World Cup: England captain Eoin Morgan is at the top in terms of sixes. He made 22 sixes. In this case, Rohit Sharma remained at number three. He made 14 sixes However, Rohit is on top of England’s Johnny Bairstow
In ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 total of 48 matches were played. The 10 teams participating in it scored a total of 21241 runs. Out of this 7928 runs were scored and 2142 runs with the help of sixes.
The England team remained number one at the top of the total, in addition to the four and sixes. He scored a total of 3059 runs with the help of 283 boundaries and 76 sixes. That is, he got 1588 runs from the boundary. It is 52 percent of its total runs.
Team India is at number three in terms of making the most runs. He scored 2432 runs. He scored 228 boundaries and 36 fours. It is 46 percent of its total runs.
England captain Eoin Morgan is at the top in terms of sixes. He made 22 sixes. In this case, Rohit Sharma remained at number three He made 14 sixes
However, Rohit is on top of England’s Johnny Bairstow Both openers scored 67-67 runs. Australian opener David Warner (66) and Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh (60) were on the third and fourth positions respectively.
In the case of sixes, the West Indies team is at number two. His batsmen made 59 sixes. West Indies are at the top of the total of runs against the total runs scored.
He scored a total of 1834 runs. From this, he made 1034 runs from the boundary. However, he is at number 8 in the making of the total run. Australia (44) third, India (36), fourth and Pakistan (28) were at number five in terms of the maximum number of sixes.
Sri Lankan team’s most lousy
The Sri Lankan team is at the bottom of both the runs and boundaries. His batsmen could score only 1503 runs. There were 133 boundaries and 16 sixes from his side.
In this way, he scored only 628 runs from the boundary. In the matter of making runs from the boundary, Afghanistan’s team is at number 7. He scored a total of 1716 runs. He scored 842 runs (170 fours and 27 sixes) in the boundary.
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