John Traicos (Zimbabwe): 10-4-16-0 vs England at Albury on 18th March 1992
It was the League Stage game in the 1992 Cricket World Cup (35th match). After England sent the Zimbabwean side to bat first, the Zimbabwe team was all-out for just 134 runs (46.1 overs). While only the skipper Dave Houghton (29) and Iain Butchart (24) reached the 20-run mark in that innings, England bowlers Ian Botham (3/23) and Richard Illingworth (3/33) both picked up three wickets each.
In reply, Zimbabwean right-arm pacer Eddo Brandes’ incredible bowling performance helped the Zimbabwe team to snatch a stunning nine-run victory in that game after bundling out the English side for just 125 runs (49.1 overs). The off-spinner John Traicos also played the economical role in that game as he had the bowling figures of 10-4-16-0 with an economy rate of 1.60.