From Nathan Lyon to R Ashwin, who did most of the hunting in WTC

Most Wicket In WTC 2021-23 Cycle: Many bowlers of the world have given amazing performances in the matches played under the ICC World Test Championship 2021-23. In the oldest format of cricket, many bowlers have given the team a resounding victory with their excellent bowling. From spin to pace attack, all the bowlers have played a vital role in the success of their team.


Australia’s spinner Nathan Lyon has taken the most wickets in the ICC World Test Championship 2021-23 cycle (ICC WTC 2021-23 Cycle). Lion has 83 wickets in 32 innings of 19 Tests. During this, he has bowled 5219 balls in which 2239 runs have been scored. Lion has bowled at an average of 26.97 while his economy has been 2.57. Lion has played an important role in Australia’s success. He has taken 5 wicket haul 5 times in an innings. Lion has taken 10 wickets once in a match. (AFP)


South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada is at number two in this list. He has taken 67 wickets in 22 innings of 13 matches. Rabada has given 1411 runs in 388.4 overs. His best bowling performance is 6 wickets for 50 runs. Rabada’s average is 21.05 while the economy is 3.63. Although he has never made 10 wicket hall in his name. (AFP)


Experienced off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin (R Ashwin) has taken 61 wickets in 26 innings of 13 matches (WTC 2021-23 cycle). He has given 1200 runs in 483.5 overs. His best bowling performance is 6 wickets for 91 runs. During this, Ashwin averages 19.67 while the economy rate is 2.48. Ashwin has been the main role in the success of the Indian team. Ashwin has taken the five-wicket haul twice. (AFP)


England fast bowler James Anderson is at number four in this list. Anderson has taken 58 wickets in 28 innings of 15 matches. He has spent 1182 runs in bowling 519.2 overs. During this, Anderson’s bowling economy has been 2.7 while the average is 20.37. (AFP)


England fast bowler Ollie Robinson has taken 53 wickets in 25 innings of 13 matches. During this, he has scored 1100 runs in bowling 408.0 overs. Robinson’s best bowling is 7 wickets for 81 runs. He has bowled at an average of 20.75 while the economy has been 2.69. (AFP)

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