ICC ODI World Cup 2023 Points Table, Most Runs & Most Wickets After IND vs. AFG Match (Updated). India and Afghanistan faced each other at Arun Jaitley Stadium, Afghanistan captain Hashmatullah Shahidi won the toss and elected to bat first in the Afghanistan-India cricket match. India’s bowling attack was led by the brilliant Jasprit Bumrah. Afghanistan’s opening pair of Rahmanullah Gurbaaz and Ibrahim Jadran gave a solid start.
However, momentum changed when Jasprit Bumrah got an early wicket, allowing Ibrahim Jadran to return to the pavilion. Hardik Pandya, Team India’s most important asset, got a big boost with the dismissal of Azamtullah Umarzai. Kuldeep Yadav then got a big boost by dismissing skipper Hashmatullah Shahidi, followed by Jasprit Bumrah followed by Najibullah Zadran and Mohammad Danbi. The innings ended after 50 overs, with Afghanistan 272/8.
In India’s innings, Rohit Sharma proved his mettle with another one-day half-century and finally his seventh World Cup century but the innings also witnessed the departure of Ishan Kishan, who fell to the talented Rashid Khan. Rashid Khan dismisses Rohit with a nice knock. Virat Kohli scored back-to-back half-centuries to start the World Cup. He scored 55 runs in this game.
India batted well and Afghanistan had 15 overs to spare. The team did a fantastic job in both batting and bowling. Afghanistan could not score enough runs and faced challenges in batting and bowling. India, a dangerous team excels, especially when playing at home. They were ahead of Afghanistan in this match.
Let’s Checkout the ICC ODI World Cup 2023 Points Table
Points Table Of ODI World Cup 2023 Updated
Most Runs In ICC ODI World Cup 2023
- Mohammad Rizwan ( Pakistan) – 199 Runs (2 Matches)
- Kusal Mendis (Sri Lanka) – 198 Runs (2 Matches)
- Devon Conway (New Zealand) – 184 Runs (2 Matches)
- Rachin Ravindra (New Zealand) – 174 Runs (2 Matches)
- Joe Root (England) – 159 Runs (2 Matches)
After an excellent performance against Sri Lanka, Mohammad Rizwan is leading the Run Ranking with 199 runs. Kusal Mendis is in second position with 198 runs. Devon Conway, Rachin Ravindra, and Dawid Malan are in the 3rd, 4th, and 5th positions.
Most Wickets In ICC ODI World Cup
- Mitchell Santner (New Zealand) – 7 Wickets (2 Matches)
- Matt Henry (New Zealand) – 6 Wickets (2 Matches)
- Hasan Ali (Pakistan) – 6 Wickets (2 Matches)
- Jasprit Bumrah (India) – 6 Wickets (2 Matches)
- Bas de Leede (Netherlands) – 5 Wickets (2 Matches)
Mitchell Santner is showing his bowling skills, taking wickets rapidly and he’s at the top of the list with 7 wickets. His teammate Matt Henry is following him with 6 wickets in the second position, and Hasan Ali is also in the third position with 6 wickets. Jasprit Bumrah is in the fourth position, and Haris Rauf is on 5th position in Most Wickets.