Lesser know T20 World Cup bowler leaves Jasprit Bumrah, Shaheen Afridi, Starc, Cummins and other bowlers behind, creates


He completed his four-over spell with figures of two/4, conceding at an financial system fee of simply 1 run per over.

Uganda spinner Frank Nsubuga recorded probably the most economical spell in T20 World Cup historical past throughout the sport in opposition to Papua New Guinea in Providence, Guyana, on Thursday. The 43-year-old completed his four-over spell with figures of two/4, conceding runs at an financial system fee of simply 1 run per over.

Previously, the perfect financial system fee within the event was registered earlier within the event by South Africa’s Ottniel Baartman in opposition to Sri Lanka.

Opting to bowl first after profitable the toss, Uganda dismissed half the PNG aspect for below 50 within the eleventh over. Nsubuga took the wickets of middle-order batters, his first sufferer was Charles Amini, clear bowled for five, adopted by dismissing Hiri Hiri (15) lbw. Uganda ultimately bowled out PNG for 77 runs in 19.1 overs.

Most economical bowling figures in T20 World Cups:

– Frank Nsubuga (Uganda) – (2/4) – Economy fee – 1.00

– Ottneil Baartman (South Africa) – (1/9) – Economy fee – 2.25

– Juma Miyaji (Uganda) – (1/8) – Economy fee – 2.6

– Dipendra Airee (Nepal) – (1/6) – Economy fee – 3.00

– Faf du Plessis (South Africa) – (0/3) – Economy fee – 3.00

Nilesh Desai
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