Eoin Morgan might have stolen the show against Afghanistan at Old Trafford with his ridiculous 71-ball 148, but they were not enough to lift him to the top five in the 2019 World Cup run-getters chart. He will have to be content with the sixth spot for now.
Joe Root (88 in 82) climbed to second spot and Jonny Bairstow (90 in 99) to eighth. Three runs behind Bairstow is his usual opening partner Jason Roy, who did not play today. Jos Buttler's 2 runs were enough to place him at tenth spot, making it five Englishmen in the top ten.
|Shakib Al Hasan||Bangladesh||384||128.00||103.8||2||2|
Among bowlers, the usual culprits – Jofra Archer (3/52) and Mark Wood (2/40) – were among wickets. They finished the day at third and joint fifth places respectively.
|Lockie Ferguson||New Zealand||8||12.37||4.13||1||0|
|Imran Tahir||South Africa||8||25.62||5.54||1||0|
|Matt Henry||New Zealand||7||18.00||5.17||1||0|
|Oshane Thomas||West Indies||7||26.57||6.60||1||0|