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Test Cricket in 2010 - The Top Performers
 
World Cup Records - 1975 to 2015
Team Records
Results Summary :
Teams First Game P W L NR T Titles Winning %
Australia 7.6.1975 84 62 20 1 1 5 75.30
South Africa 26.2.1992 55 35 18 - 2 - 65.45
India 7.6.1975 75 46 27 1 1 2 62.83
New Zealand 7.6.1975 79 48 30 1 - - 61.53
West Indies 7.6.1975 71 41 29 1 - 2 58.57
England 7.6.1975 72 41 29 1 1 - 58.45
Pakistan 7.6.1975 71 40 29 2 - 1 57.97
Sri Lanka 7.6.1975 73 35 35 2 1 1 50.00
Ireland 15.3.2007 21 7 13 - 1 - 35.71
Bangladesh 17.5.1999 32 11 20 1 - - 35.48
Kenya 18.2.1996 29 6 22 1 - - 21.42
Zimbabwe 9.6.1983 57 11 42 3 1 - 21.29
Afghanistan 18.2.2015 6 1 5 - - - 16.66
Canada 9.6.1979 18 2 16 - - - 11.11
Netherlands 17.2.1996 20 2 18 - - - 10.00
U.A.E. 16.2.1996 11 1 10 - - - 9.09
East Africa 7.6.1975 3 - 3 - - - 0.00
Scotland 16.5.1999 14 - 14 - - - 0.00
Namibia 10.2.2003 6 - 6 - - - 0.00
Bermuda 15.3.2007 3 - 3 - - - 0.00
 
Highest Innings Totals (360 & Above)
Runs Overs RR For Opponent Venue Date Won by
417-6 50.0 8.34 Australia Afghanistan Perth 4.3.2015 Australia
413-5 50.0 8.26 India Bermuda Port of Spain 19.3.2007 India
411-4 50.0 8.22 South Africa Ireland Canberra 3.3.2015 South Africa
408-5 50.0 8.16 South Africa West Indies Sydney 27.2.2015 South Africa
398-5 50.0 7.96 Sri Lanka Kenya Kandy 6.3.1996 Sri Lanka
393-6 50.0 7.86 New Zealand West Indies Wellington 21.3.2015 New Zealand
377-6 50.0 7.54 Australia South Africa Basseterre 24.3.2007 Australia
376-9 50.0 7.52 Australia Sri Lanka Sydney 8.3.2015 Australia
373-6 50.0 7.46 India Sri Lanka Taunton 26.5.1999 India
372-2 50.0 7.44 West Indies Zimbabwe Canberra 24.2.2015 West Indies
370-4 50.0 7.40 India Bangladesh Dhaka 19.2.2011 India
363-5 50.0 7.26 New Zealand Canada Gros Islet 22.3.2007 New Zealand
363-9 50.0 7.26 Sri Lanka Scotland Hobart 11.3.2015 Sri Lanka
360-4 50.0 7.20 West Indies Sri Lanka Karachi 13.10.1987 West Indies
 
Highest match aggregates
Aggregate Overs 1st Team 2nd Team Venue Date
688-18 96.2 376/9 Australia 312 Sri Lanka Sydney 8.3.2015
676-18 99.5 338 India 338-8 England Bangalore 27.2.2011
671-16 98.0 377-6 Australia 294 S.Africa Basseterre 24.3.2007
661-12 94.3 372-2 W.Indies 289 Zimbabwe Canberra 24.2.2015
657-18 99.3 327-8 England 329-7 Ireland Hobart 7.3.2015
656-15 99.1 327-8 England 329-7 Ireland Bangalore 2.3.2011
 
Lowest Completed Innings Totals
Score Overs For Opponent Venue Date Won by
36 18.4 Canada Sri Lanka Paarl 19.2.2003 S.Lanka
45 40.3 Canada England Manchester 13.6.1979 England
45 14.0 Namibia Australia Potchefstroom 27.2.2003 Australia
58 18.5 Bangladesh W.Indies Dhaka 4.3.2011 W.Indies
68 31.3 Scotland W.Indies Leicester 27.5.1999 W.Indies
69 23.5 Kenya N.Zealand Chennai 20.2.2011 N.Zealand
74 40.2 Pakistan England Adelaide 1.3.1992 No Result
 
Lowest Match aggregates
Aggregate Overs RR 1st Team 2nd Team Venue Date
73-11 23.2 3.12 Canada (36) S.Lanka (37-1) Paarl 19.2.2003
91-12 54.2 1.67 Canada (45) England (46-2) Manchester 13.6.1979
117-11 31.1 3.75 Bangladesh (58) W.Indies (59-1) Mirpur 4.3.2011
 
Victories by Biggest Margins (230 or More Runs)
Margin Winner Loser Venue Date
275 Australia (417-6) Afghanistan (142) Perth 4.3.2015
257 India (413-5) Bermuda (156) Port of Spain 19.03.2007
257 South Africa (408-5) W.Indies (151) Sydney 27.2.2015
256 Australia (301-6) Namibia (45) Potchefstroom 27.02.2003
243 Sri Lanka (321-6) Bermuda (78) Port of Spain 15.03.2007
231 South Africa (351-5) Netherlands (120) Mohali 03.03.2011
 
Victories by Biggest Margins (10 Wickets)
Wkts. Winner Loser Venue Date
10 India (123-0) E.Africa (120) Leeds 11.06.1975
10 W. Indies (172-0) Zimbabwe (171) Birmingham 20.06.1983
10 W. Indies (221-0) Pakistan (220-2) Melbourne 23.02.1992
10 S. Africa (142-0) Kenya (140) Potchefstroom 12.02.2003
10 S. Lanka (126-0) Bangladesh (124) Pietermaritzburg 14.02.2003
10 S. Africa (109-0) Bangladesh (108) Bloemfontein 22.02.2003
10 Australia (106-0) Bangladesh (104-6) North Sound 31.03.2007
10 New Zealand (72-0) Kenya (69) Chennai 20.02.2011
10 New Zealand (166-0) Zimbabwe (162) Ahmedabad 04.03.2011
10 Pakistan (113-0) West Indies (112) Mirpur 23.03.2011
10 Sri Lanka (231-0) England (229-6) Colombo RPS 26.03.2011
 
Victories by Smallest Margins
Margin Winner Loser Venue Date
1 Run Australia India Madras 09.10.1987
1 Run Australia India Brisbane 01.03.1992
2 Runs Sri Lanka England North Sound 04.04.2007
3 Runs New Zealand Zimbabwe Hyderabad 10.10.1987
3 Runs Australia New Zealand Indore 18.10.1987
3 Runs Zimbabwe India Leicester 19.05.1999
3 Runs West Indies South Africa Cape Town 09.02.2003
 
Victories by Smallest Margins (By One Wicket Margin)
Margin Winner Loser Venue Date
1 wicket West Indies Pakistan Birmingham 11.06.1975
1 wicket Pakistan West Indies Lahore 16.10.1987
1 wicket South Africa Sri Lanka Providence 28.03.2007
1 wicket England West Indies Bridgetown 21.04.2007
1 wicket Afghanistan Scotland Dunedin 26.2.2015
1 wicket New Zealand Australia Auckland 28.2.2015
 
Individual Records
Batting - The leading run-getters
Batsman For Runs Ave. 100 50 HS SR M
Sachin Tendulkar India 2278 56.95 6 15 152 88.98 45
Ricky Ponting Australia 1743 45.86 5 6 140* 79.95 46
Brian Lara West Indies 1225 42.24 2 7 116 86.26 34
Kumar Sangakkara SL 1532 56.74 5 7 124 86.55 37
Abraham de Villiers SA 1207 63.52 4 6 162* 117.29 23
 
Individual Records
Most runs in wins
Runs Ave. Mt. Player SR 100 50
1516 65.91 27 Sachin Tendulkar 90.50 3 12
1342 43.29 38 Ricky Ponting 81.43 3 6
1051 38.92 28 Adam Gilchrist 101.35 1 8
 
Highest Strike Rates (Minimum 800 Runs)
Batsman For S.R. Runs Ave. M
Abraham de Villiers SA 117.29 1207 63.52 23
Virender Sehwag India 106.17 843 38.31 22
Adam Gilchrist Aus. 98.01 1085 36.16 31
 
Highest strike rate in an innings (Minimum 50 Runs)
Batsman For Runs Balls SR Opponent Venue Date
Brendon McCullum NZ 77 25 308.00 England Wellington 20-2-2015
Brendon McCullum NZ 52* 21 247.61 Canada Gros Islet 22-3-2007
Abraham de Villiers SA 162* 66 245.45 W.Indies Sydney 27-2-2015
Angelo Matthews SL 51 21 242.85 Scotland Hobart 11-3-2015
Mark Boucher SA 75* 31 241.93 Netherlands Basseterre 16-3-2007
 
Most Runs in a Competition
Batsman For Runs Ave. 100 50 SR Season M
Sachin Tendulkar India 673 61.18 1 6 89.25 2002-03 11
Matthew Hayden Australia 659 73.22 3 1 101.27 2006-07 11
Mahela Jayawardene Sri Lanka 548 60.88 1 4 85.09 2006-07 11
Martin Guptill NZ 547 68.37 2 1 104.58 2014-15 9
Kumar Sangakkara SL 541 108.20 4 0 105.87 2014-15 7
Ricky Ponting Australia 539 67.37 1 4 95.39 2006-07 11
Sachin Tendulkar India 523 87.16 2 3 85.87 1995-96 7
Tillakaratne Dilshan Sri Lanka 500 62.50 2 2 90.74 2010-11 9
 
Most Hundreds
Batsman For 100 Innings
Sachin Tendulkar India 6 44
Kumar Sangakkara SL 5 35
Ricky Ponting Australia 5 42
Sourav Ganguly India 4 21
Mark Waugh Australia 4 22
Abraham de Villiers SA 4 22
Tillakaratne Dilshan SL 4 25
Mahela Jayawardene SL 4 34
 
Four hundreds in successive innings
Batsman For Runs Balls Opponents Venue Date
Kumar Sangakkara SL 105* 76 Bangladesh Melbourne 26-2-2015
117* 86 England Wellington 1-3-2015
104 107 Australia Sydney 8-3-2015
124 95 Scotland Hobart 11-3-2015
 
No other batsman has registered even three hundreds in successive innings
 
Highest Individual Innings
Runs Balls Batman For Opp. Venue Date
237* 163 Martin Guptill N.Zealand W.Indies Wellington 21.3.2015
215 147 Chris Gayle W.Indies Zimbabwe Canberra 24.2.2015
183 158 Sourav Ganguly India Sri Lanka Taunton 26.05.99
181 125 Vivian Richards West Indies Sri Lanka Karachi 13.10.87
178 133 David Warner Australia Afghanistan Perth 4.3.2015
175* 138 Kapil Dev India Zimbabwe Tunbridge 18.06.83
175 140 Virender Sehwag India Bangladesh Dhaka 19.02.11
 
Centuries on the first day of a World Cup competition
Runs Balls Batsman For Opponent Venue Date
137 147 Dennis Amiss England India Lord's 7-6-1975
171* 201 Glenn Turner N.Zealand East Africa Birmingham 7-6-1975
106* 173 Gordon Greenidge W.Indies India Birmingham 9-6-1979
102 105 Allan Lamb England New Zealand The Oval 9-6-1983
103 100 Javed Miandad Pakistan Sri Lanka Hyderabad 8-10-1987
100* 134 Martin Crowe N.Zealand Australia Auckland 22-2-1992
100 133 David Boon Australia New Zealand Auckland 22-2-1992
101 132 Nathan Astle N.Zealand England Ahmedabad 14-2-1996
116 134 Brian Lara W.Indies South Africa Cape Town 9-2-2003
175 140 Virender Sehwag India Bangladesh Mirpur 19-2-2011
100* 83 Virat Kohli India Bangladesh Mirpur 19-2-2011
135 128 Aaron Finch Australia England Melbourne 14-2-2015
 
Quickest 150
Runs Balls to 150 Batsman For Opponent Venue Date
162* 64 Abraham de Villiers S.Africa W.Indies Sydney 27-2-2015
160 116 Imran Nazir Pakistan Zimbabwe Kingston 21-3-2007
178 116 David Warner Australia Afghanistan Perth 4-3-2015
215 126 Chris Gayle W.Indies Zimbabwe Canberra 24-2-2015
237* 134 Martin Guptill N.Zealand W.Indies Wellington 21-3-2015
 
The exact balls are not known in the case of Vivian Richards (181 off 125 balls) vs Sri Lanka at Karachi on October 13, 1987
 
Quickest 100
Balls to 100 Batsman Score Balls For Opponent Venue Date
50 Kevin O'Brien 113 63 Ireland England Bangalore 2.3.2011
51 Glenn Maxwell 102 53 Australia Sri Lanka Sydney 8.3.2015
52 Abraham de Villiers 162* 66 South Africa West Indies Sydney 27.2.2015
66 Matthew Hayden 101 68 Australia S.Africa Basseterre 24.3.2007
67 John Davison 111 76 Canada W.Indies Centurion 23.2.2003
70 Paul Stirling 101 72 Ireland Netherlands Kolkata 18.3.2011
70 Kumar Sangakkara 117* 86 Sri Lanka England Wellington 1.3.2015
72 Adam Gilchrist 149 104 Australia S.Lanka Bridgetown 28.4.2007
73 Kumar Sangakkara 105 76 Sri Lanka Bangladesh Melbourne 26.2.2015
79 Shaiman Anwar 106 83 UAE Ireland Brisbane 25.2.2015
79 Brendan Taylor 121 91 Zimbabwe Ireland Hobart 7.3.2015
80 Mahela Jayawardene 100 81 Sri Lanka Canada Hambantota 20.2.2011
 
Quickest 50
Balls to 50 Batsman Score Balls For Opponent Venue Date
18 Brendon McCullum 77 25 New Zealand England Wellington 20.2.2015
20 Brendon McCullum 52* 21 New Zealand Canada Gros Islet 22.3.2007
20 Angelo Matthews 51 21 Sri Lanka Scotland Hobart 11.3.2015
21 Brendon McCullum 50 24 New Zealand Australia Auckland 28.2.2015
21 Mark Boucher 75* 31 South Africa Netherlands Basseterre 16.3.2007
21 Glenn Maxwell 88 39 Australia Afghanistan Perth 4.3.2015
22 Mark Boucher 52 23 South Africa West Indies St.George's 10.4.2007
22 Dinesh Chandimal 52* 24 Sri Lanka Australia Sydney 8.3.2015
22 Brendon McCullum 59 26 New Zealand South Africa Auckland 24.3.2015
23 Brian Lara 73 40 West Indies Canada Centurion 23.2.2003
23 John Davison 52 31 Canada New Zealand Gros Islet 22.3.2007
23 Kieron Pollard 60 27 W.Indies Netherlands Delhi 28.2.2011
 
A double hundred and a hundred in the same innings
Batsman For Opponent Venue Date
Chris Gayle (215) and Marlon Samuels (133 not out) W.Indies Zimbabwe Canberra 24-2-2015
 
Most sixes
Batsman For M I 6s 4s
Abraham de villiers SA 23 22 37 121
Chris Gayle WI 26 26 37 90
Ricky Ponting Aus 46 42 31 145
Brendon McCullum NZ 34 27 29 77
Herschelle Gibbs SA 25 23 28 106
Sanath Jayasuriya SL 38 37 27 120
Sachin Tendulkar India 45 44 27 241
 
Most sixes in a World Cup tournament
Batsman For Competition M I 6s 4s
Chris Gayle WI 2014-15 6 6 26 17
Abraham de Villiers SA 2014-15 8 7 21 43
Matthew Hayden Aus 2006-07 11 10 18 69
Brendon McCullum NZ 2014-15 9 9 17 44
 
Bowling - The Leading Wicket-takers
Bowler For Wickets Average S.R. E.R. 4 Wickets M
Glenn McGrath Australia 71 18.19 27.5 3.96 2 39
Muttiah Muralitharan Sri Lanka 68 19.63 30.3 3.88 4 40
Wasim Akram Pakistan 55 23.83 35.4 4.04 3 38
 
Most Wickets in a Competition
Bowler For Wickets Average S.R. 4 Wickets M Season
Glenn McGrath Australia 26 13.73 18.6 - 11 2006-07
Chaminda Vaas Sri Lanka 23 14.39 22.9 2 10 2002-03
Muttiah Muralitharan Sri Lanka 23 15.26 22.0 2 10 2006-07
Shaun Tait Australia 23 20.30 22.0 1 11 2006-07
 
Best Bowling Figures in an Innings
Bowler For Wickets Opponent Venue Date
Glenn McGrath Australia 7/15 Namibia Potchefstroom 27.02.2003
Andy Bichel Australia 7/20 England Port Elizabeth 02.03.2003
Tim Southee NZ 7/33 England Wellington 20.2.2015
Winston Davis West Indies 7/51 Australia Leeds 11.06.1983
 
Most Five-Wickets Hauls
Bowler For 5 Wickets Matches
Gary Gilmour Australia 2 2
Vasbert Drakes West Indies 2 6
Asantha de Mel Sri Lanka 2 9
Shahid Afridi Pakistan 2 27
Glenn McGrath Australia 2 39
 
Best Strike Rates
Bowler For S. Rate Wickets Average Matches
Lasith Malinga SL 23.8 43 21.11 22
Zaheer Khan Ind. 27.1 44 20.22 23
Glenn McGrath Aus. 27.5 71 18.19 39
Imran Khan Pak. 29.9 34 19.26 28
Muttiah Muralitharan SL 30.3 68 19.63 40
Jacob Oram NZ 30.3 36 21.33 23
 
Hat-Tricks
Bowler For Opponent Venue Date
Chetan Sharma India New Zealand Nagpur 31.10.87
Saqlain Mushtaq Pakistan Zimbabwe The Oval 11.06.99
Chaminda Vaas Sri Lanka Bangladesh Pietermaritzburg 14.02.03
Brett Lee Australia Kenya Durban 15.03.03
Lasith Malinga Sri Lanka South Africa Providence 28.03.07
Kemar Roach West Indies Netherlands Delhi 28.02.11
Lasith Malinga Sri Lanka Kenya Colombo, RPS 01.03.11
Steven Finn England Australia Melbourne 14.2.2015
Jean-Paul Duminy S.Africa Sri Lanka Sydney 18.3.2015
 
All-round records
 
50 runs and 4 wickets in a match
All-rounder For Runs Wkts Opponents Venue Date
Tillakaratne Dilshan S.Lanka 144 4/4 Zimbabwe Pallekele 10-3-2011
Feiko Kloppenburg Netherlands 121 4/42 Namibia Bloemfontein 3-3-2003
Duncan Fletcher Zimbabwe 69* 4/42 Australia Nottingham 9-6-1983
Neil Johnson Zimbabwe 59 4/42 Kenya Taunton 15-5-1999
Wahab Riaz Pakistan 54* 4/45 Zimbabwe Brisbane 1-3-2015
Ian Botham England 53 4/31 Australia Sydney 5-3-1992
Maurice Odumbe Kenya 52* 4/38 Bangladesh Johannesburg 1-3-2003
Yuvraj Singh India 50* 5/31 Ireland Bangalore 6-3-2011
 
300 runs and 10 wickets in a competition
All-rounder For Competition M Runs HS Ave. 100 Wkts. Ave. 5WI Ct.
Neil Johnson Zim 1999 8 367 132* 52.42 1 12 19.41 0 1
Yuvraj Singh Ind 2010-11 9 362 113 90.50 1 15 25.13 1 3
Sanath Jayasuriya SL 2002-03 10 321 120 40.12 1 10 31.50 0 5
Kapil Dev Ind 1983 8 303 175* 60.60 1 12 20.41 1 7
 
600 runs and 20 wickets overall
All-rounder For Competition M Runs HS Ave. 100 Wkts. Best Ave. 5WI Ct.
Sanath Jayasuriya SL 1992-2007 38 1165 120 34.26 3 27 3/12 39.25 0 18
Jacques Kallis SA 1996-2011 36 1148 128* 45.92 1 21 3/26 43.04 0 13
Steve Waugh Aus 1987-1999 33 978 120* 48.90 1 27 3/36 30.14 0 14
Yuvraj Singh Ind 2003-2011 23 738 113 52.71 1 20 5/31 23.10 1 4
Kapil Dev Ind 1979-1992 26 669 175* 37.16 1 28 5/43 31.85 1 12
Imran Khan Pak 1975-1992 28 666 102* 35.05 1 34 4/37 19.26 0 6
 
Wicketkeeping Records
Wicketkeepers not allowing a single bye in an innings of 375 or more
Opponent Score Wicketkeeper For Venue Date
India 413/5 Dean Minors Ber. Port of Spain 19.03.2007
S.Africa 408/5 Denesh Ramdin W.Indies Sydney 27.2.2015
N.Zealand 393/6 Denesh Ramdin W.Indies Wellington 21.3.2015
Australia 377/6 Mark Boucher SA Basseterre 24.03.2007
 
Most Dismissals in a Competition
Wicketkeeper For Dis. Ct. St. Dis./ Inn. Mt. I Competition
Adam Gilchrist Aus. 21 21 0 2.000 10 10 2002-03
Kumar Sangakkara Sri Lanka 17 15 2 1.700 10 10 2002-03
Adam Gilchrist Aus. 17 12 5 1.545 11 11 2006-07
 
Five Dismissals or more in an Innings
Dis. Ct. St. Wicketkeeper For Opp. Venue Date
6 6 - Adam Gilchrist Aus. Nam. Potchefstroom 27.02.2003
6 6 - Sarfraz Ahmed Pakistan S.Africa Auckland 7.3.2015
5 5 - Syed Kirmani Ind. Zim. Leicester 11.06.1983
5 4 1 Jimmy Adams WI Ken. Poona 29.02.1996
5 4 1 Rashid Latif Pak. NZ Lahore 6.03.1996
5 4 1 Nayan Mongia Ind. Zim. Leicester 19.05.1999
5 5 - Ridley Jacobs WI NZ Southampton 24.05.1999
5 5 - Umar Akmal Pakistan Zimbabwe Brisbane 1.3.2015
 
Most Dismissals in a Career
Dis. Ct. St. Mt. I Dis./ Inn. Wicketkeeper For
54 41 13 37 36 1.500 Kumar Sangakkara Sri Lanka
52 45 7 31 31 1.677 Adam Gilchrist Australia
32 27 5 20 20 1.600 Mahendra Singh Dhoni India
32 30 2 34 25 1.280 Brendon McCullum New Zealand
 
Fielding Records
Most Catches in a Career
Ct. Mt. In. Ct./ In. Fielder For
28 46 46 0.608 Ricky Ponting Australia
18 38 38 0.473 Sanath Jayasuriya Sri Lanka
 
Most Catches in an innings
Ct. Mt. In. Ct./ In. Fielder For Date
4 2 Mohammad Kaif India Sri Lanka Johannesburg 10-3-2003
4 1 Soumya Sarkar Bangladesh Scotland Nelson 5-3-2015
4 1 Umar Akmal Pakistan Ireland Adelaide 15-3-2015s
 
The Top Five Partnerships
Runs Wkt. Batsmen Match Details
372 2nd Chris Gayle (215) & Marlon Samuels (133*) West Indies vs. Zimbabwe, Canberra on 24-2-2015
318 2nd S.C.Ganguly (183) & R.S.Dravid (145) India vs. Sri Lanka, Taunton on 26.05.1999
282 1st Upul Tharanga (133) and Tillakaratne Dilshan (144) Sri Lanka vs.Zimbabwe, Pallekele on 10.3.2011
260 2nd Steven Smith (95) & David Warner (178) Australia vs. Afghanistan, Perth on 4-3-2015
256* 5th Jean Paul Duminy (115*) & David Miller (138*) South Africa vs. Zimbabwe, Hamilton on 15-2-2015
247 2nd Hashim Amla (159) & Faf du Plessis (109) South Africa vs. Ireland, Canberra on 3-3-2015
244 2nd S.R.Tendulkar (152) & S.C.Ganguly (112*) India vs. Namibia, Pietermaritzburg on 23.02.2003
237* 3rd R.S.Dravid (104*) & S.R.Tendulkar (140*) India vs. Kenya, Bristol on 23.05.1999
234* 3rd R.T.Ponting (140*) & D.R.Martyn (88*) Australia vs. India, Johannesburg on 23.03.2003
 
Captaincy records
 
Most matches as Captain
Captain For Span Played Won Lost Tied NR Winning %
1516 65.91 27 Sachin Tendulkar 90.50 3 12
Ricky Ponting Aus 2003-2011 29 26 2 0 1 92.85
Stephen Fleming NZ 1999-2007 27 16 10 0 1 61.53
Mohammad Azharuddin India 1992-1999 23 10 12 0 1 45.45
Imran Khan Pak 1983-1992 22 14 8 0 0 63.63
Clive Lloyd WI 1975-1983 17 15 2 0 0 88.23
Mahendra Singh Dhoni India 2011-2015 17 14 2 1 0 85.29
Graeme Smith SA 2007-2011 17 11 6 0 0 64.70
 
Most runs in wins
Runs Ave. Mt. Player SR 100 50
1516 65.91 27 Sachin Tendulkar 90.50 3 12
1342 43.29 38 Ricky Ponting 81.43 3 6
1051 38.92 28 Adam Gilchrist 101.35 1 8
 
Most wickets in wins
Wickets Ave. Mt. Player SR ER 4WI 5WI
68 15.73 34 Glenn McGrath 24.6 3.82 - 2
51 16.94 27 Muttiah Muralitharan 27.0 3.76 3 -
40 18.40 23 Wasim Akram 29.1 3.79 2 1
37 16.21 17 Zaheer Khan 24.1 4.03 1 -
* Indicates Not Out / Unbroken Partnership