Al-Amin Featuring in Top T-20 Bowlers List

Al-Amin Featuring in Top T-20 Bowlers List

These days spinners are getting more advantages in the T20 games; that’s why captains are often seeing giving the new ball to the spinners; but there are some fast bowler who can deliver wickets from the beginning of the innings.

Most of the time in a T20 game the wicket produce some advantages for the batsman; that’s why captains use pace of the ball as the new weapon.

And on the basis of bowling average Bangladeshi fast bowler Al-Amin Hossain is featuring in top 5 T-20 bowlers. Let’s have a look who else featuring this list –

Ahsan Malik (Netherlands): 26 years old pace bowler have played 28 T-20 matches, picking up 43 wickets. He has a economy rate of 7.33.


His bowling average is 14.81 which is by far the best average in T-20 cricket, which keeps him in the top of the list. His career best bowling figure is 19/5.

Al-Amin Hossain (Bangladesh): Bangladeshi pace-machine Al-Amin Hossain started his career with test match in 2013; but so far he is the most successful bowler in T-20 for Bangladesh.


Featuring in 25 T-20 matches for Bangladesh he picked up 39 wickets with an average of 15.17. He has great control over his line and length and proved himself useful towards the death overs.

His bowling economy rate is 7.46; he became the best bowler in Asia Cup 2016. Also he was the best bowler for Bangladesh in World T-20 2014.

Hamid Khan (Afghanistan): The Afghan pace bowler played 22 matches in which he picked up 32 wickets with an average of 16.34. His bowling economy is quite satisfactory (6.56). The 29 years old pace-man’s career best bowling figure is 4/22.


Kevin O’brien (Ireland): The experienced Irish all-rounder have played 51 T-20 matches; among which he picked up 45 wickets with an economy rate of 6.55. His bowling average is 16.66. His best bowling figure 3/8.


Umar Gul (Pakistan): It won’t be wrong if someone says he is ideal of T-20 pace bowling. The Pakistani fast-bowler staying in number 5 in the list.


The experienced Pace-Machine played 60 matches for Pakistan among which he picked up 85 wickets with an average of 16.97. His economy rate is


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