ICC Men's ODI World Cup 2019

ODI (48) - 30 May 2019 - 14 Jul 2019

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Team Name
Most Runs
  • Rohit Sharma

    IND
    Runs
    648
  • David Warner

    AUS
    Runs
    647
  • Shakib Al Hasan

    BAN
    Runs
    606
  • Joe Root

    ENG
    Runs
    549
  • Kane Williamson

    NZ
    Runs
    548
  • Aaron Finch

    AUS
    Runs
    507
  • Jonny Bairstow

    ENG
    Runs
    496
  • Babar Azam

    PAK
    Runs
    474
  • Virat Kohli

    IND
    Runs
    443
  • Jason Roy

    ENG
    Runs
    426
Most Wickets
  • Mitchell Starc

    AUS
    WKTS
    27
  • Mustafizur Rahman

    BAN
    WKTS
    20
  • Jofra Archer

    ENG
    WKTS
    19
  • Jasprit Bumrah

    IND
    WKTS
    18
  • Lockie Ferguson

    NZ
    WKTS
    18
  • Mark Wood

    ENG
    WKTS
    17
  • Mohammad Amir

    PAK
    WKTS
    17
  • Trent Boult

    NZ
    WKTS
    17
  • Shaheen Afridi

    PAK
    WKTS
    16
  • Mohammed Shami

    IND
    WKTS
    14
Most Caches
  • Alex Carey

    AUS
    Catches
    18
  • Tom Latham

    NZ
    Catches
    18
  • Shai Hope

    WI
    Catches
    16
  • Sarfaraz Ahmed

    PAK
    Catches
    13
  • Joe Root

    ENG
    Catches
    12
  • Jos Buttler

    ENG
    Catches
    11
  • Faf du Plessis

    SA
    Catches
    10
  • Jonny Bairstow

    ENG
    Catches
    9
  • Quinton de Kock

    SA
    Catches
    9
  • Chris Woakes

    ENG
    Catches
    8
Most Sixes
  • Eoin Morgan

    ENG
    Sixes
    22
  • Aaron Finch

    AUS
    Sixes
    18
  • Rohit Sharma

    IND
    Sixes
    14
  • Chris Gayle

    WI
    Sixes
    12
  • Jason Roy

    ENG
    Sixes
    12
  • Jonny Bairstow

    ENG
    Sixes
    11
  • Nicholas Pooran

    WI
    Sixes
    10
  • Rassie van der Dussen

    SA
    Sixes
    10
  • Ben Stokes

    ENG
    Sixes
    9
  • Carlos Brathwaite

    WI
    Sixes
    8
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Stirs reacts to Kiwi of the Year designation
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Stirs reacts to Kiwi of the Year designation

England allrounder urges the country of his birth to get behind Black Caps skipper Kane Williamson

Morgan uncertain on 2023 World Cup
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Morgan uncertain on 2023 World Cup

The World Cup winning skipper says its too early to make a decision on whether he will continue on t

'It will be crude for quite a while': NZ mentor Stead
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'It will be crude for quite a while': NZ mentor Stead

Black Caps mentor says idea of sharing the trophy could be a future consideration following remarkab

Feeds set for knighthood after Cup heroics
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Feeds set for knighthood after Cup heroics

As England’s team is lauded by outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May, the contenders to replace her

Britain chief Giles ignores umpiring contention
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Britain chief Giles ignores umpiring contention

'Clear mistake' dismissed as World Cup hosts continue to bask in their first-ever tournament triumph

Fiery debris will be 'significantly greater' than World Cup: Root
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Fiery debris will be 'significantly greater' than World Cup: Root

As England celebrated their World Cup win with a low-key public gathering, Test captain Joe Root tur

Fight exhausted Stirs directs concentration toward Powder
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Fight exhausted Stirs directs concentration toward Powder

Feeling the effects of a late night of celebrations, allrounder Ben Stokes says it will be a clean s

ICC uncovers authority Group of the Competition
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ICC uncovers authority Group of the Competition

Four England players headline the best XI from the 2019 ICC Men's Cricket World Cup

Ex-umpire addresses urgent Stirs administering
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Ex-umpire addresses urgent Stirs administering

Simon Taufel and an explainer from the MCC indicate umpires erred in awarding six runs and allowing

Morgan expectations Cup triumph is only the start
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Morgan expectations Cup triumph is only the start

The veteran skipper believes cricket in England will be the big winner following a successful World