ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Most Wickets: Updated After WI vs AFG Match 40

The T20 World Cup 2024 is standing on an interesting stage. As the Super Eight stage is super close, the matches have become even more interesting. In the first match, Bangladesh played against Nepal. Sri Lanka faced off against the Netherlands. In the final match of the day, New Zealand competed against Papua New Guinea. The bowlers are in their prime form and boosted up to improve their position in the Most wickets list. 

Exceptional bowling performances in the BAN vs NEP Match:

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Bangladesh triumphed over Nepal by 21 runs in an exciting match marked by impressive bowling performances. Batting first, Bangladesh struggled against the Nepalese bowlers and were all out for 106 in 19.3 overs. Notable bowling efforts came from Sompal Kami with 2/10 in 3 overs, Sandeep Lamichhane with 2/17 in 4 overs, and Rohit Kumar Paudel who took 2/20 in 4 overs.

In response, Nepal’s batting faltered as the Bangladeshi bowlers dominated the game. Nepal was bowled out for 85 in 19.2 overs. Tanzim Sakib led the attack with 4/7 in 4 overs, while Mustafizur Rahman claimed 3/7 in his 4 overs. Shakib Al Hasan also contributed significantly with 2/9 in 2.2 overs, sealing the victory for Bangladesh.

Brief Score: Bangladesh: 106/10 in 19.3 overs (Shakib Al Hasan 17 (22), Tanzim Hasan Sakib 4/7, Mustafizur Rahman 3/7)

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Nepal: 85/10 in 19.2 overs (Kushal Malla 27 (40), Dipendra Singh Airee 25 (31), Sompal Kami 2/10)

Sri Lanka’s Domination Over the Netherlands:

Sri Lanka claimed a dominant 83-run victory over the Netherlands. Batting first, Sri Lanka scored 201/6 in their 20 overs. Logan van Beek took 2/45 in 4 overs, while Vivian Kingma and Aryan Dutt each picked up a wicket, both with figures of 1/23 in 3 overs. Despite these efforts, the Netherlands faced a daunting target.

In their reply, the Netherlands were bowled out for 118 in 16.4 overs. Sri Lankan bowlers delivered exceptional performances, with Nuwan Thushara taking 3/24 in 3.4 overs. Matheesha Pathirana chipped in with 2/12 in 3 overs, and captain Wanindu Hasaranga added 2/25 in his 4 overs. Their combined effort ensured a comprehensive win for Sri Lanka.

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Brief Score: Sri Lanka: 201/6 in 20 overs (Kusal Mendis 46 (29), Charith Asalanka 46 (21), Nuwan Thushara 3/24)

Netherlands: 118/10 in 16.4 overs ( Michael Levitt 31 (23), Scott Edwards 31 (24), Logan van Beek 2/45)

New Zealand Shined Over Papua New Guinea:

New Zealand displayed formidable bowling prowess in their ICC Men’s T20 World Cup match against Papua New Guinea. They effectively restricted Papua New Guinea to just 78 runs all out in 19.4 overs. Leading the attack, Lockie Ferguson impressed with figures of 3 wickets for no runs in 4 overs, while Tim Southee and Trent Boult also contributed significantly with 2 wickets each, conceding 11 runs and 14 runs respectively in their 4-over spells.

In reply, Papua New Guinea struggled to contain New Zealand’s batting prowess. Kabua Morea was the most successful bowler for Papua New Guinea, taking 2 wickets for 4 runs in 2.2 overs. Semo Kamea picked up 1 wicket for 23 runs in 3 overs, while captain Assad Vala bowled 1 over for 4 runs without taking a wicket. Despite their efforts, New Zealand comfortably chased down the target, reaching 79 runs for the loss of 3 wickets in just 12.2 overs, securing a comprehensive victory in the match.

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Brief Score: New Zealand: 79/3 in 12.2 overs ( Devon Conway 35 (32), Lockie Ferguson 3/0)

Papua New Guinea: 78/10 in 19.4 overs ( Charles Amini 17 (25), Kabua Morea 2/4)

West Indies’ Brilliance:

The West Indies triumphed over Afghanistan by 104 runs in a recent match. Batting first, the West Indies amassed an impressive 218/5 in their 20 overs. Nicholas Pooran led with a superb 98 off 53 balls, while Johnson Charles contributed 43 off 27 balls, and captain Rovman Powell added a quick 26 from 15 balls. Despite the high score, Afghan bowlers had some success, with Gulbadin Naib taking 2 wickets for 14 runs in 2 overs, Azmatullah Omarzai claiming 1 for 41 in 2 overs, and Naveen ul Haq also securing 1 for 41 in his 4 overs.

In the second innings, Afghanistan’s batting lineup struggled against the West Indies’ strong bowling attack and were all out for 114 in 16.2 overs. Ibrahim Zadran top-scored with 38 runs off 28 balls, followed by Azmatullah Omarzai’s 23 off 19 balls and Rashid Khan’s 18 off 11 balls. West Indies bowlers excelled, with Obed McCoy taking 3 wickets for 14 runs in 3 overs, Akeal Hosein grabbing 2 for 21 in 4 overs, and Gudakesh Motie contributing 2 wickets for 28 runs in his 4 overs, ensuring a comprehensive victory.

Brief Score: West Indies: 218/5 in 20 overs ( Nicholas Pooran 98 (53), Obed McCoy 3/14)

Afghanistan: 114/10 in 16.2 overs ( Ibrahim Zadran 38 (28), Gulbadin Naib 2/14)

Table of Most Wickets of ICC T20 World Cup:

Player’s NameTeamMatchWickets  BBIAverageEconomy Rate
Fazalhaq FarooqiAFG4125/96.675.58
Trent BoultNZ4  93/163.696.56
Anrich NortjeSA494/77.784.38
Tanzim ShakibBAN494/78.004.80
Adam ZampaAUS494/1210.445.88
Akeal HoseinWI485/117.384.21
Nuwan ThusharaSL484/187.505.63
Alzarri JosephWI484/1910.386.38
Tim SoutheeNZ373/45.143.00
Mustafizur RahmanBAN473/77.713.38

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The T20 World Cup 2024 is standing on an interesting stage. As the Super Eight stage is super close, the matches have become even more interesting. In the first match, Bangladesh played against Nepal. Sri Lanka faced off against the Netherlands. In the final match of the day, New Zealand competed against Papua New Guinea. The bowlers are in their prime form and boosted up to improve their position in the Most wickets list. 

Exceptional bowling performances in the BAN vs NEP Match:

Bangladesh triumphed over Nepal by 21 runs in an exciting match marked by impressive bowling performances. Batting first, Bangladesh struggled against the Nepalese bowlers and were all out for 106 in 19.3 overs. Notable bowling efforts came from Sompal Kami with 2/10 in 3 overs, Sandeep Lamichhane with 2/17 in 4 overs, and Rohit Kumar Paudel who took 2/20 in 4 overs.

In response, Nepal's batting faltered as the Bangladeshi bowlers dominated the game. Nepal was bowled out for 85 in 19.2 overs. Tanzim Sakib led the attack with 4/7 in 4 overs, while Mustafizur Rahman claimed 3/7 in his 4 overs. Shakib Al Hasan also contributed significantly with 2/9 in 2.2 overs, sealing the victory for Bangladesh.

Brief Score: Bangladesh: 106/10 in 19.3 overs (Shakib Al Hasan 17 (22), Tanzim Hasan Sakib 4/7, Mustafizur Rahman 3/7)

Nepal: 85/10 in 19.2 overs (Kushal Malla 27 (40), Dipendra Singh Airee 25 (31), Sompal Kami 2/10)

Sri Lanka’s Domination Over the Netherlands:

Sri Lanka claimed a dominant 83-run victory over the Netherlands. Batting first, Sri Lanka scored 201/6 in their 20 overs. Logan van Beek took 2/45 in 4 overs, while Vivian Kingma and Aryan Dutt each picked up a wicket, both with figures of 1/23 in 3 overs. Despite these efforts, the Netherlands faced a daunting target.

In their reply, the Netherlands were bowled out for 118 in 16.4 overs. Sri Lankan bowlers delivered exceptional performances, with Nuwan Thushara taking 3/24 in 3.4 overs. Matheesha Pathirana chipped in with 2/12 in 3 overs, and captain Wanindu Hasaranga added 2/25 in his 4 overs. Their combined effort ensured a comprehensive win for Sri Lanka.

Brief Score: Sri Lanka: 201/6 in 20 overs (Kusal Mendis 46 (29), Charith Asalanka 46 (21), Nuwan Thushara 3/24)

Netherlands: 118/10 in 16.4 overs ( Michael Levitt 31 (23), Scott Edwards 31 (24), Logan van Beek 2/45)

New Zealand Shined Over Papua New Guinea:

New Zealand displayed formidable bowling prowess in their ICC Men's T20 World Cup match against Papua New Guinea. They effectively restricted Papua New Guinea to just 78 runs all out in 19.4 overs. Leading the attack, Lockie Ferguson impressed with figures of 3 wickets for no runs in 4 overs, while Tim Southee and Trent Boult also contributed significantly with 2 wickets each, conceding 11 runs and 14 runs respectively in their 4-over spells.

In reply, Papua New Guinea struggled to contain New Zealand's batting prowess. Kabua Morea was the most successful bowler for Papua New Guinea, taking 2 wickets for 4 runs in 2.2 overs. Semo Kamea picked up 1 wicket for 23 runs in 3 overs, while captain Assad Vala bowled 1 over for 4 runs without taking a wicket. Despite their efforts, New Zealand comfortably chased down the target, reaching 79 runs for the loss of 3 wickets in just 12.2 overs, securing a comprehensive victory in the match.

Brief Score: New Zealand: 79/3 in 12.2 overs ( Devon Conway 35 (32), Lockie Ferguson 3/0)

Papua New Guinea: 78/10 in 19.4 overs ( Charles Amini 17 (25), Kabua Morea 2/4)

West Indies’ Brilliance:

The West Indies triumphed over Afghanistan by 104 runs in a recent match. Batting first, the West Indies amassed an impressive 218/5 in their 20 overs. Nicholas Pooran led with a superb 98 off 53 balls, while Johnson Charles contributed 43 off 27 balls, and captain Rovman Powell added a quick 26 from 15 balls. Despite the high score, Afghan bowlers had some success, with Gulbadin Naib taking 2 wickets for 14 runs in 2 overs, Azmatullah Omarzai claiming 1 for 41 in 2 overs, and Naveen ul Haq also securing 1 for 41 in his 4 overs.

In the second innings, Afghanistan's batting lineup struggled against the West Indies' strong bowling attack and were all out for 114 in 16.2 overs. Ibrahim Zadran top-scored with 38 runs off 28 balls, followed by Azmatullah Omarzai's 23 off 19 balls and Rashid Khan's 18 off 11 balls. West Indies bowlers excelled, with Obed McCoy taking 3 wickets for 14 runs in 3 overs, Akeal Hosein grabbing 2 for 21 in 4 overs, and Gudakesh Motie contributing 2 wickets for 28 runs in his 4 overs, ensuring a comprehensive victory.

Brief Score: West Indies: 218/5 in 20 overs ( Nicholas Pooran 98 (53), Obed McCoy 3/14)

Afghanistan: 114/10 in 16.2 overs ( Ibrahim Zadran 38 (28), Gulbadin Naib 2/14)

Table of Most Wickets of ICC T20 World Cup:

Player’s NameTeamMatchWickets  BBIAverageEconomy Rate
Fazalhaq FarooqiAFG4125/96.675.58
Trent BoultNZ4  93/163.696.56
Anrich NortjeSA494/77.784.38
Tanzim ShakibBAN494/78.004.80
Adam ZampaAUS494/1210.445.88
Akeal HoseinWI485/117.384.21
Nuwan ThusharaSL484/187.505.63
Alzarri JosephWI484/1910.386.38
Tim SoutheeNZ373/45.143.00
Mustafizur RahmanBAN473/77.713.38

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