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Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar has been given the status of God of cricket. Talking about the World Cup, Sachin’s records have no answer. In the World Cup, Sachin Tendulkar has been the most successful player of the Indian cricket team so far.

Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar has been given the status of God of cricket. Sachin has scored centuries and hundreds in Test and ODI cricket. Talking about the World Cup, Sachin’s records have no answer. In the World Cup, Sachin Tendulkar has been the most successful player of the Indian cricket team so far. His name is the record of the highest run and century in the World Cup. His name is also the record of making the most runs in a World Cup.

See which records of the World Cup are today Sachin Tendulkar’s name?

1. Record of six World Cup play

Sachin’s name is the record of playing in the most World Cup tournament. Sachin has consistently participated in six World Cup tournaments from 1991 to 2011. And thus match the record of most of the World Cup editions of Pakistan’s Javed Miandad. Miandad has played in the opening six World Cups (1975-1996).

2. Highest run in World Cup

Sachin Tendulkar is the only cricketer to score over two thousand runs in the World Cup. He has scored 2,275 runs at an average of 56.95. Before Tendulkar, the record of the highest run in the World Cup was named after Pakistan’s Javed Miandad. Miandad’s name was a record of 1083 runs in 33 World Cup matches, which Sachin Tendulkar had done in 1999 World Cup immediately after the retirement of Miandad.

3. Century of the World Cup

Sachin Tendulkar has scored the most hundreds in 45 matches played in the World Cup. His name is a record of putting six centuries. Australia’s Ricky Ponting and Sri Lanka’s Kumar Sangakkara have scored five centuries in the World Cup. Former India captain Sourav Ganguly too was not far behind in the World Cup century. Their names also have four centuries in the World Cup.

4. Most Half Centuries

Sachin is not the only record holder in the case of centuries, but his record also has the record of hitting the fastest fifty in the World Cup. Where and when a batsman has not even made 10 half-centuries in the World Cup, Sachin Tendulkar has scored 15 fifties. Right behind Sachin, here are South African all-rounder Jacques Kallis who has scored 9 half centuries.

5. Most runs in a World Cup

None of the cricketers scored by Sachin Tendulkar in the 2003 World Cup did not make a World Cup. In 11 matches, 673 runs at an average of 61.18. Sachin then broke his record.

6. The highest innings in the World Cup

The number of total innings played by Sachin in the six World Cup is 44, which is a record. However, Sachin has not played the most matches in the World Cup. This record is named after former Australia captain Ricky Ponting, who played 46 World Cup innings.

7. World’s Most Man of the Match

Man of the Match, Man of the Match, Sachin Tendulkar is the 62nd highest run scorer in ODIs and is also in the forefront of this World Cup. He received this honor nine times in the World Cup. In this case, Australian legend Glenn McGrath is at number two with six ‘Man of the Match’ award.

8. At the forefront of the chaos

Sachin Tendulkar’s classical cover drive, backfoot cover drive, punching cover drive, squire cut, leg glance, flick, bridge shot and upper cut are all crazy. None of the other batsmen have done as much as they have used all these shots to beat the ODIs. Sachin is at the forefront in the ODIs and in the World Cup this record is his name. While no other batsman has even scored 150 boundaries, Sachin has scored 241 runs in this prestigious event.

9. Third wicket partnership

On 23 May 1999 Sachin Tendulkar, along with Rahul Dravid, had an unobtrusive partnership of 237 against Kenya, which is still in the World Cup as a record partnership for the third wicket.

10. The only cricketer making three times more than 450 runs

Sachin is the only cricketer to score more than 450 runs in three different editions of the world. In the 1996 World Cup, Tendulkar had a record of 523 runs, which he himself scored in the 2003 World Cup by scoring 673 runs. He last played in the World Cup tournament in 2011 and his bat was very good here too. In the 9 matches played in 2011, he contributed 482 runs at an average of 53.56.

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