ICC ODI World Cup 2023 Points Table, Most Runs & Most Wickets After AUS vs SA Match (Updated): In the tenth match of the World Cup 2023, Australia defeated South Africa. After four years, these two old rivals face each other in the ODI World Cup 2023 at the Ekana Stadium in Lucknow. This is Australia’s second consecutive World Cup 2023 defeat.
Australia won the toss and chose South Africa to bat first. South Africa batted first and got off to a flying start. Quinton Decock earned his second consecutive century in this game. He had a 108-run partnership for the first wicket with Captain Bavuma. Aside from Decock, Markram also hit a half-century. South Africa scored 311 runs at the end of the first inning with the best top order. Decock Scored 109 runs while Markram scored 56.
Australia arrived and dropped to their knees. They lost both of their openers on 27 runs after a poor start. They were unable to recover after that, losing wickets at regular intervals. Though Marnus Labuschagne was partnered with Mitchell Starc for a time, this collaboration had little effect. They went all out for 177 runs and lost the match by 134 runs.
The main cause for Australia’s defeat today was errors and dropped catches. Australia missed six simple catches and handed away far too many extras. Though there were a few controversial rulings, they couldn’t save Australia, and this is the first time in 27 years that great Australia has lost its first two World Cup matches.
Points Table Of ODI World Cup 2023 (Updated)
Most Runs In ICC ODI World Cup 2023 (Updated)
Quinton DeCock (South Africa) – 207 runs ( 2 Matches)
Mohd. Rizwan (Pakistan) – 199 Runs (2 Matches)
Kusal Mendis (Sri Lanka) – 198 Runs (2 Matches)
D Conway (New Zealand) – 184 Runs (2 Matches)
Ravindra Rachin (New Zealand) – 174 Runs (2 Matches)
Quinton De Cock got his second consecutive century in this World Cup, propelling him to the top of the top scorers list. Aiden Markram also performed well but fell 12 runs shy of making the list.
Most Wickets In ICC ODI World Cup (Updated)
M. Santner (New Zealand) – 7 Wickets (2 Matches)
Matt Henry (New Zealand) – 6 Wickets (2 Matches)
Hasan Ali (Pakistani) – 6 Wickets (2 Matches)
Bumrah Jasprit (India) – 6 Wickets (2 Matches)
Bas de Leede (Netherlands) – 5 Wickets (2 Matches)