Generally, T20 matches are seen for powerful hitting and smashing huge sixes by batsmen and bowlers are scapegoats who get smashed for boundaries one by one. However, some blowers remained very impressive in this exciting format of cricket. If we talk about international T20 matches then we have Indian Bhuvneshwar Kumar who tops the list of blowers bowling the most economical spell ever in an international T20 match. He once bowled 3 overs against West Indies and gave away only 3 runs. On the second spot we have Srilanka’s magic spinner, Ajantha Mendis who once bowled four overs and conceded only 8 runs with 6 wickets and 2 maidens.
Recently, Quetta Gladiators' spinner Mohammad Nawaz also achieved his career best figure by bowling 20 dot balls in a domestic T20 match and he bowled the most economical four-over spell in the Pakistan Super League history. Nawaz conceded only just four runs in his quota of four overs and took two wickets while one of his four overs was a maiden.