Mohammad Irfan bowls most economical spell in T20 cricket. Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Irfan currently breaks world record for the most economical bowling spell in T20 history cricket while playing for Barbados Tridents in the Caribbean Premier League 2018.
Mohammad Irfan bowls most economical spell in T20 cricket
The 36-year-old took two wickets and conceded just one run from his maximum four overs against St Kitts and Nevis Patriots in Bridgetown on Saturday. His record-breaking spell, the Patriots chased down their target of 148 with seven balls to spare to win by six wickets.
Irfan bowled 23 dot balls before leaking a single off his 24th and final delivery, finishing with figures of 4-3-1-2. His victims included the swashbuckling hitters Chris Gayle and Evin Lewis.
Mohammad Irfan’s figures: 4-3-1-2 😯
— ICC (@ICC) August 26, 2018
— CPL T20 (@CPL) August 25, 2018
His economy rate of 0.25 beat the previous four-over best of 0.5 bowled by Chris Morris for the Cape Cobras in South Africa’s Ram Slam in November 2014.
Morris notched up figures of 4-3-2-2 for the Cape Cobras in South Africa’s Ram Slam in November 2014 while Chanaka Welegedara’s numbers were 4-2-2-4 for Tamil Union in Sri Lanka during April 2015.