Most runs in ICC World Cup 2023
Most runs in ICC World Cup 2023, full list
Quinton de Kock is the highest run scorer in the ICC World Cup 2023 with 550 Runs in 8 matches. Check the complete list of the most run scorers in ICC Men’s World Cup 2023.
|2||Quinton de Kock||South Africa||591||9||9|
|3||Rachin Ravindra||New Zealand||578||10||10|
|4||Daryl Mitchell||New Zealand||552||9||9|
Virat Kohli of India: 711 runs in 10 innings
In the first 10 matches of this tournament, Virat has accumulated an impressive total of 711 runs, boasting an average exceeding 101 and a strike rate surpassing 89. His highest individual score in a single inning stands at 117. Throughout these 10 innings, Virat has managed to secure three centuries and five half-centuries. Notably, he currently holds the title of the highest run-scorer in the ongoing tournament. Additionally, Virat has now surpassed Sachin Tendulkar’s record of 673 runs in a single Cricket World Cup edition, previously set in the 2003 tournament. As the final approaches on November 19, Virat Kohli will have another opportunity to further increase his run tally.
Quinton de Kock of South Africa: 591 runs in 9 innings
Quinton de Kock, with an impressive tally of four centuries in this World Cup, has now been relegated to the second position on the leaderboard. His stellar performance has played a pivotal role in South Africa’s remarkable journey in the tournament. De Kock’s highest score in the current World Cup stands at 174 runs. The upcoming challenge for him is against Australia at Eden Gardens in Kolkata, where the second semi-final of the World Cup is scheduled to take place on Thursday.
Rachin Ravindra of New Zealand: 578 runs in 10 innings
New Zealand’s Rachin Ravindra, hailed as the discovery of the tournament, has secured the third position on the list. The all-rounder has been making waves at the ICC Cricket World Cup in India, notably hitting his third century in the competition, thereby becoming the New Zealand batter with the most centuries in World Cup history. Ravindra achieved this remarkable feat during the World Cup match against Pakistan in Bengaluru. His top score in this tournament is an impressive 123 not out.
Daryl Mitchell of New Zealand: 552 runs in 9 innings
New Zealand’s middle-order batsmen have been instrumental in giving the team crucial momentum during the middle phase of matches. They delivered a brilliant performance against India in Dharamshala. The highest individual score in this World Cup for one of these middle-order batsmen is 134 runs, achieved during the semi-final against India at Wankhede in Mumbai.
Rohit Sharma of India: 550 runs in 10 innings
Rohit Sharma, a key player in setting the stage for India with prolific starts, has risen to the fourth position after delivering an excellent innings against England in Lucknow. His highest score in the current World Cup is 131 runs. Notably, in the match against South Africa, Rohit contributed 40 runs off 24 deliveries. With the upcoming final in the Cricket World Cup 2023, Rohit Sharma will have another opportunity to further add to his run tally, as India is one of the two teams set to participate in the championship match.