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Most Unplayable Deliveries Of Cricket World Cup 2023

By Rohit - February 20, 2024 - Last updated on Feb 20, 2024 05:04 PM
Most Unplayable Deliveries Of Cricket World Cup 2023

The Cricket World Cup 2023 has showcased some of the finest fast bowling on the planet. Alongside thrilling run chases and acrobatic catches, we've witnessed deliveries that made even the best batsmen look completely hapless. Let's take a look at some of the most unplayable balls that have defined the tournament thus far.

Here is the full video of the best deliveries of CWC 2023

Jasprit Bumrah, India's spearhead, is the undisputed king of yorkers. His pinpoint accuracy and searing pace make his laser-guided deliveries nearly impossible to dig out. While Bumrah relies on yorkers, Mohammad Shami's weapon is his devastating seam movement. Shami has mastered the art of getting the ball to move both in and away from the batsman, with just a hint of swing.

The trio of Mitchell Starc, Shaheen Afridi, and Haris Rauf have terrorized batsmen with sheer pace and aggression. Starc's ability to swing the ball into left-handers has made him a nightmare for opening batsmen.

In a tournament dominated by fast bowlers, Kuldeep Yadav has been a refreshing change. The Indian wrist-spinner's variations have bamboozled batsmen around the world. His wrong'un (googly) has proven especially lethal, spinning sharply away from right-handers and trapping them LBW or bowled through the gate.

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