Who Holds The Second Highest Individual Scores Record in World Cup
In this series we are highlighting some of the greatest achievements of Indian cricket in World Cup, some hold the records still after so many years. In our last post, we spoke about Sachin Tendulkar, who is the leading run scorer in World Cup.
Interestingly in the individual scores record, 3 all time great Indians feature. The second highest individual score in world cup is from Saurav Ganguly, he scored 183 against Srilanka in 1999 World Cup. Another Indian is placed on 4th position, Kapil Dev still maintains this distinctive position after a more than a decade of retirement, he scored 175 against Zimbabwe in 1983. Off course, India won this world cup.
Virendra Sehwag holds the record of fifth highest individual scores ever in World Cup, he scored 175 against Bangladesh in 2011 World Cup.
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