Latest World Cup statistics

February 20, 2015
Brendon McCullum, most runs

Here are the latest statistics after Friday’s victory by New Zealand over England at the World Cup. There have been five centuries, the fastest World Cup 50 ever, one hat-trick, three five-fors and Tim Southee’s 7-33. On Saturday, Pakistan play the West Indies in Pool B in the only match.

HOW THEY STAND

POOL A

P W L T Pts Net RR
New Zealand 3 3 0 0 6 +3.586
Australia 1 1 0 0 2 +2.220
Bangladesh 1 1 0 0 2 +1.558
Afghanistan 1 0 1 0 0 -1.558
Sri Lanka 1 0 1 0 0 -1.960
Scotland 1 0 1 0 0 -3.039
England 2 0 2 0 0 -3.952

POOL B

P W L T Pts Net RR
India 1 1 0 0 2 +1.520
South Africa 1 1 0 0 2 +1.240
Ireland 1 1 0 0 2 +0.618
Zimbabwe 2 1 1 0 2 -0.495
UAE 1 0 1 0 0 -0.258
West Indies 1 0 1 0 0 -0.618
Pakistan 1 0 1 0 0 -1.520

MOST RUNS
157 Brendon McCullum (NZ, HS 77)
138 David Miller (SA)
135 Aaron Finch (Aus)
115 JP Duminy (SA)
107 Virat Kohli (India)
104 Kane Williamson (NZ, HS 57)
102 Lendl Simmons (West Indies)
98 James Taylor (Eng)
92 Paul Stirling (Ireland)
89 Darren Sammy (West Indies)
88 Martin Guptill (NZ, HS 49)
87 Brendan Taylor (Zimbabwe, HS 47)
86 Corey Anderson (NZ, HS 75)
84 Ed Joyce (Ireland)
84 Sean Williams (Zimbabwe, HS 76no)
81 Hamilton Masakadza (Zimbabwe, HS 80)
79 Niall O’Brien (Ireland)
76 Misbaq-ul-Hak (Pakistan)
74 SK Raina (India)
73 Shikhar Dhawan (India)
71 Mushfiqur Rahim (Bangladesh)
67 Shaiman Anwar (UAE)
66 Glenn Maxwell (Aus)
65 Lahiru Thirimanne (Sri Lanka)
64 Chamu Chibhabha (Zimbabwe)
63 Shakib Al Hasan (Bangladesh)
58 Grant Elliott (NZ, HS 29)
56 Matt Machan (Scot)
55 George Bailey (Aus)
55 Craig Ervine (Zimbabwe, HS 42)
51 Sikander Raza (Zimbabwe, HS 46)
51 Joe Root (Eng, HS 46)
50 Richie Berrington (Scot)

MOST WICKETS
11 Tim Southee (NZ, BB 7-33)
6 Daniel Vettori (NZ, BB 3-24)
5 Mitchell Marsh (Aus, BB 5-33)
5 Corey Anderson (NZ, BB 3-18)
5 Sohail Khan (Pakistan, BB 5-55)
5 Trent Boult (NZ, BB 2-21)
5 Steven Finn (Eng, BB 5-71, incl hat-trick)
4 Mohammed Shami (India, BB 4-35)
4 Tendai Chatata (Zim, BB 3-42)
3 Mashrafe Mortaza (Bangladesh, BB 3-20)
3 Imran Tahir (SA, BB 3-36)
3 Josh Davey (Scot, BB 3-40)
3 George Dockrell (Ireland, BB 3-50)
3 Iain Warlaw (Scotland, BB 3-57)
3 Jerome Taylor (West Indies, BB 3-71)
3 Chris Woakes (Engl, BB 2-8)
3 Adam Milne (NZ, 2-56)
2 Jeevan Mendis (Sri Lanka, BB 2-5)
2 Shapoor Zadran (Afghanistan, BB 2-32)
2 Vernon Philander (SA, BB 2-30)
2 Mohit Sharma (India, BB 2-35)
2 Mitchell Johnson (Aus, BB 2-36)
2 Shakib Al Hasan (Bangladesh, BB 2-43)
2 Mitchell Starc (Aus, BB 2-47)
2 Morne Morkel (SA, BB 2-49)
2 Umesh Yadav (India, BB 2-50)
2 Mohammad Tauqir (UAE, BB 2-51)
2 Aftab Alam (Afghanistan, BB 2-55)
2 Hamis Hassan (Afghanistan, BB 2-61)
2 Suranga Lakmal (Sri Lanka, BB 2-62)
2 Stuart Broad (Eng, BB 2-66)
2 Sean Williams (Zim, BB 2-43)
2 Solomon Mire (Zim, 2-39)

WICKETKEEPER DISMISSALS
6 Luke Ronchi (NZ)
4 Matthew Cross (Scot)
3 MS Dhoni (India), Brendon Taylor (Zim)
2 Brad Haddin (Aus), Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka), Denesh Ramdin (West Indies), Afsar Zazai (Afghanistan)
1 Josh Buttler (Eng), Quinton de Kock (SA), Umar Akmal (Pakistan), Swapnil Patel (UAE)

OUTFIELD CATCHES
4 Craig Ervine (Zim), Daniel Vettori (NZ)
3 AB de Villiers (SA), Adam Milne (NZ)
2 Misbah-ul-Haq (Pakistan), Suresh Raina (India), Joe Root (Eng), Steve Smith (Aus), Umesh Yadav (India), George Dockrell (Ireland), Krishna Chandran (UAE), Darren Bravo (West Indies), Grant Elliott (NZ), Ross Taylor (NZ)


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