Adam Zampa’s World Cup Triumph: Equals Muralitharan’s Record of Taking Most Wickets by a Spinner in a Single World Cup Edition

The thrilling showdown is going on. India and Australia are facing each other at the World Cup semifinal stage at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. The Aussie bowlers have been showing their excellence since the start. Indian batters are struggling in the match. The final match has become a nail-biting one. In this situation, Adam Zampa made a sensational record in the World Cup. 

Adam Zampa’s Record:

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Australia started their World Cup 2023 campaign with disappointments. But after facing two consecutive defeats, the Aussies made a remarkable comeback. They started winning the match by dominating the opponents. Among all the players of the Australian players, Adam Zampa shined the brightest. He gave his best to make sure the team won. In every match he took wickets. He is a big asset to Australia.

While playing the match against India in the World Cup, Adam Zampa achieved a new record. After taking 23 wickets in this World Cup he equaled Sri Lankan legend Muttiah Muralitharan’s record of taking the most wickets by a spinner in a single edition of the World Cup. Muralitharan took 23 wickets in the 2007 World Cup. Now Zampa equaled the record. 

Adam Zampa finished the campaign with 23 wickets in 11 matches with an economy rate of 5.36. He took Jasprit Bumrah’s wicket in the final match to achieve the record. Zampa didn’t start the campaign on high. In the first two matches, he picked up 2 wickets. He got three four-wicket hauls in this World Cup against Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and the Netherlands.

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Aussie Bowler’s Excellence in the Final Match:

It is a crucial match for both India and Australia. Pat Cummins won the toss and decided to bowl first. They dominated India with their bowling excellence. Mitchell Starc was excellent. This Aussie superstar picked up 3 wickets in 55 runs. Josh Hazelwood took 2 wickets in 60 runs. Pat Cummins picked up 2 wickets in 34 runs. Glenn Maxwell and Adam Zampa took 1 wickets each. Australia stopped India in 240 runs. To be the world champion, Australia needs to score 241 runs.

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The thrilling showdown is going on. India and Australia are facing each other at the World Cup semifinal stage at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. The Aussie bowlers have been showing their excellence since the start. Indian batters are struggling in the match. The final match has become a nail-biting one. In this situation, Adam Zampa made a sensational record in the World Cup. 

Adam Zampa’s Record:

Australia started their World Cup 2023 campaign with disappointments. But after facing two consecutive defeats, the Aussies made a remarkable comeback. They started winning the match by dominating the opponents. Among all the players of the Australian players, Adam Zampa shined the brightest. He gave his best to make sure the team won. In every match he took wickets. He is a big asset to Australia.

While playing the match against India in the World Cup, Adam Zampa achieved a new record. After taking 23 wickets in this World Cup he equaled Sri Lankan legend Muttiah Muralitharan’s record of taking the most wickets by a spinner in a single edition of the World Cup. Muralitharan took 23 wickets in the 2007 World Cup. Now Zampa equaled the record. 

Adam Zampa finished the campaign with 23 wickets in 11 matches with an economy rate of 5.36. He took Jasprit Bumrah’s wicket in the final match to achieve the record. Zampa didn’t start the campaign on high. In the first two matches, he picked up 2 wickets. He got three four-wicket hauls in this World Cup against Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and the Netherlands.

Aussie Bowler’s Excellence in the Final Match:

It is a crucial match for both India and Australia. Pat Cummins won the toss and decided to bowl first. They dominated India with their bowling excellence. Mitchell Starc was excellent. This Aussie superstar picked up 3 wickets in 55 runs. Josh Hazelwood took 2 wickets in 60 runs. Pat Cummins picked up 2 wickets in 34 runs. Glenn Maxwell and Adam Zampa took 1 wickets each. Australia stopped India in 240 runs. To be the world champion, Australia needs to score 241 runs.

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