Highest Wicket Taker  in T20 World Cup

This Table is Updated on 14th June, 2024

Name

Team

Wickets

Matches

Fazalhaq Farooqi

AFG

12

3

Anrich Nortje

SA

8

3

AS Joseph

WI

8

3

Adam Zampa

AUS

8

3

Akeal Hosein

WI

7

3

 

ICC World Cup 2024 Updated News-

Here we are updating latest news on daily basis.

13th June, 2024

With 9 wickets in just two games as of June 13, 2024, Fazalhaq Farooqi of Afghanistan is still the top wicket-taker in the T20 World Cup 2024. Farooqi is a unique player in the tournament since Afghanistan depends much on his capacity to regularly produce breakthroughs. His accuracy in bowling has been crucial for the success of his team, so underlining his relevance in their campaign.

With 8 wickets each in three matches, Rich Nortje of South Africa, AS Joseph of the West Indies, and Adam Zampa of Australia tie. While Joseph’s steady performances have supported the West Indies’ efforts, Nortje’s fiery speed has been crucial in South Africa’s bowling attack. For Australia, Zampa’s leg-spin has been successful; he regularly removes middle overs’ wickets. 

Furthermore proving his skill as a consistent spin bowler, Akeal Hosein from the West Indies has taken 7 wickets in three matches.

12th June, 2024

With 9 wickets in two matches, Afghanistan’s Fazalhaq Farooqi leads the T20 World Cup 2024 as of June 12, 2024. Farooqi is what Afghanistan needs to extract movement and pressure batsmen. Afghanistan’s tournament prospects have improved with his consistency and ability to take vital wickets. 

With eight wickets in three matches, Australian Adam Zampa and South African Anrich Nortje trail Farooqi. Nortje’s quick, accurate bowling is used in South Africa’s attack to scare batsmen. Australia has misled batsmen and taken vital wickets in middle overs, thanks in part to Zampa’s leg-spin. 

With six wickets in two games, West Indies’ Akeal Hosein and Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan have shown how well their spin bowling affects the game. Given that these bowlers have assisted their teams, the tournament’s top wicket-taker race is interesting.

10th June, 2024

With an outstanding 9 wickets in just 2 matches, Fazalhaq Farooqi of Afghanistan stands out as the top wicket-taker in the ongoing T20 World Cup 2024. Afghanistan’s campaign has benefited much from Farooqi’s performance, which highlights his capacity to produce vital breakthroughs and keep tight bowling figures.

Apart from Farooqi, several other bowlers have had major influence in the event. Six wickets in two games have come from West Indian Akeal Hosein, South African Anrich Nortje, Afghan Rashid Khan, and Omani Mehran Khan. 

7th June, 2024

The T20 World Cup 2024 bowling leaderboard has veered unexpectedly! At the top is still Fazalhaq Farooqi (AFG), but today he shares the top with resurgent Mehran Khan (OMA). With an outstanding performance and another two wickets in his second match, Khan has ascended the ranks bringing his total to five. This combined leadership emphasizes the variety of bowling ability on exhibit during the tournament.

Closely trailing are a group of hungry contenders. With 4 wickets in 2 matches, Ruben Trumpelmann (NAM) still poses a threat; Anrich Nortje (SA) keeps displaying his pace in his first match. Cosmas Kyewuta (UGA) from Uganda has taken front stage among the top five under a new moniker. His outstanding 4 wickets in two games highlight the possibilities of underdogs teams and the erratic T20 system.

6th June, 2024

The bowling competition of the T20 World Cup 2024 boasts a fresh leader and a fierce struggle for the top places! With a blazing performance, Fazalhaq Farooqi (AFG) grabs 5 wickets in his first match. With this outstanding performance, which highlights the developing bowling attack of Afghanistan, he ranks highest on the leaderboard.

With 4 wickets in his first game, Anrich Nortje (SA) from South Africa is hot on his heels and shows his raw pace. With 4 wickets in one game, previous leader Ruben Trumpelmann (NAM) still poses a threat showing Namibia’s ongoing bowling power.

With just one match under their belts, Mehran Khan (OMA) and Logan van Beek (NED) follow closely behind tied for fourth place with three wickets apiece

5th June, 2024

Sri Lanka vs South Africa Preview

From Group D, both teams are favorites to make it to the Super 8 and ready to start their title challenge with two vital points. Winners of the 2014 edition, Sri Lanka unexpectedly lost their first warm-up game to the Netherlands. Still, they recovered with a remarkable victory against Ireland in their last practice game, gathering some momentum before the major game.

Conversely, South Africa boasts a strong head-to–head record against Sri Lanka, having 12 wins in 17 T20I matches. They are also the favorites to keep their winning run intact in the forthcoming game since they have won the last five T20I matches against Sri Lanka.

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