IPL 2024: World Cup 2023 star bowler with the most wickets be able to carry over his charm into the Indian Premier League?: World Cup 2023 the top cricket player nations in the global tournament compete to win the title in the ICC Men’s ODI Cricket World Cup 2023.

The Cricket World Cup 2023 began on 5 October in India and eventually ended on 19 November at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad where Australia defeated India in the final.

Cricket fans are also showing a lot of interest in whether the bowler who takes the most wickets in the Cricket World Cup 2023 will be the IPL tournament which is held in India, and if players at the global level would participate in it, would they be able to showcase their bowling dominance in the IPL as well? Will be able to maintain it.

India’s right-arm fast bowler Mohammed Shami was the leading wicket-taker in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 with 24 wickets in seven matches.

Shami did not play the first four matches for India but was included in the team after Hardik Pandya got injured. Shami ended the tournament by taking five wickets three times and four wickets once. His career-best score of 7/57 against New Zealand in the semi-finals was also the best bowling figure of the tournament.

Spinner Adam Zampa was the leading wicket-taker for champions Australia with 23 wickets in 11 matches. Overall, five bowlers took 20 or more wickets in India.

In the 13 editions of the Cricket World Cup so far, a total of 16 bowlers have achieved the feat of taking the most wickets in a tournament. Let us tell you that more than one bowler has achieved this feat in three editions of the ODI World Cup.

In the ODI World Cup 1999, New Zealand’s Geoff Allott and Australia’s legendary spinner Shane Warne took 20-20 wickets each. Apart from this, in the 2011 World Cup, India’s fast bowler Zaheer Khan and Pakistan’s veteran cricketer Shahid Afridi had taken 21-21 wickets. Australia’s Mitchell Starc and New Zealand’s Trent Boult took 22 wickets each in the 2015 World Cup.

Australia’s Gary Gilmour was the highest wicket-taker in the first ODI World Cup held in 1975. Starc is the only bowler who has held the record of taking most wickets in the Cricket World Cup twice. Mitchell Starc took 27 wickets in 10 matches in the World Cup 2019.

Starc’s 27 wickets is the record for most wickets taken by a bowler in a World Cup. Interestingly, it has happened 7 times in 12 ODI World Cups that the country whose bowler has taken the most wickets has won the World Cup title.

India’s Roger Binny in 1983, Australia’s Craig McDermott in 1987, Pakistan’s Wasim Akram in 1992, Australia’s Shane Warne in 1999, Australia’s Glenn McGrath in 2007, Zaheer Khan in 2011 and Australia’s Mitchell Starc in 2015 have scored the most wickets in the World Cup. Had taken more wickets and his team was also champion.

World Cup Star Bowler Top Wicket Takers

RankPlayer NameCountryWicketsMatchesRuns
1Mohammed ShamiIndia247257
2Adam ZampaAustralia2311515
3Dilshan MadushankaSri Lanka219525
4Jasprit BumrahIndia2011373
5Gerald CoetzeeSouth Africa208396
6marco jansenSouth Africa179450
7Ravindra JadejaIndia1611398
8Josh HazlewoodAustralia1611449
9michel santnerNew Zealand1610449

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