World Cup highs and lows

All the stats you need from the 2019 cricket World Cup.

The victorious England team.   -  AP

Winner: England

Runner-up: New Zealand

Losing semifinalists: India and Australia

Team records

Results and team position based on win percentage

RankTeamMatchesWonLostNo resultWin percentage
1India972077.78
2England1183072.73
3Australia1073070.00
4Pakistan853062.50
5New Zealand1064060.00
6Sri Lanka734042.86
7Bangladesh835037.50
8South Africa935133.33
9West Indies926122.22
10Afghanistan909000.00

Note: The result in the tied final is taken as a win for England and a loss for New Zealand in the table.

How the runs and boundaries were scored and conceded

By the batting side:

TeamMatchesInningsRunsWicketsBallsRuns/wicketRuns/overFoursSixesTotal boundaries
Afghanistan991,831872,35921.054.6617027197
Australia10102,901812,89035.816.0227144315
Bangladesh882,278642,29135.595.9721021231
England11113,183783,04240.816.2828376359
India992,51656264344.935.7122836264
New Zealand10102,154672,59632.154.9817523198
Pakistan882,025612,13733.205.6918928217
South Africa991,934522,17437.195.3415527182
Sri Lanka771,621621,86926.155.2013316149
West Indies981,969652,05030.295.7617059229

 

By the bowling side:

TeamMatchesInningsRunsWicketsBallsRuns/wicketRuns/overFoursSixesTotal boundaries
Afghanistan992,138512,29341.925.5916447211
Australia10102,607802,70232.595.7925051301
Bangladesh882,474632,36539.276.2820050250
England11112,767953,16429.135.2522637263
India992,237772,53329.055.3018330213
New Zealand10102,330872,79926.784.9922031251
Pakistan882,029612,14133.265.6917534209
South Africa982,067612,27733.895.4521121232
Sri Lanka771,621401,66040.535.8614928177
West Indies992,142582,11736.936.0720628234

 

Total:

MatchesInningsRunsWicketsBallsRuns/wicketRuns/overFoursSixesTotal boundaries
458922,41267324,05133.305.591,9843572,341

 

Team records

Highest team total: 397/6 (50 overs), England v Afghanistan at, Manchester), June 18, 2019

Highest team total batting second (losing side): 334/9 (50 overs), England v Pakistan at Nottingham, June 3, 2019

Highest successful run chase: 322/3 (41.3 overs), Bangladesh v West Indies at Taunton, June 17, 2019

Lowest team total: 105/10 (21.4 overs), Pakistan v West Indies at Nottingham, May 31, 2019

Highest match aggregate: 714/13 (100.0 overs), Australia (381/5) beat Bangladesh (333/8) at Nottingham, June 20, 2019 (World Cup record)

Lowest match aggregate: 213/13 (35.1 overs), Pakistan (105) lost to West Indies (108/3) at Nottingham, May 31, 2019

Lowest match aggregate (20 wickets): 353/20 (69.3 overs), Sri Lanka (201) beat Afghanistan (152) at Cardiff, June 4, 2019

Lowest match aggregate (100 overs): 482/18 (100 overs), New Zealand (241/8) lost to England (241) courtesy boundaries scored after the super over was also tied at Lord’s, June 14, 2019

Biggest victory (by runs): 150 runs, England beat Afghanistan at Manchester, June 18, 2019

Biggest victory (by wickets): 10 wickets, Sri Lanka lost to New Zealand at Cardiff, June 1, 2019

Biggest victory (by balls remaining): 218 balls, Pakistan lost to West Indies at Nottingham, May 31, 2019

Tied match: New Zealand (241/8) tied with England (241) at Lord’s, June 14, 2019. England won courtesy boundaries scored after the super over was also tied

Smallest victory (by runs): 5 runs, New Zealand beat West Indies at Manchester, June 22, 2019

Smallest victory (by wickets): 2 wickets, Bangladesh lost to New Zealand at the Oval, June 5, 2019

Smallest victory (by balls remaining): 2 balls, Afghanistan lost to Pakistan at Leeds, June 29, 2019

Most sixes in an innings (World Cup record): 25, England v Afghanistan at Manchester, June 18, 2019

Most fours in an innings: 37, Bangladesh v South Africa at the Oval, June 2, 2019

37, Australia v Sout Africa at Manchester, July 6, 2019

Most sixes in a match (World Cup record): 33, England (25) v Afghanistan (8) at Manchester, June 18, 2019

Most fours in a match: 64, Australia (34) v Bangladesh (30) at Nottingham, June 20, 2019

Individual records

Highest individual score: 166, David Warner, Australia v Bangladesh, at Nottingham, June 20, 2019

Highest individual score (batting second): 124 not out, Shakib Al Hasan, Bangladesh v West Indies at Taunton, June 17, 2019

Highest batting strike rate in an innings: 208.45, Eoin Morgan (148 in 71 balls), England v Afghanistan at, Manchester, June 18, 2019

Lowest batting strike rate in an innings: 59.60, Hashmatullah Shahidi (59 in 99 balls), Afghanistan v New Zealand at Taunton, June 8, 2019

Most sixes in an innings (ODI record): 17, Eoin Morgan (148), England v Afghanistan at Manchester, June 18, 2019

Most fours in an innings: 16, Shikhar Dhawan (117), India v Australia at the Oval, June 9, 2019

16, Shakib Al Hasan (124 not out), Bangladesh v West Indies at Taunton, June 17, 2019

Fastest fifty: 25 balls, Alex Carey (55 not out in 35 balls), Australia v India at the Oval, June 9, 2019

25 balls, Shimron Hetmyer (50 in 26 balls), West Indies v Bangladesh, at Taunton, June 17, 2019

Fastest hundred: 57 balls, Eoin Morgan (148 in 71 balls), England v Afghanistan at Manchester, June 18, 2019

Most hundreds (World Cup record): 5, Rohit Sharma, India

Most fifties (50-99): 5, Virat Kohli (India), Shakib Al Hasan (Bangladesh), Ben Stokes (England)

Most fifty-plus scores: 7, Shakib Al Hasan, Bangladesh

Most scores in the nineties (90-99): 1 by nine batsmen

Most ducks: 2 by 11 batsmen

Most sixes: 22, Eoin Morgan, England

Most fours: 67, Rohit Sharma (India), Jonny Bairstow (England)

Most runs: 648, Rohit Sharma (India) in nine matches

Highest batting average: 86.57, Shakib Al Hasan (Bangladesh), 606 runs in eight innings

Highest batting strike rate: 150.00, Glenn Maxwell (Australia), 177 runs in 118 balls in 10 innings.

Best bowling figures: 7/35 in 9.1 overs, Shaheen Shah Afridi, Pakistan v Bangladesh at Lord’s, July 5, 2019

Most economical bowling figures: 1.50, 6-1-9-2, Jasprit Bumrah, India v West Indies at Manchester, June 27, 2019

2.30, 10-0-23-2, Mohammad Nabi, Afghanistan v Pakistan at Leeds, June 29, 2019 (bowling full quota)

Most individual five-wicket hauls: 2, Mitchell Starc (Australia), Mustafizur Rahman (Bangladesh)

Most wickets (World Cup record): 27 in 10 matches, Mitchell Starc (Australia)

Best bowling average: 13.79, Mohammed Shami (India), 14 wickets in 35.1 overs in four matches

Best bowling strike rate: 15.07, Mohammed Shami (Ind), 14 wickets in 35.1 overs in four matches

Best bowling economy: 3.67, Kemar Roach (West Indies), six wickets in 33 overs in four matches

Hat-tricks: 2, Mohammed Shami, India v Afghanistan at Southampton, June 22, 2019

Trent Boult, New Zealand v Australia at Lord’s, June 29, 2019

Most dismissals by a wicketkeeper in a match: 5 (4 catches, 1 stumping), Alex Carey, Australia v Afghanistan at Bristol, June 1, 2019

5 (all catches), Tom Latham, New Zealand v Afghanistan at Taunton, June 8, 2019

Most dismissals by a wicketkeeper (equals World Cup record): 21 (all catches), Tom Latham (New Zealand) in 10 matches

Most catches by a fielder in a match (equals World Cup record): 4, Chris Woakes, England v Pakistan at Nottingham, June 3, 2019

Most catches by a fielder (World Cup record): 13, Joe Root (England) in 11 matches

Youngest player: 18 years, 65 days, Mujeeb Zadran, Afghanistan v Australia at Bristol, June 1, 2019

Oldest player: 40 years, 101 days, Imran Tahir, South Africa v Australia at Manchester, July 6, 2019