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All time Top ten highest run scorer batsmen in ICC World Cup tournaments

Indian great Sachin Tendulkar is the player with most runs in world cup tournaments. Ricky Ponting of Australia will follow him, Brian Lara is in third position. No players who is participating in Cricket World Cup 2015 is in top ten.

Player name Country WC matches Runs Avg
 Sachin Tendulkar  India  45  2278  56.95
 Ricky Ponting  Australia  46  1743  45.85
 Brian Lara  West Indies  34  1225  42.20
 Sanath Jayasuriya  Sri Lanka  38  1165  34.26
 Jacques Kallis  South Africa  36  1148  45.92
 Adam Gilchrist  Australia  31  1085  36.16
 Javed Miandad  Pakistan  33  1083  43.23
 Stephen Fleming  New Zealand  33  1075  35.83
 Herschelle Gibbs  South Africa  25  1067  56.10
 Arivinda de Silva  Sri Lanka  35  1064  36.68

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