ICC Cricket ODI World Cup 1992 Highest Wicket Takers

Today we are discussing the ICC Cricket ODI World Cup 1992 highest wicket takers. The 1992 ICC Cricket World Cup sponsored by Benson & Hedges was the fifth mega tournament. The tournament saw only the second Asian nation to dominate world cricket in a four-year cycle. Yes, Pakistan won their first World Cup in 1992. Here we are talking about the bowlers who led the list of most wickets in the 1992 Cricket World Cup.

1. Wasim Akram (Pakistan)

Left-arm pacer Wasim Akram led Pakistan to their second World Cup after a poor performance in the 1987 Cricket World Cup. Akram took 18 wickets at an average of 18.77 from 10 innings in the match. His strike rate during the tournament was 29.8 and during the World Cup he conceded over 3.76 runs. Wasim was therefore included in many lists of wicket keepers for the 1992 Cricket World Cup.

 His best figures were 4/32 against New Zealand. They were the best players in the 1992 Benson & Hedges World Cup hosted by Australia and New Zealand. Interestingly, none of the Australian bowlers finished in the top 10 as Pakistan became world champions with the country’s best bowling attack. We hope you enjoyed the content and don’t forget to leave your comments or questions.

2. Ian Bottom (England)

All-rounder Ian Botham won his third World Cup title with England in 1992. Brandes takes 16 wickets at an average of 19.12 from 10 innings in 10 matches. His strike rate during the tournament was 33.3 and during the World Cup he got 3.43 and more runs. 

Thus, Ian became one of the top two players in the Cricket World Cup in 1992. His best figures were 4/31 against Australia.

3. Mushtak Ahmed (Pakistan)

“Mushtak Ahmed ” played the first World Cup for Pakistan. Ahmed took 16 wickets in 9 matches in 8 innings at an average of 19.43. His strike rate during the tournament was 29.2 and he allowed over 3.98 runs during the World Cup.

The cricket was between three crickets in the World Cup. His best performance, his best performance, was 3/41 with Australia and England, because he took such a fright in the World Cup. 

4. Chris Harris (New Zealand)

Cricket all-rounder Chris Harris played for New Zealand for the first time in the World Cup. A right-arm medium bowler, Harris took 16 wickets in nine matches at an average of 21.37. 

His strike rate during the tournament was 27 and during the World Cup he conceded over 4.73 runs. Harris thus became one of the top four cricketers with the most wickets in the 1992 Cricket World Cup. His best figures were 3/15 against Zimbabwe.

5. Eddo Brandes (Zimbabwe)

Cricket all-rounder Eddo Brandes played for Zimbabwe in the World Cup for the second consecutive year. Brandes took 14 wickets in 8 matches at an average of 25.35. His strike rate in the tournament was 30 and in the World Cup he conceded over 5.05 runs. 

Eddo thus became one of the top five cricketers with the most wickets in the 1992 Cricket World Cup. His best figures were 4/21 against England.

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