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Top Run-Scorers – Rohit Sharma Enters Top 5, de Kock Leads the Pack

As the thrilling ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 unfolds, several batters are making their mark by accumulating significant runs. In the recent India-England clash, Rohit Sharma’s outstanding performance elevated him to the top five run-scorers. Here’s a closer look at the top ten batsmen who have excelled in this edition of the World Cup.

1. Quinton de Kock (South Africa)

  • Runs: 431 in 6 innings
  • Quinton de Kock has been a standout performer, notching up three centuries in this World Cup and leading the list of top run-scorers. His contributions have been crucial to South Africa’s impressive showing.

2. David Warner (Australia)

  • Runs: 413 in 6 innings
  • David Warner, with a couple of centuries under his belt, holds the second position in the list of leading run-getters in the World Cup.

3. Rachin Ravindra (New Zealand)

  • Runs: 406 in 6 innings
  • The young sensation from New Zealand, Rachin Ravindra, has been a revelation, with a brilliant century against Australia in a high-pressure chase. He fills in admirably in the absence of Kane Williamson.

4. Rohit Sharma (India)

  • Runs: 393 in 6 innings
  • Rohit Sharma, known for his explosive starts, has surged to the fourth spot after a stellar innings against England in Lucknow.

5. Aiden Markram (South Africa)

  • Runs: 356 in 6 innings
  • Aiden Markram’s consistent form in the middle order has been instrumental in South Africa’s ability to set imposing totals.

6. Virat Kohli (India)

  • Runs: 354 in 6 innings
  • Virat Kohli has played a pivotal role in several of India’s victories while chasing targets. However, his recent dismissal for a duck against England was a setback.

7. Mohammad Rizwan (Pakistan)

  • Runs: 333 in 6 innings
  • Mohammad Rizwan has been a silver lining for Pakistan in an otherwise challenging campaign, contributing runs from the middle order.

8. Daryl Mitchell (New Zealand)

  • Runs: 322 in 5 innings
  • Daryl Mitchell, a middle-order batsman for New Zealand, has provided crucial impetus during the middle overs, including a standout performance against India in Dharamshala.

9. Heinrich Klaasen (South Africa)

  • Runs: 300 in 6 innings
  • Heinrich Klaasen, another South African, has been quick to accumulate runs in the middle order, supporting the likes of de Kock and Markram in setting formidable totals.

10. Sadeera Samarawickrama (Sri Lanka)

  • Runs: 295 in 5 innings
  • Sri Lanka’s Sadeera Samarawickrama, a middle-order batsman, has been a key contributor as Sri Lanka aims to move up the standings. His role will be crucial in this endeavor.

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