Australia quick bowler Mitchell Starc on Tuesday displaced England's quick bowler Jofra Archer to turn into the leading wicket-taker in the ongoing ICC Men's Cricket World Cup.
Starc entered the Lord's Cricket Ground with 15 wickets added to his repertoire. The 29-year-old scalped four England wickets – Joe Root, Eoin Morgan, Ben Stokes, and Adil Rashid – to take his count to 19 wickets in the competition up until this point.
Starc came back with the figures of 4-43 against England. The Australia quick bowler was the joint most noteworthy wicket-taker in the 2015 release with New Zealand's Trent Boult. Both settled with 22 wickets.
England's Jofra Archer (16), Pakistan's Mohammad Amir (15), New Zealand's Lockie Ferguson (14) and England's Mark Wood (13) complete the main five wicket-takers' rundown.
Protecting heroes Australia have turned into the primary group to enter the semi-finals of the World Cup after it vanquished England by 64 runs.
The hosts of the competition need to win their staying two matches against India and New Zealand, individually, to enter the thump out stage. In the event that England figures out how to win one match from their two installations, the fortunes of the group will rely upon different outcomes in the competition.
Australia sits in the top position on the World Cup standings with 12 points from seven matches. Australia will next interpretation of New Zealand on June 29 at the Lord's.