There is a limit to stinginess! Champion bowler included in the record book of T20 WC

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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India changed the course of the T20 World Cup final match in the last four overs.The South African team missed out on the title despite being on the path to victory.Jasprit Bumrah and Hardik Pandya played crucial roles in the end.

New Delhi. The great Kumbh of T20 World Cup 2024 is now over. The Indian team is preparing to return home with the trophy. The ICC trophy is coming to India after 13 years. After a wait of 17 years, India has won the T20 World Cup title. In such a situation, now it is time to look at the record book. Many new records have been made during this World Cup. The world has now got the new most economical bowler in the World Cup of the shortest format of the game. This world champion bowler is from the Indian team that defeated South Africa. Yes, we are talking about Jasprit Bumrah. Bumrah has become the bowler who has given runs with the lowest economy in a single World Cup.

Jasprit Bumrah Jassi played a total of eight matches in this T20 World Cup. During this, he took 15 wickets. Jassi bowled about 30 overs in the World Cup and conceded 178 runs. His economy rate during the entire tournament was 4.17. In the semi-finals, he took three wickets for just seven runs against England, which was his best performance in the tournament.

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Vanindu Hasaranga: Before Jasprit Bumrah, Sri Lanka's Wanindu Hasaranga was number-1 in the category of most economical bowlers in the history of T20 World Cup. During the T20 World Cup 2021, Hasaranga gave runs at an economy of 5.21. That is, he gave an average of 5 runs in every over of that World Cup. Then he took 16 wickets in eight matches.

Shahid Afridi: Now Pakistan's Shahid Afridi has slipped to third place in this list. During this World Cup played in England, Afridi gave runs at an economy rate of 5.32. He also took 13 wickets.

Daniel Vettori: New Zealand's Daniel Vettori is also not far behind Afridi in this matter. His economy rate during one edition of the T20 World Cup has been 5.33. He took 11 wickets in the T20 World Cup 2007 played in South Africa.

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