World cup 2023: For the first time in the history of the World Cup, a Pakistani bowler has made a shameful record.

Most runs conceded in a single World Cup: Pakistan’s journey in the ODI World Cup 2023 has come to an end. He is out of the race for the semi-finals. This time Pakistan has performed well. Neither the batsman nor the bowler could perform. During this time, a Pakistani bowler also made a shameful record in his name. Something happened to this bowler in the World Cup which had never happened to anyone before in the history of the tournament.

Pakistani bowlers’ record broken

This was the worst tournament for Haris Rauf, who is considered to be Pakistan’s fastest bowler at present. He holds the record for scoring the most runs in a single edition of the World Cup. Earlier this record was in the name of England leg spinner Adil Rashid. Haris Rauf scored 533 runs in 9 matches in this year’s World Cup. Earlier in 2019, Adil Rashid had given 526 runs. Sri Lankan fast bowler Dilshan Madushanka also came very close to this shameful record. He has scored 525 runs this year.

Bowler who gave most runs in a World Cup

533 runs – Haris Rauf (2023 World Cup)

526 runs – Adil Rashid (2019 World Cup)
525 runs – Madushanka (2023 World Cup)
502 runs – Starc (2019 World Cup)
484 runs – Mustafizur (2019 World Cup)
481 runs – Shaheen Afridi (2023 World Cup)

Pakistan team out of the tournament

Pakistan had to defeat England by a big margin to reach the semi-finals. But he failed to do so. England, batting first, scored 337 runs losing nine wickets in 50 overs. Pakistan was challenged to achieve this target in 6.4 overs to reach the semi-finals. But they scored only 30 runs losing two wickets in 6.4 overs. In such a situation, now the first semi-final match of the World Cup 2023 will be played between India and New Zealand. The second semi-final will be played between Australia and South Africa.

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