The highest score tie match was played between India and England in 2011.
1999 match between Australia and South Africa on a minimum score
Sports desk The advent of cricket is at the peak when a match is tie. Not only the audience or the fans, but also the thrill of the players increases. In the 44-year history of the World Cup, only 4 matches were played in which both teams scored equal runs. That is, the match was tied. The special thing is that all matches were tied between 1999 and 2011. In other words, four tie matches were played in 12 years.
Australia vs. South Africa (1999)
South Africa won the toss and invited Australia to bat first. Steve Waugh and Michael Vaughan scored the fifties. Australia scored 213 runs in 49.2 overs. In reply, South Africa made 213 runs in 49.4 overs with the help of Jacques Kallis's half-century. Match tie
Sri Lanka vs. South Africa (2003) The match played in Durban is ruled by the Duckworth-Lewis Rule. Sri Lanka won the toss, decided to bat first. Marvan Atapattu scored 124 and Aravinda de Silva scored 73 runs. Sri Lanka set a target of 268 runs for 9 wickets in 50 overs. The Duckworth Lewis Rule was applied to rain. The new target was 229 runs in 45 overs. Herschelle Gibbs fined the fifties. South Africa stayed at 229 runs in 45 overs. That is, the match tie.
Ireland v Zimbabwe (2007)
This 2007 World Cup match was played in Kingston. Zimbabwe won the toss and decided to field. Jp Bray has scored a century Ireland scored 221 runs in 9 overs in 50 overs. In reply Zimbabwe made 221 runs with the half-centuries of Cibanda and Mattiscinidae. Match tie
India vs. England (2011)
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.