T20 World Cup: Sometimes Hayden, sometimes Tamim, different run machine seen in every World Cup, this Indian legend is no less. T20 World Cup records: From Hayden To Kohli and Tamim, list of Highest Scorerer in each edition

So far 6 editions of the T20 World Cup have been played and each time a new batsman has been the highest scorer of the tournament, but the special thing is that even once the team of the batsman who scored the most runs could not become the champion.

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ICC T20 World Cup 2021 has started.  This tournament has started in Oman and UAE from Sunday 17 October and with this there will be a lot of rain for the next one month.  Many sixes and fours will be seen.  Known for fast batting, in this format, it is often seen which player scored the most runs.  That's why we will tell you which batsman has scored the most runs in that tournament in every T20 World Cup played so far.  The special thing is that the team of the batsman who scored the most runs in any season did not become the champion.

ICC T20 World Cup 2021 has started. This tournament has started in Oman and UAE from Sunday 17 October and with this there will be a lot of rain for the next one month. Many sixes and fours will be seen. Known for fast batting, in this format, it is often seen which player scored the most runs. That’s why we will tell you which batsman has scored the most runs in that tournament in every T20 World Cup played so far. The special thing is that the team of the batsman who scored the most runs in any season did not become the champion.

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First of all 2007 World Cup.  In the first T20 World Cup played in South Africa, Australia's team could not reach the final, but the team's star opener Matthew Hayden remained intact.  The Australian legend scored the highest 265 runs in 6 innings.  During this he scored 4 half-centuries.  Hayden averaged 88.33, while the strike rate was also 144.80.  His highest score was 73 runs (not out).

First of all 2007 World Cup. In the first T20 World Cup played in South Africa, Australia’s team could not reach the final, but the team’s star opener Matthew Hayden remained intact. The Australian legend scored the highest 265 runs in 6 innings. During this he scored 4 half-centuries. Hayden averaged 88.33, while the strike rate was also 144.80. His highest score was 73 runs (not out).

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In the 2009 World Cup, the Sri Lankan team made it to the final, where it lost to Pakistan.  Team opener Tillakaratne Dilshan scored the highest 317 runs in 7 innings of the tournament, with an average of 52.83, while the strike rate was 144.74.  He scored a total of 3 half-centuries with the best innings of 96 runs (not out).

In the 2009 World Cup, the Sri Lankan team made it to the final, where it lost to Pakistan. Team opener Tillakaratne Dilshan scored the highest 317 runs in 7 innings of the tournament, with an average of 52.83, while the strike rate was 144.74. He scored a total of 3 half-centuries with the best innings of 96 runs (not out).

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In the third World Cup played in 2010, once again the Sri Lankan player scored the most runs.  This time Mahela Jayawardene was at the forefront of this race.  He scored the highest 302 runs in 6 innings at an average of 60 and a tremendous strike rate of 159.78.  He scored one century (100) and two half-centuries.

In the third World Cup played in 2010, once again the Sri Lankan player scored the most runs. This time Mahela Jayawardene was at the forefront of this race. He scored the highest 302 runs in 6 innings at an average of 60 and a tremendous strike rate of 159.78. He scored one century (100) and two half-centuries.

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The fourth T20 World Cup was played in 2012, in which Australian all-rounder Shane Watson's bat roared fiercely.  He played 6 innings and scored 249 runs with a good average of 49.80 and an excellent strike rate of 150.  His best score was 72 runs and 3 times he scored half-centuries.

The fourth T20 World Cup was played in 2012, in which Australian all-rounder Shane Watson’s bat roared fiercely. He played 6 innings and scored 249 runs with a good average of 49.80 and an excellent strike rate of 150. His best score was 72 runs and 3 times he scored half-centuries.

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The World Cup played in Bangladesh in 2014 was named after young Indian batsman Virat Kohli.  He batted tremendously and scored 319 runs in 6 innings at an unbelievable average of 106 and a decent strike rate of 129.  This is the record for most runs in a single World Cup.  He scored 4 half-centuries and led the team to the final, where Sri Lanka defeated India.

The World Cup played in Bangladesh in 2014 was named after young Indian batsman Virat Kohli. He batted tremendously and scored 319 runs in 6 innings at an unbelievable average of 106 and a decent strike rate of 129. This is the record for most runs in a single World Cup. He scored 4 half-centuries and led the team to the final, where Sri Lanka defeated India.

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The sixth World Cup was organized in India in 2016 and this time Bangladeshi stalwart Tamim Iqbal scored the most runs.  Tamim played 6 innings and scored 295 runs with a tremendous average of 73.75 and a strong strike rate of 142.  Tamim also scored a century in the tournament.  Apart from this innings of 103 runs (not out), Tamim also scored 1 half-century.

The sixth World Cup was organized in India in 2016 and this time Bangladeshi stalwart Tamim Iqbal scored the most runs. Tamim played 6 innings and scored 295 runs with a tremendous average of 73.75 and a strong strike rate of 142. Tamim also scored a century in the tournament. Apart from this innings of 103 runs (not out), Tamim also scored 1 half-century.