ICC World Cup 2019 in numbers

By Chaitanya Laxman

The ICC World Cup 2019 didn’t have Himalayan totals and frequent scores of 300 plus as anticipated, but it delivered some highly entertaining matches and ofcourse the best final in the history.

Meanwhile the tournament also saw some eye-brow raising numbers and a lot of records were shattered too.

Here we take a look at the tournament through statistics and numbers.

Total matches:

48

Highest Individual score:

David Warner: 166 runs

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Most Runs:

Rohit Sharma: 648 runs in 9 matches

Best batting average:

Shakib Al Hasan: 86.57

Most Wins:

Australia: 7 wins

Fastest fifty:

Alex Carrey vs India and Shimron Hetmyer vs Bangladesh: 25 balls

Fastest Hundred:

Eoin Morgan: 57 balls, vs Afghanistan

Most fours:

Rohit Sharma: 67

Most Sixes:

Eoin Morgan: 22

Highest Team score:

397/6: By England against Afghanistan

Most runs scored in a match:

714: Australia vs Bangladesh

Best Bowling figures:

Shaheen Afridi: 6 for 35 vs Bangladesh

Most wickets:

Mitchell Starc: 27 wickets

Most dot balls:

Jofra Archer: 371

Best Bowling economy:

Angelo Mathews: 3.00

Total sixes:

359

Total wickets:

676

Best win percentage:

New Zealand: 75% ( played 9, won 6)

Most Man of the match awards:

Rohit Sharma

Biggest win in terms of runs:

England against Afghanistan: 150 runs.

TV viewership numbers:

Number of TV channels

46

Group stage matches viewers:

675 million viewers

Most watched match in UK:

England vs India: 3.45 million viewers

Most watched match in India:

India vs Pakistan: 14.8 million viewers

ICC World Cup 2019 official website visitors:

65 million users

Chaitanya Laxman

Smitten by cricket, green mountains, and written words, Chaitanya is engrossed with cricket stats and analysis. But cricket commentary is what he savors the most.