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

Who are the players who scored the most runs.

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 this 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 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.

Looking at the list of top batsmen who have scored the most runs in this World Cup so far, India’s star batsman Virat Kohli is at the top of it, he has scored 594 runs in this mega event so far.

The highest run scorer after Virat Kohli is South African wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock who has scored 591 runs in 9 matches.

The third-highest run-scorer in this list is New Zealand’s young star, Richan Ravindra, who has scored 565 runs so far.

In this list, Indian captain Rohit Sharma is fourth with 503 runs, and Australian opener David Warner is fifth with 499 runs.

The list of highest run scorers in the World Cup includes South Africa’s Rashie Fander Dyson who has scored 442 runs so far followed by Australia’s Mitchell Marsh who has scored 426 runs in the group stage. .

Similarly, Indian batsman Shreyas Iyer, Kiwi batsman Daryl Mitchell, and English batsman David Mullan are also named in this list who have scored 421, 418, and 404 runs respectively.

Australian spinner Adam Zampa is the top wicket-taker in this Cricket World Cup till now with 22 wickets in the group stage.

He is followed by Sri Lankan fast bowler Dilshan Madhushanka who dismissed 21 players in the mega event.

The third name in the list of bowlers is Pakistani top pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi who took 18 wickets in 9 matches followed by South African bowler Gerald Coetzee who managed to take 18 wickets.

South Africa’s Marco Jansen is the fifth-highest wicket-taker in the World Cup with 17 wickets so far.

Similarly, Indian bowler Jasprit Bumrah managed to send 17, India’s Mohammad Shami 16, and New Zealand’s Mitchell Santner 16 in the ongoing mega event.

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