With this, Quinton de Kock has now become the third player in the history of the ODI World Cup to score four or more than four centuries in a single edition of the World Cup.
Rohit Sharma tops the charts with five centuries in the 2019 ODI World Cup, followed by the Sri Lankan wicketkeeper, Kumar Sangakkara, who became the second player to achieve four centuries in the ODI World Cup back in the 2015 edition.
Now, Quinton de Kock joins this elite group as the third player with four centuries in the ODI World Cup.
Most Hundreds in a Single World Cup Edition
5 – Rohit Sharma (2019 World Cup)
4 – Kumar Sangakkara (2015 World Cup)
4 – Quinton de Kock* (2023 World Cup)
De Kock played an outstanding knock of 114 runs from 116 balls, embedded with 10 sixes and three towering sixes before getting dismissed by New Zealand pacer Trent Boult.
Excerpt: Quinton de Kock become just the third player in history of the ODI, World Cup to score 4 or more centuries in a single World Cup edition.