The Highest Run Scorers of Cricket World Cup 2019
Cricket World Cup 2019 will see the best 10 best teams battling it out for glory over 48 games. The top bowlers and batsmen in world will put in their best to attempt to make sure their team moves beyond the difficult group stage and go into the finals.
As we are already in the semis, world’s best one-day batsmen are fighting it out to be named top run scorer at this current summer’s World Cup, a competition that looks favored with the absolute most dominant hitters the game has ever created.
The ‘Fab Four’ of England’s Joe Root, New Zealand’s Kane Williamson, the India’s Virat Kohli, and the Australia’s Steve Smith are broadly viewed as the best batsmen over all formats of cricket, yet will confront firm challenge from the game’s best limited overs hitters.
The England’s opening pair of Jonny Bairstow and Jason Roy are among the top picks to complete top of the run charts, while the center request brightness of Jos Buttler could likewise place him in dispute, on the off chance that he gets enough time at the pitch. Just as Smith, Australia have the returning David Warner, who was the top run scorer at the IPL this year, while Kohli is joined by Rohit Sharma in a ground-breaking Indian top order. Moreover, Quinton De Kock looks in phenomenal structure for South Africa, as do any semblance of Babar Azam and Martin Guptill.
So far, Rohit Sharma is as yet the leading run-scorer in this year’s World Cup with 648 runs in 9 matches with a record 5 hundreds and one fifty. He at present holds a one-run lead over David Warner, who got out for 9 in the progressing second semi-last against England at Edgbaston on Thursday. Rohit was as his life in this competition as he turned into the first ever batsman to hit 5 hundreds of single version of the World Cup.
He required only 27 runs to cross Tendulkar’s count of 673 runs before the match against New Zealand yet the Hitman’s uncommon disappointment implied the record will represent a short time longer.
On the off chance that Rohit remains at top of the list after end of this World Cup then his count of 648 will be the third most astounding by a batsman after Tendulkar (673) and previous Australian giant player Matthew Hayden (659).