Mitchell Starc Becomes Leading Wicket-Taker in ICC CWC 2019 With 19 Scalps to His Name After Wrecking Havoc on England at Lord's
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Australia pacer Mitchell Starc became the leading wicket-taker in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, courtesy his performance during the ENG vs AUS match at Lord's Cricket Ground on Tuesday. The tall Australian pacer claimed four wickets and bowled a memorable yorker to Ben Stokes which seal the fortunes of the England cricket team. Ben Stokes was looking dangerous and threatening to take the match away from the Aussies before Starc produced the deadly yorker. England vs Australia Highlights of ICC World Cup 2019 Match: Aaron Finch’s Hundred, Jason Behrendorff’s 5-Fer and Mitchell Starc Help AUS Trounce ENG by 64 Runs.

Meanwhile, Jason Behrendorff registered career best figures and took a 5-fer to hand Australia a place in the semifinal with a 64-run win over hosts England.

During the coarse of the match, Starch also became the leading wicket-taker in the ICC CWC 2019. The Australian skipper is ahead of all the other bowlers and sits comfortably atop the list with 19 wickets. Jofra Archer is at the number two position with 19 wickets. Australia vs England Highlights And Cricket Score - 32th ODI match - Full Scorecard.

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Behrendorff and Starc shared four wickets among themselves as they demolished the England batsmen. Except Ben Stokes and Johnny Bairstow, no other batsmen seemed to have an answer to Starc and Behrendorff's deliveries. Stokes once again proved to be the lone warrior for England as the Southpaw hit 89 runs before he was undone by a magnificent yorker from Mitchell Starc.