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What is the highest individual score in ICC Cricket World Cup?

Many outstanding batsmen have stamped their class on World Cups by scoring runs by the bulk...

Last Updated On: Thursday, February 17, 2011

 

Many outstanding batsmen have stamped their class on World Cups by scoring runs by the bulk. The highest scores in Cricket World Cup have almost reached the 200-run mark.

As far as individual innings are concerned, the list of highest scores is headed by South Africa’s Gary Kirsten - he scored 188 not out in a match against the United Arab Emirates at Rawalpindi during the 1996 Cricket World Cup. This knock of his will be remembered in cricketing folklore for a long time to come.

Former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly, with his 183 against Sri Lanka in the 1999 Cricket World Cup, is a close second in this table. His inning was laden with the most spell-binding shots to the boundary.

 

Highest Individual Score, Highest Scores in Cricket World Cup, Gary Kirsten, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, Rawalpindi, 1996 Cricket World Cup, Former Indian skipper, Sourav Ganguly, Sri Lanka, 1999 Cricket World Cup

 
 

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