3. Bas de Leede (13)

The Netherlands’ Bas de Leede was phenomenal both with the bat and ball throughout the tournament. However, he racked up impressive numbers with the ball as he scalped 13 wickets and gave away only 169 runs throughout his run in the tournament.

2. Sam Curran (13)

England’s Sam Curran bagged the second spot after having scalped as many as 13 wickets in all his outings including the final match against Pakistan. 

1. Wanindu Hasaranga (15)

Sri Lanka’s Wanindu Hasaranga has been the standout player of the tournament in terms of wicket-taking ability. The star spinner scalped 15 wickets at an average of 13.26.