World Cup: ‘Friendly battle’ between 2 giants on both fronts, sometimes Virat ahead and sometimes Rohit

World Cup: 'Friendly battle' between 2 giants on both fronts, sometimes Virat ahead and sometimes Rohit

New Delhi. Team India has continued its strong performance under the leadership of Rohit Sharma in the World Cup 2023. The Indian team has won all five matches with ease so far and is on top of the points table. The team defeated the New Zealand team, who are unbeaten in the tournament so far, by 4 wickets in the match on Sunday in Dharamshala. In this victory, while Virat Kohli scored 95 runs in 104 balls, captain Rohit Sharma scored 46 runs in 44 balls. These two veteran players have been Team India’s leading scorers in the tournament so far.A friendly battle has taken place between these two veteran players on both fronts in the World Cup. In this battle, sometimes Virat will lead and sometimes Rohit Sharma will lead.

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Virat Kohli is the current top scorer of the tournament (before the Pakistan-Afghanistan match) having scored 354 runs at an average of 118, while Rohit Sharma is in second place. Indian batsmen currently occupy the top-2 positions in the World Cup 2023.

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Rohit Sharma is right behind Virat in this race, having scored 311 runs at an average of 62.20. Pakistan’s Mohammad Rizwan (294 runs at an average of 98) is in third place on the list. The special thing is that both Rohit and Virat have played five matches while Rizwan has played four matches so far.

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Apart from the current tournament, the race is also going on between Rohit and Virat in terms of World Cup runs. Overall, Virat Kohli is currently in fourth place in terms of scoring most runs in the World Cup. He has scored 1384 runs (average 55.36, three centuries) in 31 matches so far in the World Cup, while Rohit Sharma is fourth on the list with 1289 runs (average 64.45, seven centuries). In this race of pace between the two players, the Indian team continuously achieved success.

The record for scoring the most runs in the World Cup so far is in the name of Sachin Tendulkar, who scored 2278 runs (six centuries) in 45 matches at an average of 56.95. Australia’s Ricky Ponting is second on the list with 1743 runs (46 matches, 45.86 average, five centuries) and Sri Lanka’s Kumar Sangakkara is second on the list with 1532 runs in 37 matches (37 matches, 56.74 average, five centuries century). in third place. The three batsmen who occupied the top-3 bid farewell to cricket.

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