Most Runs in Single Edition

Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar holds record of most runs in single edition of ICC Men's Crickket World Cup. He score 673 runs in 2003 world cup tournament. with an avg of 61.18

Australian opener and destructive batsman Matthew Hayden is at second position in this record. Hayden has scored 659 runs in 2007 world cup tournament with an avg of 73.22.

If we consider playing XI from 2023 world cup, then Rohit Sharma is at the top. Rohit has scored 648 runs with avg of 81.00 in previous world cup edition in 2019.

The record of most wickets in single edition of ICC Men's Cricket World Cup is hold by Australian pacer Mitchel Starc. He took  He took 27 wickets in last world cup with avg of 18.59

Most Wickets in Single Edition

Australian pacer Glenn MacGrath with 26 wickets and Sri Lankan pacer Chaminda Vaas with 23 wickets are on second and third position in this record.

If we consider only playing XI, then after M Starc, New Zealand's pacer Lockie Ferguson is next in the list of most wickets in singe edition of ODI world cup. Lockie took 21 wickets in 2019 tournament.

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