World Cup 2023 top scorers: Virat Kohli jumps to second place, Rohit Sharma drops to fifth place; Check out the others on the list – Magazine Creations

As the 33rd match of the ongoing World Cup was played between India and Sri Lanka in Mumbai, Team India stalwart Virat Kohli jumped to the second position in the ongoing World Cup in India. Virat Kohli scored 88 runs in the match against Sri Lanka in Mumbai. However, Rohit Sharma could add only four runs before he was bowled by Sri Lanka’s Madushanka. Quinton de Kock tops the chart with 545 runs in seven innings.

Here’s a look at the top ten batsmen who scored the most runs at the end of the India-Sri Lanka match in Mumbai:

Quinton de Kock from South Africa: 545 runs in 7 innings

Quinton de Kock, who has scored four centuries in this World Cup, is at the top of the list and is one of the main reasons for South Africa’s impressive performance in the World Cup. His highest score in this World Cup is 174 runs.

Indian Virat Kohli: 442 runs in 7 innings

Virat Kohli has been instrumental in some of India’s wins while chasing goals more than a few times. Indian batsman Virat Kohli has surpassed Sachin Tendulkar’s record by becoming the batsman who has scored the most lakh runs in a single year in the ODI format. His highest score in this World Cup is 103 not out.

Rasheen Ravindra from New Zealand: 415 runs in 7 innings

Spotting the tournament, third on the list is New Zealander Rasheen Ravindra who scored a brilliant century against Australia in the mammoth chase. In the absence of Kane Williamson, the young man played his role brilliantly. His highest score in this World Cup is 123 not out.

Australian David Warner: 413 points in 6 innings

David Warner who has scored a few centuries is currently ranked second in the list of batsmen who have scored the most runs in the World Cup. His highest score in this World Cup is 163 points.

Rohit Sharma from India: 402 runs in 7 innings

Rohit Sharma, who has been instrumental in providing India with prolific starts, has moved up to number four after playing an excellent innings against England in Lucknow. His highest score in this World Cup is 131 points.

Aiden Markram from South Africa: 362 runs in 7 innings

The middle-order batsman has been in fantastic form helping his team achieve some big totals in the World Cup. His highest score in this World Cup is 106 runs.

Muhammad Rizwan from Pakistan: 359 runs in 7 innings

Pakistan who had a dismal outing in the World Cup found their wicketkeeper-batsman scoring runs for them in the middle order. Mohammad Rizwan remained out in the 26th over as Pakistan chased down a 204-run target in Kolkata. His highest score in this World Cup is 131 not out.

Rassie van der Dusen from South Africa: 353 runs in 7 innings

The South African middle-order batsman played some crucial knocks and helped his team register big totals for his team. His highest score in this World Cup is 133 points.

Darryl Mitchell from New Zealand: 346 runs in 6 innings

New Zealand’s middle-order batsmen have provided the team with much-needed impetus in the middle overs and played a brilliant innings against India in Dharamshala. His highest score in this World Cup is 130 points.

Abdullah Shafiq from Pakistan: 332 runs in 6 innings

Pakistani opener Abdullah Shafiq is making the most of the opportunities he has been given as he once again played a crucial knock of 68 against Bangladesh and after Rizwan he is the second Pakistani batsman to enter the list of top 10 batsmen with the highest number of runs. His highest score in this World Cup is 113 points.

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Updated: 02 November 2023, 10:56 PM IST


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