Explore this compilation of images showcasing bowlers who have achieved remarkable figures in ICC ODI Cricket World Cup matches throughout the years. From the accomplished Indian bowler Mohammad Shami to the legendary Australian Glenn McGrath.

Notably, Mohammad Shami made history by becoming the first Indian pacer to secure 7 wickets in an ODI cricket match, surpassing the previous record held by Stuart Binny with his 6/4 against Bangladesh (Photo: AP).

In the 2003 World Cup, former Australian pacer Glenn McGrath delivered a standout performance, claiming 7/15 against Namibia at Potchefstroom. Another Australian pacer, Andy Bichel, achieved an impressive 7/20 against England at Gqeberha in the same tournament.

Winston Davis, a West Indies pacer, left his mark in the 1983 World Cup by picking up 7/51 against Australia at Leeds.

During the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 semifinal in Mumbai, Team India’s Mohammad Shami showcased exceptional skills, securing 7/57. Shami’s figures rank as the fifth-best in ODI World Cup matches and the best in World Cup knockout games.

In the 2015 World Cup match in Wellington, New Zealand pacer Tim Southee also etched his name in history with a remarkable performance, scalping 7/33 against England.

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