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World Cup records

World Cup records

india Updated: Feb 09, 2003 03:19 IST
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Fastest 50
BatsmanScoreBallsForAgainstVenueDate
TM Moody56*28AusBanChester-le-st.27.05.99
A Ranatunga75*29SLKenyaKandy06.03.96
CM Old51*30EngIndLord's07.06.75
Imran Khan56*30PakSLSwansea09.06.83
MD Crowe74*30NZZimNapier03.03.92
S Jayasuriya8230SLEngFaisalabad09.03.96
Inzamam-ul-Haq6031PakNZAuckland

21.03.92

S Patil51*32IndEngManchester22.06.83
A Stewart5932EngSLBallarat09.03.92
A Waller83*32ZimSLNew Plymouth23.02.92
M Waugh66*32AusZimHobart14.03.92
PA de Silva6632SLIndCalcutta13.03.96


Captain scoring 100 in World Cup
RunsBallsCaptainForAgainstVenueDate
181125Viv RichardsWISLKarachi13.10.87
175*138Kapil DevIndZimTunbridge18.06.83
171210GM TurnerNZEast AfricaBirmingham07.06.75
120*110SR WaughAusSALeed's13.06.99
114*177GM TurnerNZIndManchester14.06.75
102*133Imran KhanPakSLLeed's16.06.83
10285CH LloydWIAusLord's21.06.75
100*134MD CroweNZAusAuckland22.02.92

World Cup Captains (10 matches & above)
CaptainFor
Matches
Won
M AzharuddinInd
23
10
Imran KhanPak
22
14
CH LloydWI
17
15
AR BorderAus
16
11
W CronjeSA
15
11
Kapil DevInd
15
11
Wasim AkramPak
15
10
R RichardsonWI
14
7
LD MendisWI
12
1
A RanatungaSL
11
8
SR WaughAus
10
7
Most Man of the Match Awards
AwardsMatchesPlayerFor
5
21GA GoochEngland
522SR TendulkarIndia
523Viv RichardsWI
49L KlusenerSA
416DC BoonAustralia
417SK WarneAustralia
422ME WaughAustralia
425PA de SilvaSri Lanka
Most Man of the Match Awards in single World Cup
4 in 6 matches in 1996 by PA de Silva (Sri Lanka)
4 in 9 matches in 1999 by L Klusener (South Africa)


Hat-tricks
Chetan Sharma (1987: India vs New Zealand at Nagpur)
Victims: KR Rutherford (bowled), ID Smith (bowled) and EJ Chatfield (bowled) of 4th, 5th and 6th balls of his sixth over
Saqlain Mushtaq (1999: Pakistan vs Zimbabwe at The Oval)
Victims: HK Olonga (stumped), AG Huckle (stumped) and M Mbangwa (LBW) off the first three balls of his seventh over

(Compiled by Kumud Mehta)