Pathetic Display 

Indian bowlers failed to defend a score of 208/6 against Australia in the first T20I in Mohali on September 20 (Tuesday). 

Death Overs problem 

In 2022, Indian bowlers have struggled to stem the flow of runs in death overs. As a result, India have consistently failed to defend targets. 

Let's take a look at the record of Indian fast bowlers in death overs (16-20) this year (2022). 


In nine innings, Arshdeep Singh has bagged 10 wickets at an economy rate of 6.70 in death overs. 

Arshdeep Singh 

In 13 innings, Bhuvneshwar Kumar has bagged 13 wickets at a disappointing economy rate of 10.73 in death overs. 

Bhuvneshwar Kumar 

In 14 innings, Harshal Patel has bagged eight wickets at a dismal economy rate of 11.68 in death overs. 

Harshal Patel 

In one innings, Shardul Thakur has bagged two wickets at an economy rate of 5.50 in death overs. 

Shardul Thakur

In four innings, Hardik Pandya has bagged one wicket at an economy rate of 10.25 in death overs. 

Hardik Pandya 

In seven innings, Avesh Khan has failed to bag even a single wicket but has conceded runs at an economy rate of 18 in death overs. 

Avesh Khan 

In two innings, Jasprit Bumrah hasn't bagged a wicket yet in death overs in T20I and boats an economy rate of 10 in that phase. 

Jasprit Bumrah 

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