Rohit Sharma-led team India emerged victorious over New Zealand by 70 runs in an enthralling IND vs NZ Cricket World Cup 2023 semifinal clash at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium on Wednesday (November 15). India will now go up against either South Africa or Australia in Cricket World Cup 2023 Final on Sunday (November 19). Post India’s win, Virat Kohli leads the ODI World Cup 2023 highest run-getters chart while Mohammed Shami leads the ODI World Cup 2023 highest wicket-takers chart. Their performances have played a crucial role in India’s success in ICC Men’s ODI World Cup 2023 tournament.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Highest Run-Scorers
India’s Virat Kohli and South Africa’s Quinton de Kock occupy the first and second positions, respectively, in ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Highest Run-Scorers list. Following India vs New Zealand ICC Cricket World Cup semifinal, Rachin Ravindra from New Zealand remains at the third spot in highest run-scorers list. New Zealand’s Daryl Mitchell is positioned at number four in the list of top scorers for ICC Cricket World Cup 2023, while India skipper Rohit Sharma holds the fifth position.
Top 5 highest run-scorers in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023
1. Virat Kohli (India) – 711 runs in 10 matches with an average of 101.57
2. Quinton de Kock (South Africa) – 591 runs in 9 matches with an average of 65.66
3. Rachin Ravindra (New Zealand) – 578 runs in 10 matches with an average of 64.22
4. Daryl Mitchell (New Zealand) – 552 runs in 10 matches with an average of 69.00
5. Rohit Sharma (India) – 550 Runs in 10 innings with an average of 55.00
ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Highest Wicket-Takers
Following India vs New Zealand ICC Cricket World Cup semifinal on Wednesday, senior India pacer Mohammed Shami became the leading wicket-taker in ODI World Cup 2023. Australia spinner Adam Zampa is currently ranked second in the list of highest wicket-takers.
Top 5 highest wicket-takers in ICC Cricket World Cup 2023
1. Mohammed Shami (India) – 23 Wickets from 10 matches
2. Adam Zampa (Australia) – 22 Wickets from 9 matches
3. Dilshan Madushanka (Sri Lanka) – 21 Wickets from 9 matches
4. Gerald Coetzee (South Africa) – 18 Wickets from 7 matches
5. Jasprit Bumrah (India) – 18 Wickets from 10 matches