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Adam Gilchrist (Australia) – 408 runs
Australian opener Adam Gilchrist played a huge role for his team during their victory in the 2003 ODI World Cup. The left-handed opening batsman provided some powerful starts during that entire tournament, including in the final of that tournament against India. Gilchrist scored 408 runs in 10 matches of that tournament with an average of 40.80 and strike-rate of 105.42.
The left-handed batsman Gilchrist scored four half-centuries in that tournament. While he scored 61 runs against Zimbabwe in the Group Stage, he scored 99 and 67 runs against Sri Lanka and Kenya respectively during the Super Sixes stage and also scored 57 runs against India during the final of that tournament.