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World Cup 2023: List of bowlers with a 5-wicket haul

By Akanksha - November 4, 2023 - Last updated on Nov 05, 2023 04:23 PM
World Cup 2023: List of bowlers with a 5-wicket haul

Former Australia bowler Glenn McGrath owns the best bowling statistics in World Cup history. On February 27, 2003, in the Potchefstroom ODI World Cup, McGrath got 7 wickets and gave up just 15 runs against Namibia.

List of bowlers with a 5-wicket haul in World Cup 2023

RankPlayerBowling FiguresTeamAgainstLocation
1Mohammad Shami5/18IndiaSri LankaMumbai
2Shaheen Afridi5/54PakistanAustraliaBengaluru
3Mohammad Shami5/54IndiaNew ZealandDharamsala
4Mitchell Santner5/59New ZealandNetherlandsHyderabad
5Dilshan Madushanka5/80Sri LankaIndiaMumbai

The 2023 ODI World Cup bowling statistics are best for Mohammad Shami of India. In Match 33 of the Cricket World Cup 2023, Shami scored 5/18 in his 5 overs against Sri Lanka. In the ODI World Cup, this is also his third five-wicket haul.

In the 2023 ODI World Cup, these are the top 5 bowling figures:

  1. Mohammed Shami

    mohammed shami 5 wickets sri lanka

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    Because of his incredible five-wicket performance, Mohammed Shami was named the Player of the Match. He gives gratitude to God first. He claims they are enjoying bowling as a team and that all of their net practice is paying off explaining that everyone is having a great time bowling and that it gets easier to bowl in a positive setting. Tells him he merely concentrates on hitting the proper lengths and maintaining a steady rhythm since, in a long tournament like this, it is difficult to regain lost ground. Asserts that the outcomes will come about if you take good care of yourself, eat healthfully, and maintain mental clarity. Says in closing that he hopes the support stays this way and that he may keep performing for the audience since it has been amazing both at home and outside of India.

  2. Shaheen Afridi

    Shaheen Afridi 5 wickets Australia

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    In a World Cup match, Shaheen Shah Afridi broke the previous record for Pakistan's pacers by taking more than one five-wicket haul. At Lord's in 2019, Shaheen had gone 6 for 35 against Bangladesh. Afridi broke the opening wicket partnership when he dismissed Glenn Maxwell in the very next delivery after taking Mitchell Marsh for 129. Additionally, Shaheen Afridi shocked the tail of the dangerous Marcus Stoinis by getting him out for 21. After a disappointing World Cup debut, Shaheen went on a hat-trick twice in the innings as he started to find some form.

  3. Mohammad Shami

    Mohammad Shami 5 wickets New Zealand

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    At the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) Stadium in Dharamshala on Sunday, Mohammed Shami picked up five wickets against New Zealand, continuing his amazing record in the ICC Men's ODI World Cup 2023. After being left out of the starting lineup for the first four matches, Shami was brought into the Indian squad to provide another specialist pacer to the lineup in place of all-rounder Hardik Pandya. Shami got started right away, taking off Will Young and then coming back in his second session to remove Rachin Ravindra for 75.

  4. Mitchell Santner

    Mitchell Santner 5 wickets netherlands

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    The Black Caps defeated the Netherlands by 99 runs on Monday to win the event for the second time in a row. Mitchell Santner became the first spinner from New Zealand to capture five wickets at a Cricket World Cup. A slow pitch allowed Santner (5/59) to weave a web around the Netherlands, who were all out for 223 in 46.3 overs after Will Young (70), Rachin Ravindra (51), and Tom Latham (53) hit fifty-two to lead New Zealand to 322 for 7.

  5. Dilshan Madushanka

    Dilshan Madushanka 5 wickets India

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    Dilshan Madushanka, a pacer for Sri Lanka, got a five-wicket haul against India in the World Cup league play on Thursday at the Wankhede Stadium. In his final over of the spell, Madushanka took out set batsman Shreyas Iyer at 82 to claim his fifth wicket. After Lasith Malinga, Chamida Vaas, and Ashantha de Mel, the 23-year-old became the fourth player from Sri Lanka to score a fifer in the ODI World Cup.

Also Read: Here's how Pakistan can qualify for the semi-finals of the CWC 2023

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