Kyle Jamieson
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New Zealand won the inaugural edition of the ICC World Test Championship (WTC) comfortably against India and it was one of the best bowling displays from the Kiwis in the all-important finals. New Zealand has won its first ICC trophy in about 20 years’ time and it was a splendid effort from the team to have won it in tough rainy conditions.

India produced an average batting performance in the World Test Championship finals and has been questioned by experts for the team selection. With a note on that, it is time to look at the best bowling average in World Test Championship 2019 – 2021 who has played a minimum of 7 tests.

ICC World Test Championship (2019-21): 5 Bowlers With The Best Average In The Tournament (Minimum 7 Tests)

Stuart Broad:

Stuart Broad
Stuart Broad (Image Credit: Twitter)

Stuart Broad finished as the third-highest wicket-taker in the ICC World Test Championship with 69 wickets in the 17 tests he played in the tournament. He had an average of 20.08 in the tournament and has played a big part for England in the fast bowling department.

He picked up two five-wicket hauls in the tournament and is one of the all-time greatest fast bowlers of all time already. The 35-year-old has picked up 523 wickets in 148 tests and he is one of the finest when he gets into his rhythm.

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