Dale Steyn selects Babar Azam to be the leading World Cup 2023 run scorer

Dale Steyn selects Babar Azam to be the leading World Cup 2023 run scorer. Cricket experts from all over the world are collaborating in conversations to forecast who would score the most runs during the 2023 ODI World Cup. 

The opening game of the tournament between the reigning champions England and New Zealand is set for October 5th.

On October 6 in Hyderabad, Pakistan will launch its campaign against the Netherlands. Cricket professionals and analysts were asked to predict which batter will score the most runs at this year’s World Cup in a film produced by Star Sports. 

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Numerous well-known cricketers have named “Shubman Gill” as the tournament’s top run-scorer. 

It’s interesting that only one cricketing icon anticipated that the Pakistan captain would score the most runs during the match.

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Contrary to popular opinion, former South African bowler Dale Steyn chose Pakistan captain Babar Azam as the tournament’s leading scorer. Someone like Babar is likely to be the team’s leading run-scorer, he said.

Waqar Younis, a former Pakistani bowler, deviated from the majority once more and decided not to nominate a Pakistan batter for this distinction. Instead, he made the forecast that Shubman Gill would win this year’s mega-event as the leading run-scorer.

It is important to note that the 28-year-old scored 474 runs in eight games during the 2019 World Cup, with an average of 67.71 and a strike rate of 87.77, including three fifty-plus scores and a century, most notably against New Zealand.

Dale Steyn, a former South African bowler, wanted Babar Azam to score the most runs at the ICC World Cup in 2023. The captain of Pakistan now holds the No. 1 batter ranking in the globe and has been racking up tons of runs for his squad. He will be essential to the prospects of his team. 

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