Which bowler takes the most wickets in final of World Test Championship? Ajit Agarkar named Mohammad Shami

There are only a few days left before the final of the World Test Championship. World cricket eyes on this final match between India and New Zealand at Southampton. The role of fast bowlers is considered very important in the WTC final and both India and New Zealand have world class fast paced attacks. Trent Boult, Tim Southee, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammad Shami and Ishant Sharma will face the ordeal. Meanwhile, former Indian cricketer Ajit Agarkar has been named the most wicket taker in the WTC final.

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According to Ajith Agarkar, star sportsman Mohammed Shami was the fastest wicket taker in the World Test Championship final. Asked by the batsman who scored the most runs in the final, Agarkar named the Indian captain Virat Kohli. However, the former fast bowler has claimed that New Zealand will prevail in the final of the WTC and will benefit from a Test series against England.

India-New Zealand lead in final in World Test Championship Know the answer by Irrfan Pathan

Earlier, former India fast bowler Irfan Pathan admitted that New Zealand would take the field as favorites in the final. He said the Kiwi team is slightly ahead of India with a 55-45 margin. Irfan was named New Zealand captain Kane Williamson when he asked for the name of the highest batsman in the final. Irfan said he hoped Trent Boult would win more wickets for India’s Mohammed Shami and Kiwi side in the WTC final.

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