Death Bowling is an art in T20I cricket. It requires a special skill set and mental strength to be able to deliver the most crunch period of the game. Overs 16-20 is a period in the format here the batsman is trying to hit every ball for a four or six and maximize the run-scoring opportunity. In that phase, if you give less than seven runs an over, you are considered to be a good death bowler.
With another edition of the T20I cricket world cup approaching, we begin our build-up by looking at the best economies in T20Is in death overs since 2016 having bowled a minimum of 250 balls in the meantime.
Best Economy In Death Overs In T20Is Since 2016
Rashid Khan- 7.25
Rashid Khan boasts of an economy of 7.27 during death overs in T20Is since 2016. He is in the top 5 bowlers in the ICC rankings for the shortest format of the game. He plays around different T20 leagues all across the globe and have mastered the art of death bowling. For Sunrisers Hyderabad in the IPL, he almost defended three to win his team in the Super Over. Since 2016, Rashid has 93 wickets in the format.