World Cup 2019 Most Runs

MAT
INNS
RUNS
HS
AVG
SR
100
50
4S
6S
1 David Warner Australia
7
7
500
166
83.33
87.26
2
3
46
6
2 Aaron Finch Australia
7
7
496
153
70.85
103.98
2
3
46
18
3 Shakib Al Hasan Bangladesh
6
6
476
124*
95.20
99.16
2
3
48
2
4 Joe Root England
7
7
432
107
72.00
92.70
2
3
37
2
5 Kane Williamson New Zealand
6
5
414
148
138.00
77.81
2
1
37
2
6 Babar Azam Pakistan
6
6
333
101*
66.60
85.16
1
2
34
2
7 Mushfiqur Rahim Bangladesh
6
6
327
102*
65.40
92.37
1
2
25
2
8 Rohit Sharma India
4
4
320
140
106.66
94.95
2
1
30
6
9 Ben Stokes England
7
7
291
89
58.20
90.93
0
3
27
6
10 Steve Smith Australia
7
7
282
73
40.28
91.55
0
3
26
2
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Cricket World Cup 2019 POINTS TABLE

Team
P
W
D
L
PTS
7
6
0
1
12
7
5
1
1
11
5
4
1
0
9
7
4
0
3
8
7
3
1
3
7
7
3
1
3
7
6
2
2
2
6
6
1
1
4
3
7
1
1
5
3
7
0
0
7
0

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World Cup 2019. England vs Australia: Milestones become millstones

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As the World Cup begins from May 30, defending champions Australia will look forward to winning their sixth title. They currently lead the chart after winning five World Cups and are followed by West Indies and India who have won two titles each. In batting Indian batting legend Sachin Tendulkar leads the chart with 2278 runs in 44 innings and Glenn McGrath holds the record for picking the most number of wickets. The Aussie great has picked 71 wickets in 39 matches.

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