ICC ODI World Cup 2023: Points Table (India On Top), Most Runs & Wickets After IND vs SL Match. As we approach the final stages of the tournament, the excitement and thrill continue to build. A nostalgic moment reminiscent of 2011 awaits as India prepares to face Sri Lanka at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium. India stands as the only undefeated team in this ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023. Sri Lanka’s captain, Kusal Mendis, won the toss and elected to field.
In Today’s match, Virat Kohli scored 88 off 94 balls, Shubman Gill with 92 off 92 balls, and Shreyas Iyer played an aggressive innings of 82 off 56 balls. Sri Lanka’s standout bowler was left-arm pacer Dilshan Madhushanka, who finished with impressive figures of five for 80 in his 10-over spell. India compiled a total of 357/8 against Sri Lanka.
In the second innings, the Indian fast bowlers displayed their exceptional skills right from the start, making it difficult for Sri Lankan batters to hang on. Mohammad Shami claimed 5 wickets, Siraj took 3, and Bumrah secured one wicket. Eventually, Sri Lanka was bowled out, and India secured a convincing victory by a margin of 302 runs. Team India became the first team to qualify for the CWC 2023 Semifinals.
In the ICC ODI World Cup 2023 standings, India dominates the first position with an impeccable unbeaten record and a remarkable net run rate of +2.102. In contrast, Sri Lanka’s performance has been underwhelming, placing them in the 7th position on the points table. After participating in 7 matches, Sri Lanka has managed to secure only two victories but has also suffered 5 losses, holding a net run rate of -1.162.
ICC ODI World Cup 2023 Points Table After IND vs SL
Most Runs In ICC ODI WC 2023 After IND vs SL
- Quinton De Kock (South Africa): 545 runs (7 matches)
- Virat Kohli (India): 442 runs (7 matches)
- Rachin Ravindra (New Zealand):415 runs (7 matches)
- David Warner (Australia):413 runs (6 matches)
- Rohit Sharma (India): 402 runs (7 matches)
Most Wickets In ODI World Cup 2023
- Dilshan Madushanka (Sri Lanka): 18 wickets (7 matches)
- Shaheen Afridi (Pakistan: 16 wickets (7 matches)
- Adam Zapma (Australia): 16 wickets (6 matches)
- Marco Jansen (South Africa): 16 wickets (7 matches)
- Jasprit Bumrah (India): 15 wickets (7 matches)