The first tournament that comes to mind while talking of Hasan Ali is the Champions Trophy 2017, where the pacer guided Pakistan to their first-ever champions trophy title with his terrific bowling throughout the tournament.
From 18 matches in 2017, the Pakistan bowling sensation took 45 wickets at an astonishing average of 17.04 and an economy-rate of 5.03. He also took three five-wicket hauls in 2017.
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From just 16 ODIs, the 19-year-old sensation from Afghanistan picked as many as 43 wickets at an astonishing average of 10.44 and an economy-rate of 3.80. His returns of 7/18 against the West Indies in June made him stand fourth in the list of best bowling figures in ODI history.
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Third highest wicket-taker of the year is India’s Jasprit Bumrah, with 39 wickets from 23 ODIs, at an impressive average of 26.25 and economy-rate of 5.13. He took his maiden five-wicket haul against Sri Lanka at Kandy in August. On the back of terrific performances in limited-overs cricket, Bumrah has received his maiden Test call-up for the soon-to-begin South Africa series.
The right-arm England pacer has 36 wickets from 18 matches in the calendar year, at a remarkable average of 22.47. He also notched up his career-best haul of 5/52 against West Indies at Bristol this year.
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The Kiwi and the Indian share the fifth position, with 31 wickets from 16 and 28 matches respectively.
While Boult’s average was 24.58 and economy-rate 5.27, Pandya took the wickets at an average of 35.51 and economy-rate of 5.57.
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