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  1. 1. ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Winner??

    • Australia
      19
    • England
      0
    • India
      49
    • New Zealand
      14
    • Pakistan
      2
    • South Africa
      25
    • Sri Lanka
      3
    • West Indies
      2
    • Ireland
      1
    • Bangladesh
      1
    • zimbabwe
      0

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Unsurprisingly, Sri Lanka is the squad with the most ODI hundreds going into the World Cup. India come in second, but the surprise is at No. 3: as of squad deadline day, South Africa are placed third with an aggregate of 47 hundreds - just one shy of India - despite the fact that they are the second least-experienced Full Member at the tournament. Virat Kohli and Chris Gayle have the most ODI hundreds, with 21 apiece. Only six other players picked for the tournament have an ODI-centuries tally in double digits: Kumar Sangakkara, AB de Villiers, Tillakaratne Dilshan, Hashim Amla, Mahela Jayawardene and Ross Taylor.

 

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Sri Lanka edge out stiff competition from England, New Zealand, West Indies and Australia as the team with the most four+ wicket hauls, as on squad deadline day. Bangladesh, with 22, are ahead of Pakistan and India, and just one shy of South Africa. Lasith Malinga (16) has almost half of Sri Lanka's 34 four-fors, while Shahid Afridi (13) has two-thirds of Pakistan's 19. The only other bowlers at the tournament with 10 or more four-fors in ODI cricket are England's James Anderson and Stuart Broad, and Australia's Mitchell Johnson. 

 

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Two-time champions India have had a number of classic performances over the four decades of the competition. Here is the list of top-5 performers from India in World Cup.

 

Sachin Tendulkar

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Undoubtedly the most successful World Cup batsman, Tendulkar has 2278 runs in 44 World Cup innings at an average of 56.95. He also has the most number of centuries (6) and most number of scores of 50 as well (15). There is more. He has eight World Cup wickets to go by his batting records.

 

Sourav Ganguly

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He not only led India to the final of 2003 final but has 1006 runs in the competition at an average of 55.88. In the 21 matches he also has 4 hundreds and has taken 10 wickets for India.

 

Javagal Srinath

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He is India’s joint highest wicket-taker with Zaheer Khan with 44 wickets from 34 matches with an economy rate of 4.32 runs per over. He played for India in 4 World Cups starting 1992.

 

Yuvraj Singh

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The hero of 2011 World Cup has done it all in the previous editions as well. From the 21 innings he has 738 runs at an average above 52. His seven not outs and seven fifties add to his credentials. He is number eight in the all time leading wicket-takers for India in World Cups with 20 wickets.

 

Anil Kumble

 

He may not be the leading wicket-taker but he is the leading spinner for India. He has 31 wickets in the competition. He also has an unexpected record – highest number of catches for India (14).

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Two-time champions India have had a number of classic performances over the four decades of the competition. Here is the list of top-5 performers from India in World Cup.

 

Sachin Tendulkar

sachintendulkarl.jpg

 

Undoubtedly the most successful World Cup batsman, Tendulkar has 2278 runs in 44 World Cup innings at an average of 56.95. He also has the most number of centuries (6) and most number of scores of 50 as well (15). There is more. He has eight World Cup wickets to go by his batting records.

 

Sourav Ganguly

gangulyreuters-m.jpg

He not only led India to the final of 2003 final but has 1006 runs in the competition at an average of 55.88. In the 21 matches he also has 4 hundreds and has taken 10 wickets for India.

 

Javagal Srinath

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He is India’s joint highest wicket-taker with Zaheer Khan with 44 wickets from 34 matches with an economy rate of 4.32 runs per over. He played for India in 4 World Cups starting 1992.

 

Yuvraj Singh

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The hero of 2011 World Cup has done it all in the previous editions as well. From the 21 innings he has 738 runs at an average above 52. His seven not outs and seven fifties add to his credentials. He is number eight in the all time leading wicket-takers for India in World Cups with 20 wickets.

 

Anil Kumble

 

He may not be the leading wicket-taker but he is the leading spinner for India. He has 31 wickets in the competition. He also has an unexpected record – highest number of catches for India (14).

 

 

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ICC Cricket World Cup: A look at India-Pakistan clashes over the years
 
 
india-_1992_m.jpgSachin Tendulkar has enjoyed playing Pakistan at the World Cup. The numbers suggests

 

As we approach the 2015 edition of the World Cup, here’s a quick look at the India-Pakistan contests over the years. The two teams have played each other four times in the mega event and on all four occasions India have emerged victorious. Arch-rivals have enjoyed heated contests in the middle. May it be the Kiran More-Javed Miandad incident or Ajay Jadeja’s assault in the ’96 World Cup, the neighbours have played gripping cricket. A look at the contests:

 

1992 World Cup

India batted first and posted a moderate total of 216 courtesy knocks from Sachin Tendulkar (54) and Ajay Jadeja (46). In reply, Pakistan made a mess of it losing 8 wickets for only 68 runs. The match was marred by the verbal exchanges between India wicketkeeper Kiran More and Pakistan’s Javed Miandad. India got the better of its rivals as they won the game by 43 runs.


1996 World Cup

In this thriller of a match at M Chninnaswamy stadium in Bangalore, India were propelled to a respectable total by Ajay Jadeja who slammed 45 in 25 balls. Chasing 288 for victory, Pakistan were cruising before Indian bowlers pulled things back with wickets at regular intervals. India won the game by 39 runs to the delight of the home crowd.


1999 World Cup

Amidst the war in Kargil, the neighbours clashed for the third time at the mega event. On a seaming track at Old Trafford, Venkatesh Prasad run riot registering the figures of 5/27. Pakistan were all over the place. India’s 227 proved too much for Wasim Akram and Co and India made it three out of three at the World Cup.

 

2003 World Cup

india-v-pakistan-2003-crick.jpgThe match will always go down as a Sachin Tendulkar special as he staved off any challenge by Pakistan who boasted the likes of Shoaib Akhtar and Wasim Akram, but missed his century by a whisker. India romped home with 6 wickets to spare and booked the ticket to the Super Six.

 

2011 World Cup

india-vs-pakistan_m_2011.jpgIt was the World Cup semifinal. And India again got the better of it’s neighbours. India were guided to a respectable total of 260, after a middle-order collapse, by Suresh Raina who played a cameo of 36 runs. Pakistan never looked threatening and kept throwing wickets. At the end, they fell short of the win by 29 runs.

 

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The 2015 India National Team Kit is here Rise as one. #BleedBlue.

 

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Ekkada poll lo na..

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World cup 2nd match ki ayina ready avudam ani vadi feeling...

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Ekkada poll lo na..

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ICC Cricket World Cup: A look at India-Pakistan clashes over the years
 
 
india-_1992_m.jpgSachin Tendulkar has enjoyed playing Pakistan at the World Cup. The numbers suggests

 

As we approach the 2015 edition of the World Cup, here’s a quick look at the India-Pakistan contests over the years. The two teams have played each other four times in the mega event and on all four occasions India have emerged victorious. Arch-rivals have enjoyed heated contests in the middle. May it be the Kiran More-Javed Miandad incident or Ajay Jadeja’s assault in the ’96 World Cup, the neighbours have played gripping cricket. A look at the contests:

 

1992 World Cup

India batted first and posted a moderate total of 216 courtesy knocks from Sachin Tendulkar (54) and Ajay Jadeja (46). In reply, Pakistan made a mess of it losing 8 wickets for only 68 runs. The match was marred by the verbal exchanges between India wicketkeeper Kiran More and Pakistan’s Javed Miandad. India got the better of its rivals as they won the game by 43 runs.


1996 World Cup

In this thriller of a match at M Chninnaswamy stadium in Bangalore, India were propelled to a respectable total by Ajay Jadeja who slammed 45 in 25 balls. Chasing 288 for victory, Pakistan were cruising before Indian bowlers pulled things back with wickets at regular intervals. India won the game by 39 runs to the delight of the home crowd.


1999 World Cup

Amidst the war in Kargil, the neighbours clashed for the third time at the mega event. On a seaming track at Old Trafford, Venkatesh Prasad run riot registering the figures of 5/27. Pakistan were all over the place. India’s 227 proved too much for Wasim Akram and Co and India made it three out of three at the World Cup.

 

2003 World Cup

india-v-pakistan-2003-crick.jpgThe match will always go down as a Sachin Tendulkar special as he staved off any challenge by Pakistan who boasted the likes of Shoaib Akhtar and Wasim Akram, but missed his century by a whisker. India romped home with 6 wickets to spare and booked the ticket to the Super Six.

 

2011 World Cup

india-vs-pakistan_m_2011.jpgIt was the World Cup semifinal. And India again got the better of it’s neighbours. India were guided to a respectable total of 260, after a middle-order collapse, by Suresh Raina who played a cameo of 36 runs. Pakistan never looked threatening and kept throwing wickets. At the end, they fell short of the win by 29 runs.

 

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