Virat Kohli and Shami records: India’s strong and undefeated campaign in the World Cup 2023 has finally been stopped by Australia with a crushing defeat by 6 wickets in the finals. With this, Australia won its sixth World Cup title at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.
Travis Head emerged as the biggest match-winner in the final for Australia, scoring a brilliant century in the World Cup 2023 final. With this victory, Pat Cummins joins Allan Border, Steve Waugh, Ricky Ponting and Michael Clarke as Australia’s great World Cup-winning captains. Has been included in the list.
Exceptional performance by Virat Kohli and Mohammed Shami :-
Now talking about the Indian team, in this World Cup, Virat Kohli and Mohammed Shami led India from the front. This World Cup was incredible for both. While Kohli remained the leading run-scorer, Shami became the top wicket-taker. In such a situation, we are going to tell you about the incredible records made by both of them in this World Cup.
Virat Kohli made these records :-
First of all, if we talk about Virat Kohli, Kohli scored 765 runs in 11 matches at an average of 95.62 and strike rate of 90.31 with three centuries and six half-centuries.
Kohli scored centuries against Bangladesh, South Africa and New Zealand. King also broke Sachin Tendulkar’s record of most ODI centuries.
On his 35th birthday, Kohli scored his 49th century against South Africa at Eden Gardens, Kolkata. He also broke Sachin’s 20-year-old record of most runs in a single edition of the World Cup.
Mohammed Shami made these records :-
On the other hand, Mohammed Shami cemented his place as the top wicket-taker after taking the wicket of David Warner in the final.
Shami also set the record for the best bowling figures by an Indian in ODIs. He became the first Indian bowler to take seven wickets in ODIs.
He also made the record of taking maximum number of five wickets 4 times by a bowler in the history of the World Cup.
Shami also set the record for taking the most wickets by any Indian bowler in a single edition of WC. He broke the record of Zaheer Khan, who took 21 wickets in the 2011 World Cup.