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World Cup 2019 Stats and Records: World Cup's First

World Cup 2019 Stats and Records: World Cup's First

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Here are the first things happened in World Cup 2019. Who faced the first ball in World Cup 2019? Who took the first wicket in World Cup 2019? Who took the first hat trick in World Cup 2019? Who bowled the first maiden in World Cup 2019? Who faced the first free hit in World Cup 2019? Who bagged the first Golden Duck in World Cup 2019? Who hit first six in World Cup 2019? Who hit first four in World Cup 2019?

Here is everything about that occurred very first in World Cup 2019!

First Match – England vs South Africa (May 30)

First Venue – Kennington Oval, London

First Toss won – South Africa

First Match won - England (By 104 runs vs South Africa)



Batting in World Cup 2019

First Run – Jason Roy off the 1st ball in World Cup 2019

First Four – Joe Root off Lungi Ngidi

First Six – Eoin Morgan off Lungi Ngidi

First Batsman Dismissed – Jonny Bairstow off Imran Tahir

First Duck – Jonny Bairstow

First Golden Duck – Jonny Bairstow (ENG vs SA)

First Free hit faced – Wahab Riaz (PAK) vs WI

First Batsman Caught – Jonny Bairstow by Quinton de Kock

First Batsman Bowled – Jos Buttler off Lungi Ngidi

First Batsman Run Out – Dwaine Pretorius by Stokes/Morgan

First Batsman LBW – Shadab Khan (PAK) vs WI

First Batsman Stumped – Hashmatullah Shahidi (AFG) vs AUS

First 50 – Jason Roy (ENG, 54) vs SA

First 100 – Joe Root (ENG, 107) vs PAK

First 150 – Jason Roy (ENG, 153) vs BAN

Bowing in World Cup 2019

First Delivery – Imran Tahir to Jason Roy

First Wicket – Imran Tahir, dismissed Jonny Bairstow

First Maiden – Jofra Archer

First 3 wicket haul – Lungi Ngidi (SA, 3/66) vs ENG

First 4 wicket haul – Oshane Thomas (WI, 4/27) vs PAK

First 5 wicket haul – Mitchell Starc (AUS, 5/46) vs WI

First Hat Trick – Mohammed Shami (IND, 4/40) vs AFG

Extras in World Cup 2019

First Extra – Wide by Lungi Ngidi

First Wide – Lungi Ngidi

First No Ball – Oshane Thomas

Partnerships in World Cup 2019

First, 50 runs Partnership in World Cup 2019 – Quinton de Kock & Rassie van der Dussen (SA, 85) vs ENG

First, 100 runs Partnership in World Cup 2019 – Jason Roy & Joe Root (ENG, 106) vs SA

First, 150 runs Partnership in World Cup 2019 – Aaron Finch & Steve Smith (AUS, 173) vs SL

First 200 runs Partnership in World Cup 2019 – None

Teams in World Cup 2019

The first team to score 300 runs in a match – England (311/8) vs South Africa

The first team to score over 300 runs while chasing – South Africa (309/8) vs Bangladesh

The first team to chase a target of 300 or more – BAN (322/3) vs WI (321/8)

Matches in World Cup 2019

The first match to be tied – Final (ENG vs NZ)

The first match won by 1 run – None

The first match won by 1 wicket – None

The first match won by 2 wickets – NZ vs BAN

The first match won by 10 wickets – NZ vs SL

The first match won by a team at the last ball while chasing – None

Fielding in World Cup 2019

First Catch – Quinton de Kock

First Run Out – Stokes/Morgan to dismiss Dwaine Pretorius

First fielder to take 3 Catches in a match – Faf du Plessis vs ENG

First fielder to take 4 Catches in a match – Shai Hope (WI) vs PAK

Awards in World Cup 2019

First Man of the Match – Ben Stokes

DRS in World Cup 2019

First successful DRS - WI vs PAK

First unsuccessful DRS - AFG vs AUS

For more and the latest news about World Cup 2019, stay tuned to us.

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