World Cup 2015: Top 10 highest run scoring batsmenWorld Cup 2015: Top 10 highest run scoring batsmen
Aravinda de Silva has been amongst Sri Lanka's best batsmen. He has scored 1064 runs in 25 matches with 2 hundreds and 6 fifties.
Known as a live wire on the field, Herschelle Gibbs has scored 1067 in 25 matches with 2 hundreds and 8 fifties.
Described as one of the best captain in world cricket Stephen Fleming has scored 1075 runs in 33 matches with 2 hundreds and 5 fifties.
Javed Miandad is amongst the greatest batsman Pakistan has produced. He has scored 1083 runs in 33 matchesincluding a hundred and 8 fifties.
Adam Gilchrist, one of the most dangerous wicketkeeper batsman from Australia has scored 1085 runs in 31 matches. He has 1 hundred and 8 fifties registered on his name.
Jacques Kallis, the South African all rounder, has scored 1148 runs in 36 matches with a hundred and 9 fifties.
Sanath Jayasuriya was considered to be the spine of the Sri Lankan cricket team. He has scored 1165 runs in 38 matches with 3 hundreds and 6 fifties.
Brian Charles Lara,the great West Indies batsman, has featured in 1992, 1996, 1999, 2003, 2007 editions. he has scored 1225 runs which includes 2 hundreds and 7 fifties .
Ricky Ponting featured in 1996, 1999, 2003, 2007 and 2011 edition of the tournament for Australia. One of the greatest players of the game Ricky Ponting has scored 1743 runs in 46 matches of World Cup. He has 5 hundreds and 6 fifties to his name.
Sachin Tendulkar's name has almost all the records attached to him, the World Cup is no exception. With 2278 runs Sachin Tendulkar tops the list of highest scorers of the mega event including 6 hundreds and 15 fifties.
It was the second time when 'The Wall' Rahul Dravid was involved in a record breaking partnership. The 3rd wicket partnership between Dravid and Tendulkar of 237 run against Kenya stands tall from years.