Top 10 batsmen with most runs in a single World Cup
Updated - Feb 12, 2015 8:58 am
Top 10 batsmen with most runs in a single World Cup: Every cricketer dreams to score big runs in World cup. Some are unsuccessful in their efforts due to bad form or good bowling. But those who succeed in doing so get their names etched in World cup and cricket history.
Here are 10 such players with most runs in a single World cup:
10. Jacques Kallis (South Africa) 485 runs – 2007 World Cup
The South African great Jacques Kallis stamped his authority on the 2007 World cup with 485 runs at the average of 80.33. Kallis along with AB de Villiers and Graeme Smith lead South Africa into the knockout phase of the tournament, where they were knocked out by Australia in the semi-finals in a very one sided affair.