Hope you have seen Part 1
We now move on to Bowling:
Most wickets (10 and above):
Steyn leads Pollock by a large margin. Note D Olivier with 24 wickets in this series.
Best innings bowling (6wi and above):
D Olivier is the only one from the present series. Abbott’s 7-29 was on debut.
Best match bowling (including all instances of 9wm and above):
Again, D Olivier has the only entry from the present series. Abbott’s 9-68 was on debut.
Bowling average (Minimum 2000 balls, all instances):
Pollock has the best average, Kaneria the best economy if you go to three decimal places and Steyn the best strike rate.
Most dismissals (10 and above):
Boucher is far ahead of the others, with GC Smith having the most catches by a non-keeper. Boucher also has the most stumpings and catches by a keeper, while GC Smith has the most catches by a non-keeper.
Sarfraz and de Kock have the most dismissals among current players, followed by Amla with the most catches by a non-keeper.
Most dismissals in an innings (4 and above):
This includes two fivers by Sarfraz in this series. Taufeeq Umer has the most by a non-keeper.
Most dismissals in an match (6 and above):
ABD’s 11 dismissals gives him a share in the world record (with Russell and newcomer Pant). There is also a 10-for by Sarfraz in this series. Taufeeq Umer also has the most by a non-keeper.
Highest dismissal rate (Minimum 20 innings fielded, all instances):
Boucher again heads this list. Younis Khan has the best average by a non-keeper, with Amla having the best by current players.
Overall (see criteria below):
Kallis is the only one who can be called an all-rounder.
Match performance (50 and 5wi):
Here we have the lesser known de Villiers, with the less common double of a fifty and a ten-for.