Worst economy rate on ODI debut for India (5-plus overs)

An unfortunate list for Indian bowlers

Mhambrey leaked runs at 7.7 runs per over. He bowled nine overs, picked up two wickets and conceded 69 runs against England in 1996.

Paras Mhambrey 

The pacer leaked 63 runs from 8 overs against South Africa in 2010 at 7.9 runs per over.

Abhimanyu Mithun 

Son of legendary Vinoo Mankad, Ashok conceded 47 runs from 5.5 overs he bowled at an economy rate of 8.05 in 1974. He managed to pick up one wicket of England skipper. It was the first and last ODI he played.

Ashok Mankad 

Dube made his ODI debut against West Indies in 2019. Dube conceded 68 runs in his 7.5 overs at an economy rate of 6.7.

Shivam Dube 

The Indore-born pacer leaked runs at an economy rate of 9 runs per over. Avesh conceded 54 runs from his 6 overs and did not bowl his full quota of overs.

Avesh Khan

Avesh turned out to be the weak link in India's bowling lineup. Shardul Thakur was expensive as well but he picked up three wickets.

Weak link 

Earlier this year, Avesh made his T20I debut against West Indies as well. He remained wicketless there as well, conceding 42 runs from 4 overs.

Similar T20I debut 

Avesh was the most expensive Indian bowler in IPL 2022 mega auction. His services were acquired by Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) for Rs 10 crore after a bidding war with Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH).

Big money in IPL 2022 

Earlier, Avesh had his best IPL season with Delhi Capitals (DC) taking 24 wickets from 16 games.

Best IPL season 

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