Virat Kohli To Sachin Tendulkar; Highest Scorers For Team India In Cricket World Cup History
Cricket is more than just a game in India; people love it very much. India has had many great players over the years.
For his strong defence, Rahul Dravid was known as "The Wall" and was an important part of India's hitting order. He scored 860 runs at a good average of 61.43 in five World Cups. Dravid's ability to lead the run and work as a team player was a big part of India's win.
Rahit Sharma will be in charge for the Indian team at the next World Cup. From 2015 to 2019, Rohit has only played in two World Cups, but in those 17 games, he has made 978 runs at an amazing average of 65.20.
Rohit is the fastest player in the World Cup to reach six tonnes, and he has scored six centuries, which is a record. He will want to skip the queue and set a record at the future mega event without having to wait.
Also, Sourav Ganguly, better known as "Dada," was one of India's best batsmen and a very showy leader. His best performance was a remarkable 244-run partnership with Sachin Tendulkar in the 2003 World Cup match against Namibia.
He got 1,006 runs in three World Cups. Ganguly scored 4 centuries and had a strong average of 55.88 during his World Cup run. He helped India get to the 2003 World Cup final in South Africa, where they lost to Australia.
Virat Kohli, who used to be leader of the Indian team, is one of the best players of our time. Kohli has scored more runs for India than anyone else in the World Cup.
Kohli has scored 1,030 runs at an amazing average of 46.81 in 26 games, even though he has only played in three World Cups. Between his six fifties and two hundreds during the race, he was always the same.
Sachin scored an amazing 2,278 runs at an amazing average of 56.95 in 45 games and six World Cups from 1992 to 2011. He set the record for most runs scored in the World Cup twice, in 1996 and 2003. This was possible because he was always there.
Before the 2011 World Cup, Sachin was the best batter. He made 482 runs in 9 games and helped his team win. The Little Master also holds the record for the most centuries in World Cup history with six.