South Africa registered their fourth victory of ODI World Cup 2023 with a thumping 149-run victory against Bangladesh at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai. South Africa batting first on this pitch posted a huge total of 382/5 in 50 overs with the help of stunning century from wicket-keeper batsman Quinton de Kock and also quick-fire knocks from Heinrich Klaasen and David Miller in death overs played a pivotal role in this game.
Bangladesh were completely outplayed by Proteas as they were reduced to 81/6 in 22 overs in the run-chase but a solid century from Mahmudullah helped them to post a decent total of 233 runs on board. Among South African bowlers Gerald Coetzee was seen picking three wickets with the ball, while others like Marco Jansen, Lizaad Williams and Kagiso Rabada picked two wickets to their name each.
Numbers and stats from SA vs BAN game:
3 - Quinton de Kock became first batsman to smash three centuries for South Africa in a single ODI World Cup edition.
Quinton de Kock centuries in ODI World Cup 2023:
100 vs Sri Lanka in Delhi
109 vs Australia in Lucknow
174 vs Bangladesh in Mumbai (Wankhede Stadium)
Batters to record most centuries in a single ODI World Cup edition:
Rohit Sharma - 5 in 2019
Kumar Sangakkara - 4 in 2015
Mark Waugh - 3 in 1996
Sourav Ganguly - 3 in 2003
Matthew Hayden - 3 in 2007
David Warner - 3 in 2019
Quinton de Kock - 3 in 2023
3 - South Africa became first team to record 350-plus total thrice in a single ODI World Cup edition.
South Africa team's totals in ODI WC 2023 while batting first:
428/5 vs Sri Lanka in Delhi
311/7 vs Australia in Lucknow
399/7 vs England in Mumbai (Wankhede Stadium)
382/5 vs Bangladesh in Mumbai (Wankhede Stadium)
South Africa's team total in last three ODI matches at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai:
438/4 vs India in 2015
399/7 vs England in 2023 WC
382/5 vs Bangladesh in 2023 WC
3 - Mahmudullah has become the only batsman to smash three centuries for Bangladesh in ODI World Cup history.
Mahmudullah's centuries in ODI World Cup:
103 vs England in Adelaide, 2015
128* vs New Zealand in Hamilton, 2015
111 vs Bangladesh in Mumbai (Wankhede), 2023
4 - Quinton de Kock became fourth wicket-keeper batsman to complete 12,000 runs in international cricket.
Most runs as wicketkeeper in international cricket:
Kumar Sangakkara - 17,840
MS Dhoni - 17,266
Adam Gilchrist - 15,252
Quinton de Kock - 12,094
Mushfiqur Rahim - 11,774
Most runs for South Africa in international cricket:
Jacques Kallis - 25,422
AB de Villiers - 19,864
Hashim Amla - 18,553
Graeme Smith - 17,224
Herschelle Gibbs - 14,661
Gary Kirsten - 14,087
Quinton de Kock - 12,160
7 - South Africa have won their last seven ODI games by a margin of 100-plus runs while batting first.
South Africa's victories in their last 7 ODIs while batting first:
Beat Bangladesh by 149 runs in Mumbai (Wankhede), 2023 WC
Beat England by 229 runs in Mumbai (Wankhede), 2023 WC
Beat Australia by 134 runs in Lucknow, 2023 WC
Beat Sri Lanka by 102 runs in Delhi, 2023 WC
Beat Australia by 122 runs in Johannesburg, 2023
Beat Australia by 164 runs in Centurion, 2023
Beat Australia by 111 runs in Potchefstroom, 2023
8 - Heinrich Klaasen smashed 8 sixes in this game.
Most sixes smashed by a batsman for South Africa in ODI World Cup:
David Miller - 9 vs Zimbabwe in Hamilton, 2015
AB de Villiers - 8 vs West Indies in Sydney, 2015
Heinrich Klaasen - 8 vs Bangladesh in Mumbai (Wankhede), 2023
19 - South Africa team smashed 19 sixes in this game.
Most sixes smashed by a team in an ODI World Cup inning:
England - 25 vs Afghanistan in Manchester, 2019
West Indies - 19 vs Zimbabwe in Canberra, 2015
Australia - 19 vs Pakistan in Bengaluru, 2023
South Africa - 19 vs Bangladesh in Mumbai (Wankhede), 2023
South African team smashing most sixes in an ODI WC inning:
19 vs Bangladesh in Mumbai (Wankhede), 2023
18 vs Netherlands in Basseterre, 2007
14 vs West Indies in St. George's, 2007
14 vs Zimbabwe in Hamilton, 2015
14 vs Sri Lanka in Delhi, 2023
174 - Quinton de Kock registered a score of 174 runs in this game.
Highest score for South Africa in ODI World Cup:
Gary Kirsten - 188* vs UAE in Rawalpindi, 1996
Quinton de Kock - 174 vs BAN in Mumbai (Wankhede), 2023
AB de Villiers - 162* vs West Indies in Sydney, 2015
Quinton de Kock holds the record for having the highest score (174) as wicketkeeper in ODI World Cup.