ICC Cricket World Cup: Top 10 Highest Batting Averages In CWC History
Every cricketer has a dream to play the Cricket World Cup (CWC) and make a crucial impact for his team to win a CWC trophy. But, only a few players can fulfil this dream.
Batting is one of the essential parts of a cricket team. The batting average determines the success rate of a batsman. So, the better average in CWC career means he is one of the high-quality batsmen in international cricket history.
Here we are briefly discussing the top ten batsmen who have the highest batting averages in the Cricket World Cup history (Special Criteria: Batsmen have played at least 10 CWC innings).
10. Kane Williamson (New Zealand) – 58.73
The right-handed top-order batsman Kane Williamson is one of best batsmen in New Zealand cricket history. He is famous for his calm brain. After featuring the 2011 and 2015 Cricket World Cups as an important batsman, he is leading his national side in the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup. After batting in 21 CWC innings, Williamson has scored 881 runs with an average of 58.73. He has hit two centuries and three half-centuries in his CWC career.
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