David Warner tops Virat Kohli

New example of Australia against New Zealand in the World Cup

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ICC CWC 2023: David Warner overtakes Virat Kohli in World Cup Australia’s opener played an innings of 81 runs in Dharamshala today. Thanks to this, Warner has become the highest run scorer in the World Cup.

Warner left Virat Kohli behind today. He is currently fourth in terms of highest runs scored in a World Cup career.

Today Warner scored 81 off 65 balls with the help of five fours and six sixes. Even if he failed to score a hat-trick of centuries in the current World Cup, the example he set is no less. Warner scored 41 against India, 13 against South Africa and 11 against Sri Lanka. He played an innings of 163 runs against Pakistan and 104 runs in the Netherlands match.

David Warner has crossed the milestone of 400 runs as the second batsman in the current World Cup. South African opener Quinton de Kock has 431 runs in 6 matches, scoring three centuries. Warner is next to de Kock, with 413 runs in 6 matches, courtesy of 2 centuries and a fifties.

Sachin Tendulkar has the most runs in the World Cup. Scored 2278 runs in 44 innings in 45 matches, with 6 centuries and 15 half-centuries. Ricky Ponting scored 1743 runs in 42 innings in 46 matches, scoring 5 centuries and 6 fifties. Third on the list is Kumar Sangakkara, with 1532 runs in 35 innings in 37 matches, including five centuries and seven half-centuries.

Warner came fourth after Sangakkara. He is currently playing three World Cups. Warner has a total of 1405 runs, 6 hundreds and 4 fifties in 24 matches. Virat Kohli is playing his fourth World Cup with this. Kohli is fifth in the list of highest run scorers in the World Cup. He scored 1384 runs in 31 innings in 31 matches. In the reign of three centuries and 9 half centuries.

Australia today set the highest score against New Zealand in terms of runs scored by batting first in ODIs. Earlier, Ajira had picked up 348 for 6 in 2007. Australia’s other opener Travis Head scored 109 runs off 67 balls. After losing the last four wickets in 8 balls, Ajira stopped at 388 in 49.2 overs. Trent Boult took three wickets in the 49th over. That is why Australia’s runs did not touch four hundred.

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