ICC World Test Championship saw New Zealand outplaying India in the one-off final by 8 wickets. With Kyle Jamieson’s 7-wicket haul and Trent Boult, Tim Southee picking 5 wickets each, New Zealand pacers restricted India to a low total of 217 and 170 in both innings.
Later, Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor comfortably chased the 139-run target in the 2nd innings with unbeaten knocks of 52 and 47 respectively.
Kyle Jamieson emerged as the star of the final and was adjudged player of the match for his outstanding bowling show. For India, Mohammad Shami bowled amazingly in the 1st innings scalping 4 wickets. The ICC World Test Championship final unquestionably observed some incredible bowling shows.
The tournament too observed amazing bowling spells by many bowlers for their respective teams. In this listicle, we talk about team-wise bowlers with the best economy rates in ICC World Test Championship.
ICC World Test Championship: Team-Wise Bowlers With Best Economy Rates In The Tournament
South Africa- Kagiso Rabada (3.10)
For South Africa, Kagiso Rabada had the best economy rate in ICC World Test Championship. The right-arm pacer had an economy of just 3.10 while bowling. The Proteas pacer bowled 325.5 overs in the tournament and conceded 1013 runs. He also bowled 70 maiden overs in the tournament.
Rabada played 10 Tests in the tournament. In 17 innings, the 26-year-old cricketer picked 37 wickets at an average of 27.37. He picked a five-wicket haul once with the best bowling figures of 5/34 in an innings.