The ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 has burst into action with a flurry of excitement, setting the stage for a month-long cricketing extravaganza. While some thrilling matches have already graced the tournament, there’s a lot more action to look forward to. As the world watches and cheers, it’s the bowlers who often play a pivotal role in shaping a team’s destiny. Let’s dive into the heart-pounding world of cricket and celebrate some standout performances by the bowlers.
|2||Mitchell Santner||New Zealand||8||3||127|
|3||Matt Henry||New Zealand||8||3||146|
|5||Kagiso Rabada||South Africa||7||3||139|
a. Jasprit Bumrah (India): Bumrah, representing India, has been in exceptional form. He has taken 8 wickets in just 3 matches, with an outstanding average of 11.62 runs conceded per wicket. This means, on average, he has given up only 11.62 runs for every wicket he has taken. He has been very economical and effective in the competition.
b. Mitchell Santner (New Zealand): Santner, also with 8 wickets in 3 matches, has been a key contributor for New Zealand. He has conceded 127 runs, resulting in an average of 15.88 runs per wicket. Santner’s all-round abilities as a spinner have played a vital role in his team’s success.
c. Matt Henry (New Zealand): Matt Henry has matched his compatriot Santner with 8 wickets in 3 matches. However, he has conceded 146 runs, which gives him an average of 18.25 runs per wicket. Henry’s consistent wicket-taking has been crucial for New Zealand.
d. Hasan Ali (Pakistan): Hasan Ali has taken 7 wickets in 3 matches. He has conceded 138 runs, resulting in an average of 19.71 runs per wicket. His wicket-taking ability has been essential for Pakistan’s bowling attack.
e. Kagiso Rabada (South Africa): Rabada, representing South Africa, has also taken 7 wickets in 3 matches. He has conceded 139 runs, with an average of 19.86 runs per wicket. Rabada’s performances have been valuable for South Africa’s campaign.