Indian pacer Mohammed Shami finished the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 in India as the main wicket-taker of the competition. Shami, who had passed up the principal half of the competition, made a section in India’s fifth association stage match against New Zealand and had an effect that a ton of bowlers have not made in their whole World Cup professions. In seven matches, Shami took 24 wickets at a normal of 10.70 and a strike pace of 12.20, with the best figures of 7/57. Shami had three five-wicket pulls and a four-wicket pull in the competition and furthermore acquired the best bowling figures by an Indian in WC history.
In 18 WC matches, Shami has taken 55 wickets at a normal of 13.52 and a strike pace of 15.81, with the best figures of 7/57. The pacer has taken four five-wicket pulls in his WC profession, most by any bowler. He is the fifth-most noteworthy wicket-taker in competition history. Australia’s Glenn McGrath has the most noteworthy wickets in WC history, with 71 scalps in 39 matches.
Here are a few different bowlers who dazzled in the competition:
-Adam Zampa (Australia): 23 wickets in 11 matches at a normal of 22.39, with best figures of 4/8.
-Dilshan Madhushanka (Sri Lanka): 21 wickets in nine matches at a normal of 25.00, with the best bowling figures of 5/80.
-Jasprit Bumrah (India): 20 wickets in 11 matches at a normal of 18.65, with best bowling figures of 4/39.
-Gerald Coetzee (South Africa): 20 wickets in eight matches at a normal of 19.80, with the best figures of 4/44.
-Shaheen Shah Afridi (Pakistan): 18 wickets in nine matches at a normal of 26.72, with the best figures of 5/54.
-Marco Jansen (South Africa): 17 wickets in nine matches at a normal of 26.47, with the best figures of 3/31.
-Ravindra Jadeja (India): 16 wickets in 11 matches at a normal of 24.87, with the best figures of 5/33.
-Josh Hazlewood (India): 16 wickets at a normal of 11 matches at a normal of 28.06, with the best figures of 3/38.
-Mitchell Santner (New Zealand): In 10 matches, Santner took 16 wickets at a normal of 28.06, with best figures of 5/59.
Coming to the match, Australia selected to bowl first and packaged out India for 240 of every 50 overs. On an extreme batting surface, captain Rohit Sharma (47 of every 31 balls, with four limits and three sixes), Virat Kohli (54 out of 63 balls, with four limits) and KL Rahul (66 out of 107 balls, with one four) posted significant thumps.
Mitchell Starc (3/55) was the pick of the bowlers for Australia. Captain Pat Cummins (2/34) and Josh Hazlewood (2/60) likewise bowled well. Adam Zampa and Glenn Maxwell got a wicket each.
In the pursuit of 241, India got going all around well and had the Aussies down at 47/3. Thumps from Travis Head (137 out of 120 balls, with 15 fours and four sixes) and Marnus Labuschagne (58 of every 110 balls, with four limits) left the Indian group without answers and directed them to a seven-wicket win.
Mohammed Shami took one wicket, while Jasprit Bumrah took two wickets.
Travis was given the ‘Player of the Counterpart’ for his hundred years.