Cricket World cup 2015 has certainly turned out to be the most thrilling in history of the tournament so far. Fans have witnessed some of the nail bitting finishes and extra ordinary cricket overall. The whole team is given credit for a win, though some individual performances stand out. Getting perfect support from Australian conditions bowlers have enjoyed this world cup season the most. On this context, let’s have a look at the top ten bowlers of the tournament.
1. Tim Southee
Southee has delivered well up to the mark. Being a strike seamer, Tim has perfectly played his role in this Kiwi side. He picked up thirteen wickets in league stage from six matches at an average of about twenty and economy rate of 4.82.
2. Daniel Vettori
This former Kiwi captain might be playing his sign-out world cup, but you can’t really mark anything such from his performance. The left arm spinner has picked up thirteen wickets from six matches at an average of just thirteen, and an unbelievably low economy rate of 3.21 by the end of league stage.
3. Wahab Riaz
Wahab is the only speedster in this Pakistan squad who was having a world cup experience before this season of the tournament, and what a way he proves this through his performance! The left arm seamer has picked up fourteen wickets from six matches at the average of twenty two, and an economy rate of 5.49 by the end of league stage.
4. Jerome Taylor
Undoubtedly, Jerome Taylor is the most disciplined bowler in this contemporary Caribbean side, and his report card says it loud. He has bagged fourteen wickets from six matches at an average of eighteen with a decent economy rate of 5.08.
5. Morne Morkel
This very tall South African seamer was much in anticipation prior beginning of the world cup, and he proves everything right. Morne has picked up fourteen wickets from six matches at an average of seventeen, and the economy rate of 4.50.
6. Josh Davey
Very few would have thought of a player from an associate nation to deliver such performance. But, proving everything wrong, the Scottish medium fast bowler has stunned the world picking fifteen wickets from six matches at an average of just twenty.
7. Imran Tahir
Imran shows the way one needs to bowl in demoralizing Australian condition being a spin bowler. The tricky leg spinner has picked up fifteen wickets from seven matches at an average of eighteen and economy rate of 4.20.
8. Trent Boult
This very promising talent is certainly a super star in this white fern side and the world loves him seeing bowling. The young man has picked up fifteen wickets from six matches in group stage at an average of fifteen and economy of 4.17.
9. Mohammed Shami
The defending champions rely very much on the performance of this young fast bowler. He has pace, control, and discipline. Shami has picked up fifteen wickets from five matches at an average of just twelve, and economy rate of 4.39.
10. Mitchell Starc
Mitchell has many superstar fans, and they must be proud enough. The left arm seamer has been just unplayable so far in the tournament. Starc has picked up sixteen wickets from just five matches in group stage at an average of just 8.5, and economy of 3.67.