Top 5 Bowling Spells in ICC World Cup 2019

Published : Jul 21, 2019
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    Bowling fast and then moving the ball at the start of the innings caused troubles to many batsmen in ICC World Cup 2019. England and Wales hosted the World Cup 2019 and as history had suggested that the ball swings in these conditions making fast bowlers a real threat for others and key players for their own team, World Cup proved it right. Pacers stole the limelight and were vital for their team’s performance.
    Top 5 Bowling Spells of the tournament were:

    • Mohammed Shami’s Hattrick
    In India v/s Afghanistan match, the latter was well on course to win its maiden Word Cup match riding on a fine knock being played by Nabi. Shami was given the responsibility of bowling the final over with AFG still requiring 22 runs. Shami just demolished the hopes of Afghan fans as he first got the priced wicket of Nabi and then other two batsmen to register a hattrick to his name.

    Top 5 Bowling Spells in ICC World Cup 2019

    Shami is very fast and is able to swing the ball at a good pace which makes it difficult to doe the opposition batsmen to score runs against him. His leg and shoulder muscles are quite strong which helps him to the ball at a great pace.

    • Behrendroff– The Swing King
    Playing his World Cup match, Behrendroff showed a beautiful display of seam and swing bowling to bag a fifer and bowl England out for 221. His very first wicket of Vince was an ideal delivery for a left-arm fast bowler that came back into the right-hander after pitching. England batsmen had no answers to his outburst and got out to some terrify deliveries.

    • Malinga Turns Clock Backwards
    The veteran playing his last World Cup made it count as he was the architect in chief of Sri Lanka’s famous victory over England which threw the tournament wide open. Malinga turned back the clock to those old golden days as he got the ball to move both ways making it next to unplayable for English batsmen. The Legend did not miss to leave his mark in his last World Cup.

    Top 5 Bowling Spells in ICC World Cup 2019
    Malinga makes use of yorkers and slower ones smartly during the death overs. Yorkers require an extra push from the bowlers and they also need to stay focused on pressure situations.

    • Trent Boult Blows Away WI
    Trent Boult struck like an electric bolt-on Windies batsmen to take 4 wickets. He blew away the top order of WI and then returned to take two more wickets which just shattered any chance of winning for the opposition. He also took a very tough catch of Carlos Brathwaite at the boundary line which otherwise would have made WI victorious.

    • Archer’s Final Winning Spell
    Archer was fast-tracked into England’s side because of his skills and bowling intelligence. He paid back the faith showed in him by emerging as the highest wicket-taker for England's side. In the final match, he bowled a very economical spell. But what was more important than he was entrusted to bowl the all-important super over and he delivered under pressure to help England become Champions for the first time.

    Top 5 Bowling Spells in ICC World Cup 2019
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