• Final World Cup statistics

    March 29, 2015
    Trent Boult, joint most wickets

    Here are the latest World Cup statistics after Australia’s victory over New Zealand in the final on Sunday. It was a batsman’s tournament with a record 37 hundreds – including an unbeaten 237 by Martin Guptill, 215 by Chris Gayle, the fastest World Cup 50 ever and the highest team score at a World Cup. For the bowlers there were two hat-tricks, four five-fors, one six-for and Tim Southee’s 7-33.


    MOST RUNS
    547 Martin Guptill (New Zealand, HS 237no)
    541 Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka, HS 124)
    482 AB de Villiers (South Africa, HS 162no)
    433 Brendan Taylor (Zimbabwe, HS 138)
    412 Shikhar Dhawan (India, HS 137)
    402 Steve Smith (Australia, HS 105)
    395 Tillakaratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka, HS 161no)
    380 Faf du Plessis (South Africa, HS 109)
    365 Mahmudullah (Bangladesh, HS 128no)
    350 Misbaq-ul-Haq (Pakistan, HS 76)
    345 David Warner (Australia, HS 178)
    340 Chris Gayle (West Indies, HS 215)
    339 Sean Williams (Zimbabwe, HS 96)
    333 Hashim Amla (South Africa, HS 159)
    330 Rohit Sharma (India, HS 137)
    328 Brendon McCullum (New Zealand, HS 77)
    324 David Miller (South Africa, HS 138)
    324 Glenn Maxwell (Australia, HS 102)
    311 Shaiman Anwar (UAE, HS 106)
    305 Virat Kohli (India, HS 107)
    302 Lahiru Thirimanne (Sri Lanka, HS 139no)
    310 Grant Elliott (New Zealand, HS 84no)
    298 Mushfiqur Rahim (Bangladesh, HS 89)
    284 Suresh Raina (India, HS 110no)
    280 Aaron Finch (Australia, HS 135)
    275 William Porterfield (Ireland, HS 107)
    262 Ian Bell (England, HS 63)
    254 Samiullah Shenwari (Afghanistan, HS 96)
    253 Kyle Coetzer (Scotland, HS 156)
    246 Ed Joyce (Ireland, HS 112)
    237 MS Dhoni (India, HS 85no)
    236 Andy Bilbirnie (Ireland, HS 97)
    234 Kane Williamson (New Zealand, HS 57)
    231 Corey Anderson, New Zealand, HS 75)
    230 Marlon Samuels (West Indies, HS 133no)
    227 Ahmed Shehzad (Pakistan, HS 93)
    221 Ross Taylor (New Zealand, HS 56)
    219 Michael Clarke (Australia, HS 74)
    210 Rilee Rossouw (South Africa, HS 61no)
    208 Arjuna Rahane (India, HS 79)
    208 Shane Watson (Australia, HS 67)
    202 Joe Root (England, HS 121)
    199 Niall O’Brien (Ireland, HS 79no)
    196 Shakib Al-Hasan (Bangladesh, HS 63)
    195 Angelo Mathews (Sri Lanka, HS 51)
    192 Moeen Ali (England, HS 128)
    186 Matt Machan (Scotland, HS 56)
    182 Sabbir Rahman (Bangladesh, HS 53)
    177 Darren Sammy (West Indies, HS 89)
    177 Haris Sohail (Pakistan, HS 70)
    175 Soumya Sarkar (Bangladesh, HS 51)
    173 Lendl Simmons (West Indies, HS 102)
    170 Ahmed Javed (UAE, HS 56)
    164 JP Duminy (South Africa, HS 115no)
    159 Paul Stirling (Ireland, HS 92)
    159 Rohit Sharma (India, HS 64)
    159 Craig Ervine (Zimbabwe, HS 52)

    MOST WICKETS
    22 Trent Boult (New Zealand, BB 5-27)
    22 Mitchell Starc (Australia, BB 6-28)
    18 Umesh Yadav (India, BB 4-31)
    17 Mohammed Shami (India, BB 4-35)
    17 Jerome Taylor (West Indies, BB 3-15)
    17 Morne Morkel (South Africa, BB 3-34)
    16 Wahab Riaz (Pakistan, BB 4-45)
    15 Tim Southee (New Zealand, BB 7-33)
    15 Imran Tahir (South Africa, BB 5-45)
    15 Daniel Vettori (New Zealand, BB 4-18)
    15 Josh Davey (Scotland, BB 4-68)
    14 Corey Anderson (New Zealand, BB 3-18)
    13 Ravi Ashwin (India, BB 4-25)
    13 Mohit Sharma (India, BB 3-48)
    12 Sohail Khan (Pakistan, BB 5-55)
    12 Mitchell Johnson (Australia, BB 4-22)
    12 Lasith Malinga (Sri Lanka, BB 3-35)
    11 Dale Steyn (South Africa, BB 2-39)
    11 Andre Russell (West Indies, BB 3-33)
    10 Shapoor Zadran (Afghanistan, BB 4-38)
    10 Tendai Chatara (Zimbabwe, BB 3-35)
    10 James Faulkner (Australia, BB 3-36)
    9 Kyle Abbott (South Africa, BB 4-21)
    9 Jason Holder (West Indies, HS 4-27)
    9 Taskin Ahmed (Bangladesh, BB 3-43)
    9 Ravi Jadeja (India, BB 2-23)
    8 Steven Finn (England, BB 5-71, incl hat-trick)
    8 Mohammed Irfan (Pakistan, BB 4-30)
    8 Rubel Hossain (Bangladesh, BB 4-53)
    8 Shakib Al-Hasan (Bangladesh, BB 4-55)
    8 Hamid Hassan (Afghanistan, BB 3-45)
    8 Mohammed Naveed (UAE, BB 3-63)
    7 Alex Cusack (Ireland, BB 4-32)
    7 Josh Hazlewood (Australia, BB 4-35)
    7 Richie Berrington (Scotland, BB 4-40)
    7 Manjula Guruge (UAE, BB 4-56)
    7 Mashrafe Mortaza (Bangladesh, BB 3-20)
    7 Rahat Ali (Pakistan, BB 3-40)
    7 Amjad Javed (UAE, BB 3-60)
    7 Sean Williams (Zimbabwe, BB 3-72)
    7 Suranga Lakmal (Sri Lanka, BB 2-36)
    6 Dawlat Zadran (Afghanistan, BB 3-29)
    6 JP Duminy (South Africa, BB 3-29)
    6 Angelo Matthews (Sri Lanka, BB 3-41)
    6 Iain Wardlaw (Scotland, BB 3-57)
    6 Alasdair Evans (Scotland, BB 2-30)
    6 Glenn Maxwell (Australia, BB 2-46)
    6 Kevin O’Brien (Ireland, BB 2-61)
    6 Thisara Perera (Sri Lanka, BB 2-87)

    HIGHEST INDIVIDUAL SCORES
    237no Martin Guptill (New Zealand)
    215 Chris Gayle (West Indies)
    178 David Warner (Australia)
    162no AB de Villiers (South Africa)
    161no Tillekeratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka)
    159 Hashim Amla (South Africa)
    156 Kyle Coetzer (Scotland)
    139no Lahiru Thirimanne (Sri Lanka)
    138no David Miller (South Africa)
    137 Shikhar Dhawan (India)
    137 Rohit Sharma (India)
    135 Aaron Finch (Australia)
    133no Marlon Samuels (West Indies)
    128no Mahmudullah (Bangladesh)
    128 Moeen Ali (England)
    124 Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka)
    121 Joe Root (England)
    121 Brendan Taylor (Zimbabwe)
    117no Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka)
    115no JP Duminy (South Africa)
    112 Ed Joyce (Ireland)
    110no Suresh Raina (India)
    109 Faf du Plessis (South Africa)
    107 Virat Kohli (India)
    107 William Porterfield (Ireland)
    106 Shaiman Anwar (UAE)
    105no Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka)
    105 Martin Guptill (New Zealand)
    105 Steve Smith (Australia)
    104 Tillekeratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka)
    104 Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka)
    103 Mahmudullah (Bangladesh)
    102 Lendl Simmons (West Indies)
    102 Glenn Maxwell (Australia)
    102 Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka)
    101 Safraz Ahmed (Pakistan)
    100 Mahela Jayawardena (Sri Lanka)
    100 Shikhar Dhawan (India)

    WICKETKEEPER DISMISSALS
    16 Brad Haddin (Australia)
    15 MS Dhoni (India)
    13 Denesh Ramdin (West Indies), Luke Ronchi (New Zealand)
    10 Matthew Cross (Scotland), Quinton de Kock (South Africa)
    8 Umar Akmal (Pakistan), Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka), Jos Buttler (England), Mushfiqur Rahim (Bangladesh)
    7 Afsar Zazai (Afghanistan)
    6 Safraz Ahmed (Pakistan)
    4 Brendon Taylor (Zimbabwe), Gary Wilson (Ireland), Swapnil Patel (UAE)
    1 Saqlain Haider (UAE)

    OUTFIELD CATCHES
    9 Rilee Rossouw (South Africa)
    8 Umesh Yadav (India)
    7 Joe Root (England)
    6 Suresh Raina (India), Hashim Amla (South Africa), AB de Villiers (South Africa), Soumya Sarkar (Bangladesh), Shikhar Dhawan (India), Aaron Finch (Australia), Daniel Vettori (New Zealand), Faf du Plessis (South Africa)
    5 Craig Ervine (Zimbabwe), William Porterfield (Ireland), Thisara Perera (Sri Lanka), Eoin Morgan (England), Ross Taylor (New Zealand), Freddie Coleman (Scotland), David Warner (Australia), Mohammed Shami (India), Chris Gayle (West Indies), Michael Clarke (Australia), Mitchell Starc (Australia)
    4 Haris Sohail (Pakistan), Virat Kohli (India), Sean Williams (Zimbabwe), Adam Milne (New Zealand), Calum McLeod (Scotland), Preston Mommsen (Scotland), Lahiru Thirimanne (Sri Lanka), Steve Smith (Australia), Wahab Riaz (Pakistan), Umar Akmal (Pakistan), Martin Guptill (NZ), Mitchell Johnson (Australia)

    HIGHEST PARTNERSHIPS PER WICKET
    1st: 174 Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan (India vs Ireland)
    2nd: 372 Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels (West Indies vs Zimbabwe)
    3rd: 143 Martin Guptill and Ross Taylor (New Zealand vs West Indies)
    4th: 146 Aaron Finch and George Bailey (Australia vs England)
    5th: 256* David Miller and JP Duminy (South Africa vs Zimbabwe)
    6th: 154 Lendl Simmons and Darren Sammy (West Indies vs Ireland)
    7th: 107 Shaiman Anwar and Amjad Javed (UAE vs Ireland)
    107 Amjad Javed and Nasir Aziz (UAE vs West Indies)
    8th: 53* Amjad Javed and Mohammed Naveed (UAE vs Zimbabwe)
    9th: 62 Majid Haq and Alisdair Evans (Scotland vs Afghanistan)
    10th: 45 Brad Haddin and Pat Cummins (Australia vs New Zealand)



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