ICC World Test Championship final between India and New Zealand is underway at The Rose Bowl Cricket Stadium in Southampton, England. Asked to bat first, India were bowled out for 217 in the first innings with none of the players reaching a half-century. New Zealand has managed to get a good start with a fifty by opener Devon Conway (54). At the stumps of Day 3, New Zealand reached 101/2 on the scoreboard with Kane Williamson (12*) and Ross Taylor (0*) on strike.
India and New Zealand qualified for ICC World Test Championship final after finishing on the top two spots in the points table. There were 9 teams that were part of the ICC World Test Championship. Few bowlers showcased a spectacular bowling performance during the tournament. Here we take a look at the 4 bowlers with the most fifers in ICC World Test Championship.
ICC World Test Championship: 4 Bowlers With Most Fifers In The Tournament
Australian spinner Nathan Lyon has picked 4 five-wicket hauls in 27 innings in ICC World Test Championship. The right-arm spinner picked 6 wickets in an innings during Australia vs England 1st Test in August 2019. The off-spinner also picked 5 wickets in both the innings during Australia vs New Zealand 3rd Test in January 2020.
Lyon’s 4th fifer came during Australia vs Pakistan 2nd Test in Nov-Dec 2019 when he scalped 5 wickets in the 2nd innings of the match. Overall, Nathan Lyon accounts for 56 wickets in 27 innings in the tournament at an average of 31.37.