ICC Champions Trophy 2013: A game of numbers

The 2013 edition of the ICC Champions Trophy finally comes to a close. A look at the facts and figures that were the highlights of the tournament which saw India lift the title after defeating England in the final.

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Statistics of the ICC Champions Trophy 2013:

S Dhawan scored 363 runs in this edition to become the fourth batsman to total 300 plus runs in an edition of the tournament. Others are, CH Gayle, 474 in 2006, SC Ganguly - 347 in 2000 and WU Tharanga - 320 in 2006.

S Dhawan's 363 runs in this edition stand as the second best aggregate in the tournament. The first place is occupied by CH Gayle who has an aggregate of 474 in 2006. S Dhawan became the second batsman to total 350 plus runs in a single edition of the tournament.

S Dhawan with his 363 runs in this edition became the second Indian batsman to total 300 plus runs in an edition of the tournament after SC Ganguly. SC Ganguly has scored 347 in 2000. Thus S Dhawan's 363 runs in this edition is the highest run aggregate by an Indian batsman in an edition of the tournament.

RA Jadeja finished the tournament with 12 wickets in this edition. He shares the second position with MF Mahroof of Sri Lanka in the record for most wickets in an edition of the tournament. MF Maharoof also had a tally of 12 wickets in 2006 edition. The record for most wickets in an edition is credited to JE Taylor of West Indies who took 13 wickets in 2006

JC Buttler effected nine dismissals, all caught, in this edition and shares the record for most dismissals by an England wicket keeper in an edition with GO Jones. GO Jones had also effected nine dismissals, all caught, in 2004

MS Dhoni and JC Buttler share the record for most dismissals in 2013 edition with nine dismissals each.

NL McCullum set a tournament record for most catches in an innings by taking four catches against England at Cardiff on 16.06.13

KD Mills owns the record for most wickets in the tournament with 28 wickets to his credit. He went past M Muralitharan who had an aggregate of 24 wickets which was the previous record

CH Gayle became the first batsman to score 100 boundary fours, 101 in the tournament

DPMD Jayawardene became the first fieldsman to have an aggregate of 15 catches in the tournament and owns the record for most catches in the tournament. He went past DJ Bravo who has an aggregate of 12 catches

KC Sangakkara became the first wicket keeper to effect 30 plus dismissals (33) in the tournament and owns the record for most dismissals in the tournament

This edition witnessed three hundreds - two by Indian batsman and one by Sri Lakan batsman. KC Sangakkara's 134 not out against England at The Oval on 16.06.13 remains the highest score of this edition

This edition witnessed 35 fifties by batmen of which 17 were in losing cause. As many as eight captain score fifties of which six were in losing cause. There were four occasions of wicket keeper batsmen scoring fifties of which three were in a losing cause.

This edition witnessed the first occasion of rival wicket keeper scoring ducks in the same game - MS Dhoni of India and JC Buttler of England failed to score in the final at Birmingham on 23 .06.13

First game - India vs South Africa at Cardiff on 06.06.2013 - India won by 26 runs

For the first time in the ICC Champions Trophy, the rival teams were led by wicket keeper captains - India was led by MS Dhoni while South Africa were led by AB de Villiers

LL Tsotsobe, 83 and RA Kleinveldt, 81 conceded 80 plus runs in this game to provide the fifth occasion of a bowler conceding 80 plus runs in the tournament. This game became the first game in the tournament in which two bowlers conceded 80 plus runs in the tournament. This game also became the first game in which two South African bowlers conceded 80 plus runs in the tournament.


India posted 331 for 7 in this game providing the tenth occasion of a team posting 300 plus runs in the tournament. India's total in this game represents its highest total in the tournament. Its previous best was 307 for 8 against Australia at Dhaka on 28.10.98.

It also provides the sixth occasion of a team posting 300 plus runs batting first after losing the toss in the tournament. It also provides the second such occasion against South Africa. The first occasion was - Sri Lanka posting 319 for 8 at Centurion on 22.09.09

India became the fourth team to post a total of 300 plus runs on two occasions in the tournament. Other teams are - New Zealand, South Africa and Sri Lanka

South Africa became the only team to conceded 300 plus runs on three occasions in the tournament - England - 323 for 8 at Centurion on 27.09.09 : India - 331 for 7 at Cardiff on 06.06.13 and Sri Lanka - 319 for 8 at Centurion on 22.09.09

India's 331 for 7 in this game represent the highest total by a India in the tournament. It also represents the second best total in the tournament. The best is 347 for 7 by New Zealand against USA at The Oval on 10.09.04

India's 331 for 7 represent the 426th occasion of a team posting 300 plus runs in the annals of one day games. It also provides the 151st occasion of a team posting 300 plus runs batting first after losing the toss.

DA Miller became the first batsman in the tournament to be dismissed run out without facing a delivery in the tournament.


South Africa scored 305 in this game to provide the 427th occasion of a team posting 300 plus runs in one day games and also the eleventh occasion in the tournament.

South Africa was all out for 305 in 50.0 overs in this game to provide the fourth occasion of a team dismissed all out for 300 plus runs in exact fifty overs in the annals of one day games. All the four occasions are listed below. It is the first such occasion in the ICC Champions Trophy Tournament

No Team Score Overs Inns Result Opposition Ground Start Date

1 India 304 50.0 1 won v Sri Lanka Bristol 11 Jul 2002

2 Australia 345 50.0 1 won v Scotland Edinburgh 28 Aug 2009

3 Netherlands 306 50.0 1 lost v Ireland Kolkata 18 Mar 2011

4 South Africa 305 50.0 2 lost v India Cardiff 06 Jun 2013


Second game - Pakistan vs West Indies at The Oval on 07.06.13 - West Indies won by two wickets

Pakistan was all out for 170 in this game to provide the 57th occasion of a team dismissed all out in the tournament. It also provides the sixth occasion of Pakistan dismissed all out in the tournament. Pakistan became the sixth team to be dismissed all out on six or more occasions in the tournament. Others are - West Indies, England, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, and Zimbabwe.

Misbah-ul-Haq's 96 not out provide the first occasion of a Pakistan captain scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also provides the 35th occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in the tournament.

Misbah-ul-Haq's 96 not out provide the 12th occasion of a captain scoring a ninety in the tournament. It also provides the first occasion of a Pakistan captain scoring a ninety in the tournament.

Misbah-ul-Haq's 96 not out in this game was in a losing cause to provide the fourth occasion of a batsman's ninety in vain in the tournament. It also provides the first such occasion by a Pakistan batsman in the tournament.

Misbah-ul-Haq's 96 not out in this game was in a losing cause to provide the second occasion of a captain's ninety in vain in the tournament. The first such occasion was - 93 by SO Tikolo of Kenya vs West Indies at Col-SSC on 17.09.02. Incidentally both these occasions have come against West Indies.

CH Gayle's aggregate runs in the tournament read 734 at the end of this game. He became the first batsman to score 700 runs in the tournament and achieved the feat when he was on five during his knock of 39 in this game.

CH Gayle's aggregate of boundary fours in the tournament read 92 at the end of this game. He became the first batsman to score 90 plus boundary fours in the tournament and achieved the feat when he scored his second boundary in this game. He hit four boundary fours in this game.

Third Game - England vs Australia at Birmingham on 08.06.13 - England won by 48 runs

IR Bell scored 91 in this game to provide the 13th occasion of a batsman scoring a ninety in the tournament. It also represents the fourth occasion of an England batsman scoring a ninety in the tournament. It also represents the fourth occasion of an opening batsman scoring a ninety and the first occasion of an England opener scoring a ninety in the tournament.

MA Starc returned with figures of 1 for 75 in this game to provide the tenth occasion of a bowler conceding 75 plus runs in the tournament. It also provides the first occasion of an Australian bowler leaking 70 plus runs in the tournament. Thus MA Starc became the most expensive Australian bowler in the tournament. The previous record was held by MS Kasporowics who had conceded 71 runs for his three wickets against India at Dhaka on 28.10.98

GJ Bailey scored 55 in this game to provide the 36th occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also provides the sixth occasion of an Australian captain scoring a fifty in the tournament. GJ Bailey became the second Australian captain to score a fifty in the tournament after RT Ponting who has scored five fifties. It also provides the sixth occasion of a captain scoring a fifty against England in the tournament and also the second occasion of an Australian captain doing so against England in the tournament.

GJ Bailey scored 55 in this game was in a losing cause to provide the 13th occasion of a captain's fifty going in vain in the tournament. It also provides the first occasion of an Australian captain scoring a fifty in a losing cause in the tournament. It also provides the third occasion of a captain's fifty going in vain against England in the tournament - HH Streak's 50 not out in the game between Zimbabwe and England at Col-RPS on 18.09.02 and GA Smith's 141 in the game between South Africa and England at Centurion on 27.09.09

JM Anderson's three wickets in this game gave him an aggregate of 36 wickets in one day games against Australia and with it the record for most wickets against Australia in one day games. He went past IT Botham's 35 wickets.

JM Anderson's three wickets in this game gave him an aggregate of 13 wickets in the tournamnent and with it the record for most wickets in the tournament. He went past SCG Broad and SJ Harmison who have captured 11 wickets in the tournament.

Fourth Game - New Zealand vs Sri Lanka at Cardiff on 09.06.13 - New Zealand won by one wicket

Sri Lanka was dismissed all out for 138 in 37.5 overs in this game to provide the 58th occasion of a team dismissed all out in the tournament. It also provides the seventh occasion of Sri Lanka dismissed all out in the tournament. Sri Lanka and West Indies share the record for most number of all outs in the tournament. Both the teams have been dismissed all out on seven occasions.

MDKJ Perera was dismissed by the first ball of the match in this game to provide the first such occasion in the tournament and 43rd such occasion in the history of one day games.

MJ MClenaghan captured 4 for 43 in this game to provide the 35th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in the tournament. It also provides the eighth occasion of a New Zealand bowler capturing four or more wickets in the tournament.

MJ MClenaghan captured 4 for 43 in this game to provide the second occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets against Sri Lanka in the tournament. The first such occasion was - 4 for 50 by Abdul Razzaq of Pakistan at Jaipur on 17.10.06

It also provides the first occasion of a New Zealand bowler capturing four or more wickets against Sri Lanka in the tournament and represents the best bowlng figures ever against Sri Lanka in the tournament. The previous best was - - 4 for 50 by Abdul Razzaq of Pakistan at Jaipur on 17.10.06

KD Mils's two wickets in this game gave him a total of 24 wickets in the tournament and he now shares the record for most wickets in the tournament with M Muralitharan of Sri Lanka who also has an aggregate of 24 wickets.

When KC Sangakkara caught L Ronchi of Eranga for 7 in this game it was his 25th catch in the tournament and he became the first wicket keeper to pouch 25 catches in the tournament.

SL Malinga captured 4 for 34 in this game to provide the 36th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in the tournament. It also provides the fifth occasion of a Sri Lankan bowler capturing four or more wickets in the tournament.

SL Malinga's 4 for 34 in this game represent his second four wicket haul in the tournament. The first one was his 4 for 53 against South Africa at Jaipur on 24.10.06. He became the fourth bowler in the tournament to capture four or more wickets on two occasions in the tournament. Others are - M Dillon of West Indies, DT Hondo of Zimbabwe and M Muralitharan of Sri Lanka.

MJ MClenaghan captured 4 for 43 and SL Malinga captured 4 for 34 in this game to provide the fifth occasion of rival bowlers capturing four or more wickets in the tournament.

Fifth game - Pakistan vs South Africa at Birmingham on 10.06.13 - South Africa won by 67 runs

South Africa capped CH Morris for this game. He became the 110th cricketer to represent South Africa in one day games. He became the ninth South African cricketer to make his one day debut against Pakistan. He also became the 479th cricketer to represent a team in the tournament and also the 47th South African cricketer to appear in the tournament. He also became the 27th South African cricketer to appear against Pakistan in the tournament

AM Phanginso of South Africa and Umar Amin of Pakistan are also making their first appearance in the tournament and the number of cricketers playing in the tournament stood at 481

CH Morris became the 51st cricketer to make his one day debut in ICC Champions Trophy and is the fourth South African cricketer to make debut in the tournament. Others are - DW Benkinston, AC Dawson and RJ Petersen.

It is interesting to note that as many as ten South African crickets are making their first appearance against Pakistan in the tournament. AB de Villiers is the only cricketer who has played a game earlier against Pakistan in the tournament.

AB de Villiers was dismissed run out in this game to provide the eighth occasion of a captain dismissed run out in the tournament. It also provides the first occasion of a South African captain dismissed run out in the tournament

There were four run outs in South Africa's innings - AB de Villiers, JP Duminy, to provide the second occasion of four batsmen dismissed run out in an innings in the tournament. The first such occasion was witnessed in the game between India and Sri Lanka at Dhaka on 28.10.99 when four Indian batsmen - SR Tendulakr, R Dravid, A Jadeja and SB Joshi - were dismissed run out

There were four run outs in South Africa's innings - AB de Villiers, JP Duminy, to provide the 65th occasion of four or more batsmen dismissed run out in an innings in the annals of one day games.

AM Phangiso became the second batsman in the tournament to be dismissed run out without facing a delivery after DA Miller who was dismissed in a similar fashion in the game between South Africa and India at Cardiff on 06.06.13, in the opening game of this edition of the tournament.

Sixth game - India vs West Indies at The Oval on 11.06.13 - India won by eight wickets

DJ Sammy with his 56 not out in this game became the first West Indian and seventh batsman overall to score a fifty while batting at number eight in the tournament.

DJ Sammy and KAJ Roach added 51 runs in an unfinished stand for the tenth wicket in this game to provide the second occasion of a team posting 50 plus runs for the tenth wicket in the tournament. The other occasion was - 50 runs between KD Mills and SE Bond in the game between New Zealand and Australia a Col-SSC on 15.09.02

Thus the 51 runs in an unfinished stand for the tenth wicket in this game between DJ Sammy and KAJ Roach represents the record stand for the tenth wicket in the tournament.

RA Jadeja captured 5 for 36 in this game to provide the tenth occasion of a bowler capturing five or more wickets in the tournament. He became the first Indian bowler to capture five or more wickets in the tournament.

RA Jadeja became the third bowler to capture five or more wickets against West Indies in the tournament. Others are - JH Kallis of South Africa - 5 for 30 at Dhaka on 01.11.98 and MF Mahroof of Sri Lanka - 6 for 14 at Mum-BS on 14.10.06

J Charles's 60 in this game represent the 21st occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in the tournament. J Charles became the first West Indian wicket keeper batsman to score a fifty in the tournament.

RG Sharma and S Dhawan added 101 runs for the first wicket and S Dhawan and KD Karthik added 109 runs in an unfinished third wicket stand in this game to provide the first occasion of a team posting two three figure stands in an innings against West Indies in the tournament.

Eighth game - England vs Sri Lanka at The Oval on 13.06.13 - Sri Lanka won by seven wickets

RMS Erange conceded 80 runs in this game to provide the sixth occasion of a bowler conceding 80 plus run in the tournament. He became the second Sri Lankan bowler to conceded 80 plus runs in the tournament after SL Malinga. SL Malinga had leaked 85 runs against Sri Lanka at Jo'burg on 27.09.09.

AN Cook, 59, IJL Trott 76 and JE Root 68 scored fifties in this game in a losing cause to provide the 73rd , 74th and 75th occasion of batsman's fifties going in vain in the tournament. It also provides the 9th 10th and 11th occasion of England batsmen's fifties going in vain in the tournament.

AN Cook's 59 in this game provide the 39th occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also represents the fifth occasion of an England captain scoring a fifty in the tournament

AN Cook's 59 in this game was in a losing cause providing the 15th occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also represents the second occasion of an England captain's fifty in vain in the tournament.


It is interesting to note that the ongoing edition of the tournament has witnesses as many as five occasions of a captain's fifty in vain out of seven fifties scored by a captain in eight matches played so far.

KC Sangakkara's 134 not out in this game provide the second occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a hundred in this tournament. A Flower of Zimbabwe had scored 145 against India at Col-RPS on 14.09.02

KC Sangakkara's 134 not out in this game represents his fifth fifty in the tournament and he became the first wicket keeper batsman to score five fifties

Ninth game - South Africa vs West Indies - Match tied on DL Method - South Africa advances to Semis on a better net run rate

This was the first tied game of the tournament. It was a contrived game due to rain - reduced to 31 overs a side - and ending in a tie on DL Method.

Put into bat South Africa scored 230 for 6 in 31 overs. C Ingram scored 73 in this game to provide 220th occasion of a batsman scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also provides the 28th occasion of a South African batsman scoring a fifty in the tournament

C Ingram scored 73 in this game to provide 83rd occasion of an opening batsman scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also provides the ninth occasion of a South Africa n opening batsman scoring a fifty in the tournament

C Ingram scored 73 in this game to provide 28th occasion of a batsman scoring a fifty against West Indies in the tournament. It also provides the sixth occasion of a South African batsman scoring a fifty against West Indies in the tournament

C Ingram scored 73 in this game to provide 12th occasion of an opening batsman scoring a fifty against West Indies in the tournament. It also provides the second occasion of a South African opening batsman scoring a fifty against West Indies in the tournament. HH Gibbs has scored 101 at The Oval on 18.09.04

F du Plessis was dismissed run out for 35 in this game providing the 125th occasion of a batsman dismissed run out in the tournament. It also provides the 13th occasion of a South African batsman dismissed run out in the tournament

CH Gayle's two sixes in this game gave him an aggregate of 15 sixes in the tournament. He became the second batsman to score 15 or more sixes in the tournament after SC Ganguly who had to his credit 17 sixes

CH Gayle scored six boundary fours in this game which gave him an aggregate of 101 boundary fours. He became the first batsman to score 100 plus boundary fours in the tournament

At the end of this game, CH Gayle has an aggregate of 791 runs - most by a batsman in the tournament.

This game is third game ended in a tie when the result was declared under DL Method. The first such game was between England and India at Lord's - fourth ODI of Natwest Series on 13.09.11. The second game was between Pakistan and Ireland at Dublin on 23.05.13. However this is the first contrived game ending in a tie in the history of one day games.

Tenth game - India vs Pakistan at Birmingham on 15.06.13 - India won by eight wickets

India became the third team to effect 30 plus dismissals in the tournament at the end of this game. Australia, 36 and Sri Lanka, 35 are the other two teams ahead of India in this category of statistics.

Pakistan lost this game to India by eight wickets and with this loss, it owns the record for most losses in the tournaments - eleven losses. It went ahead of West Indies and Zimbabwe which had lost nine games. It also represents its first loss to India in the tournament. It is the first occasion that it lost all the games in the tournament.

Junaid Khan and Mohammad Irfan were run out for duck in this game to provide the 126th and 127th occasion of a batsman dismissed run out in the tournament. It also provides the second and third occasion of Pakistan batsman run out for ducks in the tournament.

Junaid Khan was run out after facing one delivery in this game to provide the seventh such occasion in the tournament. He became the first Pakistan batsman to face such an ignominy.

Wahab Riaz, Junaid Khan and Mohammad Irfan were dismissed for ducks in this game to provide the 16th occasion of three or more batsman dismissed for ducks in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the fourth such occasion of three or more Pakistan batsman dismissed for ducks in an innings in the tournament. It is the second such occasion by Pakistan batsman in the 2013 edition of the tournament - the first such occasion was against West Indies at The Oval on 07.06.13

Pakistan was dismissed all out for 165 in the tournament to provide the 60th occasion of a team all out in the tournament. It also provides the eighth occasion of a Pakistan dismissed all out in the tournament> It also represents the first such occasion against India.

India has dismissed the opposition all out on seven occasions in the tournament. It has dismissed Pakistan all out for the first time in the tournament.

India won its 13th game in the tournament when it beat Pakistan by eight wickets in this game. At the end of this game, India and West Indies share the record for most wins in the tournament. Both the teams have won 13 games each.

Eleventh game - England vs New Zealand at Cardiff on 16,06.13 - England won by ten runs

England was dismissed all out for 169 in this game to provide the 61st occasion of a team dismissed all out in the tournament. It also provides the seventh occasion of England all out in the tournament

AN Cook scored 64 runs in this game to provide the 40th occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in the tournament and also provide the sixth occasion of an England batsman scoring a fifty in the tournament.

AN Cook scored 64 runs in this game to provide the 12th occasion of a captain scoring two or more fifties in the tournament. AN Cook had scored 59 against Sri Lanka at The Oval on 13.06.13. His 64 in this game was his second consecutive fifty.

AN Cook scored 64 runs in this game to provide the 14th occasion of a captain-opening batsman scoring a fifty in the tournament and also provide the second occasion of an England batsman scoring a fifty in the tournament.

KD Mills captured 4 for 30 in this game providing the 40th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in the tournament. It also provides the 10th occasion of a New Zealand bowler performing such a feat in the tournament.

KD Mills 4 for 30 in this game represents his second four wicket haul in the tournament - the first being - 4 for 38 against Australia at Mohali on 01.01.06

KD Mills became the second New Zealand bowler to capture four or more wickets on two occasions in the tournament - the other being - MJ McClenaghan, 4-43 vs Sri Lanka at Cardiff on 09.06.03 and 4 for 65 vs Australia at Birmingham on 12.06.13.

KD Mills became the sixth bowler to capture four plus wicket hauls on two or more occasions. Others are - M Dillon, DT Hondo, MJ McClenaghGSan, SL Malinga and M Muralitharan.

New Zealand became the second team to have two bowlers - KD Mills and MJ McClenaghan - who have captured four or more wickets on two occasions in the tournament. Sri Lanka is the other team to have performed such a feat through its bowlers - SL Malinga and M Muralitharan.

KD Mills's 4 for 30 in this game was in a losing cause providing the 11th occasion of a bowler's four plus wickets haul going in vain in the tournament. It also provides the second occasion of a New Zealand bowler's four wickets haul in vain in the tournament.

KD Mills 4 for 30 in this game which went in vain represents his second four wicket haul in a lasing cause in the tournament - the first being - 4 for 38 against Australia at Mohali on 01.01.06

KD Mills became the third bowler to witness his four wickets haul in vain in the tournament. Others are DT Hondo of Zimbabwe and SL Malinga of Sri Lanka.

JC Tredwell collected the first ball duck in this game to provide the 51st occasion of a batsman dismissed by the first ball in the tournament. It also provides the sixth occasion of an England batsman suffering from such an ignominy

SJC Broad and JC Tredwell failed to open their accounts in this game providing the 164th and 165th occasion of a batsman scoring a duck in the tournament. It also provides the 15th and 16th occasion of an England batsman scoring ducks in the tournament.

SJC Broad was playing his 100th ODI in this game and he became the 17th England cricketer to appear in 100 plus one day games. It is unfortunate that he did not score in his 100th game.

NL McCullum pouched four catches in this game to set up a record for most catches in an innings in the tournament. To top this performance, he dropped four catches in this game !!!!!!!!!!!!!!. He became the 13th fieldsman to pouch three or more catches in an innings in the tournament.

KS Williamson's 67 in this game was in a losing cause to provide 65th occasion of a batsman's fifty going in vain in the tournament and also provide the fourth occasion of a New Zealand batsman's fifty going in vain in the tournament.

England won its 10th game in the tournament. This win is England's first win in the tournament after being dismissed all out while batting first in the tournament. It also represents second win in the tournament after a team was dismissed all out batting first in the tournament. New Zealand has won a game against South Africa at Mum-BS on 16.10.06 after it was dismissed all out for 195. It had dismissed South Africa for 108 all out to win the game by 87 runs

KD Mills' wicket aggregate in the tournament stood at 28 at the end of this game. He now owns the record for most wickets in the tournament. He went past M Muralitharan who had captured 24 wickets

12th game - Australia vs Sri Lanka at The Oval on 17.06.13 - Sri Lanka won by 20 runs and make Semi finals of the tournament from Group B

At the end of this game, DPMD Jayawardene's run aggregate in the tournament read 704. He now occupies the second place amongst the most run getters in the tournament. CH Gayle occupies the first place with 791 runs to his credit. DPMD Jayawardene went past KC Sangakkara who had scored 666 runs on his way to second place.

At the end of this game, KC Sangakkara's run aggregate read 666. He now occupies the third place amongst the most run getters in the tournament. CH Gayle occupies the first place with 791 runs to his credit, while DPMD Jayawardene occupies the second place with 704 runs to his credit. KC Sangakkara went past SC Gamguly who had scored 665 runs on his way to second place.

DPMD Jayawardene became the second batsman to total 700 plus runs in the tournament. CH Gayle is the other batsman who has scored 700 plus runs (791)

LP Chandimal and DPMD Jayawardene added 65 runs for the sixth wicket in this game to provide the third occasion of Sri Lankan batsman posting a fifty plus runs stand for the sixth wicket in the tournament. Other occasions are - 82 runs between SHT Kandamby and AD Mathews vs England at Jo'burg on 25.09.09 and 56 runs between RP Arnold and RS Kaluwitharna vs Pakistan at Nairobi (G) on 08.10.00

Thus the 65 runs partnership between LP Chandimal and DPMD Jayawardene for the sixth wicket in this game to provide the second best partnership by Sri Lankan batsman for the sixth wicket in the tournament.

GJ Bailey was dismissed run out in this game to provide the 131st occasion of a batsman dismissed run out in the tournament. It also provides the 12th occasion of an Australian batsman dismissed run out in the tournament

GJ Bailey was dismissed run out in this game to provide the ninth occasion of a captain dismissed run out in the tournament. It also provides the second occasion of an Australian batsman dismissed run out in the tournament - the first occasion being - RT Ponting was run out for 65 against India at Centurion on 28.09.09.

GJ Bailey became the second captain to be dismissed run out in the ongoing edition of the tournament. AB de Villiers was the other captain to be dismissed run out. He was run out for 31 against Pakistan at Birmingham on 10.06.13

Australia was dismissed all out for 233 in this game batting second to provide the 27th occasion of a team dismissed all out batting in the tournament. It also provides the third occasion of Australia all out when batting in the tournament.

DPMD Jayawardene completed 11000 one day runs when he was on 62 during his knock of 84 not out in this game. At the end of this game his run aggregate stood at 11022. He became the eighth batsman in the annals of one day game to total 11000 runs

DPMD Jayawardene's run aggregate at the end of this game in the one day games played in England stood at 1050. He became the seventh batsman to total 1000 runs in England.

Sri Lanka registered its 13th win in the tournament and shares the record for most wins with India and West Indies which also has won 13 games in the tournament.

First semi final - England vs South Africa at The Oval - 19.06.13- England won by seven wickets

CA Ingram, AB de Villiers and LL Tsotsobe were dismissed for ducks in this game with which the number of ducks in the tournament swelled to 168. The number of ducks by South African batsman stood at 19 in the tournament.

CA Ingram, AB de Villiers and LL Tsotsobe were dismissed for ducks in this game to provide the 17th occasion of three or more batsman scoring ducks in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the third such occasion by South African batsmen in the tournament.

AB de Villiers scored duck in this game to provide the 15th occasion of a captain scoring a duck in the tournament. It also provides the second occasion of a South African batsman suffering from such an ignominy after GC Smith. GC Smith collected a duck against Pakistan at Mohali on 27.10.06. AB de Villiers became the first captain to score a duck against England in the tournament.

CA Ingram was dismissed for duck in this game to provide the 32nd occasion of an opening batsman scoring a duck in the tournament. It also provides the third occasion by South African opening batsmen collecting the duck in the tournament.

RK Kleinveldt scored 43 in this game which represent the highest socre by a number ten batsmanm in the tournament. The previous best was 30 by CJ Mckay against Sri Lanka at The Oval on 17.06.13 ~CHECK~in the previous game of the tournament~CHECK~

DA Miller and RK Kleinveldt added 95 runs for the ninth wicket in this game to provide the best partnership for the ninth wicket in the tournament. It eclipsed the previous best of 71 runs finished stand between IDR Bradshaw and CO Browne of West Indies against England at The Oval on 25.09.04.

DA Miller and RK Kleinveldt added 95 runs for the ninth wicket in this game to provide the best partnership by South African batsmen for the ninth wicket in all its one day games. . It eclipsed the previous best of 65 runs stand between WD Parnell and DW Steyn against India at Jaipur on 21.02.10.

Second Semi Final - India vs Sri Lanka at Cardiff on 20.06.13 - India won by eight wickets

SK Raina held three catches in this game to provide the 14th occasion of a fieldsman taking three or more catches in the tournament. It also provides the second occasion of an Indian fieldman doing so in the tournament after Yuvraj Singh. Yuvraj Singh had taken three catches against South Africa at Col-RPS on 25.09.02. SK Raina also became the second fieldsman to take three or more catches against Sri Lanka in the tournament - the other being - JP Duminy of South Africa at Centurion on 22.09.09

AD Mathews scored 51 not out in this game to provide the 41st occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also represents the fifth occasion of a Sri Lankan captain scoring a fifty in the tournament.

AD Mathews' 51 not out in this game was in a losing cause to provide the 16th occasion of a captains's fifty going in vain in the tournament. It also represents the first occasion of a Sri Lankan captain's fifty in vain in the tournament.

Finals - England vs India at Birminham on 23.06.13 - India won by five runs.

England became the first team to lose a final after inserting the opposition in the tournament.

MS Dhoni scored a duck in this game to provide the 16th occasion of a captain scoring a zero in the tournament. It also provides the third occasion of an Indian captain scoring a duck in the tournament, Others are - M Azharuddin vs Australia at Dhaka on 28.10.98 andc SC Ganguly vs Pakistan at Birmingham on 19.09.04

MS Dhoni scored a duck in this game to provide the 18th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a zero in the tournament. It also provides the first occasion of an Indian wicket keeper batsman scoring a duck in the tournament,

JC Buttler scored a duck in this game to provide the 19th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a zero in the tournament. It also provides the third occasion of an England wicket keeper batsman scoring a duck in the tournament

JC Buttler's zero in this game provides the second occasion of his scoring a duck in the tournament. He became the third wicket keeper batsman to score ducks on two occasions in the tournament. Others are - KC Sangakkara of Sri Lanka and CAK Walton of West Indies

JC Buttler collected the first ball duck in this game to provide sixth occasion of a wicket keeper batsman collecting the first ball duck in the tournament. It also provides the first occasion of an England wicket keeper batsman to suffer such an ignominy

MS Dhoni and JC Buttler scored ducks in this game to provide the first occasion of rival wicket keeper batsmen scoring zeroes in a match in the tournament and also provide the tenth such occasion in the annals of one day games.

MS Dhoni effected two stumping dismissals in this game to become the first wicket keeper to perform such a feat in the tournament.

MS Dhoni's two stumping dismissals gave him an aggregate of four stumping dismissals in the tournament. He became the second wicket keeper to have four or more stumping dismissals in the tournament after KC Sangakkara who has an aggregate of five stumping dismissals.

India won its 15th game in the tournament when it won this game and became the first team to win 15 games in the tournament.

England's loss in this game was its tenth loss of the tournament and it now shares the second place with West Indies for the record of most losses in the tournament. West Indies also has lost ten games. The record for most losses is owned by Pakistan which has suffered eleven losses.

Story first published on: Monday, 24 June 2013 16:30 IST

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