Top 5 wicket taking bowlers of U19 Cricket World Cup 2024

By Ravi - February 8, 2024 - Last updated on Feb 08, 2024 05:33 PM
Top 5 wicket taking bowlers of U19 Cricket World Cup 2024

Top 5 wicket taking bowlers of U19 Cricket World Cup 2024

Under-19 World Cup whose final is near on 11th February, in which India has reached the final, so in this we will talk about Under-19 World Cup, which bowler took the most wickets, South Africa's Kwena Mphaka ICC Main In the Under-19 World Cup 2024 tournament. Has established himself as a top wicket taker with an impressive 21 wickets at an exceptional economy rate of 3.81. His exceptional performance has cemented his place at the top of the list of highest wicket-takers in the tournament.

ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2024: Highest wicket takers

1. Kwena Maphaka (South Africa U19)

Kwena Maphaka

South Africa's Kwena Maphaka has emerged as the leading wicket-taker with exceptional performances in five matches. Maphaka bowled 43.3 overs and bowled 261 balls and took an impressive 18 wickets at an extraordinary average of 9.56.

2. Ubaid Shah (Pakistan U19)

Ubaid Shah

In Pakistan's five matches at the U19 Cricket World Cup, Shah bowled 44.0 overs, comprising 264 balls, and took 17 wickets at an impressive average of 10.53. His impressive contributions with the ball have played a vital role in Pakistan reaching the semi-finals of the tournament.

3. Soumya Pandey (India U19)

Soumya Pandey

India's Soumya Pandey has also left an important mark in the U19 Cricket World Cup. Pandey has bowled 48.5 overs, in which he has bowled 293 balls and taken 16 wickets at an extraordinary average of 6.62. His consistent and economical bowling has been crucial for the Indian team in the tournament.

4. Tazeem Ali (England U19)

Tazeem Ali

England's Tazeem Ali has also shown his bowling skills. Ali bowled 37.5 overs and 227 balls in four matches. He has taken 14 wickets at an average of 9.64.

5. Vishwa Lahiru (Sri Lanka U19)

vishwa lahiru

Sri Lanka's Vishwa Lahiru has played five matches in the ongoing U19 Cricket World Cup, bowling 42.5 overs and taking 12 wickets from 257 balls at an average of 11.08.

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