A total of 688 runs were scored in 96.2 overs in a World Cup match in 2015
The total was 18 wickets in this match and Australia won the match
Sports desk The first ODI match of the T20 cricket was a shorter format of cricket and it still is. In the World Cup, all matches are usually 50 overs. The first 300 runs of the 2007 World Cup were also difficult. But, in this same World Cup, when India touched the 400 mark against Bermuda, the race started. Now the figure of 400 or more in ODI cricket is not unusual. Here we are giving you information about the three World Cup matches in which both teams scored the most runs.
World Cup's Highest Scoring Match
Australia v Sri Lanka (2015) This match was played in Sydney during the 2015 World Cup. Australia won the toss and decided to bat first. The start was not something special, but Glenn Maxwell scored 102 runs off 53 balls to reach the score of 376. Smith, Clarke and Watson also made the fifties. Sri Lanka also gave strong answers. Kumar Sangakkara scored a century while Dilshan and Dinesh Chandimal scored half centuries However, Sri Lanka's innings shattered in the last over and all out on 313. Australia won the match by 62 runs. In this match, total 688 runs in 96.2 overs. Chandimal could not move the innings due to injury.
India vs England (2011) This match is considered one of the best matches of ODI cricket. This tie was a fight. This 2011 World Cup match was played in Bengaluru. Mahendra Singh Dhoni won the toss and decided to bat first. Sachin Tendulkar scored 120 runs off 115 balls with 10 fours and 5 sixes. Serious and Yuvraj's fifties were. Team India scored 338 runs in 49.5 overs. In reply, England scored 338 runs in 50 overs. Andrew Strauss scored 158 and Ian Bell scored 69 runs.
Australia vs. South Africa (2007) The match between Australia and South Africa was played on March 24, 2007 in Bessacier. South Africa won the toss and invited Australia to bat. The decision proved wrong. The Kangaroo team decided to set a huge target of 377 in 6/50 in 50 overs. Hayden scored the century while Clarke and Ponting scored half centuries In reply, South Africa remained far behind (294 all out). De Villiers and Smith scored the fifties.