What the Duck! The most ducks by batsmen in the ICC World Cup

Updated: May 28, 2019, 08:30 IST
  • What the Duck! The most ducks by batsmen in the ICC World Cup
    Nathan Astle (New Zealand)

    Innings: 22

    Ducks: 5
    1/7
  • What the Duck! The most ducks by batsmen in the ICC World Cup
    Ijaz Ahmed (Pakistan)

    Innings: 26

    Ducks: 5
    2/7
  • What the Duck! The most ducks by batsmen in the ICC World Cup
    Kyle McCallan (Ireland)

    Innings:8

    Ducks: 4
    3/7
  • What the Duck! The most ducks by batsmen in the ICC World Cup
    Keith Arthurton (West Indies)

    Innings: 13

    Ducks: 4
    4/7
  • What the Duck! The most ducks by batsmen in the ICC World Cup
    AB de Villiers (South Africa)

    Innings: 15

    Ducks: 4
    5/7
  • What the Duck! The most ducks by batsmen in the ICC World Cup
    Shem Ngoche (Kenya)

    Innings: 3

    Ducks: 3

    The Kenyan is infamous for having faced just three balls in the 2011 World Cup and being dismissed for three ducks.
    6/7
  • What the Duck! The most ducks by batsmen in the ICC World Cup
    Nicholas De Groot (Canada)

    Innings: 6

    Ducks: 3

    Though the Canadian played all of his country's ties in 2003 World Cup, he started the tournament with three ducks in his first three innings.
    7/7
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About The Gallery

All eyes will be on the star batsmen when the World Cup 2019 begins on May 30, 2019. However, there are some who did not make a big impact in most appearances. Here is a unique selection of batsmen who have made the most number of ducks in World Cups. These gentlemen, while being quite good at their game, unfortunately, have the dubious distinction of having a record number of zeros in cricket's biggest tournament

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