Cricket enthusiasts across the globe eagerly anticipate the ICC Cricket World Cup, a tournament that showcases the pinnacle of cricketing talent. Among the various statistical achievements that players strive for, the batting average stands out as a crucial measure of a batsman’s consistency and skill.
Here are 5 batsmans with highest batting average in ICC Cricket World Cup (Min 10 Innings):-
AB De Villiers(63.52)
AB de Villiers, the South African cricket icon, made an unforgettable impact on the ICC Cricket World Cup with his extraordinary batting. Known for his innovative shots and versatility, he thrived under pressure, adapting his game to different situations. His 360-degree shot selection baffled opponents and delighted fans.
With an average of 63.52 in World Cup matches, de Villiers’ consistency and game-changing performances were invaluable. Beyond statistics, his fearless approach and innovative style left an indelible mark, redefining modern limited-overs batting.
Rohit’s performances in both World Cups were marked by his consistency and ability to capitalize on starts, setting him apart as one of India’s finest batsmen. His graceful yet aggressive style, combined with substantial runs, left an indelible mark on the history of the ICC Cricket World Cup.