Top 5 worst bowling figures in a T20I
Updated - Dec 27, 2014 10:07 am
Top 5 worst bowling figures in a T20I: Twenty20 is considered to be a format for the batsmen. Bowlers are usually taken for runs at an economy of at least 7 to 8 runs an over, but sometimes the batsmen go blistering all round the park and the bowler finds everything going against his way. They end up giving huge amount of runs from their allotted overs, prompting the batsmen of his team to go all-out on the opposition to chase the target.
Let us have a look at the Top 5 worst bowling figures in a T20I:
5. Rubel Hossain (Bangladesh): 4-0-63-2 vs West Indies, 2012
Fourth in the list of the bowlers with worst bowling figures in a T20 International is the Bangladeshi seamer, Rubel Hossain. He took 2 wickets in the Only T20I against West Indies, in Dhaka but went on to concede 63 runs from his 4 overs. Bangladesh replied strongly but lost the match by 18 runs.