Cricket World Cup, the pinnacle of the One Day International (ODI) format, has witnessed some exceptional batting performances over the years. Throughout the tournament’s illustrious history, several cricketers have etched their names in the record books by amassing an impressive number of runs.

In this blog, we will take a closer look at the players who have dominated the World Cup stage with their run-scoring prowess.

Chris Gayle (West Indies)

The “Universal Boss” Chris Gayle is synonymous with big-hitting and entertainment. In 34 World Cup matches, he piled up 1,186 runs at an impressive strike rate, showcasing his ability to take the game away from the opposition. His six-hitting prowess and aggressive batting style make him a standout player in World Cup history.

AB de Villiers (South Africa)

AB de Villiers, known for his innovative stroke play and 360-degree batting, is a modern-day batting maestro. In 23 World Cup matches, he accumulated 1,207 runs at an astounding average of 63.52. De Villiers’ ability to accelerate at will and his proficiency in adapting to any situation make him one of the most feared batsmen in limited-overs cricket.

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