We have seen many Indian cricketers leave their indelible mark at the ‘Mecca of Cricket’ Lords. Today we present a list of those Indian players who scored the most runs at Lords.

10. Sachin Tendulkar: Perhaps the most complete batsman and the most worshipped cricketer in the world, Tendulkar holds just about every batting record worth owning in the game, including those for most runs and hundreds in Tests and ODIs, and most international runs. He played total 463 ODI matches and 200 test matches. He played 5matches and 9 innings at Lords. He scored 1495 runs with average of 21.66.

9. Sourav Ganguly: The ‘Indian GOD of OFF side’, ‘the Bengal Tiger’, ‘the definition of Aggression’ Sourav Ganguly is at 9th position in this list. He played total 3 matches and 5 innings in Lords. He scored 210 runs with average of 42.00 at lords. He hit a ton in this ground. He played total 113 test matches and 311 ODI matches in his career.

8. Mohammad Azharuddin: Mohammad Azharuddin is standing at 8th position in this list. He played total 3 matches and 5 matches in Lords. He scored 221 runs with average of 44.20 at lords. Those who saw this supreme batting artist at his peak will never forget him – sinewy wrists transforming a slender piece of willow into a magician’s wand. He total played 99 test matches and 334 ODI matches.

7. VVS Laxman: Wristy, willowy and sinuous, he can match – sometimes even better – Tendulkar for strokeplay. His on-side game is comparable to his idol Azharuddin’s, yet he is decidedly more assured on the off side and has the rare gift of being able to hit the same ball to either side.He played 3 matches with 237 runs and 47.40 average at Lords. 

6. Kapil Dev:  Kapil Dev was the greatest pace bowler India has produced, and their greatest fast-bowling all-rounder. He played total 4 matches and 7 innings in Lords. He scored He scored 242 with 48.40 in Lords.

He played total 131 test matches and 225 ODI matches.

5. Gundappa Biswanath: Indian right handed batsman Gundappa Biswanath is at number 5th position in this list. He played 4 matches and 8 innings in Lords. He scored 272 runs with average of 34.00 runs. He hit a ton in this ground. 

4. Vinoo Mankad:  Mulvantrai Himmatlal Mankad known Vinoo Mankad played total 2 matches and 4 innings in Lords. He scored 333 runs with 83.25 average runs. He hits a ton and two half centuries in this ground. He is at 4th position. 

3. Sunil Gavaskar: ‘The little master’ Sunil Gavaskar was the first to get 10,000 Test runs and 30 centuries. India’s lynchpin of the 70s and 80s, and arguably their first great batsman, he was known for his immaculate defence but was equally at ease hooking and pulling the most fearsome bowlers of all time. He played total 5 matches and 10 innings in Lords. He got 340runs with average of 34.00. he is ranked 3rd in this list. 

2. Rahul Dravid: Rahul Dravid, ‘The Indian Wall’ was probably one of the last classical Test match batsmen. His progress into the national side may have been steady and methodical rather than meteoric. He played total 4 matches and 7 innings in Lords. He scored 354 runs with average of 59.00. He is standing at number 2 in this list. 

1. Dilip Vengsarkar: Dilip Vengsarkar is standing at top of this list by scoring highest runs among Indians in Lords. He played total 4 matches and 8 innings in Lords. He scored 508 runs with average of 72.57.

 

Name

Runs

Dilip Vengsarkar

508

Rahul Dravid

354

Sunil Gavaskar

340

Vinoo Mankad

333

Gundappa Biswanath

272

Kapil Dev

242

VVS Laxman

237

Mohammad Azharuddin

221

Sourav Ganguly

210

Sachin Tendulkar

195