol 23 May 1999
 
13 1 Abdul Razzaq, Inzamam-ul-Haq 4 118 Pak Aus Leeds 23 May 1999
  2 MG Bevan, SR Waugh 5 113 Aus Pak Leeds 23 May 1999
 
14 1 MS Atapattu, A Ranatunga 4 104 Srl Ken Southampton 30 May 1999
  2 MO Odumbe, AV Vadher 6 161 Ken Srl Southampton 30 May 1999
 
15 1 ME Waugh, SR Waugh 3 129 Aus Zim Lord’s 09 Jun 1999
  2 MW Goodwin, NC Johnson 2 114 Zim Aus Lord’s 09 Jun 1999
 
16 1 AC Gilchrist, ML Hayden 1 106 Aus RSA Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
  2 MJ Clarke, RT Ponting 3 161 Aus RSA Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
  3 AB de Villiers, GC Smith 1 160 RSA Aus Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
 
17 1 IR Bell, KP Pietersen 3 140 Eng Aus North Sound 08 Apr 2007
  2 MJ Clarke, RT Ponting 3 112 Aus Eng North Sound 08 Apr 2007
 
18 1 M Jayawardene, LPC Silva 4 140 Srl Aus St George’s 16 Apr 2007
  2 RT Ponting, A Symonds 4 106* Aus Srl St George’s 16 Apr 2007
 
19 1 AC Gilchrist, ML Hayden 1 172 Aus Srl Bridgetown 28 Apr 2007
  2 ST Jayasuriya, KC Sangakkara 2 116 Srl Aus Bridgetown 28 Apr 2007
 
20 1 DM Bravo, DS Smith 2 111 Win RSA Delhi 24 Feb 2011
  2 AB de Villiers, GC Smith 3 119 RSA Win Delhi 24 Feb 2011
                 
21 1 G Gambhir, SR Tendulkar 2 134 Ind Eng Bangalore 27 Feb 2011
  2 IR Bell, AJ Strauss 3 170 Eng Ind Bangalore 27 Feb 2011
                 
22 1 IR Bell, IJL Trott 3 167 Eng Ire Bangalore 02 Mar 2011
  2 AR Cusack, KJ O’Brien 6 162 Ire Eng Bangalore 02 Mar 2011
                 
23 1 TM Dilshan, WU Tharanga 1 282 Srl Zim Pallekele 10 Mar 2011
  2 RW Chakabva, BRM Taylor 1 116 Zim Srl Pallekele 10 Mar 2011
                 
24 1 MJ Clarke, MEK Hussey 5 114 Aus Ken Bangalore 13 Mar 2011
  2 T Mishra, CO Obuya 4 115 Ken Aus Bangalore 13 Mar 2011
                 
25 1 PW Borren, RN ten Doeschate 5 121 Net Ire Kolkata 18 Mar 2011
  2 WTS Porterfield, PR Stirling 1 177 Ire Net Kolkata 18 Mar 2011
                 
26 1 JP Duminy, DA Miller 5 256* RSA Zim Hamilton 15 Feb 2015
  2 CJ Chibhabha, H Masakadza 2 105 Zim RSA Hamilton 15 Feb 2015
                 
27 1 KJ Coetzer, PL Mommsen 4 141 Sco Ban Nelson 05 Mar 2015
  2 Mahmudullah, Tamim Iqbal 2 139 Ban Sco Nelson 05 Mar 2015
                 
28 1 A Balbirnie, EC Joyce 3 138 Ire Zim Hobart 07 Mar 2015
  2 BRM Taylor, SC Williams 5 149 Zim Ire Hobart 07 Mar 2015
                 
29 1 MJ Clarke, SPD Smith 3 134 Aus Srl Sydney 08 Mar 2015
  2 GJ Maxwell, SR Watson 5 160 Aus Srl Sydney 08 Mar 2015
  3 TM Dilshan, KC Sangakkara 2 130 Srl Aus Sydney 08 Mar 2015
                 
30 1 TM Dilshan, KC Sangakkara 2 195 Srl Sco Hobart 11 Mar 2015
  2 FRJ Coleman, PL Mommsen 4 118 Sco Srl Hobart 11 Mar 2015
                 
31 1 CR Ervine, BRM Taylor 5 109 Zim Ind Auckland 14 Mar 2015
  2 MS Dhoni, SK Raina 5 196* Ind Zim Auckland 14 Mar 2015
                 
32 1 AB de Villiers, F du Plessis 4 103 RSA NZl Auckland 24 Mar 2015
  2 CJ Anderson, GD Elliott 5 103 NZl RSA Auckland 24 Mar 2015
                 
33 1 GD Elliott, LRPL Taylor 4 111 NZl Aus Melbourne 29 Mar 2015
  2 MJ Clarke, SPD Smith 3 112 Aus NZl Melbourne 29 Mar 2015
                 
34 1 JM Bairstow, JJ Roy 1 128 Eng Ban Cardiff 08 Jun 2019
  2 Mushfiqur Rahim, Shakib Al Hasan 3 106 Ban Eng Cardiff 08 Jun 2019
                 
35 1 AJ Finch, SPD Smith 3 173 Aus Srl The Oval 15 Jun 2019
  2 FDM Karunaratne, MDKJ Perera 1 115 Srl Aus The Oval 15 Jun 2019
                 
36 1 KL Rahul, RG Sharma 1 136 Ind Pak Manchester 16 Jun 2019
  2 Babar Azam, Fakhar Zaman 2 104 Pak Ind Manchester 16 Jun 2019
                 
37 1 SD Hope, E Lewis 2 116 Win Ban Taunton 17 Jun 2019
  2 Liton Das, Shakib Al Hasan 4 189* Ban Win Taunton 17 Jun 2019
                 
38 1 AJ Finch, DA Warner 1 121 Aus Ban Nottingham 20 Jun 2019
  2 UT Khawaja, DA Warner 2 114* Aus Ban Nottingham 20 Jun 2019
  3 Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmadullah 5 127 Ban Aus Nottingham 20 Jun 2019

This game witnessed three three figure partnerships. AJ Finch-DA Warner added 121 runs for the first wicket and DA Warner-UT Khawaja added 192 runs for the second wicket in Australia’s innings. Mushfiqur Rahim-Mahmadullah added 127 runs for the fifth wicket in Bangladesh’ innings.  This provides the fourth occasion of a world cup game witnessing three three figure partnerships – two by a team and one by its opponent in a World Cup game. All such occasions are tabulated below

No No Partners Wkt Runs Team Opp Ground Date
1 1 PA de Silva, AP Gurusinha 3 183 Srl Ken Kandy 06 Mar 1996
  2 PA de Silva, A Ranatunga 4 106 Srl Ken Kandy 06 Mar 1996
  3 HS Modi, SO Tikolo 4 137 Ken Srl Kandy 06 Mar 1996
 
2 1 AC Gilchrist, ML Hayden 1 106 Aus RSA Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
  2 MJ Clarke, RT Ponting 3 161 Aus RSA Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
  3 AB de Villiers, GC Smith 1 160 RSA Aus Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
 
3 1 MJ Clarke, SPD Smith 3 134 Aus Srl Sydney 08 Mar 2015
  2 GJ Maxwell, SR Watson 5 160 Aus Srl Sydney 08 Mar 2015
  3 TM Dilshan, KC Sangakkara 2 130 Srl Aus Sydney 08 Mar 2015
                 
4 1 AJ Finch, DA Warner 1 121 Aus Ban Nottingham 20 Jun 2019
  2 UT Khawaja, DA Warner 2 114* Aus Ban Nottingham 20 Jun 2019
  3 Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmadullah 5 127 Ban Aus Nottingham 20 Jun 2019

ICC World Cup 2019 – Match No 25 – Stats highlights

Match No 25 New Zealand Vs South Africa at Birmingham on 19 Jun 2019 – New Zealand won by four wickets

New Zealand won this game by four wickets with three deliveries to spare to provide the 30th occasion of a team winning a World Cup game by single digit {one to nine} deliveries to spare. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Bangladesh won 5 wickets 9 v India Port of Spain 17 Mar 2007
2 Kenya won 4 wickets 9 v Canada Cape Town 15 Feb 2003
3 New Zealand won 5 wickets 9 v West Indies Auckland 08 Mar 1992
4 England won 6 wickets 8 v Netherlands Nagpur 22 Feb 2011
5 India won 6 wickets 8 v Zimbabwe Auckland 14 Mar 2015
6 Sri Lanka won 6 wickets 8 v India Delhi 02 Mar 1996
7 New Zealand won 4 wickets 7 v India Manchester 14 Jun 1975
8 New Zealand won 3 wickets 7 v Bangladesh Hamilton 13 Mar 2015
9 West Indies won 4 wickets 7 v Australia Jaipur 04 Mar 1996
10 Bangladesh won 2 wickets 6 v England Chattogram 11 Mar 2011
11 Pakistan won 4 wickets 6 v New Zealand Auckland 21 Mar 1992
12 Pakistan won 7 wickets 6 v England Karachi 20 Oct 1987
13 South Africa won 3 wickets 6 v Pakistan Nottingham 05 Jun 1999
14 Ireland won 3 wickets 5 v England Bengaluru 02 Mar 2011
15 Pakistan won 4 wickets 5 v Sri Lanka Perth 15 Mar 1992
16 South Africa won 6 wickets 5 v India Adelaide 15 Mar 1992
17 Ireland won 2 wickets 4 v U.A.E. Brisbane 25 Feb 2015
18 Sri Lanka won 3 wickets 4 v Zimbabwe New Plymouth 23 Feb 1992
19 Afghanistan won 1 wickets 3 v Scotland Dunedin 26 Feb 2015
20 England won 2 wickets 3 v West Indies Gujranwala 09 Oct 1987
21 New Zealand won 4 wickets 3 v South Africa Birmingham 19 Jun 2019
22 Australia won 2 wickets 2 v England Port Elizabeth 02 Mar 2003
23 Australia won 5 wickets 2 v South Africa Leeds 13 Jun 1999
24 South Africa won 3 wickets 2 v India Nagpur 12 Mar 2011
25 West Indies won 1 wickets 2 v Pakistan Birmingham 11 Jun 1975
26 England won 3 wickets 1 v South Africa Melbourne 12 Mar 1992
27 England won 1 wickets 1 v West Indies Bridgetown 21 Apr 2007
28 New Zealand won 2 wickets 1 v England Birmingham 15 Jun 1983
29 New Zealand won 4 wickets 1 v South Africa Auckland 24 Mar 2015
30 Sri Lanka won 3 wickets 1 v South Africa Wellington 02 Mar 1992

New Zealand won this game by four wickets with three deliveries to spare to provide the third occasion of a team winning a World Cup game by exact three deliveries to spare. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Afghanistan won 1 wickets 3 v Scotland Dunedin 26 Feb 2015
2 England won 2 wickets 3 v West Indies Gujranwala 09 Oct 1987
3 New Zealand won 4 wickets 3 v South Africa Birmingham 19 Jun 2019

New Zealand won this game by four wickets with three deliveries to spare to provide the sixth occasion of New Zealand winning a World Cup game by single digit {one to nine} deliveries to spare. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 New Zealand won 5 wickets 9 v West Indies Auckland 08 Mar 1992
2 New Zealand won 4 wickets 7 v India Manchester 14 Jun 1975
3 New Zealand won 3 wickets 7 v Bangladesh Hamilton 13 Mar 2015
4 New Zealand won 4 wickets 3 v South Africa Birmingham 19 Jun 2019
5 New Zealand won 2 wickets 1 v England Birmingham 15 Jun 1983
6 New Zealand won 4 wickets 1 v South Africa Auckland 24 Mar 2015

New Zealand won this game by four wickets with three deliveries to spare to provide the second occasion of New Zealand winning a World Cup game by single digit {one to nine} deliveries to spare against South Africa. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 New Zealand won 4 wickets 3 v South Africa Birmingham 19 Jun 2019
2 New Zealand won 4 wickets 1 v South Africa Auckland 24 Mar 2015

New Zealand won this game by four wickets with three deliveries to spare to provide the fifth occasion of a team winning a World Cup game by single digit {one to nine} deliveries to spare against South Africa. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 New Zealand won 4 wickets 3 v South Africa Birmingham 19 Jun 2019
2 Australia won 5 wickets 2 v South Africa Leeds 13 Jun 1999
3 England won 3 wickets 1 v South Africa Melbourne 12 Mar 1992
4 New Zealand won 4 wickets 1 v South Africa Auckland 24 Mar 2015
5 Sri Lanka won 3 wickets 1 v South Africa Wellington 02 Mar 1992

KS Williamson scored 106 not out in this game to provide the 178th occasion of a batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup. It also provide the 16th occasion of a New Zealand batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup

KS Williamson scored 106 not out in this game to provide the 28th occasion of a captain scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup. It also provide the sixth occasion of a New Zealand captain scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup

KS Williamson became the fifth captain in the history of the World Cup to score a century in the second innings and won the game. All such occasions are tabulated below. His feat provides the sixth such occasion

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 GM Turner 114* 2 NZl Ind Manchester 14 Jun 1975
2 SR Waugh 120* 2 Aus RSA Leeds 13 Jun 1999
3 SP Fleming 134* 2 NZl RSA Johannesburg 16 Feb 2003
4 SC Ganguly 107* 2 Ind Ken Cape Town 07 Mar 2003
5 SP Fleming 102* 2 NZl Ban North Sound 02 Apr 2007
6 KS Williamson 106* 2 NZl RSA Birmingham 19 Jun 2019

KS Williamson became the third New Zealand captain in the history of the World Cup to score a century in the second innings and won the game. All such occasions are tabulated below. His feat provides the fourth such occasion

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 GM Turner 114* 2 NZl Ind Manchester 14 Jun 1975
3 SP Fleming 134* 2 NZl RSA Johannesburg 16 Feb 2003
5 SP Fleming 102* 2 NZl Ban North Sound 02 Apr 2007
6 KS Williamson 106* 2 NZl RSA Birmingham 19 Jun 2019

KS Williamson became the second New Zealand captain in the history of the World Cup to score a century in the second innings and won the game agsinst South Africa. Both the occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 GM Turner 114* 2 NZl Ind Manchester 14 Jun 1975
3 SP Fleming 134* 2 NZl RSA Johannesburg 16 Feb 2003
5 SP Fleming 102* 2 NZl Ban North Sound 02 Apr 2007
6 KS Williamson 106* 2 NZl RSA Birmingham 19 Jun 2019

KS Williamson became the third captain in the history of the World Cup to score a century in the second innings and won the game against South Africa. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 SR Waugh 120* 2 Aus RSA Leeds 13 Jun 1999
2 SP Fleming 134* 2 NZl RSA Johannesburg 16 Feb 2003
3 KS Williamson 106* 2 NZl RSA Birmingham 19 Jun 2019

ICC World Cup 2019 – Match No 24 – Stats highlights

Match No 24 – England Vs Afghanistan at Manchester on 18 Jun 19 – England won by 150 runs

England posted a team total of 397 for 6 in this game to provide the 23rd occasion of a team posting s team total of 350 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the second  occasion of England posting s team total of 350 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup. The first occasion was its 386 for 6 against Bangladesh at Cardiff on 08.06.19. Thus England’s 397 for 6 in this game represents England’s highest team total in an innings in the World Cup

England posted a team total of 397 for 6 in this game to provide the 104th occasion of a team posting s team total of 300 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 12th occasion of England posting s team total of 300 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup.

EJG Morgan scored 148 in this game to provide the 177th occasion of a batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 16th occasion of an England batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup

EJG Morgan scored 148 in this game to provide the 27th occasion of a captain scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the second occasion of an England captain scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup. The first occasion was AJ Strauss’ 158 against India at Bengaluru on 27.02.11

JM Bairstow scored 90 in this game to provide the 61st occasion of a batsman scoring a ninety in an innings in the World Cup, It also provides the  occasion of an England batsman scoring a ninety in an innings in the World Cup

JM Bairstow scored 90 in this game to provide the 19th occasion of an opening batsman scoring a ninety in an innings in the World Cup, It also provides the second occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a ninety in an innings in the World Cup. The first occasion was GA Gooch’s 92 against West Indies at Jaipur on 26.10.87

EJG Morgan {148} and JM Bairstow scored century and ninety in this game to provide the eighth occasion of a batsman scoring a century and a ninety in the same innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Batsmen Runs Team Opp Ground Date
1 AC Gilchrist 99 Aus Srl Centurion 07 Mar 2003
  RT Ponting 114 Aus Srl Centurion 07 Mar 2003
             
2 MJ Clarke 93* Aus Net Basseterre 18 Mar 2007
  BJ Hodge 123 Aus Net Basseterre 18 Mar 2007
             
3 ML Hayden 101 Aus RSA Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
  RT Ponting 91 Aus RSA Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
  MJ Clarke 92 Aus RSA Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
             
4 M Jayawardene 100 Srl Can Hambantota 20 Feb 2011
  KC Sangakkara 92 Srl Can Hambantota 20 Feb 2011
             
5 EC Joyce 112 Ire Zim Hobart 07 Mar 2015
  A  Balabirni 97 Ire Zim Hobart 07 Mar 2015
             
6 BRM Taylor 121 Zim Ire Hobart 07 Mar 2015
  SC Williams 96 Zim Ire Hobart 07 Mar 2015
             
7 Shakib Al Hasan 124* Ban Win Taunton 17 Jun 2019
  Liton Das 92* Ban Win Taunton 17 Jun 2019
             
8 JM  Bairstow 90 Eng Afg Manchester 18 Jun 2019
  EJG Morgan 148 Eng Afg Manchester 18 Jun 2019

JM Bairstow {90},JE Root {88} and EJG Morgan {148} scored fifties in this game to provide the 15th  occasion of batsmen batting at number two, three and four scoring fifties in an innings in  the World Cup. It also provides the second such feat by England batsmen in the World Cup. The first such occasion was against Ireland at Bengaluru on

02.03.11. KP Pietersen {59}, IJL Trott {92} and IR Bell {81} were the batsmen who had scored fifties in this  game

JM Bairstow {90},JE Root {88} and EJG Morgan {148} scored fifties in this game to provide the  sixth  occasion of batsmen batting at number two, three and four scoring fifties – of which one is a century –  in an innings in  the World Cup.

JM Bairstow-JE Root added 120 for the  second wicket and JE Root-EJG Morgan added 189 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 20th occasion of batsmen posting two three figure partnerships in an innings in the  World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Team Opp Ground Date
1 RB McCosker, A Turner 1 182 Aus Srl The Oval 11 Jun 1975
  GS Chappell, KD Walters 4 117 Aus Srl The Oval 11 Jun 1975
               
2 DL Haynes, IVA Richards 3 182 Win Srl Karachi 13 Oct 1987
  AL Logie, IVA Richards 4 116 Win Srl Karachi 13 Oct 1987
               
3 WJ Cronje, G Kirsten 2 116 RSA UAE Rawalpindi 16 Feb 1996
  DJ Cullinan, G Kirsten 3 145* RSA UAE Rawalpindi 16 Feb 1996
               
4 PA de Silva, AP Gurusinha 3 183 Srl Ken Kandy 06 Mar 1996
  PA de Silva, A Ranatunga 4 106 Srl Ken Kandy 06 Mar 1996
               
5 MA Vermeulen, CB Wishart 1 107 Zim Nam Harare 10 Feb 2003
  GW Flower, CB Wishart 3 166* Zim Nam Harare 10 Feb 2003
               
6 AC Gilchrist, RT Ponting 2 106 Aus Srl Centurion 07 Mar 2003
  DR Martyn, RT Ponting 3 112 Aus Srl Centurion 07 Mar 2003
               
7 AC Gilchrist, ML Hayden 1 105 Aus Ind Johannesburg 23 Mar 2003
  DR Martyn, RT Ponting 3 234* Aus Ind Johannesburg 23 Mar 2003
               
8 SC Ganguly, V Sehwag 2 202 Ind Ber Port of Spain 19 Mar 2007
  SR Tendulkar, Yuvraj Singh 5 122 Ind Ber Port of Spain 19 Mar 2007
               
9 AC Gilchrist, ML Hayden 1 106 Aus RSA Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
  MJ Clarke, RT Ponting 3 161 Aus RSA Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
               
10 V Sehwag, SR Tendulkar 1 142 Ind RSA Nagpur 12 Mar 2011
  G Gambhir, SR Tendulkar 2 125 Ind RSA Nagpur 12 Mar 2011
               
11 V Sibanda, T Taibu 3 110 Zim Ken Kolkata 20 Mar 2011
  E Chigumbura, CR Ervine 5 105 Zim Ken Kolkata 20 Mar 2011
               
12 S Dhawan, V Kohli 2 129 Ind Pak Adelaide 15 Feb 2015
  V Kohli, SK Raina 3 110 Ind Pak Adelaide 15 Feb 2015
               
13 S Dhawan, V Kohli 2 127 Ind RSA Melbourne 22 Feb 2015
  S Dhawan, AM Rahane 3 125 Ind RSA Melbourne 22 Feb 2015
               
14 TM Dilshan, HDRL Thirimanne 1 122 Srl Ban Melbourne 26 Feb 2015
  TM Dilshan, KC Sangakkara 2 210* Srl Ban Melbourne 26 Feb 2015
               
15 HM Amla, F du Plessis 2 127 RSA Win Sydney 27 Feb 2015
  AB de Villiers, RR Rossouw 4 134 RSA Win Sydney 27 Feb 2015
               
16 TM Dilshan, HDRL Thirimanne 1 100 Srl Eng Wellington 01 Mar 2015
  KC Sangakkara, HDRL Thirimanne 2 212* Srl Eng Wellington 01 Mar 2015
               
17 HM Amla, F du Plessis 2 247 RSA Ire Canberra 03 Mar 2015
  DA Miller, RR Rossouw 5 110* RSA Ire Canberra 03 Mar 2015
               
18 MJ Clarke, SPD Smith 3 134 Aus Srl Sydney 08 Mar 2015
  GJ Maxwell, SR Watson 5 160 Aus Srl Sydney 08 Mar 2015
               
19 JE Root, JJ Roy 2 106 Eng RSA The Oval 30 May 2019
  EJG Morgan, BA Stokes 4 106 Eng RSA The Oval 30 May 2019
               
20 JM Bairstow, JE Root 2 120 Eng Afg Manchester 18 Jun 2019
  EJG Morgan, JE Root 3 189 Eng Afg Manchester 18 Jun 2019

JM Bairstow-JE Root added 120 for the  second wicket and JE Root-EJG Morgan added 189 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the second occasion of England batsmen posting two three figure partnerships in an innings in the  World Cup. Both such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Team Opp Ground Date
1 JE Root, JJ Roy 2 106 Eng RSA The Oval 30 May 2019
  EJG Morgan, BA Stokes 4 106 Eng RSA The Oval 30 May 2019
               
2 JM Bairstow, JE Root 2 120 Eng Afg Manchester 18 Jun 2019
  EJG Morgan, JE Root 3 189 Eng Afg Manchester 18 Jun 2019

JM Bairstow-JE Root added 120 for the  second wicket and JE Root-EJG Morgan added 189 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 284th and 285th occasion of batsmen posting three figure partnerships in an innings in the  World Cup. It also provides the 31st and 32nd occasion of England batsmen posting three figure partnerships in an innings in the  World Cup.

JM Bairstow-JE Root added 120 for the second wicket in this game to provide the 66th occasion of batsmen posting three figure partnerships in an innings in the World Cup for the second wicket. It also provides the seventh occasion of England batsmen posting three figure partnerships in an innings in the World Cup for the second wicket

JE Root-EJG Morgan added 189 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 70th occasion of batsmen posting three figure partnerships in an innings in the  World Cup for the third wicket.  It also provides the eleventh occasion of England batsmen posting three figure partnerships in an innings in the World Cup for the third wicket.

JE Root-EJG Morgan added 189 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the highest partnership in an innings in the  World Cup for the third wicket. The previous best stand was 170 runs between AJ Strauss and IR Bell against India at Bengaluru on 27.02.11

Rashid Khan returned with figures of none for 110 in this game to provide the fourth occasion of a bowler conceding 100 plus runs in an innings. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Rashid Khan 9.0 0 110 0 Afghanistan v England Manchester 18 Jun 2019
2 MC Snedden 12.0 1 105 2 New Zealand v England The Oval 09 Jun 1983
3 JO Holder 10.0 2 104 1 West Indies v South Africa Sydney 27 Feb 2015
4 Dawlat Zadran 10.0 1 101 2 Afghanistan v Australia Perth 04 Mar 2015

Rashid Khan became the most expensive bowler in terms of runs conceded in an innings in the World Cup. The previous record holder was MC Snedden of New Zealand. He had leaked 105 runs against England at The Oval on 09 Jun 1983. Both the occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Rashid Khan 9.0 0 110 0 Afghanistan v England Manchester 18 Jun 2019
2 MC Snedden 12.0 1 105 2 New Zealand v England The Oval 09 Jun 1983

Rashid Khan became the most expensive bowler in terms of runs conceded in an innings in the World Cup against England. The previous record holder was MC Snedden of New Zealand. He had leaked 105 runs at The Oval on 09 Jun 1983. Both the occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Rashid Khan 9.0 0 110 0 Afghanistan v England Manchester 18 Jun 2019
2 MC Snedden 12.0 1 105 2 New Zealand v England The Oval 09 Jun 1983

Rashid Khan earned the dubious  distinction of becoming the first bowler in the world Cup to concede 100 plus runs without capturing a wicket. He returned with figures of none for 110 in this game.

England won this match by 150 runs to provide the 32nd occasion of a team winning a World Cup game by 150 plus runs margin. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Australia won 275 runs v Afghanistan Perth 04 Mar 2015
2 India won 257 runs v Bermuda Port of Spain 19 Mar 2007
3 South Africa won 257 runs v West Indies Sydney 27 Feb 2015
4 Australia won 256 runs v Namibia Potchefstroom 27 Feb 2003
5 Sri Lanka won 243 runs v Bermuda Port of Spain 15 Mar 2007
6 South Africa won 231 runs v Netherlands Mohali 03 Mar 2011
7 Australia won 229 runs v Netherlands Basseterre 18 Mar 2007
8 South Africa won 221 runs v Netherlands Basseterre 16 Mar 2007
9 Australia won 215 runs v New Zealand St George’s 20 Apr 2007
10 West Indies won 215 runs v Netherlands Delhi 28 Feb 2011
11 Sri Lanka won 210 runs v Canada Hambantota 20 Feb 2011
12 South Africa won 206 runs v Bangladesh Dhaka 19 Mar 2011
13 Pakistan won 205 runs v Kenya Hambantota 23 Feb 2011
14 Australia won 203 runs v Scotland Basseterre 14 Mar 2007
15 England won 202 runs v India Lord’s 07 Jun 1975
16 South Africa won 201 runs v Ireland Canberra 03 Mar 2015
17 Sri Lanka won 198 runs v Bangladesh Port of Spain 21 Mar 2007
18 England won 196 runs v East Africa Birmingham 14 Jun 1975
19 Pakistan won 192 runs v Sri Lanka Nottingham 14 Jun 1975
20 West Indies won 191 runs v Sri Lanka Karachi 13 Oct 1987
21 India won 183 runs v Sri Lanka Johannesburg 10 Mar 2003
22 India won 181 runs v Namibia Pietermaritzburg 23 Feb 2003
23 New Zealand won 181 runs v East Africa Birmingham 07 Jun 1975
24 Zimbabwe won 175 runs v Canada Nagpur 28 Feb 2011
25 Pakistan won 171 runs v Namibia Kimberley 16 Feb 2003
26 South Africa won 169 runs v U.A.E. Rawalpindi 16 Feb 1996
27 Australia won 162 runs v India Nottingham 13 Jun 1983
28 Zimbabwe won 161 runs v Kenya Kolkata 20 Mar 2011
29 South Africa won 160 runs v Netherlands Rawalpindi 05 Mar 1996
30 India won 157 runs v Sri Lanka Taunton 26 May 1999
31 England won 150 runs v Afghanistan Manchester 18 Jun 2019
32 West Indies won 150 runs v Pakistan Christchurch 21 Feb 2015

England won this match by 150 runs to provide the third occasion of England winning a World Cup game by 150 plus runs margin. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 England won 202 runs v India Lord’s 07 Jun 1975
2 England won 196 runs v East Africa Birmingham 14 Jun 1975
3 England won 150 runs v Afghanistan Manchester 18 Jun 2019

England won this match by 150 runs to provide the tenth occasion of England winning a World Cup game by 100 plus runs margin. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Winner Margin Opposition Ground Match Date
1 England 202 runs v India Lord’s 07 Jun 1975
2 England 196 runs v East Africa Birmingham 14 Jun 1975
3 England 150 runs v Afghanistan Manchester 18 Jun 2019
4 England 119 runs v Scotland Christchurch 23 Feb 2015
5 England 112 runs v Pakistan Cape Town 22 Feb 2003
6 England 108 runs v Sri Lanka Peshawar 17 Oct 1987
7 England 106 runs v New Zealand The Oval 09 Jun 1983
8 England 106 runs v Sri Lanka Ballarat 09 Mar 1992
9 England 106 runs v Bangladesh Cardiff 08 Jun 2019
10 England 104 runs v South Africa The Oval 30 May 2019

EJG Morgan scored 17 boundary sixes in his knock of 148 runs in this game. He now owns the record for most sixes in a innings by a batsman in one day internationals. He went past RG Sharma, AB de Villiers and CH Gayle who had scored 16 boundary sixes in an innings. The following table lists these four batsmen

No Player Runs 6s Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 EJG Morgan 148 17 1 Eng Afg Manchester 18 Jun 2019
2 RG Sharma 209 16 1 Ind Aus Bengaluru 2 Nov 2013
3 AB de Villiers 149 16 1 RSA Win Johannesburg 18 Jan 2015
4 CH Gayle 215 16 1 Win Zim Canberra 24 Feb 2015

EJG Morgan scored 17 boundary sixes in his knock of 148 runs in this game. He now owns the record for most sixes in a innings by a batsman in a World Cup game. He went past CH Gayle who had scored 16 boundary sixes in an innings against Zimbabwe at Canberra on 24.02.15. The following table lists these two batsmen

No Player Runs 6s Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 EJG Morgan 148 17 1 Eng Afg Manchester 18 Jun 2019
2 CH Gayle 215 16 1 Win Zim Canberra 24 Feb 2015

Dawlat Zardan {3 for 85} and Rashid Khan {none for 110} conceded 80 plus runs in this game to provide the 36th  and 37th occasion of a bowler  conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the fourth and fifth occasion of Afghanistan bowlers conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup

Dawlat Zardan {3 for 85} and Rashid Khan {none for 110} conceded 80 plus runs in this game to provide the third  occasion of two bowler  conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the first  occasion of two Afghanistan bowlers conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup

ICC World Cup 2019 – Match No 23 – Stats highlights

Match No 23  Bangladesh Vs West Indies at Taunton on 17 Jun 19 – Bangladesh won by seven wickets

West Indies posted a total of 321 for 8 and Bangladesh posted a total of 323 for 3 in this game to provide the fourteenth occasion of both teams posting a total of 300 plus runs in a match in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Opposition Ground Date
1 Sri Lanka 313/07 49.2 Zimbabwe New Plymouth 23 Feb 1992
  Zimbabwe 312/04 50.0 Sri Lanka New Plymouth 23 Feb 1992
             
2 England 301/09 49.5 West Indies Bridgetown 21 Apr 2007
  West Indies 300/10 49.5 England Bridgetown 21 Apr 2007
             
3 India 338/10 49.5 England Bangalore 27 Feb 2011
  England 338/08 50.0 India Bangalore 27 Feb 2011
             
4 England 327/08 50.0 Ireland Bangalore 02 Mar 2011
  Ireland 329/07 49.1 England Bangalore 02 Mar 2011
             
5 Netherlands 306/10 50.0 Ireland Kolkata 18 Mar 2011
  Ireland 307/04 47.4 Netherlands Kolkata 18 Mar 2011
             
5 West Indies 304/07 50.0 Ireland Nelson 16 Feb 2015
  Ireland 307/06 45.5 West Indies Nelson 16 Feb 2015
             
7 England 309/06 50.0 Sri Lanka Wellington 01 Mar 2015
  Sri Lanka 312/01 47.2 England Wellington 01 Mar 2015
             
8 Scotland 318/08 50.0 Bangladesh Nelson 05 Mar 2015
  Bangladesh 322/04 48.1 Scotland Nelson 05 Mar 2015
             
9 Ireland 331/08 50.0 Zimbabwe Hobart 07 Mar 2015
  Zimbabwe 326/10 49.3 Ireland Hobart 07 Mar 2015
             
10 Australia 376/09 50.0 Sri Lanka Sydney 08 Mar 2015
  Sri Lanka 312/10 46.2 Australia Sydney 08 Mar 2015
             
11 Bangladesh 330/06 50.0 South Africa The Oval 02 Jun 2019
  South Africa 309/08 50.0 Bangladesh The Oval 02 Jun 2019
             
12 Pakistan 348/08 50.0 England Nottingham 03 Jun 2019
  England 334/09 50.0 Pakistan Nottingham 03 Jun 2019
             
13 India 352/06 50.0 Australia The Oval 09 Jun 2019
  Australia 316/10 50.0 India The Oval 09 Jun 2019
             
14 West Indies 321/08 50.0 Bangladesh Taunton 17 Jun 2019
  Bangaldesh 322/03 41.3 West Indies Taunton 17 Jun 2019

West Indies lost the game despite posting 321 for 8 to provide the 14th occasion of a team losing a game in the World Cup after posting 300 plus runs. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Opposition Ground Date
1 Zimbabwe 312/04 50.0 Sri Lanka New Plymouth 23 Feb 1992
2 South Africa 306/06 50.0 New Zealand Johannesburg 16 Feb 2003
3 West Indies 300/10 49.5 England Bridgetown 21 Apr 2007
4 England 327/08 50.0 Ireland Bangalore 02 Mar 2011
5 Netherlands 306/10 50.0 Ireland Kolkata 18 Mar 2011
6 West Indies 304/07 50.0 Ireland Nelson 16 Feb 2015
7 England 309/06 50.0 Sri Lanka Wellington 01 Mar 2015
8 Scotland 318/08 50.0 Bangladesh Nelson 05 Mar 2015
9 Zimbabwe 326/10 49.3 Ireland Hobart 07 Mar 2015
10 Sri Lanka 312/10 46.2 Australia Sydney 08 Mar 2015
11 South Africa 309/06 50.0 Bangladesh The Oval 02 Jun 2019
12 England 334/09 50.0 Pakistan Nottingham 03 Jun 2019
13 Australia 316/10 50.0 India The Oval 09 Jun 2019
14 West Indies 321/08 50.0 Bangladesh Taunton 17 Jun 2019

Bangladesh won the third game in the World Cup when its opponent has scored 300 plus runs. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Opposition Ground Date
1 Scotland 318/08 50.0 Bangladesh Nelson 05 Mar 2015
2 South Africa 309/06 50.0 Bangladesh The Oval 02 Jun 2019
3 West Indies 321/08 50.0 Bangladesh Taunton 17 Jun 2019

West Indies posted a total of 321 for 8 and Bangladesh posted a total of 323 for 3 in this game to provide the 101st occasion and 102nd occasion of a team posting a total of 300 plus runs in a match in the World Cup

West Indies posted a total of 321 for 8 in this game to provide the seventh occasion of West Indies posting a total of 300 plus runs in a match in the World Cup. Bangladesh posted a total of 323 for 3 in this game to provide the third occasion of Bangladesh posting a total of 300 plus runs in a match in the World Cup

CH Gayle became the 13th opening batsman in the history of the World Cup to score a duck after facing ten or more deliveries. He collected the duck after facing 13 deliveries in this game

He also became the fifth opening batsman in the World Cup to score a duck after facing 13 or more deliveries. The following table lists all the five batsmen

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 Frasat Ali 0 17 2 EAF Eng Birmingham 14 Jun 1975
2 WW Hinds 0 16 1 Win RSA Cape Town 09 Feb 2003
3 I Maraj 0 14 1 Can NZl Benoni 03 Mar 2003
4 K Srikkanth 0 13 1 Ind Zim Tunbridge Wells 18 Jun 1983
5 CH Gayle 0 13 1 Win Ban Taunton 17 Jun 2019

SD Hope scored 96 in this game to provide the 59th occasion of a batsman scoring a ninety in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the ninth occasion of West Indies batsman scoring a ninety in an innings in the World Cup.

SD Hope scored 96 in this game to provide the sixth occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a ninety in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the first occasion of West Indies wicket keeper batsman scoring a ninety in an innings in the World Cup.

Liton Das scored 94 not out in this game to provide the 60th occasion of a batsman scoring a ninety in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the second occasion of Bangladesh batsman scoring a ninety in an innings in the World Cup. Tamim Iqbal was the other batsman. He had scored 95 against Scotland at Nelson on 05.03.15

SD Hope scored 96 in this game in West Indies’ innings and Liton Das scored 94 not out in Bangladesh’s innings to provide the eighth occasion of rival batsmen scoring nineties in a World Cup game.

No No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 1 GA Gooch 92 1 Eng Win Jaipur 26 Oct 1987
  2 RB Richardson 93 2 Win Eng Jaipur 26 Oct 1987
                 
2 1 DM Jones 90 1 Aus Ind Brisbane 01 Mar 1992
  2 M Azharuddin 93 2 Ind Aus Brisbane 01 Mar 1992
                 
3 1 SC Ganguly 97 1 Ind RSA Hove 15 May 1999
  2 JH Kallis 96 2 RSA Ind Hove 15 May 1999
                 
4 1 AC Gilchrist 99 1 Aus Srl Centurion 07 Mar 2003
  2 PA de Silva 92 2 Srl Aus Centurion 07 Mar 2003
                 
5 1 RT Ponting 91 1 Aus RSA Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
  2 MJ Clarke 92 1 Aus RSA Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
  3 AB de Villiers 92 2 RSA Aus Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
                 
6 1 MJ Clarke 93 1 Aus Ken Bangalore 13 Mar 2011
  2 CO Obuya 98* 2 Ken Aus Bangalore 13 Mar 2011
                 
7 1 A Balbirnie 97 1 Ire Zim Hobart 07 Mar 2015
  2 SC Williams 96 2 Zim Ire Hobart 07 Mar 2015
                 
8 1 SD Hope 96 1 Win Ban Taunton 17 Jun 2019
  2 Liton Das 92* 2 Ban Win Taunton 17 Jun 2019

Shakib Al Hasan {124 not out} and Liton Das {92 not out} scored century and ninety in this game to provide the seventh occasion of a batsman scoring a century and a ninety in the same innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Batsmen Runs Team Opp Ground Date
1 AC Gilchrist 99 Aus Srl Centurion 07 Mar 2003
  RT Ponting 114 Aus Srl Centurion 07 Mar 2003
             
2 MJ Clarke 93* Aus Net Basseterre 18 Mar 2007
  BJ Hodge 123 Aus Net Basseterre 18 Mar 2007
             
3 ML Hayden 101 Aus RSA Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
  RT Ponting 91 Aus RSA Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
  MJ Clarke 92 Aus RSA Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
             
4 M Jayawardene 100 Srl Can Hambantota 20 Feb 2011
  KC Sangakkara 92 Srl Can Hambantota 20 Feb 2011
             
5 EC Joyce 112 Ire Zim Hobart 07 Mar 2015
  A  Balabirni 97 Ire Zim Hobart 07 Mar 2015
             
6 BRM Taylor 121 Zim Ire Hobart 07 Mar 2015
  SC Williams 96 Zim Ire Hobart 07 Mar 2015
             
7 Shakib Al Hasan 124* Ban Win Taunton 17 Jun 2019
  Liton Das 92* Ban Win Taunton 17 Jun 2019

Shakib Al Hasan scored consecutive centuries in the ongoing edition of the World Cup to become the tenth batsman in the history of the World Cup to perform the feat. All such occasions are tabulated below, Shakib Al Hasan scored 121 against England on 08.07.19 and followed it up by 124 not out in this game.

No Batsmen Runs Team Opp Ground Date
1 ME Waugh 130 Aus Ken Vizag 23 Feb 1996
  ME Waugh 126 Aus Ind Mumbai 27 Feb 1996
             
2 R Dravid 104 Ind Ken Bristol 22 May 1999
  R Dravid 145 Ind Srl Taunton 26 May 1999
             
3 Saeed Anwar 103 Pak Zim The Oval 11 Jun 1999
  Saeed Anwar 113* Pak NZl Manchester 17 Jun 1999
             
4 RT Ponting 140* Aus Ind Jo’burg 23 Mar 2003
  RT Ponting 113 Aus Sco Basseterre 14 Mar 2007
             
5 ML Hayden 101 Aus RSA Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
  ML Hayden 154 Aus Win North Sound 27 Mar 2007
             
6 KC Sangakkara 105* Srl Ban Melbourne 26 Feb 2015
  KC Sangakkara 117* Srl Eng Wellington 01 Mar 2015
  KC Sangakkara 104 Srl Aus Sydney 08 Mar 2015
  KC Sangakkara 124 Srl Sco Hobart 11 Mar 2015
             
7 MJ Guptill 105 NZl Ban Hamilton 13 Mar 2015
  MJ Guptill 237* NZl Win Wellington 21 Mar 2015
             
8 Mahmudullah 103 Ban Eng Adelaide 09 Mar 2015
  Mahmudullah 128* Ban NZl Hamilton 13 Mar 2015
             
9 BRM Taylor 121 Zim Ire Hobart 07 Mar 2015
  BRM Taylor 138 Zim Ind Auckland 14 Mar 2015
             
10 Shakib Al Hasan 121 Ban Eng Cardiff 08 Jun 2019
  Shakib Al Hasan 124* Ban Win Taunton 17 Jun 2019

Shakib Al Hasan scored consecutive centuries in the ongoing edition of the World Cup to become the second Bangladesh batsman in the history of the World Cup to perform the feat. Both occasions are tabulated below.  Shakib Al Hasan scored 121 against England on 08.07.19 and followed it up by 124 not out in this game.

No Batsmen Runs Team Opp Ground Date
1 Mahmudullah 103 Ban Eng Adelaide 09 Mar 2015
  Mahmudullah 128* Ban NZl Hamilton 13 Mar 2015
             
2 Shakib Al Hasan 121 Ban Eng Cardiff 08 Jun 2019
  Shakib Al Hasan 124* Ban Win Taunton 17 Jun 2019

Shakib Al Hasan scored four consecutive fifties in this edition to provide the seventh occasion of a batsman scoring four consecutive fifties in the history of World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below. Shakib Al Hasan became  the sixth batsman in the history of World Cup to perform such a feat

No Batsman Team Score Score Score Score Opp Opp Opp Opp Editions
1 G Fowler Eng 78* 69 69 81* Pak NZl Pak Srl 1983
2 NS Sidhu Ind 73 75 51 55 Aus NZl Aus Zim 1987
3 DC  Boon Aus 93 65 75 100 Zim Pak Eng  NZl 1987, 1992
4 SR Tendulkar Ind 127* 70 90 137 Ken Win Aus Srl 1996
5 SR Tendulkar Ind 81 152 50 98 Zim Nam Eng Pak 2003
6 GC  Smith RSA 67 91 74 59 Net Sco Aus Srl 2007
7 Shakib Al Hasan Ban 75 64 121 124* RSA NZl Eng Win 2019

Note: Sidhu didn’t bat in a game against Zimbabwe, which would have been the third innings in the list otherwise. Since he scored fifties in the four consecutive innings in which he batted, he is included in the list.

E Lewis and SD Hope added 116 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 282nd occasion of batsmen posting three figure partnership in World Cup. It also provides the 27th occasion of West Indies batsmen posting three figure partnership in World Cup

E Lewis and SD Hope added 116 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 65th occasion of batsmen posting three figure partnership in World Cup for the second wicket. It also provides the tenth occasion of West Indies batsmen posting three figure partnership in World Cup for the second wicket

Shakib Al Hasan and Liton Das added 189 runs in an unfinished partnership for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the 283rd occasion of batsmen posting three figure partnership in World Cup. It also provides the sixth occasion of Bangladesh batsmen posting three figure partnership in World Cup

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Mushfiqur Rahim, Shakib Al Hasan 5 114 1 v Afghanistan Canberra 18 Feb 2015
2 Mahmudullah, Tamim Iqbal 2 139 2 v Scotland Nelson 05 Mar 2015
3 Mahmudullah, Mushfiqur Rahim 5 141 1 v England Adelaide 09 Mar 2015
4 Mushfiqur Rahim, Shakib Al Hasan 3 142 1 v South Africa The Oval 02 Jun 2019
5 Mushfiqur Rahim, Shakib Al Hasan 3 106 2 v England Cardiff 08 Jun 2019
6 Liton Das, Shakib Al Hasan 4 189* 2 v West Indies Taunton 17 Jun 2019

Shakib Al Hasan and Liton Das added 189 runs in an unfinished partnership for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the 41st occasion of batsmen posting three figure partnership in World Cup for the fourth wicket. It also provides the first occasion of Bangladesh batsmen posting three figure partnership in World Cup for the fourth wicket

Shakib Al Hasan and Liton Das added 189 runs in an unfinished partnership for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the record partnership by Bangladesh batsmen for any wicket in World Cup.The previous best was the 142 runs partnership for the third wicket between Mushfiqur Rahim and Shakib Al Hasan against South Africa at The Oval on 02.06.19. Both the occasions are  tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Liton Das, Shakib Al Hasan 4 189* 2 v West Indies Taunton 17 Jun 2019
2 Mushfiqur Rahim, Shakib Al Hasan 3 142 1 v South Africa The Oval 02 Jun 2019

E Lewis and SD Hope added 116 runs for the second wicket in West Indies innings and Shakib Al Hasan and Liton Das added 189 runs in an unfinished partnership in Bangladesh’s innings for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the 56th occasion of a World Cup game witnessing two three figure partnerships. It also provides the 36th occasion of rival batsmen posting three figure partnership in the same match in the World Cup.

ICC World Cup 2019 – Match No 22 – Stats highlights

Match No 22 – India Vs Pakistan at Manchester on 16 Jul 19 – India won by 89 runs on DLS Method

India posted a total of 336 for 5 in this game to provide the 100th occasion of a team posting a total of 300 plus runs in a match in the World Cup. It also provides the eleventh occasion of India posting a total of 300 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India 329/2 50.0 1 v Kenya Bristol 23 May 1999
2 India 373/6 50.0 1 v Sri Lanka Taunton 26 May 1999
3 India 311/2 50.0 1 v Namibia Pietermaritzburg 23 Feb 2003
4 India 413/5 50.0 1 v Bermuda Port of Spain 19 Mar 2007
5 India 370/4 50.0 1 v Bangladesh Dhaka 19 Feb 2011
6 India 338 49.5 1 v England Bengaluru 27 Feb 2011
7 India 300/7 50.0 1 v Pakistan Adelaide 15 Feb 2015
8 India 307/7 50.0 1 v South Africa Melbourne 22 Feb 2015
9 India 302/6 50.0 1 v Bangladesh Melbourne 19 Mar 2015
10 India 352/5 50.0 1 v Australia The Oval 09 Jun 2019
11 India 336/5 50.0 1 v Pakistan Manchester 16 Jun 2019

It also provides the eleventh occasion of India posting a total of 300 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup against Pakistan.  Both such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India 300/7 50.0 1 v Pakistan Adelaide 15 Feb 2015
2 India 336/5 50.0 1 v Pakistan Manchester 16 Jun 2019

India lost the toss in this game and posted 336 for 5 to provide the sixth occasion of India posting 300 plus runs after it had lost the toss and batted first in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India 329/2 50.0 1 v Kenya Bristol 23 May 1999
2 India 373/6 50.0 1 v Sri Lanka Taunton 26 May 1999
3 India 311/2 50.0 1 v Namibia Pietermaritzburg 23 Feb 2003
4 India 413/5 50.0 1 v Bermuda Port of Spain 19 Mar 2007
5 India 370/4 50.0 1 v Bangladesh Dhaka 19 Feb 2011
6 India 336/5 50.0 1 v Pakistan Manchester 16 Jun 2019

RG Sharma {140} and KL Rahul {57} scored century and half century in this game to provide the 17th occasion of opening batsman scoring a century and half century in an innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 RB McCosker 73 1 Aus Srk The Oval 11 Jun 1975
  A Turner 101 1 Aus Srl The Oval 11 Jun 1975
               
2 K Srikkanth 75 2 Ind NZl Nagpur 31 Oct 1987
  SM Gavaskar 103* 2 Ind NZl Nagpur 31 Oct 1987
               
3 A Jadeja 53 2 Ind Ken Cuttack 18 Feb 1996
  SR Tendulkar 127* 2 Ind Ken Cuttack 18 Feb 1996
               
4 ME Waugh 126 1 Aus Ind Mumbai 27 Feb 1996
  MA Taylor 59 1 Aus Ind Mumbai 27 Feb 1996
               
5 G Kirsten 83 1 RSA Net Rawalpindi 5 Mar 1996
  AC Hudson 161 1 RSA Net Rawalpindi 5 Mar 1996
               
6 Saeed Anwar 113* 2 Pak NZl Manchester 16 Jun 1999
  Wajahatullah Wasti 84 2 Pak NZl Manchester 16 Jun 1999
               
7 CH Gayle 119 1 Win Ken Kimberley 4 Mar 2003
  S Chanderpaul 66 1 Win Ken Kimberley 4 Mar 2003
               
8 L Vincent 101 1 NZl Can Gros Islet 22 Mar 2007
  SP Fleming 66 1 NZl Can Gros Islet 22 Mar 2007
               
9 V Sehwag 73 2 Ind RSA Nagpur-J 12 Mar 2011
  SR Tendulkar 111 2 Ind RSA Nagpur-J 12 Mar 2011
               
10 WTS Porterfield 68 2 Ire Net Kolkata 18 Mar 2011
  PR Stirling 101 2 Ire Net Kolkata 18 Mar 2011
               
11 MM Ali 128 1 Eng Sco Christchurch 23 Feb 2015
  IR Bell 54 1 Eng Sco Christchurch 23 Feb 2015
               
12 HDRL Thirimanne 52 1 Srl Ban Melbourne 26 Feb 2015
  TM Dilshan 161* 1 Srl Ban Melbourne 26 Feb 2015
               
13 RG Sharma 64 2 Ind Ire Hamilton 10 Mar 2015
  S Dhawan 100 2 Ind Ire Hamilton 10 Mar 2015
               
14 Ahmed Shehzad 63 2 Pak Ire Adelaide 15 Mar 2015
  Sarfraz Ahmed 101* 2 Pak Ire Adelaide 15 Mar 2015
               
15 JJ Roy 153 1 Eng Ban Cardiff 08 Mar 2019
  JM Bairstow 51 1 Eng Ban Cardiff 08 Mar 2019
               
16 RG Sharma 57 1 Ind Aus The Oval 09 Jun 2019
  S Dhawan 117 1 Ind Aus The Oval 09 Jun 2019
               
17 KL Rahul 57 1 Ind Pak Manchester 16 Jun 2019
  RG Sharma 140 1 Ind Pak Manchester 16 Jun 2019

RG Sharma {140} and KL Rahul {57} scored century and half century in this game to provide the sixth occasion of Indian opening batsman scoring a century and half century in an innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 K Srikkanth 75 2 Ind NZl Nagpur 31 Oct 1987
  SM Gavaskar 103* 2 Ind NZl Nagpur 31 Oct 1987
               
2 A Jadeja 53 2 Ind Ken Cuttack 18 Feb 1996
  SR Tendulkar 127* 2 Ind Ken Cuttack 18 Feb 1996
               
3 V Sehwag 73 2 Ind RSA Nagpur-J 12 Mar 2011
  SR Tendulkar 111 2 Ind RSA Nagpur-J 12 Mar 2011
               
4 RG Sharma 64 2 Ind Ire Hamilton 10 Mar 2015
  S Dhawan 100 2 Ind Ire Hamilton 10 Mar 2015
               
5 RG Sharma 57 1 Ind Aus The Oval 09 Jun 2019
  S Dhawan 117 1 Ind Aus The Oval 09 Jun 2019
               
6 KL Rahul 57 1 Ind Pak Manchester 16 Jun 2019
  RG Sharma 140 1 Ind Pak Manchester 16 Jun 2019

RG Sharma {140} and KL Rahul {57} and V Kohli {77} scored fifties in this game to provide the fifth occasion of first three batsmen scoring fifties in an innings in the World Cup.

No Match particulars C HC 50+ Start Date
1 England (innings 1) v East Africa at Birmingham 0 3 3 14 Jun 1975
2 Pakistan (innings 1) v Sri Lanka at Nottingham 0 3 3 14 Jun 1975
3 India (innings 1) v South Africa at Nagpur 1 2 3 12 Mar 2011
4 Sri Lanka (innings 1) v Bangladesh at Melbourne 2 1 3 26 Feb 2015
5 India (innings 1) v Australia at The Oval 1 2 3 09 Jun 2019
6 India (innings 1) v Pakistan at Manchester 1 2 3 16 Jun 2019

RG Sharma {140} and KL Rahul {57} and V Kohli {77} scored fifties in this game to provide the third occasion of first three Indian batsmen scoring fifties in an innings in the World Cup.

No Match particulars C HC 50+ Start Date
1 India (innings 1) v South Africa at Nagpur 1 2 3 12 Mar 2011
2 India (innings 1) v Australia at The Oval 1 2 3 09 Jun 2019
3 India (innings 1) v Pakistan at Manchester 1 2 3 16 Jun 2019

V Kohli {82} scored fifty in this game to provide the 167th occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 18th occasion of an Indian captain scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup

It also provides the second fifty by V Kohli in the World Cup.

V Kohli {82} scored fifty in this game to provide the 14th occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup against Pakistan . It also provides the second occasion of an Indian captain scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup against Pakistan. Other occasions was – 59 by M Azharuddin at Manchester on 08.06.99

RG Sharma scored 140 in this game to provide the 171st occasion of a batsman scoring a century in World Cup. It also provides the 28th occasion of Indian batsman scoring a century in World Cup.

RG Sharma scored 140 in this game to provide the 88th occasion of an opening batsman scoring a century in World Cup. It also provides the 13th occasion of Indian opening batsman scoring a century in World Cup.

RG Sharma scored 140 in this game to provide his third century in the World Cup. He became the 16th  batsman in the history of the World Cup to score three or more centuries. All such occasions are tabulated below

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 KC Sangakkara 111 Srl NZl Mumbai 18 Mar 2011
  2 KC Sangakkara 105* Srl Ban Melbourne 26 Feb 2015
  3 KC Sangakkara 117* Srl Eng Wellington 01 Mar 2015
  4 KC Sangakkara 104 Srl Aus Sydney 08 Mar 2015
  5 KC Sangakkara 124 Srl Sco Hobart 11 Mar 2015
               
3 1 RT Ponting 102 Aus Win Jaipur 04 Mar 1996
  2 RT Ponting 114 Aus Srl Centurion 07 Mar 2003
  3 RT Ponting 140* Aus Ind Johannesburg 23 Mar 2003
  4 RT Ponting 113 Aus Sco Basseterre 14 Mar 2007
  5 RT Ponting 104 Aus Ind Ahmedabad 24 Mar 2011
               
4 1 AB de Villiers 146 RSA Win St George’s 10 Apr 2007
  2 AB de Villiers 107* RSA Win Delhi 24 Feb 2011
  3 AB de Villiers 134 RSA Net Mohali 03 Mar 2011
  4 AB de Villiers 162* RSA Win Sydney 27 Feb 2015
               
5 1 ME Waugh 130 Aus Ken Visakhapatnam 23 Feb 1996
  2 ME Waugh 126 Aus Ind Mumbai 27 Feb 1996
  3 ME Waugh 110 Aus NZl Chennai 11 Mar 1996
  4 ME Waugh 104 Aus Zim Lord’s 09 Jun 1999
               
6 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
               
7 1 TM Dilshan 144 Srl Zim Pallekele 10 Mar 2011
  2 TM Dilshan 108* Srl Eng Colombo (RPS) 26 Mar 2011
  3 TM Dilshan 161* Srl Ban Melbourne 26 Feb 2015
  4 TM Dilshan 104 Srl Sco Hobart 11 Mar 2015
               
8 1 IVA Richards 138* Win Eng Lord’s 23 Jun 1979
  2 IVA Richards 119 Win Ind The Oval 15 Jun 1983
  3 IVA Richards 181 Win Srl Karachi 13 Oct 1987
               
9 1 M Jayawardene 115* Srl NZl Kingston 24 Apr 2007
  2 M Jayawardene 100 Srl Can Hambantota 20 Feb 2011
  3 M Jayawardene 103* Srl Ind Mumbai 02 Apr 2011
               
10 1 ML Hayden 101 Aus RSA Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
  2 ML Hayden 158 Aus Win North Sound 27 Mar 2007
  3 ML Hayden 103 Aus NZl St George’s 20 Apr 2007
               
11 1 Rameez Raja 113 Pak Eng Karachi 20 Oct 1987
  2 Rameez Raja 102* Pak Win Melbourne 23 Feb 1992
  3 Rameez Raja 119* Pak NZl Christchurch 18 Mar 1992
               
12 1 Saeed Anwar 103 Pak Zim The Oval 11 Jun 1999
  2 Saeed Anwar 113* Pak NZl Manchester 16 Jun 1999
  3 Saeed Anwar 101 Pak Ind Centurion 01 Mar 2003
               
13 1 ST Jayasuriya 120 Srl NZl Bloemfontein 10 Feb 2003
  2 ST Jayasuriya 109 Srl Ban Port of Spain 21 Mar 2007
  3 ST Jayasuriya 115 Srl Win Providence 01 Apr 2007
               
14 1 S Dhawan 137 Ind RSA Melbourne 22 Feb 2015
  2 S Dhawan 100 Ind Ire Hamilton 10 Mar 2015
  3 S Dhawan 117 Ind Aus The Oval 09 Jun 2019
               
15 1 JE Root 121 Eng Srl Wellington 01 Mar 2015
  2 JE Root 107 Eng Pak Nottingham 03 Jun 2019
  3 JE Root 100* Eng Win Southampton 14 Jun 2019
               
16 1 RG Sharma 137 Ind Ban Melbourne 19 Mar 2015
  2 RG Sharma 122* Ind RSA Southampton 05 Jun 2019
  3 RG Sharma 140 Ind Pak Manchester 16 Jun 2019

RG Sharma scored 140 in this game to provide his third century in the World Cup. He became the third Indian batsman in the history of the World Cup to score three or more centuries. All such occasions are tabulated below

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 S Dhawan 137 Ind RSA Melbourne 22 Feb 2015
  2 S Dhawan 100 Ind Ire Hamilton 10 Mar 2015
  3 S Dhawan 117 Ind Aus The Oval 09 Jun 2019
               
4 1 RG Sharma 137 Ind Ban Melbourne 19 Mar 2015
  2 RG Sharma 122* Ind RSA Southampton 05 Jun 2019
  3 RG Sharma 140 Ind Pak Manchester 16 Jun 2019

RG Sharma scored 140 in this game to provide his third century in the World Cup. He became the ninth opening batsman in the history of the World Cup to score three or more centuries. All such occasions are tabulated below

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 152 Ind Nam PM Burg 23 Feb 2003
  4 SR Tendulkar 120 Ind Eng Bangalore 27 Feb 2011
  5 SR Tendulkar 111 Ind RSA Nagpur 12 Mar 2011
               
2 1 ME Waugh 130 Aus Ken Visakhapatnam 23 Feb 1996
  2 ME Waugh 126 Aus Ind Mumbai 27 Feb 1996
  3 ME Waugh 110 Aus NZl Chennai 11 Mar 1996
  4 ME Waugh 104 Aus Zim Lord’s 09 Jun 1999
               
3 1 TM Dilshan 144 Srl Zim Pallekele 10 Mar 2011
  2 TM Dilshan 108* Srl Eng Colombo (RPS) 26 Mar 2011
  3 TM Dilshan 161* Srl Ban Melbourne 26 Feb 2015
  4 TM Dilshan 104 Srl Sco Hobart 11 Mar 2015
               
4 1 ML Hayden 101 Aus RSA Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
  2 ML Hayden 158 Aus Win North Sound 27 Mar 2007
  3 ML Hayden 103 Aus NZl St George’s 20 Apr 2007
               
5 1 Rameez Raja 113 Pak Eng Karachi 20 Oct 1987
  2 Rameez Raja 102* Pak Win Melbourne 23 Feb 1992
  3 Rameez Raja 119* Pak NZl Christchurch 18 Mar 1992
               
6 1 Saeed Anwar 103 Pak Zim The Oval 11 Jun 1999
  2 Saeed Anwar 113* Pak NZl Manchester 16 Jun 1999
  3 Saeed Anwar 101 Pak Ind Centurion 01 Mar 2003
               
7 1 ST Jayasuriya 120 Srl NZl Bloemfontein 10 Feb 2003
  2 ST Jayasuriya 109 Srl Ban Port of Spain 21 Mar 2007
  3 ST Jayasuriya 115 Srl Win Providence 01 Apr 2007
               
8 1 S Dhawan 137 Ind RSA Melbourne 22 Feb 2015
  2 S Dhawan 100 Ind Ire Hamilton 10 Mar 2015
  3 S Dhawan 117 Ind Aus The Oval 09 Jun 2019
               
9 1 RG Sharma 137 Ind Ban Melbourne 19 Mar 2015
  2 RG Sharma 122* Ind RSA Southampton 05 Jun 2019
  3 RG Sharma 140 Ind Pak Manchester 16 Jun 2019

RG Sharma scored 140 in this game to provide his third century in the World Cup. He became the third Indian opening batsman in the history of the World Cup to score three or more centuries. All such occasions are tabulated below

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 152 Ind Nam PM Burg 23 Feb 2003
  4 SR Tendulkar 120 Ind Eng Bangalore 27 Feb 2011
  5 SR Tendulkar 111 Ind RSA Nagpur 12 Mar 2011
               
2 1 S Dhawan 137 Ind RSA Melbourne 22 Feb 2015
  2 S Dhawan 100 Ind Ire Hamilton 10 Mar 2015
  3 S Dhawan 117 Ind Aus The Oval 09 Jun 2019
               
3 1 RG Sharma 137 Ind Ban Melbourne 19 Mar 2015
  2 RG Sharma 122* Ind RSA Southampton 05 Jun 2019
  3 RG Sharma 140 Ind Pak Manchester 16 Jun 2019

RG Sharma and KL Rahul added 136 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 280th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the World Cup. It also provides the 34th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the World Cup

RG Sharma and KL Rahul added 136 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 70th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the World Cup for the first wicket. It also provides the eighth occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the World Cup for the first wicket

RG Sharma and KL Rahul added 136 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 16th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the World Cup against Pakistan. It also provides the fourth occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the World Cup against Pakistan. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 M Kaif, SR Tendulkar 3 102 2 v Pakistan Centurion 01 Mar 2003
2 S Dhawan, V Kohli 2 129 1 v Pakistan Adelaide 15 Feb 2015
3 V Kohli, SK Raina 3 110 1 v Pakistan Adelaide 15 Feb 2015
4 KL Rahul, RG Sharma 1 136 1 v Pakistan Manchester 16 Jun 2019

It also provides the highest partnership for any wicket by Indian batsmen in the World Cup against Pakistan. The previous best was 129 runs partnership between S Dhawan and V Kohli for the second wicket at Adelaide on 15.02.15. Both the occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 S Dhawan, V Kohli 2 129 1 v Pakistan Adelaide 15 Feb 2015
2 KL Rahul, RG Sharma 1 136 1 v Pakistan Manchester 16 Jun 2019

RG Sharma and KL Rahul added 136 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the sixth occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the World Cup for the first wicket against Pakistan.  It also provides the first occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the World Cup for the first wicket against Pakistan.

Fakhar Zaman and Babar Azam added 104 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 281st occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the World Cup. It also provides the 22nd occasion of Pakistan batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the World Cup

Fakhar Zaman and Babar Azam added 104 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 66th  occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the World Cup for the second wicket. It also provides the fifth occasion of Pakistan batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the World Cup for the second wicket

Fakhar Zaman and Babar Azam added 104 runs for the second wicket to provide the 20th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the World Cup against India. It also provides the fourth occasion of Pakistan batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the World Cup against India.

Fakhar Zaman and Babar Azam added 104 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the sixth occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the World Cup for the second wicket against India.  It also provides the first occasion of Pakistan batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the World Cup for the second wicket against India

RG Sharma-KL Rahul added 136 runs for the first wicket in India’s innings and Fakhar Zaman-Babar Azam added 104 runs for the second wicket in Pakistan’s in this game to provide the 51st occasion of batsmen from rival teams posting three figure partnerships in a World Cup game.

Hasan Ali returned with figures of 1 for 84 in this game to provide the 35th occasion of a bowler conceding 80 plus runs in the World Cup. It also provides the second occasion of a Pakistan bowler conceding 80 plus runs in the World Cup. Wahab Riaz  was the other Pakistan bowler to leak 80 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup. He conceded 82 runs and captured three wickets against England at Nottingham on 03.06.19. Thus Hasan Ali became the Pakistan’s most expensive bowler in the World Cup in terms of runs conceded

Hasan Ali returned with figures of 1 for 84 in this game to provide the sixth occasion of a bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings against India in the World Cup and also provides  the first occasion of a Pakistan bowler conceding 80 plus runs in the World Cup against India

India capped Vijaya Shankar for this game. He became the 83rd Indian cricketer to appear in the World Cup.

Vijay Shankar captured a  wicket off the first ball he bowled in the World Cup. He became the third bowler in the history of the World Cup to capture a wicket  of the first ball. The other two are – 01 – Ian Harvey (Australia) – against Pakistan in 2003 World Cup – During the group stage match between Australia and Pakistan, Ian Harvey took the wicket of a well-set Salim Elahi with his first ball of the World Cup. 02 – Malachi Jones (Bermuda) – against India in 2007 World CupGroup B, Bermuda v India – Cricket World Cup 2007. During the group stage match between India and Bermuda in 2007, Malachi Jones (Bermuda) took the wicket of Robin Uthappa with his very first ball.

V Kohli’s run aggregate in one day games read 11020. He became the ninth batsman in the annals of one day internationals to score 11000 plus runs. The following table lists all the batsmen

No Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 0
1 SR Tendulkar 1989-2012 463 452 41 18426 200* 44.83 49 96 20
2 KC Sangakkara 2000-2015 404 380 41 14234 169 41.98 25 93 15
3 RT Ponting 1995-2012 375 365 39 13704 164 42.03 30 82 20
4 ST Jayasuriya 1989-2011 445 433 18 13430 189 32.36 28 68 34
5 M Jayawardene 1998-2015 448 418 39 12650 144 33.37 19 77 28
6 Inzamam-ul-Haq 1991-2007 378 350 53 11739 137* 39.52 10 83 20
7 JH Kallis 1996-2014 328 314 53 11579 139 44.36 17 86 17
8 SC Ganguly 1992-2007 311 300 23 11363 183 41.02 22 72 16
9 V Kohli 2008-2019 230 222 37 11020 183 59.56 41 51 12

V Kohli’s run aggregate in one day games read 11020. He became the third Indian batsman in the annals of one day internationals to score 11000 plus runs. The following table lists all the batsmen

No Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 0
1 SR Tendulkar 1989-2012 463 452 41 18426 200* 44.83 49 96 20
2 SC Ganguly 1992-2007 311 300 23 11363 183 41.02 22 72 16
3 V Kohli 2008-2019 230 222 37 11020 183 59.56 41 51 12

RG Sharma’s boundary sixes aggregate in one day games read 224. He now stands fifth in the list of batsmen  who have  scored most boundary sixes in one day games. Others are – Shahid Afridi {351}, CH Gayle {318}, ST Jayasuriya {270} and MS Dhoni {225}

Shoaib Malik collected the first ball duck in this game to provide the 198th occasion of a batsman dismissed first ball for a duck in an innings in World Cup. It also provides the 20th occasion of a Pakistan batsman collected the first ball duck in the World Cup

ICC World Cup 2019 – Match No 21 – Stats highlights

Match No 21 – Afghanistan Vs South Africa at Cardiff on 15 Jun 2019 – South Africa won by nine wickets

Afghanistan was dismissed all out for 125 in this game to provide the 291st occasion of a team dismissed all out in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the eighth occasion of Afghanistan dismissed all out in an innings in the World Cup. It represents its lowest total in a completed innings in the World Cup. Its previous lowest was 142 against Australia at Perth on 04.03.15

Afghanistan was dismissed all out for 125 in this game to provide the 16th occasion of a team dismissed all out in an innings in the ongoing World Cup edition of 2019.

Afghanistan was dismissed all out for 125 in this game to provide the 45th occasion of a team dismissed all out in an innings for a total of 125 runs and less than 125 runs in an innings in the in World Cup

Imran Tahir captured 4 for 29 in this game to provide the 201st occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in World Cup. It also provides the 18th occasion of a South African bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in World Cup

Imran Tahir captured 4 for 29 in this game to provide the fifth occasion of his capturing four or more wickets in an innings in World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Imran Tahir 10.0 1 41 4 1 v West Indies Delhi 24 Feb 2011
2 Imran Tahir 8.4 1 38 4 1 v England Chennai 06 Mar 2011
3 Imran Tahir 10.0 2 45 5 2 v West Indies Sydney 27 Feb 2015
4 Imran Tahir 8.2 0 26 4 1 v Sri Lanka Sydney 18 Mar 2015
5 Imran Tahir 7.0 0 29 4 1 v Afghanistan Cardiff 15 Jun 2019

Imran Tahir with five four wicket hauls owns the record for most number of four plus wickets in an innings in the World Cup. He went past SK Warne, M Muralitharan, Shahid Afridi and MA Starc who had  four plus wickets haul on four occasions in the World Cup.

No No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 1 Imran Tahir 10.0 1 41 4 1 RSA Win Delhi 24 Feb 2011
  2 Imran Tahir 8.4 1 38 4 1 RSA Eng Chennai 06 Mar 2011
  3 Imran Tahir 10.0 2 45 5 2 RSA Win Sydney 27 Feb 2015
  4 Imran Tahir 8.2 0 26 4 1 RSA Srl Sydney 18 Mar 2015
  5 Imran Tahir 7.0 0 29 4 1 RSA Afg Cardiff 15 Jun 2019
                       
2 1 M Muralitharan 10.0 1 28 4 1 Srl Ken Nairobi (Gym) 24 Feb 2003
  2 M Muralitharan 5.0 0 19 4 1 Srl Ire St George’s 18 Apr 2007
  3 M Muralitharan 8.0 0 31 4 2 Srl NZl Kingston 24 Apr 2007
  4 M Muralitharan 8.0 0 25 4 2 Srl NZl Mumbai 18 Mar 2011
                       
3 1 Shahid Afridi 8.0 3 16 5 2 Pak Ken Hambantota 23 Feb 2011
  2 Shahid Afridi 10.0 0 34 4 2 Pak Srl Colombo (RPS) 26 Feb 2011
  3 Shahid Afridi 10.0 0 23 5 2 Pak Can Colombo (RPS) 03 Mar 2011
  4 Shahid Afridi 9.3 1 30 4 1 Pak Win Dhaka 23 Mar 2011
                       
4 1 MA Starc 9.0 0 28 6 2 Aus NZl Auckland 28 Feb 2015
  2 MA Starc 4.4 1 14 4 1 Aus Sco Hobart 14 Mar 2015
  3 MA Starc 10.0 1 46 5 2 Aus Win Nottingham 06 Jun 2019
  4 MA Starc 10.0 0 55 4 2 Aus Srl The Oval 15 Jun 2019
                       
5 1 SK Warne 9.3 1 34 4 1 Aus Zim Nagpur 01 Mar 1996
  2 SK Warne 9.0 0 36 4 2 Aus Win Mohali 14 Mar 1996
  3 SK Warne 10.0 4 29 4 2 Aus RSA Birmingham 17 Jun 1999
  4 SK Warne 9.0 1 33 4 1 Aus Pak Lord’s 20 Jun 1999

Q de Kock scored 68 in this game to provide the 102nd occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the seventh occasion of a South African wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 MV Boucher 75* 1 v Netherlands Basseterre 16 Mar 2007
2 MV Boucher 52 1 v West Indies St George’s 10 Apr 2007
3 AB de Villiers 107* 2 v West Indies Delhi 24 Feb 2011
4 AB de Villiers 134 1 v Netherlands Mohali 03 Mar 2011
5 Q de Kock 78* 2 v Sri Lanka Sydney 18 Mar 2015
6 Q de Kock 68 2 v England The Oval 30 May 2019
7 Q de Kock 68 2 v Afghanistan Cardiff 15 Jun 2019

Q de Kock scored 68 in this game to provide the third occasion of his scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup as a wicket keeper batsman. He now owns the record for most fifties by a South African wicket keeper in an  innings in the World Cup. He went past MV Boucher and AB de Villiers who have scored fifties on two occasions.The performance of these three glovemen are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 MV Boucher 75* 1 v Netherlands Basseterre 16 Mar 2007
2 MV Boucher 52 1 v West Indies St George’s 10 Apr 2007
             
1 AB de Villiers 107* 2 v West Indies Delhi 24 Feb 2011
2 AB de Villiers 134 1 v Netherlands Mohali 03 Mar 2011
             
1 Q de Kock 78* 2 v Sri Lanka Sydney 18 Mar 2015
2 Q de Kock 68 2 v England The Oval 30 May 2019
3 Q de Kock 68 2 v Afghanistan Cardiff 15 Jun 2019

HM Amla and Q de Kock added 104 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide 279th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 27th occasion of South African batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup.

HM Amla and Q de Kock added 104 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide 69th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup for the first wicket. It also provides the tenth occasion of South African batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup for the first wicket

ICC World Cup 2019 – Match No 20 – Stats highlights

Match No 21 Australia vs Sri Lanka at The Oval on 15 Jun 19 – Australia won by 87 runs

AJ Finch scored 153 runs in this game to provide the 21st occasion of a batsman scoring 150 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 GM Turner 171* 1 NZl EAF Birmingham 07 Jun 1975
2 N Kapil Dev 175* 1 Ind Zim Tunbridge Wells 18 Jun 1983
3 IVA Richards 181 1 Win Srl Karachi 13 Oct 1987
4 G Kirsten 188* 1 RSA UAE Rawalpindi 16 Feb 1996
5 AC Hudson 161 1 RSA Net Rawalpindi 05 Mar 1996
6 SC Ganguly 183 1 Ind Srl Taunton 26 May 1999
7 CB Wishart 172* 1 Zim Nam Harare 10 Feb 2003
8 SR Tendulkar 152 1 Ind Nam Pietermaritzburg 23 Feb 2003
9 Imran Nazir 160 1 Pak Zim Kingston 21 Mar 2007
10 ML Hayden 158 1 Aus Win North Sound 27 Mar 2007
11 V Sehwag 175 1 Ind Ban Dhaka 19 Feb 2011
12 AJ Strauss 158 2 Eng Ind Bengaluru 27 Feb 2011
13 CH Gayle 215 1 Win Zim Canberra 24 Feb 2015
14 TM Dilshan 161* 1 Srl Ban Melbourne 26 Feb 2015
15 AB de Villiers 162* 1 RSA Win Sydney 27 Feb 2015
16 HM Amla 159 1 RSA Ire Canberra 03 Mar 2015
17 DA Warner 178 1 Aus Afg Perth 04 Mar 2015
18 KJ Coetzer 156 1 Sco Ban Nelson 05 Mar 2015
19 MJ Guptill 237* 1 NZl Win Wellington 21 Mar 2015
20 JJ Roy 153 1 Eng Ban Cardiff 08 Jun 2019
21 AJ Finch 153 1 Aus Srl The Oval 15 Jun 2019

It also provides the third occasion of an Australian batsman scoring 150 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup. All the three occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 ML Hayden 158 1 Aus Win North Sound 27 Mar 2007
2 DA Warner 178 1 Aus Afg Perth 04 Mar 2015
3 AJ Finch 153 1 Aus Srl The Oval 15 Jun 2019

It also provides the third occasion of a batsman scoring 150 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup against Sri Lanka. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 IVA Richards 181 1 Win Srl Karachi 13 Oct 1987
2 SC Ganguly 183 1 Ind Srl Taunton 26 May 1999
3 AJ Finch 153 1 Aus Srl The Oval 15 Jun 2019

AJ Finch scored 153 runs in this game to provide the 18th occasion of an opening batsman scoring 150 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 GM Turner 171* 1 NZl EAF Birmingham 07 Jun 1975
2 G Kirsten 188* 1 RSA UAE Rawalpindi 16 Feb 1996
3 AC Hudson 161 1 RSA Net Rawalpindi 05 Mar 1996
4 SC Ganguly 183 1 Ind Srl Taunton 26 May 1999
5 CB Wishart 172* 1 Zim Nam Harare 10 Feb 2003
6 SR Tendulkar 152 1 Ind Nam Pietermaritzburg 23 Feb 2003
7 Imran Nazir 160 1 Pak Zim Kingston 21 Mar 2007
8 ML Hayden 158 1 Aus Win North Sound 27 Mar 2007
9 V Sehwag 175 1 Ind Ban Dhaka 19 Feb 2011
10 AJ Strauss 158 2 Eng Ind Bengaluru 27 Feb 2011
11 CH Gayle 215 1 Win Zim Canberra 24 Feb 2015
12 TM Dilshan 161* 1 Srl Ban Melbourne 26 Feb 2015
13 HM Amla 159 1 RSA Ire Canberra 03 Mar 2015
14 DA Warner 178 1 Aus Afg Perth 04 Mar 2015
15 KJ Coetzer 156 1 Sco Ban Nelson 05 Mar 2015
16 MJ Guptill 237* 1 NZl Win Wellington 21 Mar 2015
17 JJ Roy 153 1 Eng Ban Cardiff 08 Jun 2019
18 AJ Finch 153 1 Aus Srl The Oval 15 Jun 2019

It also provides the second occasion of an Australian opening batsman scoring 150 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup. Both such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 ML Hayden 158 1 Aus Win North Sound 27 Mar 2007
2 DA Warner 178 1 Aus Afg Perth 04 Mar 2015
3 AJ Finch 153 1 Aus Srl The Oval 15 Jun 2019

It also provides the second occasion of an opening batsman scoring 150 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup against Sri Lanka. Both the occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 SC Ganguly 183 1 Ind Srl Taunton 26 May 1999
2 AJ Finch 153 1 Aus Srl The Oval 15 Jun 2019

AJ Finch’s 153 in this game provides the sixth occasion of a captain scoring 150 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below. AJ Finch became the first Australian captain to score 150 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 GM Turner 171* 1 NZl EAF Birmingham 07 Jun 1975
2 N Kapil Dev 175* 1 Ind Zim Tunbridge Wells 18 Jun 1983
3 IVA Richards 181 1 Win Srl Karachi 13 Oct 1987
4 AJ Strauss 158 2 Eng Ind Bengaluru 27 Feb 2011
5 AB de Villiers 162* 1 RSA Win Sydney 27 Feb 2015
6 AJ Finch 153 1 Aus Srl The Oval 15 Jun 2019

AJ Finch’s 153 in this game provides the sixth occasion of an Australian captain scoring 100 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below. AJ Finch became the third Australian captain to score a century in an innings in the World Cup after SR Waugh and RT Ponting.

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 SR Waugh 120* 2 v South Africa Leeds 13 Jun 1999
2 RT Ponting 114 1 v Sri Lanka Centurion 07 Mar 2003
3 RT Ponting 140* 1 v India Johannesburg 23 Mar 2003
4 RT Ponting 113 1 v Scotland Basseterre 14 Mar 2007
5 RT Ponting 104 1 v India Ahmedabad 24 Mar 2011
6 AJ Finch 153 1 v Sri Lanka The Oval 15 Jun 2019

AJ Finch’s 153 provide the highest individual score by an Australian captain in an innings in the World Cup. Previous best was 140 not out by RT Ponting against India at Johannesburg on 23 Mar 2003. AJ Finch became the third Australian captain to score a century in an innings in the World Cup after SR Waugh and RT Ponting.

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
3 RT Ponting 140* 1 v India Johannesburg 23 Mar 2003
6 AJ Finch 153 1 v Sri Lanka The Oval 15 Jun 2019

Australia posted 334 for 7 in this game to provide the 99th occasion of a team posting a team total of 300 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 21st occasion of Australia posting a team total of 300 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Australia 328/5 60.0 1 v Sri Lanka The Oval 11 Jun 1975
2 Australia 320/9 60.0 1 v India Nottingham 13 Jun 1983
3 Australia 304/7 50.0 1 v Kenya Visakhapatnam 23 Feb 1996
4 Australia 303/4 50.0 1 v Zimbabwe Lord’s 09 Jun 1999
5 Australia 310/8 50.0 1 v Pakistan Johannesburg 11 Feb 2003
6 Australia 301/6 50.0 1 v Namibia Potchefstroom 27 Feb 2003
7 Australia 319/5 50.0 1 v Sri Lanka Centurion 7 Mar 2003
8 Australia 359/2 50.0 1 v India Johannesburg 23 Mar 2003
9 Australia 334/6 50.0 1 v Scotland Basseterre 14 Mar 2007
10 Australia 358/5 50.0 1 v Netherlands Basseterre 18 Mar 2007
11 Australia 377/6 50.0 1 v South Africa Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
12 Australia 322/6 50.0 1 v West Indies North Sound 27 Mar 2007
13 Australia 348/6 50.0 1 v New Zealand St George’s 20 Apr 2007
14 Australia 324/6 50.0 1 v Kenya Bengaluru 13 Mar 2011
15 Australia 342/9 50.0 1 v England Melbourne 14 Feb 2015
16 Australia 417/6 50.0 1 v Afghanistan Perth 04 Mar 2015
17 Australia 376/9 50.0 1 v Sri Lanka Sydney 08 Mar 2015
18 Australia 328/7 50.0 1 v India Sydney 26 Mar 2015
19 Australia 316 50.0 2 v India The Oval 09 Jun 2019
20 Australia 307 49.0 1 v Pakistan Taunton 12 Jun 2019
21 Australia 334/7 50.0 1 v Sri Lanka The Oval 15 Jun 2019

It also provides the fourth occasion of Australia posting a team total of 300 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup against Sri Lanka. All the three occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Australia 328/5 60.0 1 v Sri Lanka The Oval 11 Jun 1975
2 Australia 319/5 50.0 1 v Sri Lanka Centurion 07 Mar 2003
3 Australia 376/9 50.0 1 v Sri Lanka Sydney 08 Mar 2015
4 Australia 334/7 50.0 1 v Sri Lanka The Oval 15 Jun 2019

AJ Finch scored 153 runs in this game to provide the 174th occasion of a batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 28th occasion of an Australian  batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup.

AJ Finch scored 153 runs in this game to provide the 19th occasion of a batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup against Sri Lanka. It also provides the fifth occasion of an Australian batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup.

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 A Turner 101 1 v Sri Lanka The Oval 11 Jun 1975
2 RT Ponting 114 1 v Sri Lanka Centurion 7 Mar 2003
3 AC Gilchrist 149 1 v Sri Lanka Bridgetown 28 Apr 2007
4 GJ Maxwell 102 1 v Sri Lanka Sydney 8 Mar 2015
5 AJ Finch 153 1 v Sri Lanka The Oval 15 Jun 2019

AJ Finch scored 153 runs in this game to provide the highest individual innings by an Australian batsman in an innings in the World Cup against Sri Lanka. The previous best was 149 by AC Gilchrist at Bridgetown on 28.04.07

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 AC Gilchrist 149 1 v Sri Lanka Bridgetown 28 Apr 2007
2 AJ Finch 153 1 v Sri Lanka The Oval 15 Jun 2019

FDM Karunaratne scored 97 in this game to provide the 58th occasion of a batsman scoring a ninety in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the fourth occasion of a Sri Lankan batsman scoring a ninety in an innings in the World Cup

FDM Karunaratne scored 97 in this game to provide the 18th occasion of an opening batsman scoring a ninety in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the first occasion of a Sri Lankan opening batsman scoring a ninety in an innings in the World Cup

FDM Karunaratne scored 97 in this game to provide the ninth occasion of a captain scoring a ninety in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the second occasion of a Sri Lankan captain scoring a ninety in an innings in the World Cup. KC Sangakkara’s 92 against Canada at Hambantota on 20.02.11 provide the first occasion of a Sri Lankan captain scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup.

FDM Karunaratne scored 97 in this game to provide the second occasion of a captain opening batsman scoring a ninety in an innings in the World Cup. GC Smith’s 91 in the  match between South Africa and Scotland at Basseterre on 20.03.07 provides the first occasion of a captain opening batsman scoring a ninety in an innings in the World Cup.

FDM Karunaratne’s 97 in this game provides the first occasion of a Sri Lankan captain opening batsman scoring a ninety in an innings in the World Cup

AJ Finch {153} and FDM Karunaratne {97} scored century and  ninety in  this game to provide the  first occasion of rival captains scoring a century and a ninety in the  same game  in the World Cup.

AJ Finch {153} and FDM Karunaratne {97} scored century and  ninety in this game to provide the  16th  occasion of rival captains scoring fifties in the  same game  in the World Cup.

AJ Finch {153} and FDM Karunaratne {97} scored century and  ninety in this game to provide the  fifth  occasion of rival captains scoring a century and a fifty in the  same game  in the World Cup..

AJ Finch {153} and FDM Karunaratne {97} scored century and ninety in this game to provide the third occasion of rival captain opening batsmen scoring fifties in the same game in the World Cup.

AJ Finch {153} and FDM Karunaratne {97} scored century and  ninety in this game to provide the  first  occasion of rival captain opening batsmen scoring a century and a fifty in the  same game in the World Cup..

AJ Finch and SPD Smith added 173 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 277th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the World Cup. It also provides the 44th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the World Cup.

AJ Finch and SPD Smith added 173 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 69th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the World Cup for the third wicket.  It also provides the 12th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the World Cup for the third wicket.

It also provides the third occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the World Cup for the third wicket against Sri Lanka. All the three occasions are tabulated below. AJ Finch and SPD Smith added 173 runs for the third wicket in this game provide highest partnership by Australian batsmen against Sri Lanka in the World Cup for the third wicket.

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 DR Martyn, RT Ponting 3 112 1 v Sri Lanka Centurion 07 Mar 2003
2 MJ Clarke, SPD Smith 3 134 1 v Sri Lanka Sydney 08 Mar 2015
3 AJ Finch, SPD Smith 3 173 1 v Sri Lanka The Oval 15 Jun 2019

FDM Karunaratne and MDJK Perera added 115 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 278th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the World Cup. It also provides the 29th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the World Cup.

runaratne and MDJK Perera added 115 runs for the first wicket to provide the 70th  occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the World Cup for the first wicket.  It also provides the seventh occasion of Sri Lankan batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the World Cup for the first wicket.

AJ Finch and SPD Smith added 173 runs for the third wicket in Australian innings and FDM Karunaratne and MDJK Perera added 115 runs for the first wicket in Sri Lanka’s innings to provide the 50th occasion of rival team’s batsmen posting a three figure partnerships in the same game in the World Cup.

N Pradeep conceded 88 runs in this game to provide the 34th occasion of a bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the sixth occasion of a Sri Lankan bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup

N Pradeep conceded 88 runs without a wicket in this game to provide the tenth occasion of a bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the third occasion of a Sri Lankan bowler conceding 80 plus runs without a wicket in an innings in the World Cup

SPD Smith scored 73 in this game to provide the eighth occasion of his scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 95 1 v Afghanistan Perth 04 Mar 2015
2 72 1 v Sri Lanka Sydney 08 Mar 2015
3 65 2 v Pakistan Adelaide 20 Mar 2015
4 105 1 v India Sydney 26 Mar 2015
5 56* 2 v New Zealand Melbourne 29 Mar 2015
6 73 1 v West Indies Nottingham 06 Jun 2019
7 69 2 v India The Oval 09 Jun 2019
8 73 1 v Sri Lanka The Oval 15 Jun 2019

SPD Smith became the fifth Australian batsman to score eight more fifties in the World Cup. Others are – RT Ponting {11}, AC Gilchrist {09}, MJ Clarke {08} and ME Waugh {08}

MA Starc captured four for 55 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 O M R W Pos Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 9.0 0 28 6 2 2 v New Zealand Auckland 28 Feb 2015
2 4.4 1 14 4 1 1 v Scotland Hobart 14 Mar 2015
3 10.0 1 46 5 1 2 v West Indies Nottingham 06 Jun 2019
4 10.0 0 55 4 1 2 v Sri Lanka The Oval 15 Jun 2019

MA Starc became the fifth bowler in the history of the World Cup to capture four plus wickets in an innings on four or more occasions. Others are – Imran Tahir {04}, SK Warne {04}, Shahid Afridi {04} and M Muralitharan {04}

MA Starc became the second Australian bowler in the history of the World Cup to capture four plus wickets in an innings on four or more occasion after SK Warne.

MA Starc’s 4 for 55 in this game provide the 200th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 34th occasion of an Australian bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup.

MA Starc’s 4 for 55 in this game provide the 19th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup against Sri Lanka It also provides the second occasion of an Australian bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup. NK Bracken is the other Australian bowler to capture four or more wickets in an innings against Sri Lanka in the World Cup. He had returned with figures of 9.4-3-19-4 at St George’s on 16.04.07.

Sri Lanka suffered its 37th loss in this game to become the second team in the history of the World Cup to suffer most losses. Zimbabwe has suffered most losses – 42

Team Span Mat Won Lost Tied NR
Zimbabwe 1983-2015 57 11 42 1 3
Sri Lanka 1975-2019 76 36 37 1 2

ICC World Cup 2019 – Match No 19 – Stats highlights

Match No 19 – England Vs West Indies at Southampton on 14.06.19 – England won by eight wickets

N Pooran of West Indies scored 63 in this game to provide the 99th occasion of a West Indies batsman scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the tenth occasion of a West Indies batsman scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup against England.

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 IVA Richards 138* 1 v England Lord’s 23 Jun 1979
2 CL King 86 1 v England Lord’s 23 Jun 1979
3 RB Richardson 53 1 v England Gujranwala 9 Oct 1987
4 RB Richardson 93 2 v England Jaipur 26 Oct 1987
5 IVA Richards 51 2 v England Jaipur 26 Oct 1987
6 KLT Arthurton 54 1 v England Melbourne 27 Feb 1992
7 CH Gayle 79 1 v England Bridgetown 21 Apr 2007
8 DS Smith 61 1 v England Bridgetown 21 Apr 2007
9 MN Samuels 51 1 v England Bridgetown 21 Apr 2007
10 N Pooran 63 1 v England Southampton 14 Jun 2019

It also provides the third occasion of a West Indies batsman scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup against England in England

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 IVA Richards 138* 1 v England Lord’s 23 Jun 1979
2 CL King 86 1 v England Lord’s 23 Jun 1979
3 N Pooran 63 1 v England Southampton 14 Jun 2019

JE Root scored 100 not out in this game to provide the eleventh occasion of a batsman scoring a score of exact 100 in an innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Saleem Malik 100 Pak Srl Faisalabad 25 Oct 1987
2 MD Crowe 100* NZl Aus Auckland 22 Feb 1992
3 DC Boon 100 Aus NZl Auckland 22 Feb 1992
4 DC Boon 100 Aus Win Melbourne 18 Mar 1992
5 A Jadeja 100* Ind Aus The Oval 04 Jun 1999
6 KP Pietersen 100 Eng Win Bridgetown 21 Apr 2007
7 V Kohli 100* Ind Afg Dhaka 19 Feb 2011
8 M Jayawardene 100 Srl Can Hambantota 20 Feb 2011
9 M Jayawardene 100 Srl Afg Dunedin 22 Feb 2015
10 S Dhawan 100 Ind Ire Hamilton 10 Mar 2015
11 JE Root 100* Eng Win Southampton 14 Jun 2019

It also provides the third occasion of a batsman scoring a score of exact 100 in an innings in the World Cup against West Indies. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 DC Boon 100 Aus Win Melbourne 18 Mar 1992
2 KP Pietersen 100 Eng Win Bridgetown 21 Apr 2007
3 JE Root 100* Eng Win Southampton 14 Jun 2019

It also provides the second occasion of an England batsman scoring a score of exact 100 in an innings in the World Cup against West Indies. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 KP Pietersen 100 Eng Win Bridgetown 21 Apr 2007
2 JE Root 100* Eng Win Southampton 14 Jun 2019

JE Root scored 100 not out in this game to provide the fourth occasion of a batsman scoring a score of 100 not out in an innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MD Crowe 100* NZl Aus Auckland 22 Feb 1992
2 A Jadeja 100* Ind Aus The Oval 04 Jun 1999
3 V Kohli 100* Ind Afg Dhaka 19 Feb 2011
4 JE Root 100* Eng Win Southampton 14 Jun 2019

CH Gayle’s run-aggregate at the end of this game read 1051. He became the 18th batsman in the history of World Cup to compile 1000 plus runs. He also became the third West Indian batsman in the history of World Cup to compile 1000 plus runs. Others are – BC Lara {1225} and IVA Richards {1016}

CR Woakes {02} and JA Archer {01} bowled maiden overs in this game to provide the 194th and 195th occasion of England bowlers bowling maiden overs in an innings in the World Cup.  It also provides the 16th and  17t  occasion of England bowlers bowling maiden overs in an innings in the World Cup against West Indies.

JA Archer returned with figures of 9.0-1-30-3 in this game to provide the sixth occasion of an England bowler capturing three or more wickets against West Indies in the World Cup whenever a bowler has bowled one or more maiden overs in his spell. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 JC Tredwell 10.0 2 48 4 2 v West Indies Chennai 17 Mar 2011
2 PAJ DeFreitas 9.1 2 28 3 2 v West Indies Jaipur 26 Oct 1987
3 CC Lewis 8.2 1 30 3 1 v West Indies Melbourne 27 Feb 1992
4 JC Archer 9.0 1 30 3 1 v West Indies Southampton 14 Jun 2019
5 PAJ DeFreitas 9.0 2 34 3 1 v West Indies Melbourne 27 Feb 1992
6 GP Swann 10.0 1 36 3 2 v West Indies Chennai 17 Mar 2011

JE Root and CR Woakes added 104 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 276th  occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 30th occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup

JE Root and CR Woakes added 104 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 63rd occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup for the second wicket. It also provides the sixth occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup for the second wicket

JE Root and CR Woakes added 104 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 20th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup against West Indies. It also provides the seconf occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup against West Indies

JE Root and CR Woakes added 104 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the fifth occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup for the second wicket against West Indies. It also provides the first occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup for the second wicket against West Indies

ICC World Cup 2019 – Match No 18 – Stats highlights

Match No 18 – India vs New Zealand at Nottingham on 13 Jun 19 – Match abandoned due to rain without a ball being bowled

Heavy downpour at Bristal caused the abandonment of the eightteenth game of ICC World Cup 2019 between India and New Zeland to provide the fifth occasion of an abandoned game due to rain interference without a ball being bowled in the history of the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team 1 Team 2 Result Ground Match Date
1 Sri Lanka West Indies Abandoned The Oval Jun 13, 1979
2 Australia Bangladesh Abandoned Brisbane Feb 21, 2015
3 Pakistan Sri Lanka Abandoned Bristol Jun 07, 2019
4 Bangladesh Sri Lanka Abandoned Bristal Jun 11, 2019
5 India New Zealand Abandoned Nottingham Jun 13, 2019

Sri Lanka has been involved in abandoned games on three occasions – against West Indies at The Oval on 13.06.1979,

against Pakistan at Bristol on 07.07.19 and against Bangladesh at Bristol on 11.06.19. Sri Lanka has been involved in abandoned games on most occasions.

Bangladesh has been involved in abandoned games on two occasions – against Australia at Brisbane on 21.02.15 and against Sri Lanka at Bristol on 11.06.19.

The ongoing edition of 2019 is the only edition to witness three abandoned games, while 1979 and 2015 editions had witnessed on abandoned game each

This is the fourth edition of World Cup being played in England – the other three editions are 1975, 1979 and 1983. 1979 is the only edition in England which had witnessed an abandoned game apart from the ongoing edition. Sri Lanka and West Indies game at the Oval on 13.06.79 was the abandoned game.

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