List of Top 10 Highest Wicket Taker Bowlers in World Cup

Australia’s fearsome fast-bowler Glenn McGrath is the leading wicket-taker in the ICC World Cup. He was instrumental in Australia’s consecutive World Cup wins in 1999, 2003 and 2007.

1 Glenn McGrath

Sri Lanka’s Muthiah Muralidaran closely follows Glenn McGrath with 68 wickets in the World Cup in 30 innings. A master of spin, Muralidaran is one of the greatest bowlers

2 Muthiah Muralidaran

Sri Lanka's Lasith Malinga, known for his deadly yorkers, claimed 56 wickets in 28 World Cup innings, with a best of 6/38.

3 Lasith Malinga

Pakistan's Wasim Akram is fourth in ICC World Cup history with 55 wickets in 38 matches since his 1987 debut. Avg: 23.83, Econ: 4.04.

4 Wasim Akram

Australia's left-arm pacer, Mitchell Starc, is fifth in ICC World Cup's top wicket-takers with 54 wickets in 21 matches (2015-2023), averaging 15.79.

5 Mitchel starc

In 31 World Cup games, Chaminda Vaas (Sri Lanka) claimed 49 wickets at 3.97 economy, with a best of 6/25. He led with 23 wickets in 2003 WC.

6 Chaminda Vaas

Zaheer Khan and Srinath share the top spot with 44 wickets in ODI World Cup 2003-2011, thanks to Zaheer's debut success in 2003.

7 Zaheer Khan

He took part in four World Cups (1992, 1996, 1999, and 2003) and shared India's highest wicket-taker title in those tournaments with Zaheer Khan, securing 44 wickets.

8 Javagal Srinath

At 40, Imran Tahir became the oldest participant in the 2019 World Cup and achieved the title of South Africa's all-time leading wicket-taker during their match against Pakistan.

9 Tahir Khan

In 2007, Trent Boult, a skilled left-handed swing bowler, made his First-Class cricket debut with the New Zealand 'A' team in India. He later joined the Under-19 World Cup squad in 2008.

10 Trent Boult

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