Quinton de Kock is the first South African batsman to score 500 runs in World Cup history

Surpassing Jacques Kallis' record of 485 runs in the 2007 World Cup

He achieved this milestone with an outstanding innings of 114 runs against New Zealand, hitting 10 fours and 3 sixes.

In this World Cup, De Kock has amassed 545 runs in just 7 innings at an impressive average of 77.86

He is the first player to score four centuries in World Cup history, a remarkable achievement.

De Kock holds the record for hitting the most sixes (18) in a single World Cup edition as a wicketkeeper

He is also the wicketkeeper with the most runs in any World Cup edition

Despite his exceptional form, De Kock has announced his retirement from ODI cricket after the World Cup.

De Kock's decision to retire has sparked a debate in the cricketing community, with many wondering if he should reconsider, given his outstanding World Cup performance.

De Kock's legacy in World Cup cricket is significant, and his retirement decision remains a topic of discussion and speculation.