Best bowling economy recorded in T20 World Cup 2022

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Best bowling economy in T20 World Cup 2022

Best bowling economy recorded in T20 World Cup 2022: Bowlers of all teams did a brilliant job in restricting the opponent to modest scores, as a result we just saw some couple of 200-run game, but as the game wrapped up, everyone start discussing about batters and forgot the impact of a bowler.

In today’s piece, we will look at the best bowling economy recorded in T20 World Cup 2022

Best bowling economy recorded in T20 World Cup 2022 (minimum 5 matches)

  1. Naseem Shah – Pakistan

Matches played – 6

Overs Bowled – 22

Wickets – 3

Economy – 22

The 19-year-old bowler, who made a dream entry into the world cricket by removing top-class batter Kl Rahul as his first dismissal during the Asia Cup Clash in 2022.

Naseem maintained his from in the World Cup too, and has so far bowled 22 overs in 6 games he featured in. He took 3 while maintaining an average of 6.00

  1. Tim Pringle – Netherlands

Matches played – 6

Overs Bowled – 17

Wickets – 3

Economy – 6.00

Another young guy, this time not from so popular team, Netherlands. Tim Pringle showed his skills in the marquee event and instantly became talk of the town with his impressive performances in the tournament.

His team also reached the Super 12 stage and has defeated the mighty South Africa in their final Super 12 match to knock them out of the competition.

Pringle bowled 20 overs in the marquee event and picked 6 wickets while giving runs with an economy of just 6.00.

  1. Mustafizur Rahman – Bangladesh

Matches played – 5

Overs Bowled – 20.0

Wickets – 3

Economy – 5.60

The left-arm fast bowler, Mustafizur Rahman was like the lone warrior in the bowling department of team Bangladesh in the tournament.

The Tigers, who remained alive in the competition till their game has witnessed some of the finest performances from Mustafizur, as the experienced bowler has bowled 20 overs in 5 games and also picked 3 wickets while giving runs just at an economy of 5.60.

  1. Anrich Nortje – South Africa

Matches played – 5

Overs Bowled – 17.3

Wickets – 11

Economy – 5.37

The unplayable bowler in some of the games, South Africa’s Nortje deserved to be at first place in the list but as we are analysing in a minimum 5 games play, he came at second.

The right-arm speedster has scalped eleven wickets in the tournament while giving runs at an average of 5.37.

His best performance was against Pakistan, where he bagged 4 wickets.

  1. Iftikhar Ahmed – Pakistan 

Matches played – 6

Overs Bowled – 3

Wickets – 1

Economy – 5.00

Iftikhar Ahmed, however, bowled just 3 overs in the tournament. But in a game he bowled deserved a round of applause.

The crucial member of team Pakistan took the ball in his hands in a do or die game against Bangladesh and picked 1 wicket by giving just 15 in 3 overs to maintain a 5.00 economy.

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