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Player (Country)

Venue

Against

Score

Year

G Kirsten (SA)

Rawalpindi

UAE

188*

1996

Sourav Ganguly(Ind)

Taunton

183

1999

V Richards (WI)

Karachi

Sri Lanka

181

1987

K Dev ( Ind )

Tunbridge Wells

Zimbabwe

175*

1983

K Wishart (Zim)

Harare

Namibia

172*

2003

G Turner (NZ)

Birmingham

171*

1975

A Hudson (SA)

Rawalpindi

161

1996

Sachin Tendulkar(Ind)

Pietermaritzburg

Namibia

152

2003

R Dravid ( Ind )

Taunton

Sri Lanka

145

1999

A de Silva (SL)

Kandy

Kenya

145

1996

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Javed Miandad scored 8,832 runs in 124 test matches at an average of 52.57. His record includes 23 centuries and 43 half-centuries. His highest score was 280 not out against India. He played his first test against New Zealand in October 1976 ended his test career against Zimbabwe in December 1993. He also took 17 test wickets at an average of 40.11.

Sachin Tendulkar (India) scored most runs in the 2003 Cricket World Cup. He scored 673 runs in the 2003 Cricket World Cup.

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