Ben Stokes rewrote the record books by hitting the most sixes in Test cricket history. Surpassing Brendon McCullum‘s record of 107, Stokes now leads the tally with an impressive 124 sixes. 

During the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2023, Australia’s Glenn Maxwell left the cricketing world in awe with a breathtaking display of batting prowess. He smashed the record for the fastest World Cup hundred, reaching three figures in just 40 deliveries during a clash against Netherlands.

South Africa left a lasting impression in the ODI World Cup 2023 by achieving a staggering total of 428/5 against Sri Lanka. This monumental score now stands as the highest World Cup total in the history of international cricket.

In a T20I match against West Indies on March 26, 2023, South Africa scripted history by successfully chasing down 259 runs. Quinton de Kock’s blazing ton played a pivotal role in this remarkable feat.

Rohit Sharma, the Hitman of Indian cricket, became the player with the most sixes across formats, surpassing the legendary Chris Gayle’s tally of 556 international maximums in the year 2023.

Virat Kohli achieved a historic milestone by notching up his 50th ODI century during a World Cup 2023 match against New Zealand, thereby surpassing Sachin Tendulkar‘s previous record of 49 centuries in the 50-over format. 

India showcased their supremacy by securing the largest margin of victory in Men’s ODIs. They demolished Sri Lanka with a staggering 317-run win, eclipsing the previous record held by New Zealand.

Malaysia’s Syazrul Idrus etched his name in history during the T20 World Cup Asia B Qualifier, becoming the first male cricketer to pick seven wickets in a T20 International, finishing with exceptional figures of 7/8.

Dipendra Singh Airee created history by scoring the fastest half-century in T20I cricket, achieving the feat in just nine balls during the Asian Games 2023. 

Indian cricket icon Virat Kohli showcased his unparalleled brilliance with the bat, finishing as the highest run-scorer in the ODI World Cup 2023. Kohli’s remarkable 765 runs at an average of 95.62 surpassed Sachin Tendulkar’s 2003 record of 673 runs.

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