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2019 Cricket World Cup statistics

Shakib Al Hasan (pictured in 2010) became the only cricketer in World Cup history to score 600 runs and take 10 wickets in a single tournament.[1]

This is a list of statistics for the 2019 Cricket World Cup. Each list contains the top five records (including ties for fifth place), except for the partnership records.

Team statistics

Highest team totals

Score Team Overs Against Date
397/6  England 50  Afghanistan 18 June 2019
386/6  England 50  Bangladesh 8 June 2019
381/5  Australia 50  Bangladesh 20 June 2019
352/5  India 50  Australia 9 June 2019
348/8  Pakistan 50  England 3 June 2019
Last updated: 20 June 2019[2]

Lowest team totals

This is a list of completed innings only, low totals in matches with reduced overs are omitted except when the team was all out. Successful run chases in the second innings are not counted.

Score Overs Team Against Date
105 21.4  Pakistan  West Indies 31 May 2019
125 34.1  Afghanistan  South Africa 15 June 2019
136 29.2  Sri Lanka  New Zealand 1 June 2019
143 34.2  West Indies  India 27 June 2019
152 32.4  Afghanistan  Sri Lanka 4 June 2019
Last updated: 14 July 2019[3]

Largest winning margin

By runs

Margin Team Against Date
150 runs  England  Afghanistan 19 June 2019
125 runs  India  West Indies 27 June 2019
119 runs  England  New Zealand 3 July 2019
106 runs  England  Bangladesh 8 June 2019
104 runs  England  South Africa 30 May 2019
Last updated: 3 July 2019[4]

By wickets

Margin Team Against Date
10 wickets  New Zealand  Sri Lanka 1 June 2019
9 wickets  South Africa  Afghanistan 15 June 2019
9 wickets  South Africa  Sri Lanka 28 June 2019
8 wickets  England  West Indies 14 June 2019
8 wickets  England  Australia 11 July 2019
Last updated: 11 July 2019[4]

By balls remaining

Balls remaining Team Against Date
218  West Indies  Pakistan 31 May 2019
203  New Zealand  Sri Lanka 1 June 2019
116  South Africa  Afghanistan 15 June 2019
107  New Zealand  Afghanistan 8 June 2019
107  England  Australia 11 July 2019
Last updated: 11 July 2019[4]

Smallest winning margin

By runs

Margin Team Against Date
5 runs  New Zealand  West Indies 22 June 2019
10 runs  South Africa  Australia 6 July 2019
11 runs  India  Afghanistan 22 June 2019
14 runs  Pakistan  England 3 June 2019
15 runs  Australia  West Indies 6 June 2019
Last updated: 14 July 2019'[5]

Note: England won the final of the tournament based on the total number of boundaries scored, after the scores finished level in both the match and the resulting Super over.

By wickets

Margin Team Against Date
2 wickets  New Zealand  Bangladesh 5 June 2019
3 wickets  Pakistan  Afghanistan 29 June 2019
4 wickets  New Zealand  South Africa 19 June 2019
6 wickets  India  South Africa 5 June 2019
6 wickets  Pakistan  New Zealand 26 June 2019
Last updated: 29 June 2019 [6]

By balls remaining

Balls remaining Team Against Date
2  Pakistan  Afghanistan 29 June 2019
3  New Zealand  South Africa 19 June 2019
5  Pakistan  New Zealand 26 June 2019
15  India  South Africa 5 June 2019
17  New Zealand  Bangladesh 5 June 2019
Last updated: 14 July 2019[5]

Batting statistics

Most runs

Rohit Sharma hit 5 centuries in the tournament, the most by any batsman in a single edition of World Cup.
Runs Player Inns HS Ave SR 100 50 4s 6s
648 India Rohit Sharma 9 140 81.00 98.33 5 1 67 14
647 Australia David Warner 10 166 71.88 89.36 3 3 66 8
606 Bangladesh Shakib Al Hasan 8 124* 86.57 96.03 2 5 60 2
578 New Zealand Kane Williamson 9 148 82.57 74.96 2 2 50 3
556 England Joe Root 11 107 61.77 89.53 2 3 48 2
Last updated: 14 July 2019[7]

Highest scores

High Score Player Team Against Balls 4s 6s SR
166 David Warner  Australia  Bangladesh 147 14 5 112.92
153 Jason Roy  England  Bangladesh 121 14 5 126.44
153 Aaron Finch  Australia  Sri Lanka 132 15 5 115.90
148 Eoin Morgan  England  Afghanistan 71 4 17 208.45
148 Kane Williamson  New Zealand  West Indies 154 14 1 96.10
Last updated: 14 July 2019[8]

Most boundaries

Total Fours
1983
Fours Player Innings
67 India Rohit Sharma 9
67 England Jonny Bairstow 11
66 Australia David Warner 10
60 Bangladesh Shakib Al Hasan 8
51 England Jason Roy 7
Last updated: 14 July 2019 [9]
Total Sixes
357
Sixes Player Innings
22 England Eoin Morgan 10
18 Australia Aaron Finch 10
14 India Rohit Sharma 9
12 England Jason Roy 7
12 Cricket West Indies Chris Gayle 8
Last updated: 14 July 2019 [10]

Note: For Full list of Boundaries and Sixes hit see Boundary Trackers

Most ducks

11 players all had two ducks, with Nuwan Pradeep of Sri Lanka and Shoaib Malik of Pakistan doing so in the fewest total innings (three).[11]

Bowling statistics

Most wickets

Mitchell Starc had the most wickets in a single edition of World Cup with 27.
Wkts Player Inns Ave Econ BBI SR
27 Australia Mitchell Starc 10 18.59 5.43 5/26 20.5
21 New Zealand Lockie Ferguson 9 19.47 4.88 4/37 23.9
20 Bangladesh Mustafizur Rahman 8 24.20 6.70 5/59 21.6
England Jofra Archer 11 23.05 4.57 3/27 30.2
18 India Jasprit Bumrah 9 20.61 4.41 4/55 28.0
England Mark Wood 10 25.72 5.16 3/18 29.8
Last updated: 14 July 2019[12]

Best bowling figures

Figures Overs Player Team Against Date
6/35 9.1 Shaheen Afridi  Pakistan  Bangladesh 5 July 2019
5/26 9.4 Mitchell Starc  Australia  New Zealand 29 June 2019
5/29 10 Shakib Al Hasan  Bangladesh  Afghanistan 24 June 2019
5/30 10 Mohammad Amir  Pakistan  Australia 24 June 2019
5/31 10 James Neesham  New Zealand  Afghanistan 8 June 2019
Last updated: 5 July 2019[13]

Most maidens

Mdns Player Inns
9 India Jasprit Bumrah 9
8 England Jofra Archer 11
6 Australia Pat Cummins 10
England Chris Woakes 11
5 South Africa Chris Morris 7
New Zealand Matt Henry 9
Australia Mitchell Starc 10
Last updated: 14 July 2019[14]

Most dot balls

Dots Player Inns
371 England Jofra Archer 11
351 New Zealand Trent Boult 10
323 Australia Pat Cummins 10
319 Australia Mitchell Starc 10
301 New Zealand Lockie Ferguson 9
Last updated: 14 July 2019[15]

Hat-tricks

Mohammed Shami took the first hat-trick of this World Cup.
Player Team Batsmen out Against Date
Mohammad Shami  India Mohammad Nabi (c Pandya)
Aftab Alam (b)
Mujeeb Ur Rahman (b)
 Afghanistan 22 June 2019
Trent Boult  New Zealand Usman Khawaja (b)
Mitchell Starc (b)
Jason Behrendorff (lbw)
 Australia 29 June 2019
Last Updated: 29 June 2019[16][17][18][19]

Fielding statistics

Most dismissals

This is a list of wicket-keepers with the most dismissals in the tournament.

Dismissals Player Team Innings Caught Stumped
21 Tom Latham  New Zealand 10 21 0
20 Alex Carey  Australia 10 18 2
16 Shai Hope  West Indies 9 16 0
14 Sarfaraz Ahmed  Pakistan 8 13 1
14 Jos Buttler  England 11 12 2
Last updated: 14 July 2019[20]

Most catches

This is a list of the fielders who took the most catches in the tournament; catches made as wicket-keeper are not included.

Catches Player Team Innings
13 Joe Root  England 11
10 Faf du Plessis  South Africa 8
8 Sheldon Cottrell  West Indies 9
8 Martin Guptill  New Zealand 10
8 Chris Woakes  England 11
Last updated: 14 July 2019[21]

Other statistics

Group stage points table

Pos Team Pld W L T NR Pts NRR Qualification
1  India 9 7 1 0 1 15 0.809 Advanced to semi-finals
2  Australia 9 7 2 0 0 14 0.868
3  England (H) 9 6 3 0 0 12 1.152
4  New Zealand 9 5 3 0 1 11 0.175
5  Pakistan 9 5 3 0 1 11 −0.430 Eliminated
6  Sri Lanka 9 3 4 0 2 8 −0.919
7  South Africa 9 3 5 0 1 7 −0.030
8  Bangladesh 9 3 5 0 1 7 −0.410
9  West Indies 9 2 6 0 1 5 −0.225
10  Afghanistan 9 0 9 0 0 0 −1.322
Source: ICC, ESPNcricinfo
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Wins; 3) Net run rate; 4) Results of games between tied teams; 5) Pre-tournament seeding
(H) Host

Highest partnerships

The following tables are lists of the highest partnerships for the tournament.

By wicket

Team Against Date
1st 189 KL Rahul Rohit Sharma  India  Sri Lanka 6 July 2019
2nd 192 David Warner Usman Khawaja  Australia  Bangladesh 20 June 2019
3rd 189 Joe Root Eoin Morgan  England  Afghanistan 18 June 2019
4th 189* Shakib Al Hasan Liton Das  Bangladesh  West Indies 17 June 2019
5th 130 Joe Root Jos Buttler  England  Pakistan 3 June 2019
6th 132 James Neesham Colin de Grandhomme  New Zealand  Pakistan 26 June 2019
7th 116 MS Dhoni Ravindra Jadeja  India  New Zealand 9 July 2019
8th 66 Chris Morris Kagiso Rabada  South Africa  India 5 June 2019
9th 39 Rashid Khan Mujeeb Ur Rahman  Afghanistan  Australia 1 June 2019
10th 41 Carlos Brathwaite Oshane Thomas  West Indies  New Zealand 22 June 2019
Last updated: 10 July 2019[22]

By runs

Partnership Wicket Players Team Against Date
192 2nd David Warner Usman Khawaja  Australia  Bangladesh 20 June 2019
189* 4th Shakib Al Hasan Liton Das  Bangladesh  West Indies 17 June 2019
189 3rd Joe Root Eoin Morgan  England  Afghanistan 18 June 2019
189 1st KL Rahul Rohit Sharma  India  Sri Lanka 6 July 2019
180 1st KL Rahul Rohit Sharma  India  Bangladesh 2 July 2019
Last updated: 6 July 2019[23]

Tied match

2019 Cricket World cup saw the final match as the fifth tied match in the history of the tournament ensuring that this was the fifth world cup with a tied game (1999 Cricket World Cup – Semifinals between Australia and South Africa, 2003 Cricket World Cup – Group B match between South Africa and Sri Lanka, 2007 Cricket World Cup – Group D match between Ireland and Zimbabwe, and 2011 Cricket World Cup – Group B match between India and England).[24] The tie-breaking super over was also tied, England won the match and title by superior boundary count.[25]

Team 1 Score 1 Team 2 Score 2 Venue Date
 New Zealand 241/8 (50 overs)
15/1 (Super over)
 England 241 (50 overs)
15/0 (Super over)
Lord's, London 14 July 2019

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