ICC World Cup 2019 – Match No 38 – Stats highlights

Match No 38 – England Vs India at Birmingham on 30 Jun 2019 – England won by 31 runs

England won the toss and elected to bat in this game to provide the 24th occasion of England doing so in the World Cup. It also provides the fourth such occasion by England against India in World Cup

India capped R Pant for this game. He became the 84th cricketer to represent India in World Cup. He also became the eighth Indian cricketer to make his debut in the World Cup 2019

England became the fourth team to play 80 plus matches in the World Cup. Today’s game was the 80th World Cup game for England

No Team Span Mat Won Lost Tied NR
1 Australia 1975-2019 92 69 21 1 1
2 New Zealand 1975-2019 86 53 32 0 1
3 India 1975-2019 81 51 28 1 1
4 England 1975-2019 80 46 32 1 1

JM  Bairstow scored 111 in this game to provide  the eighth occasion of a batsman scoring 111 or 111 not out in an innings. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Aamer Sohail 111 1 Pak RSA Karachi 29 Feb 1996
2 BC Lara 111 1 Win RSA Karachi 11 Mar 1996
3 JM Davison 111 1 Can Win Centurion 23 Feb 2003
4 SC Ganguly 111* 1 Ind Ken Durban 20 Mar 2003
5 SB Styris 111* 1 NZl Srl St George’s 12 Apr 2007
6 SR Tendulkar 111 1 Ind Srl Nagpur 12 Mar 2011
7 KC Sangakkara 111 1 Srl NZl Mumbai 18 Mar 2011
8 JM Bairstow 111 1 Eng Ind Birmingham 30 Jun 2019

JJ Roy and JM Bairstow scored 66 and 111 respectively in this game to provide the 54th occasion of both the openers scoring fifties in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the ninth occasion of England opening batsmen performing such a feat in the World Cup

JJ Roy and JM Bairstow scored 66 and 111 respectively in this game to provide the 21st occasion of one of the openers scoring a century and another half century in an innings in the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Match Particulars C HC Start Date
1 Australia (innings 1) v Sri Lanka at The Oval, 1975 1 1 11 Jun 1975
2 India (innings 2) v New Zealand at Nagpur, 1987/88 1 1 31 Oct 1987
3 India (innings 2) v Kenya at Cuttack, 1995/96 1 1 18 Feb 1996
4 Australia (innings 1) v India at Mumbai, 1995/96 1 1 27 Feb 1996
5 South Africa (innings 1) v Netherlands at Rawalpindi, 1995/96 1 1 05 Mar 1996
6 Pakistan (innings 2) v New Zealand at Manchester, 1999 1 1 16 Jun 1999
7 West Indies (innings 1) v Kenya at Kimberley, 2002/03 1 1 4 Mar 2003
8 New Zealand (innings 1) v Canada at Gros Islet, 2006/07 1 1 22 Mar 2007
9 India (innings 1) v South Africa at Nagpur, 2010/11 1 1 12 Mar 2011
10 Ireland (innings 2) v Netherlands at Kolkata, 2010/11 1 1 18 Mar 2011
11 England (innings 1) v Scotland at Christchurch, 2014/15 1 1 23 Feb 2015
12 Sri Lanka (innings 1) v Bangladesh at Melbourne, 2014/15 1 1 26 Feb 2015
13 India (innings 2) v Ireland at Hamilton, 2014/15 1 1 10 Mar 2015
14 Pakistan (innings 2) v Ireland at Adelaide, 2014/15 1 1 15 Mar 2015
15 England (innings 1) v Bangladesh at Cardiff, 2019 1 1 08 Jun 2019
16 India (innings 1) v Australia at The Oval, 2019 1 1 09 Jun 2019
17 Australia (innings 1) v Pakistan at Taunton, 2019 1 1 12 Jun 2019
18 India (innings 1) v Pakistan at Manchester, 2019 1 1 16 Jun 2019
19 Australia (innings 1) v Bangladesh at Nottingham, 2019 1 1 20 Jun 2019
20 Australia (innings 1) v England at Lord’s, 2019 1 1 25 Jun 2019
21 England (innings 1) v India at Birmingham, 2019 1 1 30 Jun 2019

It also provides the third occasion of England opening batsmen performing such a feat in the World Cup. All the three occasions are listed below

No Match Particulars C HC Start Date
1 England (innings 1) v Scotland at Christchurch, 2014/15 1 1 23 Feb 2015
2 England (innings 1) v Bangladesh at Cardiff, 2019 1 1 08 Jun 2019
3 England (innings 1) v India at Birmingham, 2019 1 1 30 Jun 2019

JJ Roy and JM Bairstow scored 66 and 111 respectively in this game to provide the seventh occasion of one of the openers scoring a century and another half century in an innings in the World Cup 2019. All such occasions are tabulated below

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No Match Particulars C HC Start Date
1 England (innings 1) v Bangladesh at Cardiff, 2019 1 1 08 Jun 2019
2 India (innings 1) v Australia at The Oval, 2019 1 1 09 Jun 2019
3 Australia (innings 1) v Pakistan at Taunton, 2019 1 1 12 Jun 2019
4 India (innings 1) v Pakistan at Manchester, 2019 1 1 16 Jun 2019
5 Australia (innings 1) v Bangladesh at Nottingham, 2019 1 1 20 Jun 2019
6 Australia (innings 1) v England at Lord’s, 2019 1 1 25 Jun 2019
7 England (innings 1) v India at Birmingham, 2019 1 1 30 Jun 2019

England posted a total of 337 for 7 and India posted a total of 306 for 5 in this game to provide the sixteenth 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
             
16 England 337/7 50.0 India Birmingham 30 Jun 2019
  India 306/5 50.0 England Birmingham 30 Jun 2019

India lost the game despite posting 306 for 5 to provide the 16th 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
16 India 306/5 50.0 England Birmingham 30 Jun 2019

England posted a total of 337 for 7 and India posted a total of 306 for 5 in this game to provide the second occasion of both teams – England and India – 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 India 338/10 49.5 England Bangalore 27 Feb 2011
  England 338/08 50.0 India Bangalore 27 Feb 2011
             
2 England 337/7 50.0 India Birmingham 30 Jun 2019
  India 306/5 50.0 England Birmingham 30 Jun 2019

England posted a total of 337 for 7 to provide the 107th occasion of a team posting a total of 300 plus runs in a match in the World Cup. It also provides the 13th occasion of England posting a total of 300 plus runs in the World Cup. It also provides the third occasion of England posting a total of 300 plus runs in an innings against India in the World Cup.

India posted a total of 306 for 5 in this game to provide the 108th occasion a team posting a total of 300 plus runs in a match in the World Cup. It also provides the 12th occasion of India posting a total of 300 plus runs in the World Cup. It also provides the second occasion of India posting a total of 300 plus runs in an innings against England in the World Cup.

JJ Roy-JM Bairstow added 160 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 296th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 33rd occasion of England batsman posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup.

JJ Roy-JM Bairstow added 160 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 74th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings for the first wicket in the World Cup. It also provides the 33rd occasion of England batsman posting a three figure partnership in an innings for the first wicket in the World Cup.

Mohammad Shami captured five for 69 in this game to provide the 61st occasion of a bowler capturing five or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup. He became the sixth Indian bowler to achieve such a feat in the World Cup. The following table lists the performance of these six Indian bowlers.

No Player O M R W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 N Kapil Dev 12.0 2 43 5 1 v Australia Nottingham 13 Jun 1983
2 RR Singh 9.3 0 31 5 2 v Sri Lanka Taunton 26 May 1999
3 BKV Prasad 9.3 2 27 5 2 v Pakistan Manchester 08 Jun 1999
4 A Nehra 10.0 2 23 6 2 v England Durban 26 Feb 2003
5 Yuvraj Singh 10.0 0 31 5 1 v Ireland Bengaluru 06 Mar 2011
6 Mohammed Shami 10.0 1 69 5 1 v England Birmingham 30 Jun 2019

Mohammad Shami captured four plus wickets in three consecutive games to provide the eleventh occasion of a bowler capturing four plus wicket in three consecutive games in the history of one day internationala. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player 4wi W/R Inns Team Oppn Ground Match Date
1 ND Hirwani 3 4/43 2 Ind NZl Sharjah 27 Mar 1988
      4/46 2 Ind NZl Sharjah 01 Apr 1988
      4/50 2 Ind Win Sharjah 16 Oct 1988
                 
2 Waqar Younis 3 4/42 2 Pak Ind Sharjah 27 Apr 1990
      6/26 2 Pak Srl Sharjah 29 Apr 1990
      5/20 1 Pak NZl Sharjah 01 May 1990
                 
3 Waqar Younis 3 5/11 1 Pak NZl Peshawar 04 Nov 1990
      5/16 2 Pak NZl Sialkot 06 Nov 1990
      5/52 2 Pak Win Karachi 09 Nov 1990
                 
4 Waqar Younis 3 4/32 1 Pak NZl Port Elizabeth 13 Dec 1994
      4/52 1 Pak RSA Durban 17 Dec 1994
      4/33 1 Pak NZl East London 19 Dec 1994
                 
5 SK Warne 3 5/33 1 Aus Win Sydney 08 Dec 1996
      4/52 1 Aus Pak Adelaide 15 Dec 1996
      4/37 2 Aus Pak Sydney 01 Jan 1997
                 
6 VC Drakes 3 4/26 2 Win Ban Chittagong 29 Nov 2002
      4/18 2 Win Ban Dhaka 02 Dec 2002
      4/33 2 Win Ban Dhaka 03 Dec 2002
                 
7 Khurram Chohan 3 4/26 1 Can Ken King City (NW) 19 Aug 2009
      4/39 1 Can Afg Sharjah 16 Feb 2010
      4/43 1 Can Afg Sharjah 18 Feb 2010
                 
8 Abdur Razzak 3 4/41 1 Ban Zim Dhaka 01 Dec 2010
      5/30 1 Ban Zim Dhaka 03 Dec 2010
      4/14 2 Ban Zim Dhaka 06 Dec 2010
                 
9 Shahid Afridi 3 5/16 2 Pak Ken Hambantota 23 Feb 2011
      4/34 2 Pak Srl Colombo (RPS) 26 Feb 2011
      5/23 2 Pak Cam Colombo (RPS) 03 Mar 2011
                 
10 MJ Henry 3 4/49 1 NZl Srl Christchurch 26 Dec 2015
      4/33 1 NZl Srl Christchurch 28 Dec 2015
      5/40 2 NZl Srl Mount Maunganui 05 Jan 2016
                 
11 Mohammed Shami 3 4/40 2 Ind Afg Southampton 22 Jun 2019
      4/16 2 Ind Win Manchester 27 Jun 2019
      5/69 1 Ind Eng Birmingham 30 Jun 2019

Mohammad Shami captured four plus wickets in three consecutive games to provide the second occasion of an Indian  bowler capturing four plus wicket in three consecutive games in the history of one day internationals. Both the occasions are tabulated below

No Player 4wi W/R Inns Team Oppn Ground Match Date
1 ND Hirwani 3 4/43 2 Ind NZl Sharjah 27 Mar 1988
      4/46 2 Ind NZl Sharjah 01 Apr 1988
      4/50 2 Ind Win Sharjah 16 Oct 1988
                 
2 Mohammed Shami 3 4/40 2 Ind Afg Southampton 22 Jun 2019
      4/16 2 Ind Win Manchester 27 Jun 2019
      5/69 1 Ind Eng Birmingham 30 Jun 2019

Mohammad Shami captured four plus wickets in three consecutive games to provide the second occasion of a bowler capturing four plus wicket in three consecutive games in the World Cup.  Both the occasions are tabulated below

No Player 4wi W/R Inns Team Oppn Ground Match Date
1 Shahid Afridi 3 5/16 2 Pak Ken Hambantota 23 Feb 2011
      4/34 2 Pak Srl Colombo (RPS) 26 Feb 2011
      5/23 2 Pak Cam Colombo (RPS) 03 Mar 2011
                 
2 Mohammed Shami 3 4/40 2 Ind Afg Southampton 22 Jun 2019
      4/16 2 Ind Win Manchester 27 Jun 2019
      5/69 1 Ind Eng Birmingham 30 Jun 2019

V Kohli became the second batsman to score five consecutive fifties in a World Cup. The following table lists all the batsmen who have scored four consecutive fifties  in a world Cup. V Kohli became the ninth batsman to achieve such a feat in the World Cup

No Batsman Team Score Score Score Score Score Opp Opp Opp Opp Opp Editions
1 V Kohli Ind 82 77 67 72 66 Aus Pak Afg Win Eng 2019
2 SPD Smith Aus 95 72 65 105 56* Afg Srl Pak Ind NZl 2015
3 G Fowler Eng 78* 69 69 81*   Pak NZl Pak Srl   1983
4 NS Sidhu Ind 73 75 51 55   Aus NZl Aus Zim   1987
5 DC  Boon Aus 93 65 75 100   Zim Pak Eng  NZl   1987, 1992
6 SR Tendulkar Ind 127* 70 90 137   Ken Win Aus Srl   1996
7 SR Tendulkar Ind 81 152 50 98   Zim Nam Eng Pak   2003
8 GC  Smith RSA 67 91 74 59   Net Sco Aus Srl   2007
9 Shakib Al Hasan Ban 75 64 121 124*   RSA NZl Eng Win   2019

V Kohli became the sixth captain in the history of the World Cup to score five fifties. Others are MD Crowe, DPMD Jayawardene, RT Ponting, GC Smith and AJ Finch. AJ Finch achieving the feat in the ongoing edition of 2019

Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 0 50+ Edition
MD Crowe NZl 5 5 4 419 100* 419.00 1 4 0 5 1992
M Jayawardene Srl 5 5 1 410 115* 102.50 1 4 0 5 2007
RT Ponting Aus 5 5 1 422 113 105.50 1 4 0 5 2007
GC Smith RSA 5 5 1 380 91 95.00 0 5 0 5 2007
AJ Finch Aus 5 5 0 454 153 90.80 2 3 0 5 2019
V Kohli Ind 5 5 0 364 82 72.80 0 5 0 5 2019

V Kohli became the second batsman in the history of the World Cup to score five consecutive fifties after SPD Smith of Australia. The following table lists the fifties scored by these two batsmen

No Player Runs Opposition Ground Start Date
1 SPD Smith 95 v Afghanistan Perth 04 Mar 2015
2 SPD Smith 72 v Sri Lanka Sydney 08 Mar 2015
3 SPD Smith DNB v Scotland Hobart 14 Mar 2015
4 SPD Smith 65 v Pakistan Adelaide 20 Mar 2015
5 SPD Smith 105 v India Sydney 26 Mar 2015
6 SPD Smith 56* v New Zealand Melbourne 29 Mar 2015
           
No Player Runs Opposition Ground Start Date
1 V Kohli 82 v Australia The Oval 9 Jun 2019
2 V Kohli 77 v Pakistan Manchester 16 Jun 2019
3 V Kohli 67 v Afghanistan Southampton 22 Jun 2019
4 V Kohli 72 v West Indies Manchester 27 Jun 2019
5 V Kohli 66 v England Birmingham 30 Jun 2019

V Kohli’s feat of five fifties in the edition of the World Cup provides the fifth occasion of an Indian batsman scoring five or more fifties in a single edition of the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below. V Kohli became the fourth Indian batsman to achieve the feat

No Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+ Edition
1 SR Tendulkar Ind 11 11 0 673 152 61.18 1 6 7 2003
2 SR Tendulkar Ind 7 7 1 523 137 87.16 2 3 5 1996
3 R Dravid Ind 8 8 1 461 145 65.85 2 3 5 1999
4 Yuvraj Singh Ind 9 8 4 362 113 90.50 1 4 5 2011
5 V Kohli Ind 6 6 0 382 82 63.66 0 5 5 2019

V Kohli’s feat of five fifties in the edition of the World Cup provides the fifth occasion of a batsman scoring five or more fifties in the ongoing edition of the World Cup 2019. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+ Edition
1 AJ Finch Aus 8 8 0 504 153 63.00 2 3 5 2019
2 V Kohli Ind 6 6 0 382 82 63.66 0 5 5 2019
3 JE Root Eng 8 8 1 476 107 68.00 2 3 5 2019
4 Shakib Al Hasan Ban 6 6 1 476 124* 95.20 2 3 5 2019
5 DA Warner Aus 8 8 1 516 166 73.71 2 3 5 2019

V Kohli’s feat of five fifties in the edition of the World Cup provides the 19th occasion of a batsman scoring five or more fifties in a single edition of the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+ Edition
1 SR Tendulkar Ind 11 11 0 673 152 61.18 1 6 7 2003
2 DC Boon Aus 8 8 0 447 93 55.87 0 5 5 1987
3 MD Crowe NZl 9 9 5 456 100* 114.00 1 4 5 1992
4 Javed Miandad Pak 9 9 2 437 89 62.42 0 5 5 1992
5 SR Tendulkar Ind 7 7 1 523 137 87.16 2 3 5 1996
6 R Dravid Ind 8 8 1 461 145 65.85 2 3 5 1999
7 M Jayawardene Srl 11 11 2 548 115* 60.88 1 4 5 2007
8 KP Pietersen Eng 9 9 1 444 104 55.50 2 3 5 2007
9 RT Ponting Aus 11 9 1 539 113 67.37 1 4 5 2007
10 GC Smith RSA 10 10 1 443 91 49.22 0 5 5 2007
11 SB Styris NZl 10 9 3 499 111* 83.16 1 4 5 2007
12 IJL Trott Eng 7 7 0 422 92 60.28 0 5 5 2011
13 Yuvraj Singh Ind 9 8 4 362 113 90.50 1 4 5 2011
14 SPD Smith Aus 8 7 1 402 105 67.00 1 4 5 2015
15 AJ Finch Aus 8 8 0 504 153 63.00 2 3 5 2019
16 V Kohli Ind 6 6 0 382 82 63.66 0 5 5 2019
17 JE Root Eng 8 8 1 476 107 68.00 2 3 5 2019
18 Shakib Al Hasan Ban 6 6 1 476 124* 95.20 2 3 5 2019
19 DA Warner Aus 8 8 1 516 166 73.71 2 3 5 2019

2007 and 2019 editions of the World Cup have witnessed five batsmen scoring fifties, The following table furnishes the performance of the batsmen who have performed the feat

No Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+ Edition
1 M Jayawardene Srl 11 11 2 548 115* 60.88 1 4 5 2007
2 KP Pietersen Eng 9 9 1 444 104 55.50 2 3 5 2007
3 RT Ponting Aus 11 9 1 539 113 67.37 1 4 5 2007
4 GC Smith RSA 10 10 1 443 91 49.22 0 5 5 2007
5 SB Styris NZl 10 9 3 499 111* 83.16 1 4 5 2007
                         
1 AJ Finch Aus 8 8 0 504 153 63.00 2 3 5 2019
2 V Kohli Ind 6 6 0 382 82 63.66 0 5 5 2019
3 JE Root Eng 8 8 1 476 107 68.00 2 3 5 2019
4 Shakib Al Hasan Ban 6 6 1 476 124* 95.20 2 3 5 2019
5 DA Warner Aus 8 8 1 516 166 73.71 2 3 5 2019

RG Sharma-V Kohli added 138 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 297th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 35th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup.

RG Sharma-V Kohli added 138 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 69th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an  innings for the second wicket  in the World Cup. It also provides the eleventh occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings for the second wicket in the World Cup.

RG Sharma scored 102 in this game to provide the 186th occasion of a batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 29th occasion of Indian batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup

RG Sharma’s 102 in this game provide his fourth century in the World Cup. He became the third Indian batsman to score  four or  more centuries in an innings in the World Cup. The following table lists the centuries scored by these  three Indian batsmen

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 SC Ganguly 183 1 v Sri Lanka Taunton 26 May 1999
2 SC Ganguly 112* 1 v Namibia Pietermaritzburg 23 Feb 2003
3 SC Ganguly 107* 2 v Kenya Cape Town 07 Mar 2003
4 SC Ganguly 111* 1 v Kenya Durban 20 Mar 2003
             
1 RG Sharma 137 1 v Bangladesh Melbourne 19 Mar 2015
2 RG Sharma 122* 2 v South Africa Southampton 05 Jun 2019
3 RG Sharma 140 1 v Pakistan Manchester 16 Jun 2019
4 RG Sharma 102 2 v England Birmingham 30 Jun 2019
             
1 SR Tendulkar 127* 2 v Kenya Cuttack 18 Feb 1996
2 SR Tendulkar 137 1 v Sri Lanka Delhi 02 Mar 1996
3 SR Tendulkar 140* 1 v Kenya Bristol 23 May 1999
4 SR Tendulkar 152 1 v Namibia Pietermaritzburg 23 Feb 2003
5 SR Tendulkar 120 1 v England Bengaluru 27 Feb 2011
6 SR Tendulkar 111 1 v South Africa Nagpur 12 Mar 2011

RG Sharma’s 102 in this game provide his fourth century as an opening batsman in the World Cup. He became the second Indian opening batsman to score four or more centuries in an innings in the World Cup. The following table lists the centuries scored by these two Indian batsmen

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 RG Sharma 137 1 v Bangladesh Melbourne 19 Mar 2015
2 RG Sharma 122* 2 v South Africa Southampton 05 Jun 2019
3 RG Sharma 140 1 v Pakistan Manchester 16 Jun 2019
4 RG Sharma 102 2 v England Birmingham 30 Jun 2019
             
1 SR Tendulkar 127* 2 v Kenya Cuttack 18 Feb 1996
2 SR Tendulkar 137 1 v Sri Lanka Delhi 02 Mar 1996
3 SR Tendulkar 152 1 v Namibia Pietermaritzburg 23 Feb 2003
4 SR Tendulkar 120 1 v England Bengaluru 27 Feb 2011
5 SR Tendulkar 111 1 v South Africa Nagpur 12 Mar 2011

RG Sharma scored 102 in this game to provide the 96th occasion of a batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 15th occasion of Indian batsman scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup

RG Sharma became the fourth opening batsman in the history of the World Cup to score four or more centuries  in the World Cup. Others are – SR Tendulkar {05}, TM  Dilshan {04} and ME Waugh {04}

RG Sharma became the ninth batsman in the history of the World Cup to score four or more centuries  in the World Cup. Others are – SR Tendulkar {06},RT Ponting {05}, KC Sangakkara {05}, AB de Villiers {04} TM  Dilshan {04} SC Ganguly {04}, DPMD Jayawardene {04} and ME Waugh {04}

RG Sharma’s 102 in this game provides his 25th century in one  day internationals. He became the  third  Indian batsman to score 25 plus centuries in one day internationals. Others are – SR Tendulkar {49} and V Kohli {41}

RG Sharma’s 102 in this game provides his 25th century in one day internationals. He became the ninth batsman to score 25 plus centuries in one day internationals. Others are – SR Tendulkar {49} and V Kohli {41}, RT Ponting {30},  ST Jayasuriya {28], HM Amla {27}, AB de Villiers {25}, CH Gayle {25} and KC Sangakkara {25]

RG Sharma’s 102 in  this game was in a losing cause to provide the 37th occasion of a batsman’s century going in vain in the World Cup. It also provides the fourth occasion of Indian batsman’s century in a losing  cause in the World Cup.

Mohammad Shami’s five for 69 in this game was in a losing cause to provide the 14th occasion of a bowler’s five wicket haul going in vain in the World Cup. It also provides the second occasion of Indian bowler’s five wicket  haul in a losing  cause in the World Cup.

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