ICC World Cup 2023 Points Table [Rank 1 to 10], India retains their Top Position After IND vs SA Match | ICC Men’s ODI World Cup 2023 Standings: India won their 8th consecutive match of ICC Men’s ODI World Cup 2023 after defeating South Africa by a massive 243 runs. Now, India has 16 points in the World Cup 2023 Points Table and is in the top position with an impressive net run rate of +2.456.
South Africa played poor cricket against India with both bat and ball, hence losing their second game of this tournament. South Africa stands in second position with 12 points and a good net run rate of +1.376 in the ICC Men’s ODI World Cup 2023 Points Table.
With this, Australia and New Zealand have occupied 3rd and 4th spot in the World Cup 2023 Points with ten and eight points, respectively. Pakistan is in 5th spot with eight points, whereas the defending champion, England, is at the bottom of the ODI World Cup 2023 Points Table.
India vs South Africa match summary:
India batted first, and they played phenomenally and scored 326 runs on the scoreboard; Virat Kohli knocked his 49th century in the ODI cricket and scored 101 runs in 121 balls, whereas Shreyas Iyer played a Fantastic inning of 77 runs in 87 balls.
From the South Africa bowling department, Ngidi, Rabada, Keshav, Jansen and Shamsi took one wicket each. They couldn’t stop Indian batters in this match and hence failed to take their wickets.
While Chasing the Target, South Africa got all out at just 83 runs in 27.1 overs. Marco Jansen was the leading run scorer, and he scored 14 runs, whereas other batters lost their wickets easily.
Indian bowlers showed another dominating performance in this tournament, and this victory is special to them as they defeated one of the best teams of the World Cup 2023 before the Semi-Final. Ravindra Jadeja took five wickets in his nine-over spell.
CC World Cup 2023 Most Runs:
|1||Quinton de Kock||550||68.75|
ICC World Cup 2023 Most Wickets:
|5||Shaheen Shah Afridi||16||5.22|
ICC World Cup 2023 Points Table:
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