WORLD CUP

  • In pics: Records from World Cup 2015 23 hours 47 minutes ago

    Martin Guptill made a name for himself by becoming the highest run-scorer of the tournament accumulating 547 runs.Kumar Sangakkara took batting to a new height as he became the first man to score four back to back centuries in one-day cricket as he bid adieu to limited overs, ending a partnership with Mahela Jayawardene that had few parallels. He went past 500-runs for the second time in the tournament which also made him only the second man after Sachin Tendulkar to get to the milestone. New Zealand pacer Trent Boult finished with the most number of wickets - 22 - alongside Australia's Mitchell Starc.