In the current World Cup edition, England has matched Australia’s record from 1992 for the most losses by a defending champion, having suffered their fourth defeat in six matches.
• India has now won 59 matches in the ODI World Cups, surpassing New Zealand’s tally of 58, securing the second spot, with Australia leading at 73 wins.
• England’s fourth loss in six games in the current World Cup edition has tied them with Australia’s 1992 record for most defeats by a defending champion.
• In the recent match, Virat Kohli, Joe Root, and Ben Stokes all experienced their first World Cup ducks. Notably, both Kohli and Root’s dismissals marked the first instance of number three batters being dismissed for nought in a World Cup game.
• Rohit Sharma’s fifty off 66 balls in the match is his slowest since December 2019, despite having achieved 14 fifty-plus scores since then.
• Rohit Sharma has now equaled the second position on the list for the most ODI World Cup fifty-plus scores with 12, trailing behind Sachin Tendulkar, who leads with 21 such scores.
• Kohli has matched Tendulkar’s record of 34 ducks while batting in the top seven in international cricket.
• Rohit Sharma has become the fifth Indian to amass 18,000 international runs, trailing behind Tendulkar, Kohli, Rahul Dravid, and Sourav Ganguly.
• In 2023, Rohit Sharma became the third player to reach 1000 ODI runs, following Shubman Gill and Pathum Nissanka.
• India took 14.2 overs to reach fifty, which stands as the slowest among all teams batting first in this World Cup.