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Maximum Fours and Sixes in ICC Cricket World Cup

by on January 3, 2011
in Records, World Cup

Sachin Tendulker World Cup 1992

ICC Cricket World Cup: Maximum Fours Scored

The most prolific batsman, Sachin Tendulker holds yet another feather in his cap, which is the record of maximum boundaries hit by any batsman in Cricket Wold Cup. The most stylish right handed batsman, little master has registered 189 boundaries in his record book, which is out of the ordinary. He is such a blessed batman that when the bat comes in his gloves, runs just burst out and the ball always wants to touch the boundary. He has remained a hard nut to crack for world’s finest bowlers. It is a pleasant reality that he holds every other batting record whether it’s a test match, One day Internationals (ODIs) or T20 Cricket.

As the 2011 Cricket World Cup is on the horizon, it would be a treat to watch Sachin Tendulker, the most complete batsman, performing on the pinnacle of his cricket career.

ICC Cricket World Cup: Maximum Sixes Scored

Australian skipper Rickey Ponting, has never compromised on a chance to hit a six. Aged 36, he is the most successful captain of all times in cricket, who has never lost any World Cup game. His performance with the bat in Cricket World Cups has remained phenomenal where he has played some great knocks. He is the most sixes hitter in the ICC Cricket World Cup history to date. He has hit 30 sixes in 36 innings, ensuing in a ratio of 0.83 just below one six per match

Yet another ICC Cricket World Cup is just round the corner and Rickey Ponting is all set to blaze the pitch with an immense glore. His marksmanship would certainly fetch runs in terms of Sixes and boundaries in the forthcoming World Cup which is starting this February. All the Ponting fans out there, just hook to your seats and do watch his marvel with the bat.


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