Undoubtedly, ICC World Cup 2023 came with so many new records that were unbreakable for the past many years or decades. So far, ICC World Cup 2023 has been a turning out to register high scores from teams like India, South Africa, New Zealand, and Pakistan. Now a race for the top run scorer of the ICC World Cup 2023 also has started. Do you know who is the current leading scorer in ICC World Cup 2023? South Africa’s opening batsman-wicketkeeper Quinton De Kock. Yes, De Kock is the current leading scorer of the tournament. One more question for the cricket fans, how many Indians are in the top 10 scorers of ICC World Cup 2023? In the following sections, we have talked about the leading scorers of this tournament. Let’s delve deep into the details and find out more details.
At the top, South Africa’s Quinton de Kock who is currently in red-hot form of his career, scored three tons in his five innings. For the underserved, Quinton de Kock has already announced his retirement from ODI cricket. Yes, you heard it right, ICC World Cup 2023 is his last ODI tournament. He will say goodbye to 50-over cricket after this World Cup. In his five innings, de Kock has reached 407 runs with the help of three hundreds including a 174 runs knock. In 5 matches, Quinton de Kock played with a strike rate of 114 and smashed 15 maximums. Swipe down the page and read more details.
On the second number, India’s number three batsman Virat Kohli is standing tall with 354 runs who may surpass de Kock in the next game. Virat Kohli also played five matches. In his 5 matches, he scored 354 runs with a strike rate of 90. His batting average skyrockets to 118 because of his two not-out innings. In his five matches, Kohli scored a ton and three fifties with the help of six sixes.
Indian Skipper Rohit Sharma is not too far from Virat Kohli. He is currently at 3 with a total of 311 runs but his strike rate skyrockets at 133. In his five innings, Rohit Sharma has smashed a total of 17 sixes. Rohit’s top score in this tournament so far is 131 runs. Pakistan’s Mohammad Rizwan is in 4th place with 302 runs in 5 matches. Rizwan’s highest score was 131 not out against Sri Lanka. Rachin Ravindra at 5, Heinrich Klaasen at 6, Daryl Mitchell (7th place) and Aiden Markram (8th place), Abdullah Shafique (9th place), and New Zealand’s Devon Conway at 10th place.