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All the important numbers from the group stage of Cricket World Cup 2019

The Cricket World Cup in numbers.

After 45 matches played in the World Cup 2019, four teams made to the knock out stage of the tournament, a total of 21,014 runs were scored, and 625 wickets fell during that process. Let’s look at all the critical numbers from the group stage.

1 – Only one bowler took six wickets in a match, Shaheen Afridi from Pakistan. He took 6 for 35 against Bangladesh, the best bowling figure of World Cup 2019. He also became the youngest to take a five-wicket haul in a World Cup game.

5 – Number of hundreds scored by Rohit Sharma, the most by anyone in the history of ODI cricket. David Warner has scored three centuries in the tournament.

7 – Number of fifty plus scores by Shakib Al Hasan in the group stage. The most by any in a single edition of a World Cup and equals Sachin’s record which he created in 2003.

8 – Maximum number of maidens bowled by a bowler in the group stage. Both Jofra Archer and Jasprit Bumrah have bowled eight maidens, while Jofra bowled 80 overs in 9 games, Bumrah bowled 74 overs in 8 matches. Chris Woakes and Pat Cummins bowled six maiden overs.

9 – Number of matches lost by Afghanistan in this World Cup, the most by any team in a single World Cup edition.

10 – The only ten-wicket victory in the 2019 World Cup. New Zealand won its first match of the tournament against Sri Lanka.

11 – Joe Root has taken 11 catches, the most by any player in the competition.

15 – Mohammad Shami’s 15 balls per wicket is the best strike rate by a bowler in the tournament who has bowled a minimum of 5 overs.

17 – A World Record of the number of sixes hit by an individual player in an ODI innings – Eoin Morgan against Afghanistan.

19 – Most numbers of dismissals by a wicketkeeper in the competition – Alex Carey has taken 17 catches and two stumpings so far.

25 – The number of balls taken to score the fastest World Cup fifty of the tournament by Alex Carey and Shimron Hetmyer.

26 – Number of wickets taken by Mitchell Starc, the most of the World Cup 2019 and also the most in a single edition of World Cup. McGrath in 2007 took 26 wickets.

46 – Number of dot ball bowled by South African pacer Pretorius against Sri Lanka at Chester-le-Street, the most by any bowler in an innings.

57 – Balls are taken to score the fastest hundred of World Cup 2019, by Eoin Morgan against Afghanistan.

67 – Number of fours hit by Rohit Sharma, followed by David Warner (64) and Shakib Al Hasan (60).

96.20 – Kane Williamson’s average in the tournament. Williamson played seven innings for his 481 runs with two unbeaten knocks. Rohit Sharma has an average of 92.42.

105 – Pakistan scored its second-lowest total of all World Cups and the lowest total of this world cup by any team.

163.15 – Maxwell’s strike rate in the tournament, the highest by any batsman who played a minimum of 50 balls.

166 – Highest individual score by a batsman in the competition – David Warner smashed 166 against Bangladesh at Trent Bridge.

192 – The highest partnership for any wicket by any team – Warner and Khawaja added for the second wicket against Bangladesh at the Trent Bridge.

300 – Number of dots ball bowled by Jofra Archer in the tournament, most by any. Cummins (295) and Starc (288) are not far behind Archer.

397 – the Highest total of World Cup 2019, scored by England against Afghanistan at the Old Trafford.

647 – Most runs scored by a batsman in this World Cup – Rohit Sharma. Australian opener David Warner is not far behind as he scored 638 runs so far in the tournament.

714 – The highest match aggregate between Australia and Bangladesh at Trent Bridge. Australia scored 381 for 5 in 50 overs, and Bangladesh scored 333 for 8 in their 50 overs.


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