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.

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