2015 Cricket World Cup in numbers

Top run scorers:

547 – Martin Guptill (New Zealand)
541 – Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka)
482 – AB De Villiers (South Africa)
433 – Brendan Taylor (Zimbabwe)
412 – Shikhar Dhawan (India)

Top wicket takers:

22 – Mitchell Starc (Australia)
22 – Trent Boult (New Zealand)
18 – Umesh Yadav (India)
17 – Morne Morkel (South Africa)
17 – Mohammed Shami (India)
17 – Jerome Taylor (West Indies)

Highest strike rates:

188.50 – Brendan McCullum (New Zealand)
185.71 – Andre Russel (West Indies)
182.02 – Glenn Maxwell (Australia)
157.50 – Brad Haddin (Australia)
144.31 – AB De Villiers (South Africa)

Best economy rates*:

3.50 – Mitchell Starc (Australia)
4.04 – Daniel Vettori (New Zealand)
4.10 – Josh Hazelwood (Australia)
4.19 – Kyle Aboot (South Africa)
4.23 – Imran Tahir (South Africa)

Best averages (batting):

108.20 – Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka)
96.40 – AB De Villiers (South Africa)
80.00 – Sarfraz Ahmed (Pakistan)
73.00 – Mohammad Mahmudullah (Bangladesh)
72.16 – Brendan Taylor (Zimbabwe)

Best averages (bowling)*:

10.18 – Mitchell Starc (Australia)
14.44 – Kyle Abbott (South Africa)
16.71 – Corey Anderson (New Zealand)
16.86 – Trent Boult (New Zealand)
17.29 – Mohammed Shami (India)

Highest score:

237* – Martin Guptill (New Zealand v West Indies)
215 – Chris Gayle (West Indies v Bangladesh)
178 – David Warner (Australia v Afghanistan)
162* – AB de Villiers (South Africa v West Indies)
161* – Tillakaratne Diilshan (Sri Lanka v Bangladesh)

Best bowling figures:

7/33 – Tim Southee (New Zealand v England)
6/28 – Mitchell Starc (Australia v New Zealand)
5/27 – Trent Boult (New Zealand v Australia)
5/33 – Mitchell Marsh (Australia v England)
5/45 – Imran Tahir (South Africa v West Indies)

Most sixes:

26 – Chris Gayle (West Indies)
21 – AB de Villiers (South Africa)
17 – Brendan McCullum (New Zealand)
16 – Martin Guptill (New Zealand)
14 – Glenn Maxwell (Australia)

Most maidens:

14 – Trent Boult (New Zealand)
7 – Mohammed Shami (India)
7 – Dale Steyn (South Africa)
7 – Tim Southee (New Zealand)
6 – Jason Holder (West Indies)

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