Most Runs in Asia Cup 2023 – Leading Run Scorer

Most Runs in Asia Cup 2023

Most Runs in Asia Cup 2023: The Asia Cup 2023 is scheduled to play from August 30 to September 17 across 4 different venues in Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Though Pakistan was awarded the Asia Cup 2023 hosting rights, BCCI requested neutral venues for the event owing to the political tension between the two governments.

Following the request, PCB introduced a hybrid model for the Asia Cup 2023. Where the scheduled 13 matches will be co-hosted by Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Notably, Asia Cup 2023 will also be the first of its kind to be co-hosted by multiple countries.

As per Asia Cup 2023 schedule, the first match of the tournament will be played between Pakistan and Nepal on August 30 at Multan Cricket Stadium, Multan. Four matches of the Asia Cup 2023 will be played in Pakistan while the remaining nine matches of the tournament will be played in Sri Lanka.

Apart from listing Asia Cup 2023 ticket purchasing links for every match of the tournament we have also listed the Asia Cup 2023 live streaming details for all locations.

Most Runs in Asia Cup 2023

Most Runs in Asia Cup 2023: The Asia Cup 2023 will be played between the five full members of the Asian Cricket Council. The 2023 ACC Men’s Premier Cup winner Nepal will join India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka.

Check out the full list of most runs in Asia Cup 2023 below with various stats:

Player Mat Runs HS Ave SR 100 50 0 4s 6s
Shubman Gill (IND) 6 302 121 75.5 93.49 1 2 35 6
BKG Mendis (SL) 6 270 92 45 85.71 3 27 5
S Samarawickrama (SL) 6 215 93 35.83 89.21 2 1 19 2
Babar Azam (PAK) 5 207 151 51.75 97.64 1 20 4
Mohammad Rizwan (PAK) 5 195 86* 97.5 94.2 2 19 3
RG Sharma (IND) 6 194 74* 48.5 107.77 3 1 21 11
Najmul Hossain Shanto (BAN) 2 193 104 96.5 85.02 1 1 16 2
Iftikhar Ahmed (PAK) 5 179 109* 89.5 122.6 1 16 6
KIC Asalanka (SL) 6 179 62* 44.75 74.27 1 1 13 3
Shakib Al Hasan (BAN) 5 173 80 43.25 97.19 2 18 4
KL Rahul (IND) 4 169 111* 84.5 89.41 1 16 2
Mehidy Hasan Miraz (BAN) 5 158 112* 39.5 84.04 1 1 12 3
Towhid Hridoy (BAN) 5 158 82 31.6 68.69 2 1 12 3
Ishan Kishan (IND) 6 143 82 47.66 81.71 1 13 3
P Nissanka (SL) 6 132 41 22 78.57 17 0
Mushfiqur Rahim (BAN) 4 131 64 32.75 76.16 1 7 1
V Kohli (IND) 5 129 122* 64.5 114.15 1 10 3
Hashmatullah Shahidi (AFG) 2 110 59 55 87.3 2 9 1
HH Pandya (IND) 5 92 87 46 85.18 1 7 1
Imam-ul-Haq (PAK) 4 92 78 30.66 79.31 1 7 4
DN Wellalage (SL) 6 86 42* 28.66 78.18 1 6 2
Mohammad Naim (BAN) 4 85 28 21.25 67.46 13 0
Ibrahim Zadran (AFG) 2 82 75 41 93.18 1 11 1
Rahmat Shah (AFG) 2 78 45 39 80.41 10 1
Sompal Kami (NEP) 2 76 48 38 74.5 5 2
DM de Silva (SL) 6 72 41 12 61.53 7 0
Mohammad Nabi (AFG) 2 68 65 34 178.94 1 6 5
AR Patel (IND) 2 68 42 34 97.14 3 3
Fakhar Zaman (PAK) 5 65 27 16.25 58.03 8 0
Aasif Sheikh (NEP) 2 63 58 31.5 61.76 1 9 0
Nasum Ahmed (BAN) 2 59 44 29.5 98.33 6 2
MD Shanaka (SL) 6 54 24 10.8 65.85 1 4 0
FDM Karunaratne (SL) 4 53 32 13.25 72.6 9 0
Abdullah Shafique (PAK) 1 52 52 52 75.36 1 3 2
Rashid Khan (AFG) 2 51 27* 51 164.51 7 2
K Bhurtel (NEP) 2 46 38 23 158.62 5 2
Najibullah Zadran (AFG) 2 40 23 20 100 3 2
Agha Salman (PAK) 4 40 23 20 59.7 3 0
Gulbadin Naib (AFG) 2 37 22 18.5 127.58 5 1
Gulsan Jha (NEP) 2 36 23 18 62.06 3 1
Mahedi Hasan (BAN) 2 35 29* 35 89.74 3 0
Shamim Hossain (BAN) 4 33 16 8.25 75 0 2
DS Airee (NEP) 2 32 29 16 88.88 3 0
M Theekshana (SL) 5 32 28 10.66 78.04 2 1
Litton Das (BAN) 3 31 16 10.33 79.48 1 5 0
SA Yadav (IND) 1 26 26 26 76.47 3 0
Aarif Sheikh (NEP) 1 26 26 26 68.42 5 0
RA Jadeja (IND) 6 25 14 8.33 47.16 1 0
Karim Janat (AFG) 2 23 22 11.5 164.28 1 2
JJ Bumrah (IND) 4 21 16 10.5 80.76 3 0
MDKJ Perera (SL) 2 17 17 8.5 170 1 4 0
Afif Hossain (BAN) 2 16 12 16 114.28 0 1
SS Iyer (IND) 2 14 14 14 155.55 2 0
Tanzim Hasan Sakib (BAN) 1 14 14* 175 1 1
SN Thakur (IND) 4 14 11 7 87.5 0 0
MADI Hemantha (SL) 1 13 13* 86.66 1 0
Tanzid Hasan (BAN) 2 13 13 6.5 92.85 1 3 0
Shadab Khan (PAK) 5 13 6 4.33 86.66 1 0
Mohammad Nawaz (PAK) 3 12 12 12 100 2 0
Hasan Mahmud (BAN) 3 11 10* 122.22 2 0
Shoriful Islam (BAN) 4 10 7 5 66.66 0 0
Karan KC (NEP) 2 9 7* 112.5 1 0
S Lamichhane (NEP) 2 9 9 4.5 47.36 1 0 0
Shaheen Shah Afridi (PAK) 5 8 7* 114.28 0 1
Kushal Malla (NEP) 2 8 6 4 88.88 0 1
B Sharki (NEP) 1 7 7 7 41.17 0 0
Mohammed Shami (IND) 2 6 6 6 100 1 0
Mohammed Siraj (IND) 5 6 5* 30 0 0
NT Tilak Varma (IND) 1 5 5 5 55.55 1 0
Rahmanullah Gurbaz (AFG) 2 5 4 2.5 33.33 1 0
RK Paudel (NEP) 2 5 5 2.5 55.55 1 0 0
Anamul Haque (BAN) 1 4 4 4 36.36 1 0
Faheem Ashraf (PAK) 2 4 4 4 33.33 0 0
Kuldeep Yadav (IND) 5 4 4 2 28.57 1 0 0
Mujeeb Ur Rahman (AFG) 2 4 4 2 36.36 1 0 0
Mohammad Haris (PAK) 1 3 3 3 33.33 0 0
CAK Rajitha (SL) 4 2 1* 2 66.66 0 0
Pramod Madushan (SL) 2 2 1 1 22.22 0 0
Fazalhaq Farooqi (AFG) 2 1 1* 1 25 1 0 0
Taskin Ahmed (BAN) 4 1 1 0.33 16.66 2 0 0
Mustafizur Rahman (BAN) 2 0 0 0 1 0 0
M Prasidh Krishna (IND) 1 0* 0 0 0
LN Rajbanshi (NEP) 2 0 0 0 2 0 0
M Pathirana (SL) 6 0* 0 0 2 0 0

CHECKAsia Cup 2023 Squad For All Teams – UPDATED

Most Runs in Asia Cup History – ODI 

Most Runs in Asia Cup History: As the Asia Cup 2023 follows 50 overs format we have listed the top 10 players with the most runs in Asia Cup ODI history below:

25 1220 130 53.04 102.52 6 3 1 139 23
24 1075 121 48.86 84.51 4 8 2 107 7
23 971 114 51.1 85.47 2 7 108 8
17 786 143 65.5 90.65 3 3 76 8
22 745 111* 46.56 84.94 1 6 1 60 17
19 741 131* 57 82.79 1 6 49+ 7+
21 699 144 36.78 84.52 2 2 54 10
28 674 78 29.3 87.64 7 3 70 6
19 648 109* 64.8 87.68 1 3 1 47 12
24 645 96* 32.25 83.44 4 44+ 4+

Asia Cup Winners List

The first edition of the Asia Cup was played in 1984 in Sharjah(UAE) where India crowned the title. India is considered the most successful team in the Aisa Cup history where they won the title for 7 times.

Check out the Asia Cup Winners List below with the format details:

Season Format Champion
1984 ODI  India
1986 ODI  Sri Lanka
1988 ODI  India
1990 ODI  India
1995 ODI  India
1997 ODI  Sri Lanka
2000 ODI  Pakistan
2004 ODI  Sri Lanka
2008 ODI  Sri Lanka
2010 ODI  India
2012 ODI  Pakistan
2014 ODI  Sri Lanka
2016 T20I  India
2018 ODI  India
2022 T20I  Sri Lanka