3. Mohammed Shami (India)
Much before the World Cup began, question marks were raised over the Indian seamers’ consistency and none more so than Shami, who seemed to have been jaded by his workload over the last year. However, he seemed to have undergone a makeover right from ball one against Pakistan. He regularly clocked 140 kmph and allowed Dhoni to maintain aggressive fields well beyond the first ten overs while also showcasing his death bowling skills, much to the Indian fans’ delight.
Matches: 7 Wickets: 17 Average: 17.29 Strike Rate: 21.5 Economy: 4.81 Best Performance: 4/35