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Match Number 43: First Quarter Finals

CH Gayle completed 600 runs in the world cup when he was on 4 during his knock of 8 in this game. At the end of this game his run aggregate stood at 604. He became the seventh West Indian batsman to total 600 plus runs in the world cup. Others are – BC Lara {1225}, IVA Richards {1013}, S Chanderpaul {970}, DL Haynes {854}, RR Sarwan {739} and RB Richardson {639}.
 

DM Bravo scored zero in this game providing the 36th occasion of a West Indies batsman scoring zero in the world cup.  His zero provides the third occasion of a batsman scoring duck in the quarter finals of the world cup. The other two occasions are – Mushtaq Ahmed of Pakistan vs India at Bangalore on 09.03.96 and Ata-ur-Rehman vs India at Bangalore on 09.03.96.

DM Bravo, DC Thomas, D Bishoo and R Rampaul scored zeros in this game providing the 15th occasion of four or more batsmen scoring ducks in an innings in the world cup. This is the first occurrence of four West Indian batsmen involved in such an occurrence in the world cup.

DC Thomas scored zero in this game providing the 51st occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a duck in the world cup. DC Thomas became the third West Indian wicket keeper batsman to suffer such an ignominy. Others are – D Williams vs South Africa at Christchurch on 05.03.92 and RD Jacobs vs Sri Lanka at Cape Town on 28.02.03.

DC Thomas collected the first ball in this game providing the 20th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman collecting the first ball duck in the world cup. He became the first West Indies wicket keeper batsman to suffer such an ignominy.

With four for 30 in this game, Shahid Afridi became the first bowler in the world cup to capture four four wicket hauls in a single edition of the world cup. His performances in this edition read thus – 5 for 16 vs Kenya at Hambantota on 23.02.11: 4 for 34 vs Sri Lanka at Col-RPS on 26.02.11: 5 for 23 vs Canada at Col-RPS on 03.03.11 and 4 for 30 vs West Indies at 23.03.11.

Shahid Afridi is the third bowler after SK Warne and M Muralitharan to capture four four wickets hauls in the world cup.

Shahid Afridi earned the distinction of becoming the only captain to capture four four wicket hauls in the world cup.

Shahid Afridi's four for 30 in this game provide the 17th occasion of a Pakistan bowler capturing four or more wickets in the world cup and 160th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in the world cup.

Shahid Afridi's four for 30 in this game provide the eighth occasion of a Pakistan captain capturing four or more wickets in the world cup and 11th occasion of a captain capturing four or more wickets in the world cup.

Pakistan won this game by ten wickets and became the first team to win a game without losing a wicket in the quarter finals of the world cup.

Shahid Afridi with his four four wicket hauls holds the Pakistan record for most four wicket hauls in the world cup. He went past Adbul Qadir and Wasim Akram who had three four wicket hauls.

Shahid Afridi became the fourth captain to capture four or more four wicket hauls in the annals of one day games. Others are – Wasim Akram {11}. SM Pollock {06}, Waqar Younis {05}.

Pakistan won this game by ten wickets and became the first team to win a game without losing a wicket in the quarter finals of the world cup.

Pakistan's win by ten wickets in this game provide the tenth occasion of a team winning a game without losing a wicket in the world cup. This is Pakistan’s first win without losing a wicket in the world cup.

Kamran Akmal and Mohammad Hafeez added 113 runs in an unfinished partnership for the first wicket in this game providing the 210th occasion of a century stand in the world cup. This partnership also represents the 55th occasion of three figure partnership for the first wicket in the world cup.

Kamran Akmal and Mohammad Hafeez added 113 runs in an unfinished partnership for the first wicket in this game providing the 19th occasion of a century stand by Pakistan batsmen in the world cup. This partnership also represents the third occasion of three figure partnership for the first wicket by Pakistan batsmen in the world cup. The other two occasions are – 159 runs between Majid Khan and Sadiq Mohammad vs Sri Lanka at Nottingham on 14.06.75 and 194 runs between Saeed Anwar and Wajahatullah Wasti vs New Zealand at Manchester on 16.06.99.

Mohammad Hafeez scored 61 not out in this game providing the 82nd occasion of a Pakistan batsman scoring a fifty in the world cup. This knock also represents the 30th occasion of a Pakistan opening batsman scoring a fifty in the world cup.

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