winner of the golden bat in the world cup 

Rohit Sharma  (India) world cup 2019


 For the first time, England's 2019 World Cup title has named his father. He won the trophy by beating New Zealand in the final match played on Sunday 14 July at the Lord's in London. India opener Rohit Sharma, who scored the highest score in the tournament, became the winner of the Golden Bates. Australia's Mitchell Starc took the highest wicket and was named the Golden Ball. So, let's name the names of all the winners who won the Golden Bats in 11 World Cups.

Rohit Sharma  (India) world cup 2019

                  Rohit Sharma  (India) world cup 2019


Glenn Turner (New Zealand), World Cup 1975


The first Cricket World Cup was played in 1975. It was the strongest team at the time, the West Indies made their name. New Zealand's Glenn Turner topped the tournament with 333 runs, putting the title at his doorstep. He struck out 171 in one inning.


winner of the golden bat in a world cup 

Gordon Greenidge (West Indies), World Cup 1979


For the second time in the West Indies, the 1979 World Cup also made its name. The same player's batting player, Gordon Greenidge, made the Golden Bats 253 in the tournament.


David Gower (England), World Cup 1983



In 1983, India finished winning the Windies for the third consecutive World Cup, and for the first time, under the captaincy of the legendary Kapil Dev, the trophy was named after him. England's David Gower scored 384 in the title of the Golden Batt.




Graham Gooch (England), World Cup 1987


In 1987, the World Cup was awarded to the world's new world champion Australia. In the coming years, it has got courage in world cricket. There will be another English gamble gooch character in this World Cup Golden Bat. Has scored 471 runs in eight innings of 8.8 matches at an average of 58.87.




Martin Crowe (New Zealand), World Cup 1992


In 1992, Pakistan became the new world champion. In the final, he defeated host England to name the trophy. In this tournament, New Zealand's Martin Crow scored 456 runs in nine innings. That is how he became the winner of the Golden Bat.




winner of the golden bat in the world cup 

Sachin Tendulkar (India), World Cup 1996


In 1996, Sri Lanka won the World Cup trophy for the first time defeating Australia in the final. This year, the Golden Bat won the title of the great Sachin Tendulkar. In the tournament, he scored 523 runs at an average of 87.16.



Rahul Dravid (India), World Cup 1999


In 1999, again Australia named the World Cup. In the final, he defeated Pakistan in a favor. This year's Golden Ball has also been named by Indian player Rahul Dravid. Dravid scored 461 runs in 8 innings of the entire tournament. This includes two centuries and three half-centuries.



Sachin (India), World Cup 2003


Australia again became champions in the 2003 World Cup. In the final, he defeated India. This year, the winner of the Golden Bats was Sachin Tendulkar's Indian batsman. Who put this title in his pocket for the second time? In the meantime, Sachin scored 673 runs in 11 innings. Which includes 1 century and 5 half-centuries. The 673 runs by Sachin made the highest run in one edition in the history of the World Cup.



Matthew Hayden  (Australia), World Cup 2007

In 2007, Australia has been named the World Cup Trophy for the third time in a row. This year's Golden Bats was named by Australian player Matthew Hayden. Hayden scored 659 runs in this tournament. During this time he scored 3 centuries from the bat.


Tillakaratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka), World Cup 2011


The final match of the sixth World Cup is still alive in the heart of every Indian. With the help of captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni's six-wicket haul, India named the World Trophy for the second time. Sri Lankan Tillakaratne Dilshan made it to the Golden Bats title after scoring a maximum of 500 runs in the tournament.

Tillakaratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka), World Cup 2011

       Tillakaratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka), World Cup 2011


Martin Guptill (New Zealand), World Cup 2015


In 2015, Australia defeated New Zealand in the Melbourne Final for the fifth time in their home Melbourne World Cup. In this tournament, New Zealand's Martin Guptill won 547 runs in a wonderful form to win the title of Golden Bat.


Martin Guptill (New Zealand), World Cup 2015

          Martin Guptill (New Zealand), World Cup 2015

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