ODI World Cup 2023 Points Table, Most Runs And Wickets After SA vs NED Match (Updated). The ICC ODI World Cup is in progress, with 15 matches completed, showcasing thrilling contests between top teams. Let’s take a look at the points table and find out who is leading in both the highest run-scorer and highest wicket-taker categories in this tournament.
The match was held on Tuesday between South Africa and the Netherlands, due to bad weather caused a delay and shortened the match to 43 overs per side. Scott Edwards was the top scorer for the Netherlands with 78 runs off 69 balls. South African bowlers Kagiso Rabada and Marco Jansen had amazing performances, taking 2 wickets each, while the Netherlands scored a total of 245/8 against South Africa.
With an outstanding bowling performance by L. van Beek, R. van der Merwe, and B. de Leede, the Netherlands team managed to dismiss South Africa’s formidable batting lineup, securing a 38-run victory. This remarkable achievement goes down in history as a significant moment.
ICC ODI World Cup 2023 Points Table (Updated)
ICC ODI World Cup: Most Runs
- Mohammad Rizwan (Pakiatan): 248 Runs
- Devon Conway (New Zealand): 229 Runs
- Quinton de Kock (South Africa):229 Runs
- Rohit Sharma (India): 217 Runs
- Kusal Mendis (Sri Lanka) 209 Runs
In the ICC ODI World Cup 2023. Mohammad Rizwan from Pakistan is the top run-scorer with 248 runs, followed by Devon Conway and Quinton de Kock from New Zealand and South Africa with 229 runs each. Rohit Sharma from India scored 217 runs, and Kusal Mendis from Sri Lanka rounded out the top five with 209 runs.
ICC ODI World Cup: Most Wickets
- Jasprit Bhumra (India): 8 Wickets
- Matt Henry (New Zealand): 8 Wickets
- Mitchell Santner (New Zealand): 8 Wickets
- Hassan Ali (Pakistan): 7 Wickets
- Dilshan Madushanka (Sri Lanka): 7 Wickets
Three bowlers have been brilliant in the 2023 ICC ODI World Cup for they have managed to pick eight wickets each. Jasprit Bumrah from India, Matt Henry, and Mitchell Santner. Similarly, Hasan Ali (Pakistan) also took seven wickets while Dilshan Madushanka (Sri Lanka) managed seven wickets in the tournament.