Total = 118 One-Day Internationals matches were played in the 2014 year, and today we bring you the list of ODI’s records that have been established in 2014.
Sri Lanka won most number of matches = 20 wins.
Australia with highest winning percentage = 72.22 %.
England lost most number of matches = 16 losses.
India with the highest Innings Total = 404-5 vs Sri Lanka in Kolkata.
Bangladesh with the lowest Innings Total = 58 vs India in Dhaka.
West Indies record their biggest win by 203 runs against New Zealand in Hamilton.
England with largest margin of victory by 10 wickets against Sri Lanka, Manchester.
Sri Lanka’s Kumar Sangakkara has made the most 1256 runs.
India’s Rohit Sharma has scored the highest 264 runs in an innings against Sri Lanka, Kolkata.
The highest average (Minimum 300 runs) made by West Indies batsman Marlon Samuels with an avg. of 101.00.
The highest Strike-Rate (Minimum 300 runs) made by New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson with a SR of 177.77.
South Africa’s Hashim Amla made the most number of 100’s with 5 centuries.
Kiwi all-rounder Corey Anderson has made the fastest 100 off 36 balls against West Indies at Queenstown.
Sri Lanka’s Angelo Mathews made the most number of fifties with 9 half-centuries.
New Zealand’s Corey Anderson has a record of the most number of sixes with 27 sixes and 14 sixes in an innings.
Sri Lanka’s Angelo Mathews has a record of the most number of fours with 111 boundaries, while Indian batsman Rohit Sharma 33 fours in an innings.
Denesh Ramdin and Darren Bravo from West Indies has a record of highest partnership of 258 vs Bangladesh at St. Kitts.
Sri Lanka’s Ajantha Mendis has a record of most number of wickets with 38 encounters.
New Zealand’s Corey Anderson has a record of most runs conceded in an innings with 96 runs in 10 overs against Pakistan at Sharjah.
New Zealand’s Matt Henry has the best Bowling average of 15.26 (Minimum 30 overs).
India’s Stuart Binny with a best bowling figures in an innings 6-4 against Bangladesh at Dhaka.
Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan has the best economy rate of 3.72 (minimum 30 overs)
Australian seamer Mitchell Johnson has the best economy rate of 1.16 in an innings vs Zimbabwe, Harare.
Wicket-keeping and Fielding records:
Most Dismissals by a Wicket-Keeper in 2014: Sri Lanka’s Kumar Sangakkara with 39 dismissals (33 catches+ 6 stumping).
India’s Ajinkya Rahane has a record of 16 catches, the most number of catches in 2014, while South Africa’s Rillee Rossouw has got the record of 4 catches, the most number of catches in an innings.