WC Records :- Highest Individual Scores

# Player Team Opposition Venue Runs Balls Match Date
1 Martin Guptill New Zealand West Indies Wellington 237* 163 21 Mar 2015
2 Chris Gayle West Indies Zimbabwe Canberra 215 147 24 Feb 2015
3 Gary Kirsten South Africa Sri Lanka Rawalpindi 188* 159 16 Feb 1996
4 Sourav Ganguly India Sri Lanka Taunton 183 158 26 May 1999
5 Viv Richards West Indies Sri Lanka Karachi 181 125 13 Oct 1987
6 David Warner Australia Afghanistan Perth 178 133 04 Mar 2015
7 Kapil Dev India Zimbabwe Tunbridge Wells 175* 138 18 Jun 1983
8 Virender Sehwag India Bangladesh Dhaka 175 140 19 Feb 2011
9 Craig Wishart Zimbabwe Namibia Harare 172* 151 10 Feb 2003
10 Glenn Turner New Zealand East Africa Birmingham 171* 201 7 Jun 1975
11 David Warner Australia Bangladesh Nottingham 166 147 20 Jun 2019
12 AB de Villiers South Africa West Indies Sydney 162* 66 27 Feb 2015
13 Andrew Hudson South Africa Netherlands Rawalpindi 161 132 5 Mar 1996
14 Tillakaratne Dilshan Sri Lanka Bangladesh Melbourne 161* 146 26 Feb 2015
15 Imran Nazir Pakistan Zimbabwe Kingston 160 121 21 Mar 2007
16 Hashim Amla South Africa Ireland Canberra 159 128 03 Mar 2015
17 Matthew Hayden Australia West Indies North Sound 158 143 27 Mar 2007
18 Andrew Strauss England India Bangalore 158 145 27 Feb 2011
19 Kyle Coetzer Scotland Bangladesh Nelson 156 134 05 Mar 2015
20 Aaron Finch Australia Sri Lanka London 153 176 15 Jun 2019
21 Sachin Tendulkar India Namibia Pietermaritzburg 152 151 23 Feb 2003

Matches

Indian Premier League 2020

3rd Match, Dubai (DSC), Sep 21 2020

SH SH
163/5 & 0/ (20. ov)

RCB RCB
153/10 & 0/ (20. ov) (Target

Royal Challengers Bangalore won by 10 runs

Indian Premier League 2020

2nd Match, Dubai (DSC), Sep 20 2020

DC DC
157/8 & 0/ (20.0 ov)

KXIP KXIP
157/8 & 0/ (20. ov) (Target

Match tied (DC won the one-over eliminator)

Indian Premier League 2020

1st Match, Abu Dhabi, Sep 19 2020

MI MI
162/9 & 0/ (20.0 ov)

CSK CSK
166/5 & 0/ (19.2 ov) (Target

Super Kings won by 5 wickets

Australia tour of England 2020

3rd ODI, Manchester, Sep 16 2020

Eng Eng
302/7 & 0/ (50. ov)

Aus Aus
305/7 & 0/ (49.4 ov) (Target

Australia won by 3 wickets