The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 has exploded into life. From AB de Villiers’ outrageous hitting to Kumar Sangakkara’s elegant stroke play, runs have flowed everywhere in Australia and New Zealand. After 28 matches, 13.978 runs have been scored in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 and Chris Gayle (279 runs) is the leading run scorer in the tournament. Gayle also has the highest individual score in the tournament (215 against Zimbabwe).
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Tim Southee is the leading wicket-taker in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 with 13 wickets to his name.
Here are all the stats and facts you need from week three of the action in Australia and New Zealand:
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Total number of matches played: 28
Total runs scored: 13,978
Most runs scored: Chris Gayle (279)
Highest individual score: Chris Gayle (215)
Most fours: Kyle Coetzer (33 fours)
Most sixes: Chris Gayle (18)
Total wickets taken: 423
Highest wicket taker: Tim Southee
Best bowling figures: Tim Southee (7 for 33 against England)
Pool A leaders: New Zealand (8 points)
Pool B: India (8 points)