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Virat Kohli To Sachin Tendulkar; Highest Scorers For Team India In Cricket World Cup History - In Pics

In India, cricket is more than just a game; it is deeply loved. India has had several standout performers over the years, including the historic World Cup victories in 1983 and 2011, as well as participation in all 12 World Cups.

In India, cricket is more than just a game; it is deeply loved. India has had several standout performers over the years, including the historic World Cup victories in 1983 and 2011, as well as participation in all 12 World Cups.

Rahul Dravid

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Rahul Dravid

Rahul Dravid was an essential part of India's batting lineup and was dubbed "The Wall" for his strong defence. In five World Cups, he amassed 860 runs at a respectable average of 61.43. India's victory was greatly influenced by Dravid's capacity to lead the inning and act as a team player.

Rohit Sharma

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Rohit Sharma

The Indian team will be led by Rohit Sharma at the next World Cup. Rohit has only appeared in 2 World Cups (from 2015 to 2019), yet in those 17 innings, he has scored 978 runs at an astounding average of 65.20. Rohit is the World Cup's quickest player to six tonnes and has a record-equaling six centuries to his credit. He will be hoping to skip the wait and enter the upcoming mega event's record books on his own.

Sourav Ganguly

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Sourav Ganguly

In addition to being a flamboyant captain, Sourav Ganguly, better known as "Dada," was one of India's best batsmen. In three World Cups, he scored 1,006 runs, including a remarkable 244-run partnership with Sachin Tendulkar in the 2003 World Cup match against Namibia. Throughout his World Cup career, Ganguly struck 4 century and boasted a strong average of 55.88. India was guided by his guidance to the South Africa 2003 World Cup final, where they lost against Australia.

Virat Kohli

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Virat Kohli

One of the greats of the current era is Virat Kohli, the former captain of the Indian team. On India's list of World Cup run scorers, Kohli is ranked second. Despite playing in only three World Cups, Kohli has 1,030 runs at an incredible average of 46.81 in 26 games. His consistency is seen from his six fifties and two centuries during the competition.

 

Sachin Tendulkar

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Sachin Tendulkar

Over the course of 45 games and six World Cups (1992–2011), Sachin amassed an astounding 2,278 runs at an amazing average of 56.95. He twice held the record for most runs scored at the World Cup (1996 & 2003), thanks to his consistency. With 482 runs scored in 9 games during the 2011 World Cup victory, Sachin topped the batting charts. With six to his credit, The Little Master also owns the record for the most centuries in World Cup history.