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ICC World T20 2014 statistical review

There were numerous brilliant individual performances all through the tournament © Getty Images
There were numerous brilliant individual performances all through the tournament © Getty Images

The fifth edition of ICC World T20 in Bangladesh was a delight for the Cricket Statisticians. Bharath Seervi compiles the statistics of batting, bowling, power play, death overs, over-wise, team totals and lot more of the tournament that concluded on April 6th with Sri Lanka being the champions.

Team Totals:

The mark of 200 runs by a team in World T20 has been achieved 7 times — 5 of those in the first edition in South Africa, 1 each in 2009 and 2012. But this edition couldn’t mark any such instance like the one in 2010.

There were 3 matches where teams scored 190+ while chasing but the highest any of those could reach was 196 for 5 and it was South Africa vs England in the first inning.

Below is the table listing all the totals of over 190 in the tournament:

Total

Inns

Team

Opp

Venue

Date

Result

196/5 (20.0)

1

South Africa

England

Chittagong

29-Mar-14

Won

193/4 (13.5)

2

Netherlands

Ireland

Sylhet

21-Mar-14

Won

193/7 (20.0)

2

England

South Africa

Chittagong

29-Mar-14

Lost

191/5 (20.0)

1

Pakistan

Australia

Dhaka

23-Mar-14

Won

190/4 (19.2)

2

England

Sri Lanka

Chittagong

27-Mar-14

Won

190/5 (20.0)

1

Pakistan

Bangladesh

Dhaka

30-Mar-14

Won

The tournament saw 8 teams dismissed for less than 100 runs which are the most among all the World T20 tournaments. The lowest total ever in T20Is – 39 by Netherlands vs Sri Lanka – also occurred in this tournament.

Below is the table listing all the totals of 100 or less in the tournament

Total

Inns

Team

Opp

Venue

Date

72

1

Afghanistan

Bangladesh

Dhaka

16-Mar-14

69

2

Hong Kong

Nepal

Chittagong

16-Mar-14

39

1

Netherlands

Sri Lanka

Chittagong

24-Mar-14

98

2

Banglasesh

West Indies

Dhaka

25-Mar-14

86

2

Australia

India

Dhaka

30-Mar-14

88

2

England

Netherlands

Chittagong

31-Mar-14

60

2

New Zealand

Sri Lanka

Chittagong

31-Mar-14

82

2

Pakistan

West Indies

Dhaka

01-Apr-14

  • It goes without saying that all the totals resulted in team’s loss.
  • The lowest total defended was 119 by Sri Lanka against New Zealand in the must win game for both teams to reach the semis.
  • Sri Lanka and West Indies are the only teams to dismiss two oppositions for less than 100 in the tournament.

Power Plays:

Highest Power Play Scores:

Score

Run Rate

Inns

Team

Opp

Result

91/1

15.17

2

Netherlands

Ireland

Won

67/0

11.17

2

Netherlands

UAE

Won

63/1

10.50

2

Netherlands

South Africa

Lost

62/1

10.33

2

England

South Africa

Lost

61/1

10.17

2

West Indies

Australia

Won

61/1

10.17

2

Ireland

Zimbabwe

Won

It is to be noted that all the 60+ totals in power plays came while chasing by the teams in the tournament.

Lowest Power Play Scores:

Score

Run Rate

Inns

Team

Opp

Result

13/4

2.17

2

Pakistan

West Indies

Lost

15/4

2.50

1

Netherlands

Sri Lanka

Lost

23/4

3.84

2

New Zealand

Sri Lanka

Lost

24/3

4.00

2

Afghanistan

Nepal

Lost

24/0

4.00

1

West Indies

India

Lost

Run Rates for each team in the Power plays vs overall:

Team

PP RR

Overall RR

Ireland

8.89

8.39

Netherlands

8.52

7.77

South Africa

7.77

8.43

England

7.5

8.35

Australia

7.37

8.08

Sri Lanka

7.13

7.89

India

7.11

7.48

Nepal

7.05

6.93

Zimbabwe

6.89

7.95

New Zealand

6.84

7.22

UAE

6.56

6.51

West Indies

6.34

7.75

Hong Kong

6.34

5.92

Bangladesh

6.28

6.87

Pakistan

5.54

7.61

Afghanistan

5.44

6.48

Overall

7.03

7.53

Over by Over Stats:

Below is the table showing the sum of runs and wickets in each over in the tournament of 35 matches.

Over

Runs

Wickets

1

428

19

2

444

19

3

525

7

4

506

24

5

515

23

6

538

17

7

436

14

8

495

18

9

431

17

10

481

19

11

507

25

12

513

15

13

503

18

14

442

25

15

518

18

16

472

26

17

537

24

18

501

22

19

467

27

20

425

49

Total

9684

426

Most Runs in an Over

30Bilawal Bhatti to Glenn Maxwell (4, 1, 4, 6, 6, 5nb, 4)

26 – Jade Dernbach to David Miller/AB de Villiers (4, 4, 1wd, 1, 2, 1wd, 6, 1nb, 6)

25 – Ajantha Mendis to Eoin Morgan/Alex Hales (1, 6, 2, 6, 6, 4)

25 –Andy McBrine to Peter Borren/Stephen Myburgh (6, 1lb, 6, 6, 6, 0)

25 – George Dockrell to Tom Cooper/Wesley Barresi (6, 6, 6, 6, 1, 0)

Most Number of Wickets in an over:

4 Wickets — 20th Over of Hong Kong vs Nepal (2 by bowler – Haseeb Amjad – and 2 run-outs)

4 Wickets — 20th Over of Bangladesh vs West Indies (3 by bowler – Al-Amin Hossain – and 1 run out)

There were 4 more overs in which 3 wickets fell.

Most number of runs in last 5 overs in an inning (16-20):

82/1 – West Indies vs Pakistan

75/2 – South Africa vs England

70/2 – South Africa vs New Zealand

70/1 – Ireland vs Netherlands

60/2 – Pakistan vs Bangladesh

Least Number of Runs in last 5 overs in an inning (16-20):

(Only in the first inning and team having batted all the 5 overs)

27/3 – Netherlands vs England

31/4 – South Africa vs Netherlands

32/1 – UAE vs Ireland

34/4 – Pakistan vs India

35/2 – India vs Sri Lanka

Virat Kohli's brilliance remained unparalleled in the tournament © Getty Images
Virat Kohli’s brilliance remained unparalleled in the tournament © Getty Images

Batting Statistics:

Most Runs:

Runs

Batsman

Inns

Avg

S/R

50s

Best

319

Virat Kohli (Ind)

6

106.33

129.14

4

77

231

Tom Cooper (Net)

7

57.75

137.5

1

72*

224

Stephen Myburgh (Net)

7

32

154.48

3

63

200

Rohit Sharma (Ind)

6

40

123.45

2

62*

187

JP Duminy (SA)

5

62.33

140.6

1

86*

Highest Individual Scores:

Runs

Batsman

Fours

Sixes

S/R

Opp

Venue

116* (64)

Alex Hales (Eng)

11

6

181.25

Sri Lanka

Chittagong

111* (62)

Ahmed Shehzad (Pak)

10

5

179.03

Bangladesh

Dhaka

94 (54)

Umar Akmal (Pak)

9

4

174.07

Australia

Dhaka

89 (51)

Mehala Jayawardene (SL)

11

3

174.50

England

Chittagong

86* (43)

JP Duminy (SA)

10

3

200.00

New Zealand

Chittagong

Most Fours

26 – Stephen Myburgh

24 – ViratKohli

22 – Anamul Haque & Tom Cooper

Most Sixes

13 – Stephen Myburgh

12 – Glenn Maxwell

10 – Virat Kohli & Tom Cooper

Bowling Statistics:

Rangana Herath stunned the Kiwis with his five-for conceding just three runs © Getty Images
Rangana Herath stunned the Kiwis with his five-for conceding just three runs © Getty Images

Most Wickets

Wickets

Bowler

Matches

Avg

Eco

S/R

BBI

12

Imran Tahir (SA)

5

10.91

6.55

10

4/21

12

Ahsan Malik (Net)

7

13.83

6.68

12.4

5/19

11

Samuel Badree (WI)

5

10.27

5.65

10.9

4/15

11

RavichandranAshwin (Ind)

6

11.27

5.35

12.6

4/11

10

Amit Mishra (Ind)

6

14.7

6.68

13.2

3/26

10

Al-Amin Hossain (Ban)

7

18.7

7.33

15.3

3/21

Best Bowling figures:

Figures

Bowler

Eco

Opp

Venue

5/3

RanganaHerath (SL)

0.85

New Zealand

Chittagong

5/19

Ahsan Malik (Net)

4.75

South Africa

Chittagong

4/11

Ravichandran Ashwin (Ind)

3.30

Australi

Dhaka

4/15

Samuel Badree (WI)

3.75

Bangladesh

Dhaka

4/17

Dale Steyn (SA)

4.25

New Zealand

Chittagong

Best Economy Rates: (Min 10 overs bowled)

4.60 – Sunil Narine (WI)

4.60 – RanganaHerath (SL)

4.88 – SachitraSenanayake (SL)

Best Strike Rates: (Min 10 overs bowled)

10.0 – Imran Tahir (SA)

10.5 – Nadeem Ahmed (HK)

10.9 – Samuel Badree (WI)

Best Averages: (Min 10 overs bowled)

8.83 – RanganaHerath (SL)

10.27 – Samuel Badree (WI)

10.91 – Imran Tahir (SA)

No Balls and Free Hits:

In total, 16 front-foot no balls were bowled in the tournament. Hence there were 16 free hits.

Runs

Batsman

Bowler

Match

6

Mohammad Shahzad

Aizaz Khan

Afgvs HK

6

Umar Akmal

Shane Watson

Pak vsAus

6

Lendl Simmons

RavindraJadeja

WI vsInd

6

Rohit Sharma

Sunil Narine

Indvs WI

6

ShahidAfridi

MashrafeMortaza

Pak vs Ban

6

Glenn Maxwell

Shakib Al Hasan

Ausvs Ban

4

Mohammad Nabi

Al-Amin Hossain

Afgvs Ban

4

Alex Hales

AlbieMorkel

SA vsEng

4

Faf du Plessis

Amit Mishra

SA vsInd

2

RavichandranAshwin

Shane Watson

Indvs Pak

1

SubashKhakural

DawlatZadran

Nep vsAfg

1

SubashKhakural

SamiullahShenwari

Nep vsAfg

1

Rohit Sharma

Al-Amin Hossain

Indvs Ban

1

Michael Swart

Trent Boult

Net vs NZ

0

Mark Chapman

DawlatZadran

HK vsAfg

0

Marlon Samuels

Ziaur Rahman

WI vs Ban

Rohit Sharma (Ind) and SubashKhakurel (Nep) played 2 free hits.

Al-Amin Hossain (Ban), Shane Watson (Aus) and SamiullahShenwari (Afg) delivered 3 free hit deliveries.

(Bharath Seervi is a cricket statistician who is obsessed with digging numbers, facts and records related to the game. An active member of Society of Cricket Statisticians of India, he blogs at www.cricketseervistats.blogspot.com. He can be followed on Twitter at www.twitter.com/SeerviBharath and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/SeerviCricket)

Total

Inns

Team

Opp

Venue

Date

Result

196/5 (20.0)

1

South Africa

England

Chittagong

29-Mar-14

Won

193/4 (13.5)

2

Netherlands

Ireland

Sylhet

21-Mar-14

Won

193/7 (20.0)

2

England

South Africa

Chittagong

29-Mar-14

Lost

191/5 (20.0)

1

Pakistan

Australia

Dhaka

23-Mar-14

Won

190/4 (19.2)

2

England

Sri Lanka

Chittagong

27-Mar-14

Won

190/5 (20.0)

1

Pakistan

Bangladesh

Dhaka

30-Mar-14

Won

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