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In the final of the 2011 Cricket World Cup, India, in their innings, finished on 260-9. They scored 30 fours, with no sixes - a total of 120 boundary runs, or approximately 46.5 percent of their total.

Pakistan, scoring 231 all out, hit an aggregate of 20 fours, and three sixes - a total of 98 boundary runs, or 42.42 recurring (that is, 42.424242...) percent of their total.

Therefore, there were 50 fours hit in the Cricket World Cup final - eleven by Sachin Tendulkar, nine by Virender Sehwag, and seven by Mohammad Hafeez.

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