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List Of Leading Wicket Taker Runs Records Broken In World Cup 2015

List Of Leading Wicket Taker Batsman Records Broken In World Cup 2015:-  Today I Am Sharing With You Latest Deatils Of Icc Cricket World Cup 2015 Like  Wicket Taker, Batsman Records Broken. Here are some cricket world cup records which can be broken by individuals in this world cup. Some of these records are tough to break and some will sure be broken this year. Check these ICC Cricket World Cup records and back your favourite player to break it. Here’s how a record-breaking day affects the individual classifications at this World Cup and a detailed look at some of the standout displays from this last encounter.

List Of Leading Wicket Taker Runs Records Broken In World Cup 2015

List Of Leading Wicket Taker Runs Records Broken In World Cup 2015

Leading Wicket Taker Bowler In World Cup 2015

The key stats from the 2015 Cricket World Cup so far, as tournament records are broken during the pool stage in Australia and New Zealand.Trent Boult of New Zealand took four wickets against West Indies in the 2015 Cricket World Cup quarter finals match to become the highest wicket taker in the tournament. He has taken a total of 19 wickets to reclaim the top spot of leading wicket takers list in ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 to surpass Mitchell Starc of Australia’s total of 18 wickets. Starc moves to second while Mohammed Shami of India is pushed to third place of top-10 list.

TOP WICKET TAKERS
1
Trent Boult
TRENT
BOULT

NEW ZEALAND

Innings: 7
Average: 14.63
19
2
Mitchell Starc
MITCHELL
STARC

AUSTRALIA

Innings: 6
Average: 9.77
18
3
Mohammed Shami
MOHAMMED
SHAMI

INDIA

Innings: 6
Average: 13.29
17
4
Jerome Taylor
JEROME
TAYLOR

WEST INDIES

Innings: 7
Average: 19.29
17
5
Wahab Riaz
WAHAB
RIAZ

PAKISTAN

Innings: 7
Average: 23.00
16
6
Daniel Vettori
DANIEL
VETTORI

NEW ZEALAND

Innings: 7
Average: 15.73
15
7
Imran Tahir
IMRAN
TAHIR

SOUTH AFRICA

Innings: 7
Average: 18.86
15
8
Tim Southee
TIM
SOUTHEE

NEW ZEALAND

Innings: 7
Average: 23.46
15
9
Josh Davey
JOSH
DAVEY

SCOTLAND

Innings: 6
Average: 20.73
15
10
Morne Morkel
MORNE
MORKEL

SOUTH AFRICA

Innings: 7
Average: 17.14
14

Leading Runs Batsmen World Cup 2015

With the semi-finals beginning on Tuesday, New Zealand, South Africa, Australia and India are through to the last four of the World Cup. With 46 games played and only three to go, which players are leading the way statistically?. There have been a total of one double century and 33 centuries hit in the World Cup 2015 so far. Sri Lanka’s Kumar Sangakkara (4), Tillakrathne Dilshan (2), Mahmudullah (2), Brendan Taylor (2) and Shikhar Dhawan (2) are the only payers to hit more than one century in Cricket World Cup 2015 so far.

TOP RUNS SCORERS
1
Kumar Sangakkara
KUMAR
SANGAKKARA

SRI LANKA

Innings: 7
Average: 108.20
541
2
Martin Guptill
MARTIN
GUPTILL

NEW ZEALAND

Innings: 7
Average: 83.00
498
3
Brendan Taylor
BRENDAN
TAYLOR

ZIMBABWE

Innings: 6
Average: 72.16
433
4
AB de Villiers
AB
DE VILLIERS

SOUTH AFRICA

Innings: 6
Average: 83.40
417
5
Tillakaratne Dilshan
TILLAKARATNE
DILSHAN

SRI LANKA

Innings: 7
Average: 65.83
395
6
Shikhar Dhawan
SHIKHAR
DHAWAN

INDIA

Innings: 7
Average: 52.42
367
7
Mohammad Mahmudullah
MOHAMMAD
MAHMUDULLAH

BANGLADESH

Innings: 6
Average: 73.00
365
8
Misbah-ul-Haq
MISBAH-UL-HAQ

PAKISTAN

Innings: 7
Average: 50.00
350
9
Chris Gayle
CHRIS
GAYLE

WEST INDIES

Innings: 6
Average: 56.66
340
10
Sean Williams
SEAN
WILLIAMS

ZIMBABWE

Innings: 6
Average: 67.80
339

How Many Records Broken World Cup 2015

Crossed 400+ Run

Australia briefly flirted with posting the highest ODI total of all time, but settled for blasting the biggest ever innings score in World Cup competition. Australia’s total of 6-417 against Afghanistan at the WACA Ground eclipsed the previous highest World Cup total — 5-413 scored by India against Bermuda in Trinidad eight years ago.

Winning Margin

Australia’s margin of victory over Afghanistan — 275 runs — was the biggest in World Cup history.Helped by David Warner’s 178, the highest score by an Aussie batsman at a World Cup, the Australians fell just short of posting the biggest win in ODI history. Only New Zealand’s 290-run win over Ireland in Aberdeen in 2008 trumped Australia’s effort against the Afghans.

Fastest 5o

Brendon McCullum smashed his own record for the fastest half century in World Cup competition — an 18-ball slugfest against England in Wellington. McCullum’s previous World Cup record for fastest 50 came from 20 deliveries against Canada in St Lucia eight years ago.

Consecutive Century

Kumar Sangakkara, has conducted a masterclass at this World Cup, becoming the first batsman in ODI history to post four consecutive centuries.Sangakkara has scored 105* versus Bangladesh in Melbourne, 117* versus England in Wellington, 104 versus Australia in Sydney and 124 versus Scotland in Hobart.

 

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