2- Pakistan’s score of 105 against West Indies at Trent Bridge, Nottingham on Friday was their second lowest total in a World Cup match. Pakistan scored their lowest total in World Cup against England in 1992 World Cup when they were bowled out for just 74 runs at Adelaide, Australia during one of their league stage matches. Most surprisingly, Pakistan didn’t lose the game as the match was washed out due to rain.
39 - With the three sixes in his 34-ball 50 run innings Chris Gayle’s total tally of sixes in World Cup went up to 39, making him the batsman with the most sixes in World Cups. He overtook South Africa’s AB de Villiers, who has hit 37 sixes in World Cups.
120 - Chris Gayle took a catch to dismiss Imad Wasim off Jason Holder on Friday and it was his 120th catch in ODIs. He now stands equal with former Caribbean skipper Carl Hooper for taking most number of catches in ODIs for West Indies.
218 - Pakistan conceded a seven-wicket defeat to West Indies in their first match of 2019 World Cup after the Caribbean side chased down the target with 218 balls to spare. This is the biggest defeat Pakistan conceded in a World Cup match in terms of balls remaining in the second innings. Pakistan’s previous biggest defeat in the World Cup according to balls remaining was against Australia when the Aussies notched an eight-wicket win at Lord’s in the 1999 World Cup with 179 balls to spare.