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World Cup Records Recap 400 plus innings scores India vs bermuda aus vs afg world cup score | Over 400 runs scored in the World Cup 4 times; Team India second in terms of highest scores

South Africa crossed the double mark of 400 runs in 50 overs
Record of the highest score in the World Cup

Sports desk Only 4 times in the 11 World Cup played so far it happened when 400 or more were scored. There is also a special thing in it that this score was made in the 2015 World Cup three times. Twice, South Africa scored 400 or more runs. Once Australia scored 417 runs and it is the record of the highest run made in a World Cup match. The special thing is that Team India is number two, who scored 413 runs against Bermuda in this World Cup in 2007. Virender Sehwag had scored a hundred in this match.

417 runs in 50 overs

Australia scored 417 runs against Afghanistan in Perth on 6 wickets in 50 overs. In the 2007 World Cup, Team India scored 413 runs at 5 wickets against Bermuda in Port of Spain. In 2015, South Africa had scored 411 runs in 4 wickets at the Kenbara against Ireland. South Africa had scored 408 runs in 5 matches against the strongest West Indies in the World Cup in Sydney.

Score less than 400 before 2007

Until 12 years ago, no team had touched the 400 mark. In the 1996 World Cup, Sri Lanka had scored 398 runs against Kenya in Kandy. In 2015, New Zealand scored 393 runs against the West Indies at 6 for 6. In 2007, Australia had scored 377 runs for 6 wickets against a strong team like South Africa. In 2015, Australia scored 376 runs for 9 wickets against Sri Lanka. In the 1999 World Cup, India had scored 373 runs against Sri Lanka for 6 wickets. In the 2011 World Cup, Team India scored a huge 370-plus score against Bangladesh in the 4th over.

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