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Tillakaratne Dilshan (500 runs)

The Sri Lankan opener smashed 61 fours and 4 sixes on his way to become the leading run scorer in the tournament. (Getty Images)





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Sachin Tendulkar (482 runs)

He has seen the big stage 6 times and he only keeps getting better, Sachin Tendulkar missed the chance to finish as the leading run scorer in the tournament by just 18 runs. (Getty Images)





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Kumar Sangakkara (465 runs)

With an average of 93 runs, the Sri Lankan skipper certainly led from the front. (Getty Images)





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Jonathan Trott (422 runs)

The English campaign was cut short by Sri Lanka in the quarter final, but Jonathan Trott had already amassed enough runs to finish on the number four spot. (Getty Images)



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Upul Tharanga (395 runs)

The Sri Lankan was largely overshadowed by his opening partner but two centuries took him to the fifth spot in the list of the leading scorers. (Getty Images)




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Gautam Gambhir (393 runs)

Gautam Gambhir got much hype because of his stupendous price tag in the Indian Premier League auction, but he lived up to his price tag as he struck form at just the right moment. (Getty Images)




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Virender Sehwag (380 runs)

A strike rate of 122 is enough to explain what the bowlers must have witnessed while bowling to the Delhi batsman, Virender Sehwag finished on the eighth spot. (Getty Images)



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Yuvraj Singh (362 runs)

The man from Punjab had faced much criticism whie coming into the World Cup, but he proved all his critics wrong with performances that earned him the Man of the Tournament award. (Getty Images)





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AB De Villiers (353 runs)

Injuries marred his progress at the World Cup but made the 5 matches he played count as he finished on the ninth spot. (Getty Images)





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Andrew Strauss (334 runs)

The English captain suffered major injury setbacks to his team throughout the tournament but that only added to the effort that he put in to carry his team past the group stages. (Getty Images)




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