Trott first batsman to amass 400 runs in 2011 WC

Updated: Mar 27, 2011, 10:50 AM IST

Colombo: Statistical highlights of the World Cup quarterfinal match between England and Sri Lanka on Saturday.

  • Upul Tharanga and Tillakaratne Dilshan amassed 743 for the first wicket in seven innings at an average of 123.83 this World Cup, including two double century stands and three fifty-plus.
  • No other pair has managed to make even 500 for the first wicket in the present competition.
  • Sri Lanka posted their third victory in nine games against England at the World Cup.
  • Sri Lanka`s first World Cup triumph against England by 10 wickets is their second, having defeated Bangladesh by 10 wickets at Pietermaritzburg on February 14, 2003.
  • Jonathan Trott is the first batsman to amass 400 runs in the present World Cup, aggregating 422 in seven games at an average of 60.28, including five fifties.
  • Trott is the leading run-scorer in ODIs - 797 in 14 matches, including two centuries and six fifties.
  • During his 11th fifty in ODIs, Trott took his runs` tally to 1280 at an average of 55.65, including three
    hundreds, in 25 matches.

  • Trott became the third English player to amass 400 runs in a World Cup. Graham Gooch (471 in 1987-88) holds the record for most runs in a World Cup followed by Kevin Pietersen (444 in 2006-07).
  • Upul Tharanga (102 not out) posted his third century against England. His eleventh century in ODIs is his second at the World Cup.
  • Tharanga has recorded nine hundreds in Sri Lankan wins.
  • Tharanga completed his 500 runs in 10 matches this year - 503 (ave.83.83), including three centuries and one fifty. He is the top run-scorer for Sri Lanka in 2011.
  • Tharanga is the first batsman to post three centuries in 2011.
  • Eoin Morgan, during the course of his fifty, completed his 2000 runs in ODIs - 2024 in 64 matches at an average of 38.18, including four centuries and 12 fifties.
  • Morgan (50 off 55 balls) has recorded his second fifty at the World Cup - his best being 63 against Bangladesh at Chittagong on March 11, 2011.
  • Morgan and Trott were involved in a stand of 91 for the fourth wicket - England`s highest against Sri Lanka at the World Cup, eclipsing the 69 between John Emburey and Allan Lamb at Peshawar on October 17, 1987.
  • England have recorded a dubious distinction with their biggest defeat at the World Cup - their first by 10 wickets, obliterating the nine-wicket defeat to South Africa at Bridgetown on April 17, 2007.
  • Sri Lanka registered their fifth win by 10 wickets in ODIs - two against Bangladesh and three against England.
  • Ian Bell completed his 3000 runs in ODIs, aggregating 3021 (ave.35.12) in 97 ODIs. He is the 12th English batsman to achieve the distinction.
  • Dilshan and Tharanga put on an unbroken stand of 231 (unbroken) - Sri Lanka`s best for the first wicket against England at the World Cup.
  • The partnership is Sri Lanka`s second of 200-plus for the first wicket against England in ODIs - the best being 286 between Sanath Jayasuriya and Upul Tharanga at Leeds on July 1, 2006.
  • In the World Cup history, Dilshan and Tharanga are the only two players to share two partnerships of 200-plus for the first wicket.
  • Tharanga and Dilshan registered their seventh stand of 100-plus for the first wicket in ODIs. Only Marvan Atapattu and Sanath Jayasuriya have posted more century stands (eight) for the first wicket for Sri Lanka.
  • Dilshan (394), Tharanga (363) and Sangakkara (363), are the three Sri Lankan batsmen to complete 300 runs in the present competition. India (Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag and Yuvraj Singh) and Sri Lanka are the only two teams to provide three batsmen each with 300 runs or more in the present World Cup.
  • Mahela Jayawardene became the leading fielder with most catches in the 2011 World Cup - seven catches in seven games.
  • Tillakaratne Dilshan, with 394 runs at an average of 65.66 is the top Sri Lankan run-scorer in the present competition.
  • Dilshan`s 10th century (108 not out) in ODIs is his first against England.
  • Dilshan posted his second century at the World Cup -his highest is 144 against Zimbabwe at Pallekele on March 10, 2011.
  • Abraham de Villiers, Sachin Tendulkar, Tillakaratne Dilshan, Upul Tharanga and Ryan ten Doeschate are the five batsmen who have posted two centuries each in the 2011 edition of the World Cup.
  • Tillakaratne Dilshan and Upul Tharanga provide the first and only instance of hundreds by both the openers in a World Cup game on two occasions. They had first performed the feat against Zimbabwe at Pallekele in the 2011 World Cup.
  • Sri Lanka registered 231 without losing any wicket -the highest successful chase without losing a wicket at the World Cup, eclipsing the 221 by West Indies against Pakistan at Melbourne on February 23, 1992.