In a crucial position of number three, the veteran scored 51 runs off 56 balls with five boundaries and a six.
Once again, Virat Kohli displayed exceptional form with a half-century in India’s final league stage match against Netherlands in Bengaluru. This brought his total runs in the World Cup to 594, equaling Sachin Tendulkar’s record of seven 50-plus scores in a single World Cup edition. Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hasan had already achieved this in the 2019 World Cup, scoring seven 50-plus runs and accumulating 606 runs overall.
In the match against Netherlands, Rohit Sharma scored 61 runs, surpassing Sourav Ganguly’s 20-year-old World Cup record. Kohli leads the run chart in the ongoing World Cup with 594 runs, followed by South African opener Quinton de Kock with 591 runs, Rachin Ravindra with 565 runs, and Rohit with 503 runs.