Most Bowlers do not enjoy bowling in the death overs as they have big chances of their figures getting destroyed but some players have mastered the art of death bowling. The bowlers will need a lot of variations to cope up with the batsmen and keep their guessing.
It is one of the toughest things in cricket, and only a few bowlers have been very successful in keeping the batsmen quiet in the death overs. They have to get their yorkers right or they are likely to get punished by the bowlers. Here are 4 players with the most number of ODI wickets in death overs since 2017.
4 Players With Most ODI Wickets In Death Overs Since 2017:
The Indian medium-pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar holds the fourth position in the list of bowlers with the most ODI wickets in death overs since 2017. The right-arm bowler swings the ball both ways in the powerplay and he is also utilized at the back end of the innings with his knuckleballs, slower ones, and his yorkers.
Bhuvneshwar has taken 31 wickets in the death overs since 2017 and he had to miss out on a lot of games due to injury after that. His economy rate has been decent enough with 7.23 in the death overs and he still is one of the most underrated death bowlers in the world.