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

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