Cricket World Cup Awards: Player of the Match, Player of the Tournament, Top Run scorer, Wicket Taker, World Cup Winners Country List

Cricket World Cup Awards List. ICC World Cup, also known as the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, stands as the pinnacle event in the cricketing realm.

Organized by the International Cricket Council (ICC) once every four years, it gathers immense attention and captivates audiences with its grandeur and excitement.

The inaugural edition of the World Cup took place in 1975 in England, where it all began.

The First ODI World Cup was held in England in 1975. 2023 Cricket World Cup was the 13th editions.

Player of the Match| Player of the Series in ODI Cricket World Cup Awards Final

Clive Lloyd was the first captain to lift the title among the World Cup-winning captains. He lifts the title in 1975. 4 years later, Lloyd led West Indies to victory again in 1979.

Only Clive LIoyd and Ricky Ponting have won more than one World Cup title as captain.

Read More Details: Cricket World Cup Awards List

YearPlayerCountryStats/ performance
1975Clive LloydWest Indies102
1979Viv RichardsWest Indies138*
1983Mohinder AmarnathIndia3/12 and 26
1987David BoonAustralia75
1992Wasim AkramPakistan33*(18) and 3/49
1996Aravinda de SilvaSri Lanka107* and 3/42
1999Shane WarneAustralia4/33
2003Ricky PontingAustralia140*
2007Adam GilchristAustralia149
2011Mahendra Singh DhoniIndia91*
2015James FaulknerAustralia3/36
2019Ben StokesEngland84*
2023Travis HeadAustralia0/4 and 137
Source: Wikipedia

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    Player of the Tournament ODI Cricket World Cup Awards Year wise

    YearPlayerCountryStats/ performance
    1992Martin CroweNew Zealand456 runs
    1996Sanath JayasuriyaSri Lanka221 runs and 6 wickets
    1999Lance KlusenerSouth Africa281 runs and 17 wickets
    2003Sachin TendulkarIndia673 runs and 2 wickets
    2007Glenn McGrathAustralia26 wickets
    2011Yuvraj SinghIndia362 Runs and 15 wickets
    2015Mitchell StarcAustralia22 Wickets
    2019Kane WilliamsonNew Zealand578 runs and 2 wickets; captaincy
    2023Virat KohliIndia765 runs and 1 wicket
    Source: Wikipedia

    Top Run Scorer ODI Cricket World Cup Awards  Year Wise

    World CupWinnerCountryRuns
    1975Glenn TurnerNew Zealand333
    1979Gordon GreenidgeWest Indies253
    1983David GowerEngland384
    1987Graham GoochEngland471
    1992Martin CroweNew Zealand456
    1996Sachin TendulkarIndia523
    1999Rahul DravidIndia461
    2003Sachin TendulkarIndia673
    2007Matthew HaydenAustralia659
    2011Tillakaratne DilshanSri Lanka500
    2015Martin GuptillNew Zealand547
    2019Rohit SharmaIndia648
    2023Virat KohliIndia765
    Source: Wikipedia

    ODI Cricket World Cup Awards Top Wicket Taker | Most Wicket Taker

    World CupWinnerWickets
    1975Gary GilmourAustralia11
    Bernard JulienWest Indies11
    1979Mike HendrickEngland10
    1983Roger BinnyIndia18
    1987Craig McDermottAustralia18
    1992Wasim AkramPakistan18
    1996Anil KumbleIndia15
    1999Geoff AllottNew Zealand20
    Shane WarneAustralia20
    2003Chaminda VaasSri Lanka23
    2007Glenn McGrathAustralia26
    2011Zaheer KhanIndia21
    Shahid Afridi       Pakistan21
    2015Mitchell StarcAustralia22
    Trent BoultNew Zealand22
    2019Mitchell StarcAustralia27
    2023Mohammed ShamiIndia24
    Source: Wikipedia

    ICC ODI World Cup Cricket Awards Winners List and runner-up Country List Year Wise

    1975West IndiesAustralia
    1979West IndiesEngland
    1983IndiaWest Indies
    1996Sri LankaAustralia
    2007AustraliaSri Lanka
    2011IndiaSri Lanka
    2015AustraliaNew Zealand
    2019EnglandNew Zealand
    Source: Wikipedia

    Australia Sixth Times ODI Cricket World Cup Awards Winner

    With the triumph ODI Cricket World Cup Awards 2023, Australia has become the first country to secure the World Cup title for the sixth time. Now Australia make new height at the ICC World Cup winners List.

    Their previous victories came in 1987, 1999, 2003, 2007, and 2015, showcasing the nation’s consistent dominance in international cricket. The 2023 victory adds another chapter to Australia’s illustrious cricketing history.

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