Kane Williamson hits a stroke. (Source: Twitter)

Kane Williamson leaves Martin Guptill behind and becomes the highest run-getter in the single World Cup edition for New Zealand. He played an innings of 67 runs from 95 deliveries against India in the 1st semifinal of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.

With scoring his 39th half-century, He entered the top-five all-time run-scorers for New Zealand across all 50-over World Cup. He has 881 runs in 21 innings, surpassing Crowe, who has 880 runs in 21 innings.

The list is headed by former Blackcaps skipper Fleming who has 1,075 runs from 33 innings followed by Ross Taylor (980*), Guptill (976), Scott Styris (909) and Williamson.

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