The first round is over and apparently the boys have been separated from the men. As I predicted earlier, Afghanistan and Bangladesh qualified for the Super 10. We now look at the performances in the 12 matches so far.
Most runs (50 and above):
Tamim Iqbal is far ahead, being the only one with a century as well as two scores above 50.
Highest scores (40 and above):
While Tamim has the two highest innings, M. Shahzad has also been consistent with 3 scores above 40.
Bowling: 3 or more wickets overall:
Not very meaningful, as quite a few cheap wickets were grabbed in the innings with reduced overs.
Best bowling (3 wickets or more in an innings):
Here we see that the two best performances came in innings with reduced overs.
Best fielding (2 or more dismissals overall):
The most dismissals were 4 by Mutumbani and non-keeper Sikander Raza. Mutumbani and M. Shahzad made 3 stumpings each.
Overall all-round (at least 40 runs and 4 wickets):
Only M. Nabi makes the cut here.
Match all-round (at least 20 runs and 2 wickets):
Two performances from one of the departed teams.