Players with most wickets in death overs in T20 World Cups

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Players with most wickets in death overs in T20 World Cups

Death overs are always very crucial for both the teams in T20 cricket. Every team looks to find a bowler who is so called known as death overs specialist. It is now a very common thing for teams to include a death overs bowler who can take wickets with his variations and skills. In this article we will tell you top 5 players with most wickets in death overs in T20 World Cups.

#5 Chris Jordan

England’s right arm medium fast bowler, Chris Jordan is one of the best death overs specialists in the World. He took 15 wickets in death overs in his T20 World Cups career.

#4 Dwayne Bravo

Former West Indies right arm medium fast bowler, Dwyane Bravo was one of the best T20 bowlers in the world. Bravo was successful because of his variations in his pace. His slow Yorkers were his biggest weapon. He took 15 wickets in death overs of T20 World Cups.

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#3 Lasith Malinga

Former Sri Lankan legendary fast bowler, Lasith Malinga was one of the most deadliest bowlers in the history of the game. His accurate yorkers were his biggest strength and his unplayable action and speed was his biggest power. Malinga took 16 death overs wickets in his T20 World Cups career.

#2 Umar Gul

Former Pakistani right arm fast bowler, Umar Gul is among highest wicket takers in the history of T20 World Cups. He was Pakistan’s T20 cricket specialist. Umar Gul took 17 wickets in death overs of T20 World Cups.

Also Read: Bowling Records of ICC Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup

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#1 Saeed Ajmal

It is very shocking to see a spinner in the death overs stat. but this tells you a lot about Saeed Ajmal and what kind of a bowler he was. Saeed Ajmal took 23 wickets in death overs of T20 World Cups. He is highest wicket taker in death overs of the T20 World Cups.

Anay Pareek joined Sports Big News in 2019. He is an avid cricket fan who finds deep joy in the intricacies of the game. Through his keen observation and deep appreciation for cricket, he aims to incorporate the same level of accuracy in his writings. He predominantly covers the IPL, World Cup and cricket leagues.