Most Fifer wickets in Cricket World Cup history

By Ravi
November 23, 2023

Mohammed Shami (India)

Mohammed Shami has proved to be very dangerous for the batsmen in the World Cup. Mohammed Shami took 54 wickets in just 17 innings and achieved the feat of taking five wickets 4 times.

Mitchell Starc (Australia)

Australia's Mitchell Starc is also included among the bowlers who have taken the most five wickets in the World Cup. This left arm fast bowler has taken five wickets thrice in three World Cups.

Gary Gilmour (Australia)

Gary Gilmour is an Australian fast bowler who terrorized the batsmen in the 70s. Gary Gilmour only participated in the 1975 World Cup and played only two games but took five wickets twice, once in each game.

Vasbert Drakes (West Indies)

Vasbert Drax was a Barbadian cricketer who played for the West Indies. Appeared only in the 2003 World Cup. However, Wasbert Drakes failed to make a mark in the tournament, taking five wickets twice in only 6 innings.

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