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2007 ICC World Twenty20 statistics

The following is a list of all the major statistics and records for the 2007 ICC World Twenty20 which was played in South Africa. It started on 2007-09-11 and the final was played on 24 September 2007.

Team

Batting

Most runs in the tournament

Player Team M[1] I NO Total[2] Avg 50s 100s Best[3] S/R 4s 6s
Matthew Hayden Australia 6 6 3 265 88.33 4 0 73* 144.80 32 10
Gautam Gambhir India 7 6 0 227 37.83 3 0 75 129.71 27 5
Misbah-ul-Haq Pakistan 7 7 3 218 54.50 2 0 66* 139.74 18 9
Shoaib Malik Pakistan 7 7 2 195 39.00 2 0 57 126.62 15 5
Kevin Pietersen England 5 5 0 178 35.60 1 0 79 161.81 17 6
Source: Cricinfo.com.

Highest individual scores

Runs Balls[4] Batsman Country Versus
117 57 Chris Gayle West Indies South Africa
90* 55 Herschelle Gibbs South Africa West Indies
89* 56 Justin Kemp South Africa New Zealand
88 44 Sanath Jayasuriya Sri Lanka Kenya
79 37 Kevin Pietersen England Zimbabwe
Source: Cricinfo.com.

Bowling

Most wickets in the tournament

Player Team Mtchs[1] Wkts BBI
Umar Gul Pakistan 7 13 4/25
Stuart Clark Australia 6 12 4/20
R.P. Singh India 7 12 4/13
Shahid Afridi Pakistan 7 12 4/19
Daniel Vettori New Zealand 6 11 4/20
Source: Cricinfo.com.

Best bowling

Figures
Wickets/Runs (Overs)
Bowler Country Versus Venue Date
5/6 (3) Umar Gul Pakistan New Zealand Kingsmead, Durban 2007-09-12
4/7 (2.5) Mark Gillespie New Zealand Kenya 2007-09-12
4/13 (4) R. P. Singh India South Africa 2007-09-20
4/17 (4) Morné Morkel South Africa New Zealand 2007-09-19
4/18 (4) Mohammad Asif Pakistan India 2007-09-14
Source: Cricinfo.com.

Highest partnerships of the tournament

Runs (Balls) Wicket Partnerships Country Versus
145 (81) 1st Chris Gayle/Devon Smith West Indies South Africa
136 (88) 1st Gautam Gambhir/Virender Sehwag India England
120* (57) 3rd Herschelle Gibbs/Justin Kemp South Africa West Indies
119* (75) 5th Shoaib Malik/Misbah-ul-Haq Pakistan Australia
109 (62) 3rd Aftab Ahmed/Mohammad Ashraful Bangladesh West Indies
Source: Cricinfo.com.

Most sixes

Note: 10 or more sixes.
Sixes Player Team Innings
13 Craig McMillan New Zealand 5
12 Yuvraj Singh India 5
10 Chris Gayle West Indies 2
Justin Kemp South Africa 5
Matthew Hayden Australia 6
Imran Nazir Pakistan 7
Source: Cricinfo.com.

Highest strike rate

Note: Only top 5 players with a minimum 25 balls faced. Listed in the following order: Strike rate, Player Name, Team and then innings.
Strike rate Player Team Innings
197.82 Shahid Afridi Pakistan 7
195.00 Chris Gayle West Indies 2
194.73 Yuvraj Singh India 6
181.25 Mohammad Ashraful Bangladesh 6
181.11 Craig McMillan New Zealand 5
Source: Cricinfo.

Fielding

Fielding
Most dismissals (wicket-keeper) [5] Adam Gilchrist 9
Most catches (fielder) [6] AB de Villiers
Younus Khan
6

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Matches played.
  2. ^ Total number of runs scored in the tournament.
  3. ^ Top score by the batsman.
  4. ^ Balls is the lowest denomination of play in cricket representing one complete legal play. A bowler runs into the crease and delivers the ball to the batsman who then has various choices of playing various shots (including letting it go scot-free). Six balls make an over
  5. ^ http://stats.espncricinfo.com/twenty20wc/engine/records/keeping/most_dismissals_career.html?id=3115;type=tournament Records - ICC World Twenty20 -Most dismissals (wicket keeper) ] Cricinfo
  6. ^ http://stats.cricinfo.com/twenty20wc/engine/records/fielding/most_catches_career.html?id=3115;type=tournament Records - ICC World Twenty20 -Most dismissals (fielder) ] Cricinfo

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