The year 2020 was a year of fast bowlers, not a single spinner in the top five bowlers taking the most wickets (Most Test Wickets in 2020).
In the year 2020, cricket was played very little but despite this, some bowlers made headlines despite having very few opportunities. In the year 2020, if we talk about the bowlers who took the most wickets, then only and only the fast bowlers showed the fire. Let us tell you who are the five bowlers who took the most Test wickets in 2020. (Sincerely-Broad Twitter)
In the year 2020, England's fast bowler Stuart Broad took the most Test wickets. Broad took 38 wickets in 8 Tests. Broad also did 10 wickets in a match. (Sincerely-Stuart Broad Twitter)
New Zealand fast bowler Tim Southee was second with 30 wickets. The Saudi, who completed 300 wickets in the final Test of the year, did two times to take five wickets in the match. Saudi took 30 wickets in just 5 Test matches. (Sincerely-Tim Saudi Instagram)
In the year 2020, Kyle Jameson was the third-highest number of Test wickets. Jameson took 25 wickets in 5 Tests. Jameson, who made his debut against India, impressed everyone with his performance. (Sincerely-Jameson Instagram)
For England England bowler James Anderson, the year 2020 was not so good but despite this, he managed to take 23 wickets. Anderson's best was 5 wickets for 40 runs. At number five was England's only fast bowler Chris Woakes, who took 20 wickets in 6 Tests. Bolt took 20 wickets in 5 matches. (Sincerely-Anderson Instagram)