New Zealand opener Martin Guptill will intend to add another plume to his top when he comes to bat against Pakistan in their World Cup apparatus to be played on Wednesday.
Guptill needs 58 more runs to turn into the second Kiwi player after the previous captain Stephen Fleming to score 1,000 World Cup runs. Up until now, the right-gave batsman has amassed 942 keeps running in 22 World Cup innings. The 32-year-old will turn into the twentieth batsman, in general, to score 1,000 runs in World Cups.
Fleming scored 1,075 runs in 33 innings he played in World Cups for the Black Caps.
Incredible Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar holds the record for scoring the most extreme number of runs in World Cups. He scored 2,278 runs in 44 World Cup innings.
Guptill likewise holds the record for scoring the most noteworthy score in a World Cup. He had played extraordinary innings of 237 against the West Indies in the 2015 release of the World Cup.
New Zealand, with 11 from six games, will expect to seal their semi-last spot when they take on Pakistan at Edgbaston.
Concerning Guptill, he hasn't set the World Cup land with his performance up to this point however he stays on the cusp of edging his name in history books. Guptill needs only 58 runs to turn into the second player after amazing Stephen Fleming to score 1000 World keeps running for New Zealand.
Most World Cup runs for New Zealand –
1075 runs in 33 innings: Stephen Fleming
942 runs in 22 innings: Martin Guptill
909 runs in 22 innings: Scott Styris
880 runs in 21 innings: Martin Crowe
852 runs in 25 innings: Ross Taylor
Additionally, Guptill needs 58 more runs to finish 1000 ODI runs against Pakistan. He will end up being the third player from his country to achieve this achievement after Stephen Fleming (1090 runs) and Ross Taylor (1068 runs).