No runs in batting, no wickets in bowling, no team wins. Bangladesh got two victories in this world cup but it cannot cover the failure in any way. In one place, however, Bangladesh has indeed done ‘the best’. Bangladesh is the most successful team with DRS or Review (Decision Review System) in this World Cup. In this tournament, only one team has got more than fifty percent success in batting review. That team is Bangladesh. 60% of the DRS taken by the Tiger batters proved to be successful. They have won three of the five times challenging the umpire’s decision. New Zealand is the second most successful team in this list. They managed to change their decision three times out of six times.
Sri Lanka has also been successful three times with eight reviews.
Although they are third with 37.5 percent success. Hosts and runners-up India have not received more than three reviews, once successful. Their success rate is 33.3 percent. Last year’s title winners, the English, were successful in the review 25 percent of the time. They won only twice with eight reviews. Equally successful is Afghanistan, with four reviews to just one success. World champions Australia proved the umpire wrong only twice with 10 reviews. They and Pakistan have got the same 20 percent success rate. Pakistanis have won only once in five DRSs. Batters from the Netherlands have won twice with the most 12 reviews. Great South Africa never won more than three reviews. However, Bangladesh is at the bottom of the bowling reviews. The Tigers challenged the umpire’s decision six times and only once managed to get a decision in favor of the Tigers. New Zealand is in the same row with 16.67 percent success. Kiwis have only been successful twice with 12 reviews. However, England, Pakistan and the Netherlands are even worse at taking reviews while bowling. The captains of all three countries took nine reviews each and each succeeded only once.
And world champion Australia has managed to change the umpire’s decision twice out of 11 times. India is the most successful runner-up in this list. The team was successful five times with 12 reviews. Rohit Sharma’s team’s success rate is 41.67 percent. South Africa at number two won 35% of the reviews. They are successful 7 times with maximum 20 reviews. Afghanistan has been successful 4 times with 14 reviews. The team’s success rate is 28.57 percent. Sri Lanka turned not out into outs three times with 12 DRS. They got 25 percent success. That’s all about batting-bowling reviews. All in all, Bangladesh as a team is very successful in taking this review. Bangladesh, second in the list of most successful reviews among all teams, has had less controversy about umpiring in this tournament than other times. As evidenced by this, teams were not even 50 percent successful with reviews. India’s most successful team has a success rate of 40 percent. Rohit Sharma’s team has won six out of 15 reviews. They are also the most unlucky team, at least 5 times they have been caught by the umpires’ calls. No other team has had so many umpires’ calls.
Bangladesh, which is ranked second, has a success rate of 36.36 percent in getting reviews. Shakib Al Hasan’s team won 4 times by challenging the umpire’s decision 11 times. Although the Tigers have received the least reviews in this World Cup. South Africa has taken the most 23 reviews in this tournament. Whereas the success of Proteas winning 7 times is 30.43 percent. They are number 3 in this list. Umpires called 3 times against both South Africa and Sri Lanka. Lankans are fourth in the list with 20 reviews and 6 wins. New Zealand and Afghanistan are joint number five in this list. Both teams succeeded in five out of 18 reviews, giving them a success rate of 27.78 percent. But four times the umpire’s call went against the Afghans but never against New Zealand. Champion Australia is at number six. Ajid has a success rate of 19.05 percent with only four successful reviews out of twenty one reviews. England, who had a nightmare World Cup, are right behind Ajid with a success rate of 17.65 per cent. Only three of the 17 reviews were decided in favor of the English. The Netherlands, who finished the World Cup from the bottom of all, are also at the bottom in this regard. But in this case they are getting Pakistan as a partner. Pakistan could not go more than 14.29 percent success rate like the Dutch. Pakistanis are successful twice with 14 reviews. And the Netherlands won with 21 reviews.