AUS vs SA: South Africa reached level with Team India, so many records broken in a single innings

AUS vs SAWorld Cup 2023: The big match between two of the biggest ODI teams, i.e. Australia and South Africa, is being played in the ICC World Cup 2023. On the other hand, India lost to South Africa and lost to Australia. Although the Lucknow pitch is known to score less runs and everyone expected that there would not be a big score here, but South Africa ignored all the defiance and scored 311 runs in front of the lethal bowling attack of Australia and that too for seven wickets. . Australia needs 312 runs in 50 overs to win. Meanwhile, South Africa has also equaled the Indian team by scoring more than 300 runs. He has also created and broken many new records.

South Africa scored more than 300 runs in ODIs for the fifth consecutive time

England is the most successful team in the history of ODI cricket with more than 300 runs. In 2019, England had scored more than 300 runs seven consecutive times. Next is Australia, who scored more than 300 runs in ODIs six consecutive times in the year 2007. The Indian team has scored more than 300 runs in ODI matches six times in the year 2020 and again in 2021. Sri Lanka has achieved this feat five times in 2006 and the Indian team has scored more than 300 on the scoreboard five consecutive times in the year 2017. Now the South African team has scored more than 300 runs for the fifth consecutive time. South Africa has defeated India five times in the tournament.

Quinton de Kock scored his second century of the series.

Today’s match was in the name of Quinton de Kock of South Africa. He scored a brilliant century. De Kock scored 109 runs in 106 balls. His innings included eight fours and five sixes. Apart from him, only captain Aiden Markram could cross the 50 run mark. That means, thanks to De Kock, the team has set a target of more than 300 in front of the Kangaroo team. Kumar Sangakkara is the most successful wicketkeeper-batsman in the history of world cricket. Apart from AB de Villiers and Brendon Taylor, De Kock has now become the third batsman to score two centuries in the ODI World Cup. He also became the second South African batsman after AB de Villiers to score consecutive centuries in the World Cup. De Villiers did it in 2011 and now De Kock has done it. Apart from this, De Kock has now scored three centuries in the Australia vs South Africa match. Earlier, Herschelle Gibbs and Faf du Plessis had scored two centuries each.