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Which batsman has hit most sixes and fours in cricket world cup?

Ricky Ponting of Australia has hit most number of sixes in world cups while Sachin Tendulkar of India holds the record of most fours in cricket's biggest tournament...

Last Updated On: Thursday, February 17, 2011

 

Ricky Ponting of Australia has hit most number of sixes in world cups while Sachin Tendulkar of India holds the record of most fours in cricket's biggest tournament. These two legends will be playing in world cup 2011 which means they both can add onto their tally, here's the list upto the begining of 2011 edition.

Most 6s in world cup:
30 sixes = Ricky Ponting (Australia) = 4 centuries, 6 fifties.
28 sixes = Herschelle Gibbs (SA) = 2 centuries, 8 fifties.
27 sixes = Sanath Jayasuriya (SL) = 3 centuries, 6 fifties.
25 sixes = Sourav Ganguly (India) = 4 centuries, 3 fifties.
23 sixes = Mathew Hayden (Australia) = 3 centuries, 2 fifties.
22 sixes = Vivian Richards (WI) = 3 centuries, 5 fifties.
19 sixes = Adam Gilchrist (Aus) = 1 century, 8 fifties.
19 sixes = Sachin Tendulkar (India) = 4 centuries, 13 fifties.

Most 4s in world cup:
189 fours = Sachin Tendulkar (India) = 4 centuries, 13 fifties.
141 fours = Adam Gilchrist (Australia) = 1 century, 8 fifties.
134 fours = Stephen Fleming (NZ) = 2 centuries, 5 fifties.
130 fours = Ricky Ponting (Australia) = 4 centuries, 6 fifties.
124 fours = Brian Lara (West Indies) = 2 centuries, 7 fifties.
120 fours = Sanath Jayasuriya (SL) = 3 centuries, 6 fifties.
107 fours = Arvinda de Silva (SL) = 2 centuries, 6 fifties.
106 fours = Herschelle Gibbs (SA) = 2 centuries, 8 fifties.
106 fours = Mathew Hayden (Australia) = 2 centuries, 2 fifties.

 

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