Mumbai . New Zealand all-rounder Rachin Ravindra wrote his name on many big records of the Cricket World Cup by playing an inning of 42 runs against Sri Lanka. Rachin is the top scorer of the current Cricket World Cup, and has also become the highest run-scorer in the debut World Cup. Rachin, who has scored three centuries in this World Cup, had recently broken a big record of Sachin Tendulkar. In the upcoming matches, his aim is to break the record of 673 runs scored by Sachin in a World Cup (World Cup 2011).
Rachin Ravindra (2023) is at first place with 565 runs among the batsmen who scored most runs in the first World Cup edition. Jonny Bairstow (2019) is at second position with 532 runs, Babar Azam (2019) is at third position with 474 runs, Ben Stokes (2019) is at fourth position with 465 runs, Rahul Dravid (1999) is at fifth position with 461 runs. Are on.
Most runs in a World Cup edition before the age of 25: 565 runs by Rachin Ravindra (2023), 523 runs by Sachin Tendulkar (1996), 474 runs by Babar Azam (2019), 372 runs by AB de Villiers (2007). Talking about the match, New Zealand performed brilliantly after winning the toss and decided to bowl first and bowled out Sri Lanka for 171 runs in 46.4 overs. Trent Boult took 3 wickets, Lockie Ferguson, Mitchell Santner and Rachin Ravindra took 2 wickets each. Sri Lanka’s Kusal Perera was able to score 51 runs on 28 balls. In reply, the New Zealand team won with the help of Devon Conway’s 45 runs, Rachin Ravindra’s 42 runs, Daryl Mitchell’s 43 runs and Glenn Phillips’ 17 runs.
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