Best Bowling returns in a World Cup match: Many players across various countries have the best bowling returns in the World Cups. Out of those Glenn McGrath tops the list with 7 wickets for 15 runs during the match against Namibia during the World Cup 2003 at Potchefstroom.
He dismissed the openers and collapsed the top-order helping the side to have victory by 256 runs difference.
The Australian player Andy Bichel was impressive during the match against England with 7 wickets for 20 runs during the World Cup 2003. His seven-wicket haul helped the side to have victory in a close-call encounter.
The New Zealand player Tim Southee stands third on the list for dismissing seven wickets for 33 runs against England in World Cup 2015. His Seven-wicket haul helped New Zealand to win the match within 13 overs.
West Indies player Winston Davis also had a seven-wicket haul for 51 runs against Australia during the World Cup 1983. His bowling figures stand fourth in the list.
Best Bowling returns in a World Cup match
Mohammed Shami’s seven-wicket haul in the World Cup 2023 against New Zealand helped the side win the semifinals and advance to the finals. With this milestone, he tops the list of most wicket taker in the 2023 edition.
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