Hope you have seen Part 1.
Continuing with individual performances in Bowling:
Most wickets (20 and above):
The Karnataka pair of Srinath and Kumble lead.
No one has more than one 5-for. Srinath and Southee have two 4-fors.
Southee (30) and Boult (24) have the most wickets amongst current players.
Best innings bowling (including all instances of 5wi):
SE Bond has the best figures of 6-19, during his relatively short career. No good individual performance in this series, although Boult had 5-21 in 2019.
Bowling averages (Min 1000 balls, all instances):
Southee is the only current player here, though close to the bottom.
Srinath and Hadlee have the best bowling averages.
Hadlee and Kapil have the best economy rates.
Srinath and Nehra (!) have the best strike rates.
Most dismissals (12 and above):
The forgotten NR Mongia has the most dismissals (36) and most stumpings (12).
However McCullum (25) has the most catches by a keeper, followed by Mongia and Dhoni with 24 each.
R Taylor (19) has the most catches by a fielder, followed by SP Fleming (18).
Most dismissals in innings (4 and above):
The record is 5 dismissals, while a number of fielders have taken 4 catches. The only such instance recently was KD Karthik’s 4 catches as a keeper in 2019.
Best dismissal rate (Min 20 innings, 0.500):
NR Mongia leads again. Vengsarkar (!) has the highest dismissal rate among fielders.
Overall all-round performance (see criterion in table):
While notable all-rounders such as Kapil, Hadlee and Vettori have played in these matches, the only one with a creditable record is the “bits-and-pieces” all-rounder CZ Harris.
All-round match performance (Min 40 runs and 4 innings):
Another surprise: the only such performance is the unheralded K Srikkanth, whose bowling ability seems to have been a well-kept secret. His 70 and 5-27 back in 1988-89 was probably India’s best all-round feat in ODIs against all countries at that time.