World Cup 2019: Five bowlers who can take most wickets in the tournament
#4 Mohammad Amir
It has been an eventful couple of months for Mohammad Amir. Owing to his dismal performance post Champions Trophy 2017, Amir was left out of Pakistan's provisional World Cup squad. But with the Pakistani pacers proving ineffective in the ODI series against England, the Pakistan selectors called back Amir.
The 27-year-old made a good start to his World Cup campaign picking up three wickets against West Indies. The left-arm quick then picked up two crucial wickets in the game against England to help Pakistan register it's first win of the tournament.
Against Australia, Amir returned with sensational figures of 5 for 30 and helped Pakistan to restrict the rampant Australian batting line-up to 307 runs. With 10 wickets in his kitty, Amir is the leading wicket-taker at the moment and with the kind of form he is in, he can end the tournament the same way.