Cricket World Cup: Tale Of The Tournament In Statistics

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RESULTS

GROUP A

14 May (Lord's): England bt Sri Lanka by 8 wickets. 15 May (Hove): South Africa bt India by 4 wickets; (Taunton): Zimbabwe bt Kenya by 5 wickets.

18 May (Canterbury): England bt Kenya by 9 wickets. 19 May (Northampton): South Africa bt Sri Lanka by 89 runs; (Leicester): Zimbabwe bt India by 3 runs

22 May (The Oval): South Africa bt England by 122 runs; (Worcester) Sri Lanka bt Zimbabwe by 4 wickets.

23 May (Bristol) India bt Kenya by 94 runs.

25 May (Trent Bridge) England bt Zimbabwe by 7 wickets

26 May (Taunton): India bt Sri Lanka by 157 runs; (Amstelveen, Neth): South Africa bt Kenya by 7 wickets.

29 May (Edgbaston): India bt England by 63 runs; (Chelmsford): Zimbabwe bt South Africa by 48 runs.

30 May (Southampton): Sri Lanka bt Kenya by 45 runs

Standings

P W L T NR Pts RR

S Africa 5 4 1 0 0 8 +0.86

India 5 3 2 0 0 6 +1.28

Zimbabwe 5 3 2 0 0 6 +0.02

England 5 3 2 0 0 6 -0.33

Sri Lanka 5 2 3 0 0 4 -0.81

Kenya 5 0 5 0 0 0 -1.20

GROUP B

16 May (Worcester): Australia bt Scotland by 6 wickets; (Bristol): Pakistan bt West Indies by 27 runs.

17 May (Chelmsford): New Zealand bt Bangladesh by 6 wickets.

20 May (Cardiff): New Zealand bt Australia by 5 wickets; (Chester-le- Street) Pakistan bt Scotland by 94 runs.

21 May (Dublin): West Indies bt Bangladesh by 7 wickets.

23 May (Headingley): Pakistan bt Australia by 10 runs.

24 May (Southampton): West Indies bt New Zealand by 7 wickets; (Edinburgh): Bangladesh bt Scotland by 22 runs.

27 May (Leicester): West Indies bt Scotland by 8 wickets; (Chester-le- Street) Australia bt Bangladesh by 7 wickets.

28 May (Derby): Pakistan bt New Zealand by 62 runs.

30 May (Old Trafford): Australia bt West Indies by 6 wickets

31 May (Edinburgh): New Zealand bt Scotland by six wickets; (Northampton) Bangladesh bt Pakistan by 62 runs.

Standings

P W L T NR Pts RR

Pakistan 5 4 1 0 0 8 +0.53

Australia 5 3 2 0 0 6 +0.73

N Zealand 5 3 2 0 0 6 +0.58

W Indies 5 3 2 0 0 6 +0.50

Bangladesh 5 2 3 0 0 4 -0.54

Scotland 5 0 5 0 0 0 -1.93

SUPER SIX

4 June (The Oval): Australia bt India by 77 runs.

5 June (Trent Bridge): South Africa bt Pakistan by 3 wickets.

6 June (Headingley): Zimbabwe v New Zealand - match abandoned.

8 June (Old Trafford) India bt Pakistan by 47 runs.

9 June (Lord's): Australia bt Zimbabwe by 44 runs.

10 June (Edgbaston): South Africa bt New Zealand by 74 runs.

11 June (The Oval): Pakistan bt Zimbabwe by 148 runs.

12 June (Trent Bridge) New Zealand bt India by five wickets

13 June (Headingley): Australia bt South Africa by five wickets.

Super Six standings

(includes points carried from first round)

P W L T NR Pts RR

Pakistan 5 3 2 0 0 6 +0.65

Australia 5 3 2 0 0 6 +0.36

S Africa 5 3 2 0 0 6 +0.17

N Zealand 5 2 2 0 1 5 -0.52

Zimbabwe 5 2 2 0 1 5 -0.79

India 5 1 4 0 0 2 -0.15

SEMI-FINALS

16 June (Old Trafford): Pakistan bt New Zealand by 9 wickets.

17 June (Edgbaston): Australia tied with South Africa (Australia qualified for final through finishing higher in Super Six phase)

FINAL

20 June (Lord's): Australia bt Pakistan by 8 wickets.

THE CENTURIONS

(*denotes not out)

183 - S Ganguly (Ind) v Sri Lanka, 26 May.

145 - R Dravid (Ind) v Sri Lanka, 26 May.

140* - S Tendulkar (Ind) v Kenya, 23 May.

132* - N Johnson (Zim) v Australia, 9 June.

120* - S Waugh (Aus) v S Africa, 13 June.

113* - Saeed Anwar (Pak) v N Zealand, 16 June.

104* - R Dravid (Ind) v Kenya, 23 May.

104 - M Waugh (Aus) v Zimbabwe, 9 June.

103 - Saeed Anwar (Pak) v Zimbabwe, 10 June.

101 - H Gibbs (SA) v Australia, 13 June.

100* - A Jadeja (Ind) v Australia, 4 June.

THE FIVE-WICKET MEN

5 for 14 - G McGrath (Aus) v W Indies, 30 May.

5 for 21 - L Klusener (SA) v Kenya, 26 May.

5 for 27 - V Prasad (Ind) v Pakistan, 8 June.

5 for 31 - R Singh (Ind) v Sri Lanka, 26 May.

5 for 35 - Saqlain (Pak) v Bangladesh, 31 May.

5 for 36 - S Pollock (SA) v Australia, 17 June 17.

HAT-TRICK

Saqlain Mushtaq (Pak) v Zimbabwe, 11 June.

TOP 10 RUN-SCORERS

R Dravid (Ind) 461

S Waugh (Aus) 398

S Ganguly (Ind) 379

M Waugh (Aus) 375

Saeed Anwar (Pak) 368

N Johnson (Zim) 367

R Ponting (Aus) 354

H Gibbs (SA) 341

R Twose (NZ) 318

J Kallis (SA) 312

HIGHEST TOTAL

373 for 6 - India v Sri Lanka, 26 May.

LOWEST TOTAL

68 - Scotland v West Indies, 27 May.

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