Cricket World Cup 2015

Proteas v India - by the numbers

2015-02-23 12:44
AB de Villiers (AFP)

Cape Town - Stats and interesting facts from the Group B match between India and South Africa at Cricket World Cup.

0 - World Cup matches won by India against South Africa before this game - in four matches.

0 - Number of times South Africa have won chasing a target of 300 or more against India in ODIs out of four attempts. Overall, South Africa have a win-loss record of 4-15 in such chases.

85 - Runs conceded by Wayne Parnell in the match - the most by a South African bowler in a World Cup match, beating Shaun Pollock's 83 runs against Australia in 2007.

130 - Runs South Africa lost the match by - the heaviest of their nine defeats while chasing in the World Cup, beating their 83-run loss to Australia in 2007.

137 - Runs scored by Shikhar Dhawan - the highest individual score against South Africa in a World Cup, beating 134 not out by Stephen Fleming in 2003. Including Dhawan's there have been only nine hundreds against South Africa in World Cups.

307 - India's total in this match - the second-highest against South Africa in World Cups. Australia had scored a mammoth 377 for 6 against them in the 2007 World Cup, which is the highest.

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