Cricket World Cup Records- The 12th edition of the Cricket World Cup is scheduled to be screened on March 30 at the Kennington Oval in London, England vs South Africa. Earlier, 11 World Cup matches were played in the field. On the occasion of the 12th World Cup, some important information about the World Cup will be written.
Sachin Tendulkar the king of Cricket
Sachin Tendulkar is the highest individual record achiever in the history of the World Cup. Sachin Tendulkar scored 2278 runs at an average of 56.95 while playing record 6 World Cups; which is more than five hundred than his nearest rival Australian great Ricky Ponting! Even the Indian’s possession of the highest individual score in an event…The 673 runs in 11 innings in the 2003 World Cup are yet to be the highest individual score in one year.
Hat-Trick world cup winner Australia
Australia Cricket Team defeats World Cup win as the world’s only team In 1999, 2003 and 2007, the glory of being one of the three world champions of the World Cup was achieved. They win three World Cup finals to three Asian countries – Pakistan, India and Sri Lanka – respectively.
Ricky Ponting speciality hand in the fielding
Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting is the highest catch collector in the history of the tournament with 28 catches in the World Cup. Sri Lankan legend Sanath Jayasuriya is in second position. Ponting, who took 11 catches in the World Cup in 2003, holds the record for most catches in an ODI.
Bowling Emperor Glenn Donald McGrath
As a bowler, almost all the achievements are achieved by legendary Glenn McGrath. From 1996 to 2007, he played in 39 matches of 4 World Cups, taking 71 wickets in the World Cup, the highest wicket-taker in history. He also holds the record for the best bowling figures of 26 wickets in the 2007 World Cup, or the best bowling record in one-match with 7 for 15 against Namibia in the 2003 World Cup. Not only that, the Australian average of 18.19 is also the owner of the best bowling averages in World Cup history.
The most secure Sangakkara with gloves
Kumar Sangakkara, the highest wicket-taker in World Cup history, Sangakkara is the highest scorer in the four World Cups with 54 dismissals. Australia’s former wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist is in the second position with just two short (52) dismissals. But 21 players in one game and one of the highest six dismissals in one match, however, Gil is in control.
Guptill where everyone else is on top
Fifty-fifty match alone, 237! New Zealand opener Martin Guptill, who holds the record for the highest individual score in a match in the history of the Cricket World Cup, plays this incredible innings, He achieved this milestone against the West Indies in the 2015 World Cup.
Unbeatable Australia’s win record
Australia’s record of highest number of matches in the World Cup remain unbeaten from 1999 to 2011 Australia were 27 not out unbeaten matches in 4 World Cups. The World Cup’s best-ever World Cup team at 75 percent of the match winning percentage won.
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Gayle-Samuels topped the partnership
West Indies Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels’ second wicket partnership of 372 against Zimbabwe in the 2015 World Cup is the highest ever in World Cup history. Chris Gayle played 215 runs in the match with his first double century in the World Cup.
Sangakkara’s record of centuries
Kumar Sangakkara holds the record for most centuries in one season. In the 2015 World Cup, he scored a century against Bangladesh, England, Australia and Scotland in 4 consecutive matches. Sachin Tendulkar (7th, 2003) holds the record for most half-centuries in one World Cup.
World Cup double century record
Two double centuries have been scored in the Cricket World Cup so far. Both records come in the 2015 World Cup. Chris Gayle (215 runs against Zimbabwe) and New Zealand’s Martin Guptill (237 runs against West Indies)…As a result, Martin Guptill, the highest individual score in a World Cup match,
Who is at the top of the zero run record in Cricket?
Nathan Astle is the Zero run scorer of the Cricket history. Nathan Astle returned to the pavilion without any runs in the record number of 5 matches when he played 22 matches in the World Cup.
Extra Run Record in Cricket
The record for the extra runs of a World Cup match in 1999 was made. Scotland vs Pakistan at Chester-le-Street, 59 came from extra in the match…Out of which 33 were wide and 15 no balls. Second highest “extra run” came in the 2003 World Cup in Zimbabwe vs India (51 runs).
Virat Kohli comes top of Sachin Tendulkar in Cricket history
Indian captain Virat Kohli’s runs in ODIs was 10, 943, before the match against Pakistan on Sunday 16 June, 2019. On this day, he has reached 11,000 runs through 77 runs, one of the best batsmen of the time. At the same time, the Indian Captain Virat Kohli left behind Sachin Tendulkar and now he is the fastest player to get 11,000 runs in the Team India captain.
Sachin Tendulkar, who took 11 thousands runs in 276 innings, took Virat Kohli only 222 innings. The other three are: Ricky Ponting (286), Sourav Ganguly (288) and Jacques Kallis (293).