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5 Best Batting Performance by Team India up to ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

Neel Visaria

Batting has always been a strength of Indian Cricket Team. India has produced some of the greatest batting talents of all time and is known as a batting nation. For years many batsmen have showcased their skills for Team India. Some of the best batting performance by Indians at the World Cup are:

• Kapil Dev went Berserk against Zimbabwe
In a group stage match against Zimbabwe in 1983, India was reduced to 9 runs for four wickets when Captain Kapil Dev came into bat. He then smashed a powerful 175 of 138 balls by hitting 16 fours and 6 sixes in his whirlwind innings. He led India from the front and took the charge to opposition to help Team India win by 31 runs.

5 Best Batting Performance by Indians at the Cricket World Cup

• Ganguly’s Career defining knock
Ganguly played a gem of an innings in 1999 World Cup. He stormed his way through to 183 against Sri Lanka and found an able ally in the form of Rahul Dravid to help team India post a huge total of 378. He went hammer and tonksagainst the spinner and hit them all around the park.

5 Best Batting Performance by Indians at the Cricket World Cup

Ganguly spent a total time of 210 minutes on the field while batting and ran many singles and doubles during his stay. Batting for so long is not easy as many batsmen get cramps and have to tackle fatigue. In such situation, keeping oneself hydrated is very important.

• MS Dhoni’s Path Defining Captaincy Knock
On 2nd April, 2011 a man emerged at the night of the finals. He was none other than the leader in charge Captain MS Dhoni. He played captain’s knock by scoring 91 runs and led from the front in an all-important final run chase. His final Six has become a highlight of the final and still gives goosebumps to many Indian Cricket fans.

5 Best Batting Performance by Indians at the Cricket World Cup

Dhoni is very fast between the wickets and puts the opposition fielders under the pressure to covert singles into doubles. Running leads to loss of electrolytes from the body which should be replenished quickly to avoid fatigue and cramps.

• Sachin’s Gritty Batting Innings
Sachin laid his World Cup legacy by scoring many runs in the 1996 World Cup. Playing at his home ground in Mumbai, he scored a gritty 90 against the Australians chasing 259. He batted with flare against the likes of McGarth and Warne and displayed his mastery in batting.

5 Best Batting Performance by Indians at the Cricket World Cup

• ViralKohli’s Match Winning Century
King Kohli started his World Cup 2015 campaign with a bang by scoring 107 runs against the arch rivals Pakistan. His footwork was fast and he made batting look very easy against a potent bowling attack. His century helped team India to extend their unbeaten streak against Pakistan.

5 Best Batting Performance by Indians at the Cricket World Cup

The modern day cricket has changed drastically from what it was few years ago. The batsmen now look to score more boundaries and play at an attacking strike rate form the very beginning to help their team post a huge total. Team India has some of the best in the business and all would want to score tons of runs at the ICC World Cup 2019.

Most of these batsmenplay at a very positive strike rate and keep the scoring rate high by hitting boundaries at higher frequency. All of them have great muscle strength which makes it easy for them to clear the boundary. Muscle strength can be enhanced by using Fast&Up BCAA. BCAA servings are known to have a beneficial effect on muscle endurance and performance as they help stimulate protein synthesis in muscles while you train and compete.

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