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Sunday, May 26, 2019

McGrath top Highest wicket taker in each edition of Cricket World Cup

Top Leading wicket-taker from each edition of the Men's Cricket World Cup 1975-2015.




Look at who is the Highest wicket-takers the Each edition of Cricket World Cup from 1975 to 2015.? 

For Now, Trent Boult (NZ), Michael Starc (AUS) and Bhumra, or Yadav (IND) Who will be best bowling attacker in  #CWC2019.? who is the most leading wicket taker in 2019 Cricket World Cup.




The Australian Legend Glen McGrath is the most successful bowler in the list of highest wicket-takers in Cricket World Cup history became the first man with the leading wicket-taker in 2007 Cricket World Cup with 26 wickets more than any other bowler in any tournament.

In 1999 Cricket World Cup two players Geoff Allott from New Zealand, & Shane Warne (Australia) are highest wicket-takers with Wickets 20 and in 2011 Cricket World Cup, Zaheer Khan from India and Shahid Afridi from Pakistan are the highest wicket takers with 21 Wickets and for the,

THIRD TIME in most recent Cricket World Cup 2015 won by Australia, in which there are also two bowlers smashed outstanding performance by Mitchell Starc (Australia):and Trent Boult from New Zealand those the most leading wickets takers in CWC 2015 with 22 Wickets.




McGrath, Cham.Vaas, Stark, Boult are Highest wicket takers in each edition of Cricket World Cup, CWC 1975-2015



The 1996 and 2007 editions are the only World Cups where the highest run-getter and wicket-taker were from the same team. In 1996, the highest runs were scored by Sachin Tendulkar of India and most wickets were taken by compatriot Anil Kumble, while in 2007, it was by Matthew Hayden and Glenn McGrath respectively. In 2007, Australia emerged victorious, while in 1996 the Indian team was ousted in the semi-finals.


Glenn McGrath took 26 wickets in the 2007 World Cup in 11 matches which is the highest number of wickets by a bowler in a single World Cup.

Anil Kumble (1996) and Zaheer Khan (2011) are the only other bowlers to be the highest wicket takers from the Indian side of a World Cup edition without taking more than three wickets in any match throughout the tournament.

Wasim Akram and Shahid Afridi are the only other bowlers to be the Leading wicket takers from Pakistani side of a World Cup edition




Highest wicket takers in each edition of Cricket World Cup.



 For this World Cup 2019, it is Boult, Starc, and Shami who are vying for the top spot, but other players can’t be counted out if they pull off a surreal performance or two.




World Cup      --     Bowler     --    Wickets  --  Mat. Pld  --   BBI  --  Team Perfor.

CWC 1975   --    Gary Gilmour (Aus)   --    11   --    2    --    6/14    --   Runner-Ups

CWC  1979   --    Mike Henderick (Eng)  --    10  --    5  --    4/15  --  Runner-Ups

CWC  1983  --   Roger Binny (Ind)    --   18    --   8   --    4/29   --    Winners

CWC  1987  --   Craig McDermott (Aus)  --   18  --   8   --   5/44  --   Winners

CWC  1992  --   Wasim Akram (Pak)  --   18   --  10  --   4/32  --   Winners

CWC  1996  --   Anil Kumble (Ind)  --   15  --   7  --   3/28  --   Semi-Finalists

CWC  1999  --   Shane Warne (Aus)   --  20  --   10   --  4/29  --   Winners

                  --   Geoff Allot (NZ)  --   20  --   9  --   4/37  --   Semi-Finalists

CWC  2003  --   Chaminda Vaas (SL)  --   23  --   10   --   6/25 Semi-Finalists

CWC  2007  --   Glenn McGrath (Aus)   --  26  --   11  --   3/14  --   Winners

CWC  2011  --   Zaheer Khan (Ind)  --   21  --   9    --  3/20  --   Winners

                  --  Shahid Afridi (Pak)  --   21   --   8  --   5/16  --   Semi-Finalists

CWC  2015  --   Mitchel Stark  (Aus)  --   22  --    8    --  6/28   --  Winners

                  --   Trent Boult  (NZ)   --   22  --   9   --    5/27  --   Semi-Finalists

CWC 2019    --     ................???


CWC 2023     --    ...............???



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