World Cup 2023 – Top Run-scorers

Top Run-scorers

Quinton de Kock, a 407-run South African
Quinton de Kock, a wicketkeeper-batter, climbed to the top of the run-scorers list against Bangladesh with an enthralling 140-ball 174. While the Proteas attempt to win their first major ICC competition, he had earlier scored back-to-back tonnes in the World Cup, the first since AB de Villiers did so in 2011. However, the opener’s quiet day (20 off 22) in the shocking loss to the Netherlands had an impact on his average (81.4).

India’s Virat Kohli, 354 runs
After hitting 103 runs without conceding a wicket against Bangladesh, India’s top batsman Virat Kohli struck a match-winning 95 against New Zealand to help the Men in Blue secure their fifth straight victory. In Delhi, against Afghanistan, Kohli scored fifty more runs after opening the competition with a strong eighty-five. If India wants to win their third ODI World Cup, captain Virat Kohli, who averages an incredible 118, will need to keep up this form.

Australia’s David Warner (332 runs)
The small Australian veteran David Warner has lit up the stage with two consecutive century despite a quiet start to the World Cup. In the World Cup, the southpaw first demonstrated his extreme dangerousness against Pakistan with a spectacular knock of 163. After that, he surpassed Netherlands with a brilliant 104 off 93 balls, raising his average to 66.4.

Rohit Sharma (311 runs) for India
In one-day internationals, India’s skipper Rohit Sharma has once again demonstrated why he is the best player in the world when it comes to explosive talent at the top of the order. After smashing a century against Afghanistan, Rohit lit up the 63-ball score against Pakistan, his bitter rivals, and then promptly struck 48 and 46 against Bangladesh and New Zealand, respectively. His average is at 62.2.

Mohammad Rizwan (302 runs) from Pakistan
Mohammad Rizwan of Pakistan has lighted up the stage with his incredible batting exploits. His century (131) in Hyderabad against Sri Lanka was an exceptional effort. Pakistan’s middle-order batting lineup is rather stable thanks to Rizwan, and the Men in Green’s 2023 World Cup performance may be largely determined by his contribution. In Chennai, he scored 8(10) against Afghanistan. Thus far in the competition, he has an average of 75.50.

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