Thursday, November 22, 2018 05:47:24 PM
Leading batting and bowling figures at the 2015 World Cup on Sunday, the final day of the tournament:
Martin Guptill (NZL) 547
Kumar Sangakkara (SRI) 541
AB de Villiers (RSA) 482
Brendan Taylor (ZIM) 433
Shikhar Dhawan (IND) 412
Martin Guptill (NZL) 237 *
Chris Gayle (WIS) 215
David Warner (AUS) 178
AB de Villiers (RSA) 162 *
Tillakaratne Dilshan (SRI) 161 *
Trent Boult (NZL) 22
Mitchell Starc (AUS) 22
Umesh Yadav (IND) 18
Jerome Taylor (WIS) 17
Mohammed Shami (IND) 17
Morne Morkel (RSA) 17
Tim Southee (NZL) 7/33
Mitchell Starc (AUS) 6/28
Trent Boult (NZL) 5/27
Mitchell Marsh (AUS) 5/33
Imran Tahir (RSA) 5/45
* not out
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