Worst show by Indian pacers in a T20I at home

Worst economy rates for Indian pacers in a T20I innings when they have bowled more than 10 overs

5 | 11.3 vs South Africa 

Against South Africa in 2012, Indian pacers conceded runs at 11.3 economy rate and picked up just one wicket. They bowled a total of 10 overs.

Earlier this year against Ireland, Indian pacers managed to take just 3 wickets from 14 overs and conceded runs at 11.4 runs per over.

4 | 11.4 vs Ireland

In 2019, Indian pacer conceded runs at 12.2 runs per over from 12 overs. They managed to pick 4 wickets, the most on the list.

3 | 12.2 vs New Zealand

Against Australia at Mohali, Indian pacers conceded runs at 12.5 economy rate from 12 overs. They managed to take just 2 wickets. Also, it is the only home game on the list.

2 | 12.5 vs Australia

Against West Indies in 2016 in Florida, Indian pacers conceded at 13.1 economy rate. They managed just 3 wickets from 13 overs in the losing cause.

1 | 13.1 vs West Indies

This was the second-highest run chase against India in the format. Also, it was Australia's second-highest successful run chase in T20Is.

Run chase record

Bhuvneshwar Kumar conceded 52 runs from his quota of four overs including 16 runs in the penultimate over. This is the first time Bhuvneshwar has conceded more than 50 runs in a T20I.

Worst show for Bhuvi

This was the fifth time Harshal Patel conceded more than 40 runs in a T20I this year. Harshal went for 22 runs in the 18th over which made the run chase easy in last two overs.

Harshal’s bad year

Australia became the first team to win 4 consecutive matches against India -- Guwahati (2017), Vizag (2019), Bangalore (2019), Mohali (2022). All these wins came while chasing.

Australia's big record

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