The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 has exploded into life. From Chris Gayle’s thunderous double hundred to AB de Villiers’ breathtaking 162-run knock, runs have flowed everywhere in Australia and New Zealand. 9,103 runs have been scored in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, so far. Chris Gayle (258) is the highest run scorer after 18 matches. Gayle’s 215-run marathon knock against Zimbabwe is also the highest individual score in the history of World Cup cricket.
As far as bowling in concerned, Tim Southee 7 for 33 against England, has been one of the biggest highlights of the ICC Cricket World Cup, so far. Tim Southee (11) is also the leading wicket taker in the tournament after 18 matches.
Here are all the stats and facts you need from week two of the action in Australia and New Zealand.
Total number matches of played: 18
Total runs scored: 9103
Most runs scored: Chris Gayle (258 runs)
Highest individual score: Chris Gayle 215 against Zimbabwe
Most fours: Tilakaratne Dilshan (24)
Most sixes: Chris Gayle (17)
Total wickets taken: 282
Highest wicket taker: Tim Southee (11)
Best Figures: Tim Southee ( 7 for 33 against England)
Pool A leaders: New Zealand
Pool B leaders: India