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Cricket World Cup: Leading batsmen and bowlers

By AFP

October 29, 2023 10:17 PM


 

Leading batsmen and bowlers at the Cricket World Cup on Sunday:

 

Batsmen

Quinton de Kock (RSA) 431 runs, David Warner (AUS) 413, Rachin Ravindra (NZL) 406, Rohit Sharma (IND) 398, Aiden Markram (RSA) 356

 

Bowlers

Adam Zampa (AUS) 16 wickets, Mitchell Santner (NZL) 14, Jasprit Bumrah (IND) 14, Shaheen Shah Afridi (PAK) 13, Marco Jansen (RSA) 13, Gerald Coetzee (RSA) 12, Dilshan Madushanka (SRI) 11, Matt Henry (NZL) 11, Bas de Leede (NED) 11


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