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Top 5 run-scorers in the ICC World Test Championship

By Bet Barter

June 27, 2021

Throughout the course of the ICC World Test Championship, we witnessed some spectacular batting performances. Several players performed superbly with the bat in the ICC World Test Championship. However, only a few players managed to consistently score runs for their respective teams in the World Test Championship. Here is a list of the 5 highest run-scorers in the ICC World Test Championship:

5. Ajinkya Rahane (1159 runs)

At no 5 in this list is Indian cricketer Ajinkya Rahane. Rahane was in superb form for India in the ICC World Test Championship. Rahane amassed a total of 1159 runs for India in the ICC World Test Championship.

4. Ben Stokes (1334 runs)

Ben Stokes performed brilliantly with the bat for England in the ICC World Test Championship. Stokes finished as the 4th highest run-scorer in the ICC World Test Championship. In 32 innings in the ICC World Test Championship, Stokes racked up an impressive 1334 runs for England. Stokes also boasted a superb batting average of 46 in the ICC World Test Championship.

3. Steve Smith (1341 runs)

Australian cricketer Steve Smith was the 3rd highest run-scorer in the ICC World Test Championship. In 22 innings in the ICC World Test Championship, Smith racked up an impressive 1341 runs for Australia. Smith maintained a terrific batting average of 63.85 in the ICC World Test Championship.

2. Joe Root (1660 runs)

England cricketer Joe Root was the 2nd highest run-scorer in the ICC World Test Championship. The England Test skipper amassed a total of 1660 runs for England in the ICC World Test Championship. Root maintained a superb batting average of 47.42 in the ICC World Test Championship.

1. Marnus Labuschagne (1675 runs)

Australian cricketer Marnus Labuschagne is the highest run-getter in the ICC World Test Championship. In 23 innings in the ICC World Test Championship, Labuschagne amassed an impressive 1675 runs for Australia. Labuschagne maintained an outstanding batting average of 72.82 in the ICC World Test Championship.

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