Pacers to pick fifer against India in white ball cricket

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In this article we will see who are those 5 pacers who picked a five-wicket haul against India in white ball cricket since 2018. The interesting part of the stat is that 4 out of 5 bowlers are left arm which shows Indian batters struggle against left-arm pacers.

#1 Pat Cummins

Australian red ball captain and No.1 ranked test bowler; Pat Cummins took 5 wickets against India in an ODI where he gave 70 runs in his spell. Cummins is the only right-arm bowler on our list.

#2 Mustafizur Rahman

Bangladeshi left-arm fast bowler z Mustafizur Rahman troubled India when he took a fifer against men in blue in an ODI where he conceded 59 runs in his spell. Rahman is a very talented bowler. He is a left armer which allows him to swing the ball naturally.

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#3 Trent Boult

Another left-arm pacer but this time it is none other than New Zealand’s fast bowling sensation, Trent Boult who registered a figure of 5/21 against India in which he completed his fifer against men in blue.

#4 Reece Topley

England’s new rising star and a left-arm fast bowler, Reece Topley took 6 wickets in the second ODI at lords in the 2022 ODI series against India. Topley made his best bowling figure of 6/24 against India that day. He removed the Indian top order with his accurate bowling and troubled middle order too.

#5 Obed McCoy

West Indies left-arm fast bowler and a very talented bowler; Obed McCoy plays for Rajasthan Royals in IPL. He was good in IPL 2022 but his real talent came out against India in 2022 where he took 6 wickets and gave 17 runs in a T20I game. McCoy bowled brilliantly against India and registered the best T20I bowling figure against men in blue.

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Anay Pareek joined Sports Big News in 2019. He is an avid cricket fan who finds deep joy in the intricacies of the game. Through his keen observation and deep appreciation for cricket, he aims to incorporate the same level of accuracy in his writings. He predominantly covers the IPL, World Cup and cricket leagues.