9. Mohammed Shami (India):
In the recent times, Mohammed Shami has awed everyone with his wicket-taking abilities in the limited overs format. Shami enjoyed a dream maiden World Cup this year, in which he extended his 50-over exploits at the biggest of stages possible in ODI cricket. In the cricket’s mega event, the Amroha born pacer took 17 wickets in 7 innings at a splendid average of 20.63 and ended up as the fifth highest wicket-taker of the tournament. Overall this year, the 25-year-old bowler grabbed 19 scalps in 11 matches at an economy of 4.77. If it was not for injury, then Shami might have ended the year on a much higher note especially if we take his recent form in 50-overs cricket into consideration.