Virat Kohli slammed his 50th ODI century against New Zealand. He thus surpassed Sachin Tendulkar's all-time ODI century tally (49).
Virat Kohli has scored 711 runs in World Cup 2023. He thus surpassed Sachin Tendulkar's 673 runs in World Cup 2003, to become the batter with the most runs in a single edition of the World Cup.
Mohammed Shami's 7/57 is the best-ever ODI figures by an Indian surpassing Stuart Binny's 6/4 Bangladesh in 2014
Shami has now 23 wickets in World Cup 2023. He surpasses the tally of Zaheer Khan (21) in World Cup 2011 to become the India with the most wickets in a single edition of World Cup.
Mohammed Shami now has 4 five-wicket hauls in World Cup history, which is the most by any bowler. He surpasses Mitchell Starc.
Shami scalped 50 World Cup wickets in just 17 innings, thus becoming the fastest to reach the mark surpassing Mitchell Starc.
Rohit Sharma, with four sixes en-route to his 47-run knock, now has 51 sixes in World Cup history, thus surpassing the l-time of Chris Gayle.
Rohit, with 28 sixes in the 2023 World Cup, has hit the most number of maximums in a single World Cup edition.
Shreyas Iyer slammed 8 sixes to his century in the World Cup semi-final. This is the most an Indian has hit a single World Cup innings.
India slammed 397/4 against New Zealand in the World Cup 2023 semi-final, which is the highest team total in ODI World Cup knockouts history.