Cricket World Cup 2023 highest run-scorers, wicket-takers list after IND vs AUS Final: Australia emerged victorious in a lopsided IND vs AUS Cricket World Cup 2023 Final at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium on Sunday, securing their sixth ODI World Cup title. Australia clinched their inaugural ODI World Cup title in 1987 and went on to secure three consecutive championships in 1999, 2003, and 2007, then in 2015 at home and now clinching their latest title in 2023.
Australia convincing six-wicket victory over India in ODI World Cup 2023 final concludes one of their most memorable campaigns in the history of the tournament.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Highest Run-Scorers Updated List After IND vs AUS ODI World Cup Final
India batting legends Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma ends ODI World Cup 2023 tournament as the top two highest run-scorers of the tournament despite team India’s heartbreaking six-wicket loss to Australia.
Top FIVE highest run-scorers after IND vs AUS Cricket World Cup 2023 Final
1. Virat Kohli (India) – 765 runs in 11 matches
2. Rohit Sharma (India) – 597 Runs in 11 innings
3. Quinton de Kock (South Africa) – 594 runs in 10 matches with an average of 59.40
4. Rachin Ravindra (New Zealand) – 578 runs in 10 matches with an average of 64.22
5. Daryl Mitchell (New Zealand) – 552 runs in 10 matches with an average of 69.00
ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Highest Wicket-Takers Updated List Ahead IND vs AUS ODI World Cup Final
Following IND vs AUS ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Final on Sunday (November 19) in Ahmedabad, premier India pacer Mohammed Shami becomes the highest wicket-taker of Cricket World Cup 2023 tournament, followed closely by Australian spinner Adam Zampa in second place in top wicket-takers list with 23 wickets.
Top FIVE highest wicket-takers ahead IND vs AUS Cricket World Cup 2023
1. Mohammed Shami (India) – 24 Wickets from 11 matches
2. Adam Zampa (Australia) – 23 Wickets from 11 matches
3. Dilshan Madushanka (Sri Lanka) – 21 Wickets from 9 matches
4. Jasprit Bumrah (India) – 20 Wickets from 11 matches
5. Gerald Coetzee (South Africa) – 20 Wickets from 8 matches