khaskhabar.com : Sunday, November 19, 2023 1:27 PM
Ahmedabad. According to the ICC, many records and milestones are set to be broken during the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup final at the Narendra Modi Stadium on Sunday.
– If India win and add another trophy to the World Cup titles they won in 1983 and 2011, they will become the first country in men’s Cricket World Cup history to do so since famously defeating Sri Lanka in Mumbai 12 years ago. Having won the tournament twice on home soil.
– After his 50th ODI century against New Zealand in the semi-final, Virat Kohli (711) can increase his final tally by breaking the record for most runs in a men’s Cricket World Cup.
– Rohit Sharma already holds the record for most centuries (seven) in men’s Cricket World Cup history and the India captain will get a chance to move even further into the category if he can reach triple figures against the Australians .
– Rohit has scored 550 runs in this tournament and by scoring another 99 against Australia, he can break his personal record of most runs in a single edition of the Men’s Cricket World Cup and surpass the 648 runs scored in 2019.
– Mohammed Shami has taken a total of 54 wickets in three different Men’s Cricket World Cups and by taking three wickets against Australia, he will leave behind Pakistan great Wasim Akram (55) and Sri Lankan fast bowler Lasith Malinga (56). Will become the fourth highest wicket taker in the history of the tournament.
– Shreyas Iyer can join the league of great Indian players like Sachin Tendulkar, Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli by scoring 24 runs in the final and become the fourth batsman from his country to score more than 550 runs in a single edition of the Men’s Cricket World Cup. Are.
– KL Rahul can become the eighth highest run-scorer for India in the history of Men’s Cricket World Cup by scoring 34 runs against Australia and surpassing the great MS Dhoni (780 runs).
– If Australia wins another World Cup trophy – having previously tasted success in 1987, 1999, 2003, 2007 and 2015 – they will have won six World Cup titles, easily the most of any country.
– Pat Cummins has taken a total of 32 wickets in the Men’s Cricket World Cup and if he takes four more wickets against India, the Australia captain will overtake fellow fast bowler Brett Lee (35) and become the third-highest wicket-taker for Australia in the history of the tournament. Takers will become bowlers.
– Adam Zampa is Australia’s leading wicket-taker in this year’s tournament with 22 wickets and with five wickets against India, the spinner has taken the most wickets by any bowler in a single edition of the men’s Cricket World Cup. Will equal Mitchell Starc (27 in 2019).
David Warner has scored six centuries in the history of the Men’s Cricket World Cup and by reaching three figures in the final, he can equal India captain Rohit Sharma (seven) for the most centuries in the event.
If Warner scores 75 or more runs in the final, he can become the sixth Australian male player to achieve 7000 ODI runs.
If Glenn Maxwell is able to score 101 runs in the final, he will become the seventh Australian player to score more than 1000 runs in the history of Men’s Cricket World Cup.
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