Who are the players who scored more runs and took wickets in the Cricket World Cup?

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The ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup in India has entered its final stages after which only three knockout matches are left in this mega event. The first semi-final of the Cricket World Cup will be played between India and New Zealand in Mumbai on Wednesday, while the second semi-final will be played between Australia and South Africa in Kolkata on Thursday.

The final of the Cricket World Cup will be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on Sunday.

Many batsmen from the ten teams participating in this Cricket World Cup took advantage of the friendly pitches and entertained the fans.

Similarly, on relatively difficult pitches for bowling, the bowlers of each team performed well and managed to take wickets.

ICC Men’s ODI Cricket World Cup 2023

In all the 45 league matches played, we have seen some brilliant spells from the batsmen as well as some brilliant spells from the bowlers, which destroyed the opposition.

ICC Men’s ODI Cricket World Cup 2023: With all the league matches of ICC Men’s ODI World Cup 2023 coming to an end, the whole world is gearing up for the knockout stage to decide which of the top four teams will make it out. India—India, South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand—will be crowned world champions in the 50-over format of the game.

India will take on New Zealand in the first semi-final at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Wednesday 15 November and Australia will face South Africa in the second semi-final at the Eden Gardens on Thursday 16 November. Kolkata. The winners of both the semi-finals will compete in the final on Sunday, November 19 at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

In all the 45 league matches played, we have seen some spectacular spells from the batsmen as well, who have annihilated the opposition and left the fans in awe.

Here is the list of the top 10 batsmen and bowlers in this edition of the ODI Cricket World Cup.

Top 10 Batsmen of ODI Cricket World Cup 2023:

  1. Virat Kohli, India

One of the best batsmen in cricket, Virat Kohli tops the list with 594 runs in nine matches. He has five half-centuries and two centuries to his name, with the highest being 103 runs.

  1. David Warner, Australia

One of the most devastating openers of the modern era, Warner has been giving Australia’s batting a flying start, scoring 499 runs in nine innings. His highest score is 163 runs which includes two centuries and two fifties.

  1. Quinton de Kock, South Africa

A key part of South Africa’s top order, de Kock has been a phenomenal batsman, scoring 591 runs in nine matches. De Kock has the most centuries in the tournament with four so far.

  1. Rachin Ravindra, New Zealand

The biggest find of this year’s World Cup went to the 23-year-old all-rounder, Rachin Ravindra. Ravindra scored three centuries and two fifties in this campaign and scored a total of 565 runs in nine matches.

  1. Rohit Sharma, India

The Indian skipper has been on an all-out attack since the start of the World Cup campaign. He has so far scored 503 runs in nine matches with the help of one century and three fifties.

  1. David Warner, Australia

One of the most devastating openers of the modern era, Warner has been giving Australia’s batting a flying start, scoring 499 runs in nine innings. His highest score is 163 runs which includes two centuries and two fifties.

  1. Rassie van der Dusen, South Africa

The rope has been a support system for the Proteas in the middle order. Although inconsistent at times, he has scored 442 runs in nine matches. He has scored two centuries and two fifties in his campaign, with a high score of 133 runs.

  1. Mitch Marsh, Australia

In the absence of Travis Head, Marsh played the opening role with much responsibility for Australia, scoring 426 runs in eight matches.

  1. Shreyas Iyer, India

Air is the backbone of the Indian middle order. These are the words of head coach Rahul Dravid. Iyer provided good support to the team when needed, scoring 421 runs in nine matches. He also has three half-centuries and one century to his name.

  1. Daryl Mitchell, New Zealand

Mitchell has been a powerhouse for the Kiwis in the middle order, scoring 418 runs in eight matches. His high score in that campaign was 130 runs, and he provided good support from time to time whenever the team needed it.

  1. David Mullan, England

The English opener has scored a total of 404 runs in nine matches with one century. He is the only English player to make the top 10, given the defending champions’ dreadful campaign.

Top 10 Bowlers of ODI Cricket World Cup 2023

  1. Adam Zampa, Australia

Adam Zampa is having a World Cup to remember, as he is not only the highest wicket-taker for Australia, but also the highest wicket-taker in the tournament. He took 22 wickets, including three fours for 416 runs.

  1. Dilshan Mudushanka, Sri Lanka

Despite such a terrible performance by the Sri Lankan team in this World Cup, Madhushanka managed to remain in the top 2 in the list of highest wicket-takers. He scored 526 runs and took 21 wickets.

  1. Gerald Coetzee, South Africa

The 23-year-old Coetzee took 18 wickets with 349 runs in seven matches for the Proteas.

  1. Shaheen Shah Afridi, Pakistan

Afridi is the best bowler for Pakistan in this tournament with 18 wickets and 481 runs in nine matches.

  1. Jasprit Bumrah, India

Bumrah is currently the highest wicket-taker for India in the World Cup, with 17 wickets under his belt. He also has the best economy rate in the entire tournament with 3.65.

  1. Marco Johnson, South Africa

Standing at a staggering 6ft 7in tall, Jensen has made full use of his height and this was evident in his bowling as well. The 23-year-old has taken 17 wickets for 415 runs in eight matches for the Proteas.

  1. Mohammad Shami, India

Shami made a splash by announcing his return to the World Cup, picking Pfeiffer in the very first match he played for India. He has taken 16 wickets for just 153 runs in just five matches so far.

  1. Ravindra Jadeja, India

Jadeja has bowled some beautiful spells for India in this tournament, especially in the middle overs. He took 16 wickets for just 292 runs at an economy rate of 3.97 in nine matches.

  1. Mitch Santner, New Zealand

New Zealand’s bowling is largely dependent on Santner, as he has been effective for the Kiwis on India’s turning tracks, as he took 16 wickets and conceded 398 runs in nine matches.

  1. Bas de Lied, Netherlands

De Leid has been the main bowler for the Dutch in the tournament, taking 16 wickets and conceding 487 runs in nine matches.

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