World Cup: Not Viru, Rohit or Yuvi, Kapil Dev is India’s most ‘broken’ batsman, know top-6 players

To install World Cup. The date of ICC World Cup 2023 (World Cup-2023) is getting closer. The fever of cricket is increasing on the fans. The World Cup will be organized in India only in October-November this year. The Indian team has been the World Cup champion in 1983 under the captaincy of Kapil Dev and in 2011 under the captaincy of MS Dhoni. Talking about India’s most ‘dangerous’ batter (highest strike rate) in the World Cup, this achievement is in the name of great all-rounder Kapil Dev. Batters like Sehwag, Yuvraj, Rohit, Tendulkar and Dhoni are far behind Kapil in this matter. Kapil has scored 669 runs in 28 World Cup matches at an average of 115.14. In the strike rate, only Brendon McCullum of New Zealand and AB de Villiers of South Africa are above Kapil. McCullum is first in this list with a strike rate of 120.84 and AB is second with a strike rate of 117.29. It should also be noted that McCullum and de Villiers ‘entered’ cricket many years after Kapil’s era, till then cricket had taken a very aggressive form. Only batsmen who have faced at least 500 balls in the World Cup are included in the list.


New Zealand’s Brendon McCullum has scored the highest strike rate in the World Cup. McCullum played in the World Cup from 2003 to 2015, scoring 742 runs in 34 matches at an average of 33.72 and a strike rate of 120.84. This includes one century and 6 half-centuries. (AP)


In terms of strike rate, the second batsman of the World Cup is AB de Villiers of South Africa. 360 degree batsman De Villiers played 23 World Cup matches between 2007 and 2014, scoring 1207 runs at an average of 63.52 and a strike rate of 117.29. He has scored 4 centuries and 6 half-centuries during this period. BCCI)


Kapil Dev is number three in this list. Kapil Dev played in four World Cups from 1979 to 1992, scoring 669 runs in 26 matches at an average of 37.16 and a strike rate of 115.14. During this, he scored one century and only one half-century. Kapil Dev’s top score of 175 not out was against Zimbabwe in the 1983 World Cup..kapil dev-Instagram


Shane Watson of Australia is fourth in terms of strike rate. During the years 2007 to 2015, he scored 643 runs in 22 World Cup matches at an average of 53.58 and a strike rate of 108.06. This includes six half-centuries. ShaneWatson/Instagram


Virender Sehwag of India is at the 5th position in this list of strike rate. Viru scored 843 runs (two centuries, three half-centuries) in 22 World Cup matches at an average of 38.31 and an average of 106.17 during 2003 to 2011. Like Kapil, Sehwag’s top score was 175 against Bangladesh in the 2011 World Cup.(AP)


Australia’s Aaron Finch is sixth in this list, having scored 787 runs (three centuries) in 18 World Cup matches at an average of 43.72 and a strike rate of 98.25. Let us inform, Rohit Sharma has scored 978 runs in 17 World Cup matches (strike rate 95.97), Yuvraj has 738 runs in 23 World Cup matches (strike rate 90.33) and Sachin has scored 2278 runs in 45 World Cup matches (strike rate 88.98). . Dhoni has 780 runs in 29 World Cup matches with a strike rate of 89.96. (Instagram)

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