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The top five bowlers in the Asia Cup

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India ended in a long-awaited 14th edition of Asia Cup tournament. The five-time champions Sri Lanka beat Sri Lanka in the final of the tournament, with the bat being bowled out for the last time in the final.

This time, the Asia Cup has been a hit in batting and bowling. Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, Mohammad Shehzad, Mushfiqur Rahim, Shoaib Malik etc were batting for the match. In the same way, the bowlers made their brilliant skills in the Asia Cup. Top bowlers in the Asia Cup this time

5. Kuldeep Yadav: 6 match 10 wickets – 4.09 academy Chineseman fame wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav has continued his ability in the Asia Cup. Kuldeep, who has been successful in the tour of London, has also taken 10 wickets in the Asia Cup. Litton Das, who had hit a century in the final, was also impressed with the result of the match.
4. Kedar Jadhav: 6 Match – 6 wickets – 3.97 Economy Team India’s occasional spinner Kedar Jadhav succeeded in fetching the opportunity to fetch the opportunity. He scored 6 wickets in six games at an average of just 4 and managed to score 6 wickets. All the wickets he had taken were successful in changing the result of the match.
Jadhav, who has been sent to the Pavilion for the first time in the Asia Cup final, Mohammad Shehzad, Mushfiqur Rahim and Sarfaraz Ahmed also took a major wicket.
3. Rashid Khan: 5 matches -10 wickets – 3.73 Economy Afghan youth talent Rashid Khan has been successful in unveiling his capabilities in the Asia Cup. He failed to score 10 wickets in 5 matches played. He has also proved to be the fatal spinner who has taken 2 wickets for just 13 runs in his 9 overs against Pakistan on his birthday. Rasheed Kiwada also got the attention of his team in the tie against India.
2. Jasprit Bumra: 4th Match – 8 wickets – 3.67 Economy Jasprit Bumra, the No.1 bowler of the one-day cricket match, has played a crucial role in this time’s Asia Cup. Bumra scored just 29 runs in the overall over-the-match death overs. He took seven wickets in the death overs. The fastest bowler has been run at an average of just 3.67 per over and another special.
Mushtaqfur Rehman: 5 match-10 wickets – 4.40 academy Muttiahfjur missed out on some recent series of injuries to the Asia Cup and has been back into the ODI cricket by organizing a lightning strike. He was able to defend 8 runs against Afghanistan, who had a magnificent bowling performance in the death overs. He was able to take 4 wickets against Pakistan in the final. The bowling of the final, however, failed to take the team into the final.

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