(1 November) ICC ODI World Cup 2023: Players with Most Runs and Most Wickets: The ICC ODI World Cup 2023 is heading to the end of the group stage with 31 out of 45 matches being played and the latest contest between Pakistan and Bangladesh saw the former beating the latter by 7 wickets. It was a grand comeback by Pakistan where they have a pis aller for the semis qualification. Here we are back with the list of Players with Most Runs and Most Wickets So Far in World Cup 2023.
Practically Pakistan are not going to make it to the semis, but they produced their A Game against Bangladesh for which they have got reputation in world cricket. After 4 consecutive losses, Pakistan made a comeback but is it enough? it is a big NO.
They were asked to bowl first on an extremely dry pitch and they made three changes to their starting eleven. Usama Mir in place of Shadab Khan, Agha Salman in place of Muhammad Nawaz, and Fakhar Zaman in place of the Imam. Setting the tone early, Shaheen Afridi claimed two wickets before coming back to beautifully take away a well-positioned Mahmudullah.
Haris Rauf’s sheer speed and variations saw him dismiss the two most experienced Bangladeshi hitters. Iftikhar fired Litton Das, severing a vital partnership. With a fast tempo and a reverse swing, Mohammad Wasim went through the tail. Nearly no fielding errors occurred as Pakistan comfortably wiped out their opponents by 204 runs.
In response, the openers set up a dominant opening stand of 128 runs to guarantee that the chase would be easy. With visually stunning strokes, Abdullah Shafique recorded his fourth 50+ score of the competition. In his return match, Fakhar Zaman demonstrated his prowess as the top batsman. Hammered three fours and seven sixes to dash every hope for the Bangladeshi team.
Babar Azam, the captain, failed once again as he returned to the pavilion after scoring just nine runs. To increase the ante, Pakistan lost three wickets, all to Mehidy, and a convincing victory with 17.3 overs left.
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Most Runs: ICC ODI World Cup 2023 – Rankings 1-10
Quinton de Kock is bossing the opps in the World Cup 2023. He is right there at the top of the most runs tally. He has scored 431 runs in 6 innings in this World Cup at a batting average of 71.83. He went for cheap against Pakistan where he scored 24 runs.
Following 2 consecutive hundreds and an 81, David Warner continues his run collection in style. He smashed New Zealand and secured second spot in the Most runs with 413 runs. He is followed by Indian-born Rachin Ravindra who plays for New Zealand. This southpaw has shown excellent intent and a brilliant class of playing spin and pace. He is placed 3rd with 406 runs in 6 innings.
Indian skipper Rohit Sharma is next on the list. He has amassed a total of 398 runs in 6 innings he played in this tournament. Following him is Pakistani batter Mohammad Rizwan. Rizwan has been perfectly playing the role of a middle-order batter. He is the fifth-highest run scorer in the 2023 edition of the ICC World Cup with 359 runs.
|1||QUINTON DE KOCK||SA||431||6||71.83|
Most Wickets: ICC ODI World Cup 2023 – Rankings 1 – 10
Shaheen Shah Afridi reclaimed his number 1 spot in the most wicket list. He took three wickets in the match against Bangladesh and secured first place. Afridi bowled exceptionally well last night and took 3 important wickets at an important time. Zampa of Australia follows him and is the second most successful bowler.
New Zealand’s Mitch Santner is the only spinner in the top 10 of the most wickets list. He successfully picked up 14 wickets in 6 innings and leaked 283 runs.
Jasprit Bumrah displayed outstanding class in the last match against England where he took 3 wickets in just 7 overs. Arrival alert of Mohammad Shami! Shami has just played two matches and is now there with 9 wickets and has entered the top 15 of the list.
|1||SHAHEEN SHAH AFRIDI||PAK||16||7||319|
|10||Bas de Leede||NED||11||6||331|
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