Lahore: Pakistan National team’s fast bowler, Haris Rauf, has claimed the worst bowling record in the history of the cricket World Cup.
In Pakistan’s final match of the tournament against England at Eden Gardens, Kolkata, Pakistan’s fast bowler Haris Rauf conceded 64 runs and took 3 wickets in 10 overs, taking his record of total runs conceded 533 runs at an average of 33.31, marking the highest number of runs conceded by any bowler in any World Cup edition and obtained a total of 16 wickets in 9 matches.
Prior to this, the record was held by England’s Adil Rashid, who gave away 526 runs in the 2019 World Cup.
Sri Lanka’s Dushmantha Chameera stands third in the same World Cup, having conceded 525 runs, Australia’s Mitchell Starc, who conceded 502 runs in the 2019 World Cup, holds the fourth position, and Bangladesh’s Mustafizur Rahman, who conceded 484 runs in the 2019 World Cup, is in fifth place. Pakistan’s Shaheen Afridi, having conceded 481 runs in the 2023 World Cup, is in sixth place.