The 2016 ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup signed off with great entertainment. At the end, U-19 World Cup got new champion as West Indies.

The tournament was hosted by Bangladesh from 22nd January 2016 to 14th February. Total 16 teams participated in this tournament. Out of 16 teams, six associated/affiliated teams qualified through prelimenary rounds while other 10 teams were Test playing nations who automatically qualified. Australia had pulled out from the WC due to the security reason and Ireland was invited in their place.

Namibia and Nepal performed well in this tournament and affected some amazing upsets along with host nation Bangladesh, while New Zealand and defending champion South Africa’s performances were below par in this tournament. India and West Indies met in the final match of the tournament where West Indies clinched the trophy for the first time after beating India by 5 wickets.

The details of the 2016 ICC U19 Cricket World Cup are in the following:

Team performances in 2016 ICC U19 Cricket World Cup with their final positions:

Team

Matches

Won

Lost

Ties

No Results

Winning percentages

Final Position

West Indies

6

5

1

0

0

83.33

1

India

6

5

1

0

0

83.33

2

Bangladesh

6

5

1

0

0

83.33

3

Sri Lanka

6

3

3

0

0

50.00

4

Pakistan

6

5

1

0

0

83.33

5

England

6

4

2

0

0

66.67

6

Namibia

6

3

3

0

0

50.00

7

Nepal

6

2

4

0

0

33.33

8

Afghanistan

6

4

2

0

0

66.67

9

Zimbabwe

6

3

3

0

0

50.00

10

South Africa

6

3

3

0

0

50.00

11

New Zealand

6

2

4

0

0

33.33

12

Ireland

6

2

4

0

0

33.33

13

Scotland

6

1

5

0

0

16.67

14

Canada

6

1

5

0

0

16.67

15

Fiji

6

0

6

0

0

0.00

16

 

Team Records

Highest Team Total: England 371/3 (50 overs) vs Fiji at Chittagong on 27.01.2016

Highest Team Total (Batting Second): Pakistan 265/3 (43.1 overs) vs England at Fatullah on 12.02.2016

Lowest Team Total: Namibia 65/10 (32.5 overs) vs Bangladesh at Cox’s Bazar on 02.02.2016

Lowest Team Total (By a Test Nation): South Africa 91/10 (39.5 overs) vs Zimbabwe at Cox’s Bazar on 08.02.2016

Highest Match Aggregates: 529/10 (93.1 overs) between England (264/7 in 50 overs) vs Pakistan (265/3 in 43.1 overs) at Fatullah on 12.02.2016

Biggest Victories (By Runs): England beat Fiji by 299 runs at Chittagong on 27.01.2016

Biggest Victories (By Wickets): South Africa beat Scotland by 10 wickets at Cox’s Bazar (Academy Ground) on 02.02.2016

Biggest Victories (By Balls to Spare): Bangladesh beat Namibia with 204 balls to spare at Cox’s Bazar on 02.02.2016

Narrowest Victories (By Runs): West Indies beat Zimbabwe by 2 runs at Chittagong on 02.02.2016

Narrowest Victories (By Wickets): Namibia beat South Africa by 2 wickets at Cox’s Bazar (Academy Ground) on 31.01.2016

Narrowest Victories (By Balls to Spare): Bangladesh beat Sri Lanka at Fatullah (on 13.02.2016) and West Indies beat India at Mirpur (on 14.02.2016) with 3 balls to spare

 

Individual Records

Highest Individual Score in an Innings: Dan Lawrence (England) scored 174 runs (150 balls) against Fiji at Chittagong on 27.01.2016

Leading Runs-scorer: Jack Burnham (England) scored 420 runs in 6 matches.

Most centuries: Jack Burnham (England) hit 3 centuries in 6 matches.

Best Bowling Figure in an Innings: Cakacaka Tikoisuva (Fiji) was ended at 10-0-59-6 against West Indies at Chittagong on 31.01.2016

Leading Wicket-taker: Fritz Coetzee (Namibia) took 15 wickets in 6 matches.

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