• Chris Gayle's 13-ball duck is his second-longest duck in ODIs after his 16-ball dismissal against New Zealand at Queenstown in 2005/06.
  • Shai Hope's 96 is the highest score by a West Indian wicket-keeper at the World Cup surpassing Ridley Jacobs's unbeaten 80 against New Zealand in 1999.
  • Bangladesh's 322 for 3 is the second-highest, successful run chase in the World Cup. Bangladesh also scored 322 (but for four wickets) to defeat Scotland in 2016.
  • Shakib al Hasan's second World Cup century mirrors Bangladesh's only other centurion, Mahmadullah, who also scored two centuries in a World Cup tournament.
  • The unbeaten partnership of 189 between Shakib al Hasan and Liton Das is Bangladesh's highest for any wicket at the World Cup.
  • The match aggregate of 643 for eight wickets is the highest at Taunton surpassing the 619 for nineteen between England and Sri Lanka in 1983.
  • Bangladesh's successful chase is very much the highest target achieved in 2019 by a team winning the toss and batting second. New Zealand's 248 for 8 against Bangladesh at The Oval was the previous best. There have been nine defeats in the same circumstances dates with seven occasions of the side winning the toss and batting second chasing more than 300.
  • The win is Bangladesh's first in the World Cup against West Indies in their fifth meeting between the sides. One was called off after rain.


  • Eoin Morgan set a record for most sixes in an ODI innings with 17 which surpassed the innings of Chris Gayle, Abraham de Villiers and Rohit Sharma.
  • The 118 runs scored by Morgan in his innings is the third most in a World Cup match and the most by an England player.
  • Only Abraham de Villiers (162* in 66 balls at a scoring rate of 14.73 per over against West Indies at Sydney in 2015) has a higher scoring rate in the World Cup than Morgan's 12.50.
  • The partnership of 189 between Morgan and Joe Root is England's highest for any wicket at the World Cup overtaking the 176 between Dennis Amiss and Keith Fletcher against India at Lord's in 1975.
  • The 25 sixes hit by England is also the most in a World Cup which was previously held by West Indies (19) against Zimbabwe at Canberra in 2015.
  • England's 397 for 6 is their highest total in the World Cup eclipsing their 386 for 6 against Bangladesh at Cardiff in the current tournament.
  • Their total is the sixth highest in the World Cup.
  • England's total is also considerably the highest ODI total at Old Trafford surpassing India's 336 for 5 against Pakistan on Sunday.
  • England's total saw the fourth occasion in the World Cup of three batsmen scoring 80 or more in the same innings.
  • The 234 runs scored in boundaries is the third most by any side in a World Cup innings.
  • Rashid Khan became the thirteenth bowler to concede over 100 runs in an ODI innings and the second from Afghanistan. In the World Cup, Khan is the fourth bowler to concede over 100 runs in an innings and his 9-0-110-0 is the most expensive.
  • Afghanistan's 247 for 8 is their highest World Cup total surpassing their 232 against New Zealand at Dunedin in 2015.
  • For the first time in a World Cup match, three Aghanistan batsmen passed 40 in the same innings.
  • The 94-run partnership between Rahmat Shah and Hashmatullah Shahidi is Afghanistan's highest in the World Cup.
  • For the first time in their World Cup history, Afghanistan batted through their allotted 50 overs without being dismissed.