5 most expensive spells in T20 Internationals

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5 most expensive spells in T20 internationals

In this screen, we are looking at five most expensive spells in Twenty 20 International cricket.

If it’s a Twenty20 match, I’d desire to be bat first!” – I’m sure this is something most cricketers in the earth would say as in this format the bowling can make even the best of bowlers look worse than part-timers.

In this thread, let’s hold a look at which the five most expensive spells in T20Is happen. The list contains, rather surprisingly, four strike bowlers and one good all-rounder, which tells us that in a Twenty20 game.

5. Mashrafe Mortaza – vs. Pakistan at Dhaka, 30th March 2014

Bangladesh was playing against Pakistan at their home-ground in Dhaka. Pakistan won the toss and elected the bat first. Mortaza began the bowling and bowled a more than nice first over, the initial of the innings, in which he gave off just five runs.


In his second over, Ahmed Shehzad, the bright Pakistan opener, split into him and crashed three boundaries and a six, earning 18 off it. 23 off couple overs now, that was still not too bad, but the critical was yet to come.He was taken off following his second over and then took back by captain Mushfiqur Rahim near the 16th over of the innings. Therefore again, Shehzad made two boundaries of him and more fooled him by quick footwork into bowling a large leg-side wide that cost 5, delivering it 16 off the over. But it meant his last over, the 19th of the innings. That showed to be the expensive, wherever Shehzad, who’d by instantly fallen in love with Mashrafe’s bowling, kicked him for a four and a six, and Shahid Afridi, who became in to bat in just the earlier over, Made the energetic two large sixes, one off a free hit too, to plunder 24 off the over.
The result was – a spell of 4 wicket-less overs for 63.

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