World Cup 2023 Points Table: Team India Retains Top Spot As South Africa Lose To Netherlands; Check Most Runs Scorer, Highest Wicket Taker
With three victories in as many games and a total of 6 points, India currently maintains its leadership at the top of the Points Table.
Ten of the best cricket teams in the world are competing fiercely for a spot in the top four at the ICC ODI World Cup 2023, which is being hosted in India. Notably, South Africa's hopes of winning the championship three times in a row were dashed by the Netherlands' outstanding performance.
Thanks to this victory, the Dutch team moved up to the eighth rank in the Points Table, while Australia moved up to the eighth spot and Sri Lanka dropped to the bottom. With three victories in as many games and a total of 6 points, India currently maintains its leadership at the top of the Points Table. They had an outstanding net run rate of 1.821.
After two victories in three matches, Pakistan is in fourth place, ahead of South Africa in third and New Zealand in second. The Points Table is a dynamic barometer of each team's progress during the competition, and fans of cricket keep a close eye on the changing standings and the race for a berth in the tournament's knockout stages.
2023 ODI World Cup's most runs:
With a brilliant display against India on Saturday, Mohammad Rizwan of Pakistan eclipsed Devon Conway, the New Zealand opener, who had scored 229 runs. With an astounding average of 124.00 and 248 runs in three games, Rizwan is currently leading the tournament's run-getters chart.
Quinton de Kock of South Africa, who is ranked third with 229 runs in three games, is not far behind in the list of top scorers. With 217 runs from three games, Indian captain Rohit Sharma is not far behind, and Sri Lanka's Kusal Mendis completes the top five with 207 runs.
Top Wicket-Taking Bowlers in the 2023 ODI World Cup:
With eight wickets in three games, India's fast-bowling maestro Jasprit Bumrah tops the list of players who have taken the most wickets in bowling. Mitchell Santner, a spinner from New Zealand, and Matt Henry, a pacer, who has taken eight wickets in three games apiece, are just behind him. This intense rivalry between bowlers and batsmen enhances the interest and thrill of the current ICC World Cup.