Records broken so far in World Cup 2019

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08 Jun 2019

World Cup 2019: Here are the records broken till now

The ICC World Cup 2019 is the biggest platform to perform for any cricketer.

As a result, many records would be created and broken.

It has been a week since the tournament started, and there have already been a number of records scripted by the players.

With more to come in the coming weeks, let us have a look at some of the records.

Bangladesh post their highest-ever ODI total

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Two records by MS Dhoni

Two records by MS Dhoni

MS Dhoni is one player who can't be kept out of record-books.

So far in this tournament, he has already scripted two records.

Post the match against South Africa, he became the first player to keep in 600 innings.

He now has the third-most number of dismissals behind the wicket in the World Cup (33), after Kumar Sangakkara (54) and Adam Gilchrist (52).

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Nathan Coulter-Nile's career-best and World Cup record

Australia's Nathan Coulter-Nile scored his career-best knock of 92 against Windies. Interestingly, it is also the highest score by a number eight or lower batsman in the World Cup, across editions.

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Rohit Sharma scripts aplenty with ton against South Africa

Rohit Sharma's century against Proteas helped him script records aplenty:

It was his third century in England and eighth unbeaten ton while chasing.

It was his ninth century in successful ODI chases.

He now has the third most number of ODI centuries for India.

He scripted second-highest individual score, by an Indian, during World Cup chase.

He now has joint-fourth most international sixes (354).

Mitchell Starc becomes fastest to 150 ODI wickets

Eoin Morgan: First English cricketer to play 200 ODIs

England skipper Eoin Morgan scripted a unique record when he became the first English cricketer to play 200 ODIs. Previously, the record of most ODI appearances for England was held by Paul Collingwood of 197, from 2001-2011.

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The World Cup 2019 final would be held on July 14.

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Dhoni is yet to comment on his international future post World Cup 2019.

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Kohli needs 157 runs in the next 56 innings to become the fastest 1,000 ODI run-scorer.

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