Who’s the best bowler in World Cup Cricket history?

September 14, 2010
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We’ve witnessed many great bowlers in World Cup Cricket – Shane Warne and Murlidharan, the spin wizards, and Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis, the toe-breakers. However, the data indicates that the marathon man, the-run-up-and-bowl-accurately guy, Glen McGrath, takes the mantle for being the best bowler in World Cup Cricket based on total # wickets taken, economy and wickets/game. Aspiring bowlers can learn a lot from McGrath’s no non-sense approach to bowling. One of my heroes!

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