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World Cup 2023: From top run-getters to leading wicket-takers, all key statistics at the end of round-robin stage

As the round-robin stage of the World Cup comes to an end, we take a look at some key stats from the tournament so far, from top run-getters to wicket-takers and a lot more. 

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Virat Kohli and Adam Zampa leads the batters' and bowlers' charts in the World Cup. AP

The ongoing 2023 Cricket World Cup has witnessed quite a lot of thrilling encounters. Australia’s win over Afghanistan, South Africa’s last-gasp victory over Pakistan are some of them to name a few.

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It’s the batters who have largely dominated in this World Cup, with team totals going past 300, and even 400 on multiple occasions.

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However, the bowlers have had their say as well. India’s pace trio of Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Siraj have formed arguably the most clinical bowling attack of this tournament, with Shami and Bumrah featuring in the top wicket-takers’ list.

As far as batting charts is concerned, it’s Virat Kohli who leads the way with 594 runs, with South Africa’s Quinton de Kock (591 runs) not far behind. Rohit Sharma and Shreyas Iyer also feature in the top 10 run-getters.

As the round-robin stage of the World Cup comes to an end, we take a look at some key stats from the tournament so far, from the run-getters to wicket-takers and a lot more.

World Cup 2023: All key stats at the end of group stage

Top run-getters

1) Virat Kohli (Matches: 9; Runs: 594; Highest score: 103*; Average: 99; Strike-rate: 88.52)

2) Quinton de Kock (Matches: 9; Runs: 591; Highest score: 174; Average: 65.66; Strike-rate: 109.24)

3) Rachin Ravindra (Matches 9; Runs: 565; Highest score: 123*; Average: 70.62; Strike-rate: 108.44)

4) Rohit Sharma (Matches: 9; Runs: 503; Highest score: 131; Average: 55.88; Strike-rate: 121.49)

5) David Warner (Matches: 9; Runs: 499; Highest score: 163; Average: 55.44; Strike-rate: 105.49)

6) Rassie van der Dussen (Matches: 9; Runs: 442; Highest score: 133; Average: 55.25; Strike-rate: 88.57)

7) Mitch Marsh (Matches: 8; Runs: 426; Highest score: 177*; Average: 60.85; Strike-rate: 109.51)

8) Shreyas Iyer (Matches: 9; Runs: 421; Highest score: 128*; Average: 70.16; Strike-rate: 106.58)

9) Daryl Mitchell (Matches: 9; Runs: 418; Highest score: 130; Average: 59.71; Strike-rate: 110.58)

10) Dawid Malan (Matches: 9; Runs 404; Highest score: 140; Average: 44.88; Strike-rate: 101)

Top wicket-takers 

1) Adam Zampa (Matches: 9; Wickets: 22; BBI: 4/8; Average: 18.90; Economy: 5.26)

2) Dilshan Madushanka (Matches: 9; Wickets: 21; BBI: 5/80; Average: 25; Economy: 6.70)

3) Gerald Coetzee (Matches: 7; Wickets: 18; BBI: 4/44; Average: 19.38; Economy: 6.40)

4) Shaheen Afridi (Matches: 9; Wickets: 18; BBI: 5/54; Average: 26.72; Economy: 5.93)

5) Jasprit Bumrah (Matches: 9; Wickets: 17; BBI: 4/39; Average: 15.64; Economy: 3.65)

6) Marco Jansen (Matches: 8; Wickets: 17; BBI: 3/31; Average: 24.41; Economy: 6.41)

7) Mohammed Shami (Matches: 5; Wickets: 16; BBI: 5/18; Average: 9.56; Economy: 4.78)

8) Ravindra Jadeja (Matches: 9; Wickets: 16; BBI: 5/33; Average: 18.25; Economy: 3.97)

9) Mitchell Santner (Matches: 9; Wickets: 16; BBI: 5/59; Average: 24.87; Economy: 4.81)

10) Bas de Leede (Matches: 9; Wickets: 16; BBI: 4/62; Average: 30.43; Economy: 7.26)

Highest individual scores 

Glenn Maxwell (AUS): 201* vs Afghanistan

Mitchell Marsh (AUS): 177 vs Bangladesh

Quinton de Kock: (SA): 174 vs Bangladesh

David Warner (AUS): 163 vs Pakistan

Devon Conway (NZ): 152 vs England

Most hundreds 

Quinton de Kock (SA): 4 centuries

Virat Kohli (IND), David Warner (AUS), Rassie van der Dussen (SA), Mitchell Marsh (AUS and Glenn Maxwell (AUS): 2 centuries each

Most fours 

Rohit Sharma (IND): 58

Quinton de Kock (SA): 57

Virat Kohli (IND): 55

Rachin Ravindra (NZ): 52

Devon Conway (NZ): 51

Most sixes 

Rohit Sharma (IND): 24 (From nine innings)

Glenn Maxwell (AUS): 22 (From seven innings)

Quinton de Kock (SA): 21 (From nine innings)

David Warner (AUS): 20 (From nine innings)

Mitchell Marsh (AUS): 20 (From eight innings)

Best bowling figures

Mohammed Shami (IND): 5/18 vs Sri Lanka

Ravindra Jadeja (IND): 5/33 vs South Africa

Shaheen Afridi (PAK): 5/54 vs Australia

Mohammed Shami (IND): 5/54 vs New Zealand

Mitchell Santner (NZ): 5/59 vs Netherlands

Most maidens 

Kagiso Rabada (SA): 7 maidens

David Willey (ENG), Trent Boult (NZ), Aryan Dutt (NED) and Lungi Ngidi (SA): 6 maidens each

Most dot balls bowled

Jasprit Bumrah (IND): 303

Trent Boult (NZ): 290

Keshav Maharaj (SA): 282

Shaheen Afridi (PAK): 273

Josh Hazlewood (AUS): 273

Highest team totals 

South Africa: 428 vs Sri Lanka

India: 410 vs Netherlands

New Zealand: 401 vs Pakistan

South Africa: 399 vs England

Australia: 399 vs Netherlands

Lowest team totals 

Sri Lanka: 55 vs India

South Africa: 83 vs India

Netherlands: 90 vs Australia

England: 129 vs India

Afghanistan: 139 vs New Zealand

Biggest wins by margin of runs 

Australia: Beat Netherlands by 309 runs

India: Beat Sri Lanka by 302 runs

India: Beat South Africa by 243 runs

South Africa: Beat England by 229 runs

South Africa: Beat New Zealand by 190 runs

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