2019 Cricket World Cup

  • 2019 cricket world cup
    icc cricket world cup 2019 logo.svg
    official logo
    dates30 may – 14 july 2019
    administrator(s)international cricket council
    cricket formatone day international
    tournament format(s)round-robin and knockout
    host(s)
    • england england
    • wales wales
    champions england (1st title)
    runners-up new zealand
    participants10
    matches played48
    player of the seriesnew zealand kane williamson
    most runsindia rohit sharma (648)
    most wicketsaustralia official website
    2015
    2023

    the 2019 icc cricket world cup was the 12th cricket world cup, a quadrennial one day international (odi) cricket tournament contested by men's national teams and organised by the international cricket council (icc). it was hosted between 30 may to 14 july across eleven venues in england and wales with the tournament being the fifth time that england had hosted the world cup while for wales it was their third.

    the tournament was contested by 10 teams, a decrease from 14 teams the previous edition with the format of the tournament changing to a single round-robin group with the top four teams qualifying through to the knockout stage. after six weeks of round-robin matches, which saw four games not have a result, india, australia, england and new zealand finished as the top four with pakistan missing out by net run rate.

    in the knockout stage, england and new zealand won their respective semi-finals to qualify for the final, which was played at lord's in london. the final ended in a tie after the match ended with both teams scoring 241 runs, followed by the first super over in an odi; england won the title, their first, on the boundary countback rule after the super over also finished level. overall, approximately 2.6 billion people around the world watched the tournament, making it the most-watched cricket competition as of 2019.[1]

  • hosting
  • qualification
  • venues
  • squads
  • match officials
  • prize money
  • warm-up matches
  • opening ceremony
  • group stage
  • knockout stage
  • statistics
  • broadcasting
  • notes
  • references
  • external links

2019 Cricket World Cup
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 logo.svg
Official logo
Dates30 May – 14 July 2019
Administrator(s)International Cricket Council
Cricket formatOne Day International
Tournament format(s)Round-robin and Knockout
Host(s)
  • England England
  • Wales Wales
Champions England (1st title)
Runners-up New Zealand
Participants10
Matches played48
Player of the seriesNew Zealand Kane Williamson
Most runsIndia Rohit Sharma (648)
Most wicketsAustralia Official website
2015
2023

The 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup was the 12th Cricket World Cup, a quadrennial One Day International (ODI) cricket tournament contested by men's national teams and organised by the International Cricket Council (ICC). It was hosted between 30 May to 14 July across eleven venues in England and Wales with the tournament being the fifth time that England had hosted the World Cup while for Wales it was their third.

The tournament was contested by 10 teams, a decrease from 14 teams the previous edition with the format of the tournament changing to a single round-robin group with the top four teams qualifying through to the knockout stage. After six weeks of round-robin matches, which saw four games not have a result, India, Australia, England and New Zealand finished as the top four with Pakistan missing out by net run rate.

In the knockout stage, England and New Zealand won their respective semi-finals to qualify for the final, which was played at Lord's in London. The final ended in a tie after the match ended with both teams scoring 241 runs, followed by the first Super Over in an ODI; England won the title, their first, on the boundary countback rule after the Super Over also finished level. Overall, approximately 2.6 billion people around the world watched the tournament, making it the most-watched cricket competition as of 2019.[1]

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