Top 10 Best bowling figures in ODIs
Updated - Jun 16, 2016 8:01 am
Top 10 Best bowling figures in ODIs: ODIs are considered to be ideal for both the Batsmen and the Bowler but it doesn’t mean the works cut out for them, much like the longer format of Test cricket bowlers have to bowl longer but a limited spell of 10 overs. The strength and agility of a bowler is put to test in the demanding game of One Day Internationals.
Let’s have a look at the Top 10 Best bowling figures in ODIs:
10. Winston Davis – 7/51:
Winston Davis was a West Indies Cricketer, this lean right arm fast bowler could really pump up the heat with his pace bowling. Davis bowled with a short run-up generating good pace, he was a part of the World cup squad of 1983 where he took 7 for 51. Although his career ended up abruptly in 1998 when he was left paralysed from the neck down after suffering spinal injuries when he fell from a tree.
|Winston Davis||10.3||0||51||7||4.85||West Indies||Australia||Leeds||11 Jun 1983|