Top 5 worst bowling figures in World Cup
Updated - Dec 24, 2014 5:25 pm
Top 5 worst bowling figures in World Cup: Playing at the top stage is considered one of the hardest jobs and sometimes the bowlers bowl their heart out, but to get no result. They are simply hit out for runs and the opposition takes the control of the match. In this article, we will have a look at the top 5 bowlers with the worst bowling figures in the history of World Cup.
5. Dwayne Leverock (Bermuda) vs India, 2007: 10-0-96-1
3rd in the list of the bowlers with worst bowling figures in World Cup is Dwayne Leverock, a pacer from Bermuda. He achieved this feat on 19th March 2007, as he went on to concede 96 runs from his 10 overs, picking up the lone wicket of Yuvraj Singh, after the damage was done. India scored 413 runs, the highest team total in a World Cup match, before winning the match by a margin of 257 runs, the highest in the history of World Cup cricket.