Cricket World Cup

Breaking Records: Shaheen Named Among World Cup Wicket Kings

Shaheen’s name broke the record among the wicket kings of the World Cup. The world’s leading cricket magazine has released the list of bowlers expected to take the most wickets in the World Cup to be held in India a few days later, which includes Pakistan’s Shaheen Shah Afridi.

The ICC World Cup is going to start from 5th October in India and will continue till 19th November with great campaigns.

Present and former cricketers and famous journalists are making predictions regarding their favorite teams and cricketers in the World Cup, in such a case, the famous magazine Wisden has also released a list of 6 bowlers who are expected to take more wickets in the World Cup.

The leading magazine has named Indian spinner Kuldeep Yadav as the top bowler in the list of potential bowlers, they took 5 wickets against Pakistan during the Asia Cup last month and are the highest wicket-taker so far this year. Kuldeep has taken 33 wickets in 17 ODIs so far this year.

In addition, Wisden has also included India’s Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammad Siraj in the list of expected bowlers to take more wickets, both of whom bowled devastatingly against Sri Lanka in the Asia Cup final.

The leading magazine has also included Pakistani fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi in its list of best bowlers, Shaheen Shah Afridi is known for taking wickets in the early overs.

Former South African fast bowler Dale Steyn has also included Shaheen Afridi among the top bowlers of the World Cup.

Wisden’s list of the best World Cup bowlers also includes Australia‘s Mitchell Starc, who also scored a hat-trick against the Netherlands in the warm-up match. Apart from this, New Zealand’s Trent Boult is also included in the list of 6 potential bowlers.

It should be noted that the bowler who took the most wickets overall in the World Cup is Australia’s Glenn McGrath, who took 71 wickets at an average of 18.19 in a total of 39 matches, while the second number is Sri Lankan spin legend Muttiah Muralitharan, who He is second with 68 wickets in 40 World Cup matches at an average of 19.63.

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