Best Batting Average Batsman In Cricket World Cup 2019

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Best batting average batsman in cricket world cup have ruled the game with their talent and skill. The 50 over cricket World Cup is considered as the cricket equivalent to FIFA World Cup. Cricketers around the world dream of representing their national team in the elite cricket tournament. The World Cup has been responsible for the inception of many innovations in the cricket.

Legends Like ODI opener Sanath Jayasuriya, along with his partner in the game Romesh Kaluwitharana, changed the dynamics of ODI cricket forever during the 1996 edition of ICC Cricket World Cup.

The pair of players have started a new trend of attacking the bowlers at the starting overs of the innings when there used to be only two fielders outside 30-yards circle. Later on, the opening partners like Sachin-Sehwag and Hayden-Gilchrist pioneered this craft and dominated bowling lineups during a better part of the last decade.

Since tournament’s inception back in 1975, there have been many outstanding performers whose eminent contributions have helped increase the prestige of the tournament. In this slideshow, let us have a look at players who have been highly consistent in the history of World Cup tournaments.

Sachin Tendulkar somewhere misses out from this elite list. He has participated in a cricket World Cup for a whopping six times and still able to maintain an outstanding batting average of 56.95.

List Of Retired Best Batting Average Batsman

Best Batting Average Batsman

List Of Modern Time Best Batting Average Batsman

1 Virat Kohli  India 258 5 5
2 Jos Buttler  England 94 4 3 94.00
3 Ben Stokes  England 184 4 3 92.00
4 Angelo Mathews  Sri Lanka 91 2 2 91.00
5 Joe Root  England 258 4 4 86.00
6 Steve Smith  Australia 86 3 3 86.00
7 Kane Williamson  New Zealand 244 3 3 81.33
8 Rohit Sharma  India 304 5 5 76.00
9 Sarfaraz Ahmed  Pakistan 76 5 2 76.00
10 Tamim Iqbal  Bangladesh 293 4 4 73.25
11 Eoin Morgan  England 208 4 4 69.33
12 Mahmudullah  Bangladesh 137 4 4 68.50
13 Shikhar Dhawan  India 338 5 5 67.60
14 JP Duminy  South Africa 66 3 3 66.00
15 Fakhar Zaman  Pakistan 252 4 4 63.00
16 Upul Tharanga  Sri Lanka 57 1 1 57.00
17 Hardik Pandya  India 105 5 3 52.50
18 Hashim Amla  South Africa 154 3 3 51.33
19 Mohammad Hafeez  Pakistan 148 5 5 49.33
20 Ross Taylor  New Zealand 148 3 3 49.33
21 David Miller  South Africa 94 3 3 47.00
22 Faf du Plessis  South Africa 137 3 3 45.66
23 Azhar Ali  Pakistan 228 5 5 45.60
24 Danushka Gunathilaka  Sri Lanka 89 2 2 44.50
25 Babar Azam  Pakistan 133 5 5 44.33
26 Jonny Bairstow  England 43 1 1 43.00
27 Kusal Mendis  Sri Lanka 127 3 3 42.33
28 Shakib Al Hasan  Bangladesh 168 4 4 42.00
29 Alex Hales  England 164 4 4 41.00
30 Mushfiqur Rahim  Bangladesh 163 4 4 40.75
31 Niroshan Dickwella  Sri Lanka 121 3 3 40.33
32 David Warner  Australia 79 3 3 39.50
33 Mohammad Amir  Pakistan 37 4 2 37.00
34 Quinton de Kock  South Africa 109 3 3 36.33
35 Yuvraj Singh  India 105 5 4 35.00
36 Kedar Jadhav  India 34 5 2 34.00
37 MS Dhoni  India 67 5 2 33.50
38 Asela Gunaratne  Sri Lanka 65 3 3 32.50
39 Aaron Finch  Australia 95 3 3 31.66
40 Mashrafe Mortaza  Bangladesh 30 4 2 30.00
41 Martin Guptill  New Zealand 86 3 3 28.66
42 Luke Ronchi  New Zealand 81 3 3 27.00
43 Mosaddek Hossain  Bangladesh 24 3 3 24.00
44 Neil Broom  New Zealand 61 3 3 20.33
45 Glenn Maxwell  Australia 20 3 1 20.00
46 Shoaib Malik  Pakistan 54 5 4 18.00
47 Moises Henriques  Australia 35 3 2 17.50
48 Chris Morris  South Africa 52 3 3 17.33
49 Jimmy Neesham  New Zealand 47 3 3 15.66
50 Kagiso Rabada  South Africa 31 3 2 15.50
51 Ravindra Jadeja  India 15 5 2 15.00
52 Faheem Ashraf  Pakistan 15 1 1 15.00
53 Sabbir Rahman  Bangladesh 59 4 4 14.75
54 Imad Wasim  Pakistan 29 5 3 14.50
55 Mehedi Hasan  Bangladesh 14 1 1 14.00
56 Mitchell Santner  New Zealand 26 3 3 13.00
57 Suranga Lakmal  Sri Lanka 26 3 2 13.00
58 Seekkuge Prasanna  Sri Lanka 13 1 1 13.00
59 Imrul Kayes  Bangladesh 25 2 2 12.50
60 Liam Plunkett  England 24 4 2 12.00
61 Tim Southee  New Zealand 12 3 3 12.00
62 Ahmed Shehzad  Pakistan 12 1 1 12.00
63 Moeen Ali  England 23 4 2 11.50
64 Lasith Malinga  Sri Lanka 10 3 2 10.00
65 Adil Rashid  England 19 3 2 9.50
66 Adam Milne  New Zealand 28 3 3 9.33
67 Soumya Sarkar  Bangladesh 34 4 4 8.50
68 Wayne Parnell  South Africa 7 2 2 7.00
69 AB de Villiers  South Africa 20 3 3 6.66
70 Corey Anderson  New Zealand 18 3 3 6.00
71 Jason Roy  England 18 3 3 6.00
72 Dinesh Chandimal  Sri Lanka 12 3 2 6.00
73 Pat Cummins  Australia 4 3 1 4.00
74 Andile Phehlukwayo  South Africa 4 1 1 4.00
75 Nuwan Pradeep  Sri Lanka 6 3 2 3.00
76 Jake Ball  England 2 4 2 2.00
77 Matthew Wade  Australia 2 3 1 2.00
78 Mark Wood  England 3 4 2 1.50
79 Jasprit Bumrah  India 1 5 1 1.00
80 Thisara Perera  Sri Lanka 1 2 1 1.00
81 Imran Tahir  South Africa 1 3 1 1.00
82 Ravichandran Ashwin  India 1 3 1 1.00
83 Dhananjaya de Silva  Sri Lanka 1 1 1 1.00

The modern-day cricket is filled with fearless cricketers. Batsmen are always ready to make their chances count and are craving for runs. No total is difficult to chase these days with the kind of batsmen we have in today’s cricket.

The current generation batsmen play all kinds of shot and always find ways to get runs on the board. The history of ODI cricket has been full of batsmen who have been an epitome of consistency. Their batting average gives us an insight into their consistent run making spree.

Check Out the Complete ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule.

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