According To The ICC Rankings For 2020-21, Who Is The Best Bowler In The World.

Who is the World's Best Bowler in 2020-21?

Today, we’ll give you some important information about the best bowler in the world in 2021. Cricket is a sport that is popular all over the world. This game has a massive global fan base. Cricket is a team sport that requires two teams to compete. Each cricket team consists of 11 players. There is also one captain among these 11 players who lead the team.

Batsman and Bowers play critical roles in cricket. The batsmen are in charge of increasing their run total, while the bowlers are in charge of dismissing the opposing team’s batsmen. In this way, good communication is seen between a team’s batsman and bowlers. As a result, in cricket, both batsmen and bowlers play the same role. Today, we will tell you about the One-Day International (ODI) tournaments that are held around the world.

In this post, we will provide brief information, particularly about the bowlers, as well as tell you about the bowlers who played an important role in assisting their teams’ victories through exceptional game performances.

Who is the World’s Best Bowler in 2020-21?

The list of the best bowlers in the world in 2021 is provided below. We have also included a list of players who have made their teams by improving their performances, as well as their career stats and the country for which they play, in this list.

This list includes the names of Indian players as well as foreign players who have taken a significant number of wickets with their performances.

NOPLAYER NAMETEAMRATINGCAREER BEST RATING
1Trent Boult NZ737770 v West Indies, 22/06/2019
Mujeeb Ur Rahman AFG708712 v Ireland, 24/01/2021
Matt Henry NZ691691 v Bangladesh, 26/03/2021
Jasprit Bumrah IND690841 v West Indies, 01/11/2018
Mehedi Hasan BAN668694 v West Indies, 25/01/2021
Kagiso Rabada SA666724 v England, 29/05/2017
Chris Woakes ENG665676 v New Zealand, 14/07/2019
Josh Hazlewood AUS660733 v England, 26/01/2018
Pat Cummins AUS646729 v Pakistan, 12/06/2019
10 Mohammad Amir PAK638663 v Sri Lanka, 02/10/2019

Trent Boult.

Trent Boult.

Trent Boult, a left-handed swing bowler, made his First-Class debut in 2007 when he was picked for a tour of India with New Zealand ‘A’ squad. He was later called up for the 2008 Under-19 World Cup. Boult was a part of the New Zealand squad for a while, but he didn’t play in a Test until December 2011 in Hobart.

Boult has been a silent attacker in recent years, despite his staggering numbers. Being unassuming and more behind the scenes than the others is most likely a Kiwi characteristic in cricket. Boult’s ability to swing the new ball and mix the pace/lengths at the death overs makes him a lethal white-ball customer, and his abilities in the longer format are no less impressive. New Zealand cricket has a true asset in him.

Is Trent Boult a good bowler?

He is, in addition, playing in the ICC Cricket World Cup. Some outstanding performances were seen in 2015, especially Mitchell Starc’s performance as Man of the Series. However, it should be noted that Starc was not the tournament’s top wicket-taker; Boult finished with the same number of wickets (22) as Starc, but at a higher bowling average of 16.86 compared to 10.18 for Starc.

Boult’s most memorable ODI effort came against Australia in the historic league match in Auckland. Boult took five for 27 in a 151-run thrashing of Australia. After McCullum’s 24-ball 50, the Australian bowlers fought back brilliantly to restrict the Kiwis to 146 for nine. Boult had to withstand two nerve-wracking deliveries from a fire-breathing Starc, which he did, and Williamson’s six gave New Zealand a one-wicket victory.

Trent Boult IPL Career:

Trent Boult IPL career

Trent Boult caught the attention of IPL franchises after his excellent success in the 2015 Cricket World Cup, and he was signed by Sunrisers Hyderabad in 2015. Dale Steyn, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Ishant Sharma, Karn Sharma, and Praveen Kumar were already part of the SRH squad. As a result, Boult only got to play in seven games, but he did well, taking nine wickets. He didn’t get any chances the next season, so SRH released him.

Trent Boult was acquired by the Delhi Capitals (then Daredevils) in 2017, and his best IPL season to date was in 2018. In 14 games last year, the left-armer took 18 wickets. After a disappointing IPL season in 2019, in which he only played 5 matches, the Kiwi was let go once more. The Mumbai Indians bought the Nz left-arm pacer from the Delhi Capitals for Rs 3.2 crore in 2019, and he now plays alongside Mitchell McClenaghan, another New Zealand pacer.

Trent Boult International Career:

ODI Career:

Best Bowler  Trent Boult ODI Career

Boult was selected for New Zealand’s one-day series against Australia on January 21, 2009, when he was 19 years old. Boult just got to play in a warm-up game for the Prime Minister’s XI, where he bowled seven overs without taking a wicket. With a top speed of 143.3 km/h, Boult was the fastest bowler for the New Zealand team during the tour.

In October 2014, he returned to the ODI team for the home series against South Africa, but he did not play in the UAE games against Pakistan. The selectors chose him for the 2015 World Cup squad because of his ability to swing the ball both ways at high speeds.

Boult initially struggled to break into limited-overs teams because it was thought that he didn’t drive the white ball as well as the red.But his performance in Test cricket was too convincing to overlook: he reached 100 wickets in his 29th match, and just two years after his debut, he was New Zealand’s leading wicket-taker. It was a great match, with Brendon McCullum emphasizing attacking cricket in shorter formats as well, and Boult proving himself as a bowler who preferred to get batsmen out rather than keep them quiet. Confirmation came in the 2015 World Cup when he finished as the joint-leading wicket-taker with 22 wickets in nine matches, including 5 for 27 in a thrilling victory over Australia.

In the fourth ODI of India’s 2018–19 New Zealand tour, Boult claimed his fifth five-wicket haul, tying Richard Hadlee for the most by a New Zealand bowler. He took 5/21, assisting his team in dismissing India for their lowest ODI total since 2010. Boult was named man of the match as New Zealand went on to win one of their biggest games.

Test Career:

Best Bowler  Trent Boult Test Career

Boult made his Test debut in the Second Test against Australia in Hobart in the 2011–12 season, which New Zealand won by 7 runs, giving them their first test win in Australia since 1985 and their first test win over Australia since 1993. With wickets against England, the West Indies, India, and Sri Lanka, he’s off to a good start. His crowning achievement came in the second Test against the West Indies at Basin Reserve, when he claimed his first 10-wicket haul.

During the 2011 and 2012 seasons, the left-hand pacer continued to put in strong performances and proved to be an excellent foil for another young pacer, Tim Southee. In 2013, he continued his good form against England, taking 19 wickets in five tests, including his second-best test match innings bowling figures of 6/68 at Eden Park in March.

Boult became the first New Zealander to take a five-wicket haul in a day-night test, and the second overall after Josh Hazlewood, in the first-ever day-night test in history.

Boult’s best Test figures came in 2018 when he took 6/32 in the First Test against England in Auckland. New Zealand won the Test by an innings and 49 runs after bowling England out for 58 in their first innings. Man of the Match was awarded to Boult.

Conclusion: 2021 ICC Ranking No 1 the best bowler in the world? We hope you found this list useful. Also, don’t forget to share your valuable thoughts on this list in the comments section below.

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