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5 best bowling figures by Indian bowlers in T20Is

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763   //    12 Jan 2019, 15:01 IST

Kuldeep and Chahal's spin bowling duo has proved to be the main pillar for India in T20Is.
Kuldeep and Chahal's spin bowling duo has proved to be the main pillar for India in T20Is.

T20 as a competition of bat and ball, has completely become a batsman-dominated game today. The two prime reasons for it is smaller grounds and the flat pitches laid out on them. The reduction in the size of the grounds has proved to be a negative change for the bowlers as they can now get easily hammered for a six.

The bowling department is the one which has to face major problems, especially in the format of T20. However, it also depends on the talent and skills of the bowler. The bowler must be smart enough to select his line and length according to the batsmen’s playing technique. India has been lucky to have several sharp-minded bowlers in their team.

Currently, the spin duo of Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal has been at the top of the world. They have completely outwitted each and every batsman with their wrist spin.

They have even registered their names in the top 5 bowling spells by an Indian bowler in T20s. Such top 5 spells are as follows:

#5 Barinder Sran (4 overs - 0 maiden - 10 runs - 4 wickets)

Barinder Sran grabbed 4 wickets against Zimbabwe by just conceding 10 runs.
Barinder
Sran
 grabbed 4 wickets against Zimbabwe by just conceding 10 runs.

The 26-year-old left arm pacer of India, Barinder Sran made an eye-catching debut in international cricket two and a half years ago. Sran played his first-ever international T20I match against Zimbabwe on 20th June 2016. After his first T20I match only, he made a roaring entry into the books of records because of his economic bowling spell.

Barinder holds the record for the best bowling figures by an Indian debutant in T20Is. With his quick left-arm bowling action, Sran dismissed 4 batsmen by just conceding 10 runs in his 4 overs. 

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