Those who spread the light in the first phase of the World Cup.

Those who spread the light in the first phase of the World Cup.

Those who spread the light in the first phase of the World Cup.

1. Quinton de Kock (wicketkeeper, South Africa)

He scored four centuries in 9 matches played in the first phase. Played an innings of 174 runs against Bangladesh. The remaining three centuries came against Sri Lanka, Australia and New Zealand. De Kock is the second highest run scorer in the tournament so far with 591 runs. This is the highest run scored by a South African player in a World Cup. He is 82 runs away from Sachin Tendulkar's record of highest runs in a World Cup. Tendulkar scored 673 runs in the 2003 World Cup.

2. David Warner (Australia)

Australia's opener scored two consecutive centuries against Pakistan and Netherlands. Had he not been dismissed for 81 runs against New Zealand, he could have scored three centuries in a row. Australia have been the best team in this World Cup so far in terms of scoring runs in the power play. This has been possible mainly because of Warner's consistency. So far he has not got out in single figures, scoring 499 runs in all.

3. Rachin Ravindra (New Zealand)

23-year-old Rachin Ravindra scored a century in New Zealand's first match against England. After that he scored centuries against Australia and Pakistan as well. He played an excellent innings of 75 runs against India. He has 565 runs in all. Effective left-arm spin took 5 wickets.

4. Virat Kohli (India), captain

Two centuries, five fifties. Virat Kohli is in great form in this World Cup. With his latest century against South Africa, he equaled Sachin Tendulkar's record of highest century in ODIs (49). Kohli is the highest run scorer in this World Cup so far with 594 runs at an average of 99. Although he did not lead the team in the World Cup, he is the leader of the best performing team.

5. Aiden Markram (South Africa)

Aiden Markram opened the tournament with a century at Marcutt against Sri Lanka. His century with 49 balls broke the record for the fastest century in the World Cup. Later, however, Glenn Maxwell broke it. Markram has been very effective in the death overs, scoring 244.44 runs per 100 balls in the last 10 overs. He hit a boundary every 2.4 balls.

6. Glenn Maxwell (Australia)

He could not play two matches in the first phase. Still, his runs in 7 matches are 397. Scored one of two centuries against the Netherlands. The 40-ball century broke Aiden Markram's record for the fastest century in the World Cup. He then played an unbeaten innings of 201 against Afghanistan with leg cramps, one of the best in World Cup history. Maxwell also put the opposition in danger several times with offspin bowling. He has taken 5 wickets so far.

7. Marco Jansen (South Africa)

Many teams are feeling the lack of pace bowling all-rounders in this World Cup. But Marco Jansen is not letting South Africa feel that lack. Scored 157 runs in 7 innings with the bat. And he took 17 wickets in 8 innings with the ball.

8. Ravindra Jadeja (India)

Ravindra Jadeja is leaving the opposition batsmen in a difficult situation with left-arm spin. He took 16 wickets at an average of 18.25. Jadeja can shine with the bat when needed. He got a chance to bat in 4 innings in this World Cup. He scored 111 runs at 55.50.

9. Mohammad Shami (India)

Mohammad Shami did not get a place in India's XI in the first four matches. Hardik Pandya has shown what he can do when he gets a chance in the team due to injury. This Indian pacer has taken 16 wickets in 5 matches at an average of 9.56 so far. He is also very stingy in giving runs (economy 4.78).

10. Adam Zampa (Australia)

He has to fight with physical problems in the World Cup. Even with the back problem, the Australian leg spinner is the only one to pull the Australian bowling. Adam Zampa is the tournament's highest wicket taker so far with 22 wickets at an average of 18.91.

11. Yashpreet Bumrah (India)

He has 17 wickets in 9 matches. Jashpreet Bumra is bowling brilliantly in the death overs as he is bringing the breakthrough to the team with the new ball. One of the best pace bowlers of all time is also scoring runs. His economy is only 3.65 in this World Cup. Even less in the power play - 2.95!

12. Dilshan Madushanka (Sri Lanka)

The team did not make it to the semi-finals. But Madushanka was excellent with the ball. He took 21 wickets in 9 matches at an average of 25. He is therefore kept as the twelfth player in the team.

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