1. Tim Southee – 7/33 v England
In world cup 2015, clash against England Southee produced a master class, which enhanced his reputation as the leaders of New Zealand attack as he blew England away for just 123. In first spell he had figures of 5-0-23-2 n in second it was 4-0-10-5.
2. Trent Boult- 5/27 v Australia
Loosing eight wickets for 26 runs was the most embarrassing batting performances of Australia in recent history as they slumped from 80/1 to 106/9, just because of Boult’s maiden 5 wickets. He took 5 wickets for one run in his second spell.
3. Imran Tahir- 4/26 v Sri-Lanka
To finally end their world cup knockout hoodoo, south Africa beat Sri-Lanka by 9 wickets.
When Sangakkara was out caught and bowl to Tahir, the footgates opened. Tahir also took the wickets of Mahela and of Thisara Perara. With the wicket of Lasith Malinga he finally wrapped up the things.
4. Kagiso Rabada- 6/16 v Bangladesh
Rabada has become second player to take hat trick on ODI debut after Taskin Ahmed as his 6/16 dismissed Bangladesh for their lowest ODI total this year 160.
5. Mustafizur Rahman- 6/43 v India
Young Mustafizur produced one of the finest ODI debuts cricket has seen. He bagged 6/43 to seal a landmark series win for Bangladesh.