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

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