ZIM vs BAN, third T20I: Nasum Ahmed leaked 34 runs whereas bowling to Ryan Burl within the match towards Zimbabwe on Tuesday at Harare Sports activities Membership.
Nasum Ahmed of Bangladesh. Courtesy: Reuters
- Nasum Ahmed gave 34 runs towards Zimbabwe in Harare
- Nasum conceded 40 runs off 2 overs within the third T20I
- Zimbabwe scored 156 in 20 overs after opting to bat first
Bangladesh’s Nasum Ahmed has bowled the second-most costly over within the historical past of T20Is. The left-armer conceded 34 runs whereas bowling to Ryan Burl through the third T20I towards Zimbabwe on Tuesday, August 2 on the Harare Sports activities Membership.
Nasum, who was glorious on the tour of West Indies, leaked 5 6s and one boundary within the fifteenth over after the hosts opted to bat first within the decider. Nasum bowled solely two overs through which he gave away 40 runs at an financial system fee of 20.
Nasum wasn’t introduced again into the assault after the large over the place Burl went berserk. Burl went on to attain a half-century off 24 balls and completed with a 28-ball knock of 54 with the assistance of two fours and as many as six sixes.
On the again of his knock, Zimbabwe, captained by left-handed batter Sean Ervine, scored 156 for eight of their 20 overs.
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Nasum, within the meantime, joined India’s Shivam because the second-most costly bowler in T20Is. Again on February 2, 2022, Dube conceded 34 runs in a T20I towards New Zealand at Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui. Tim Seifert and Ross Taylor took the pacer to the cleaners.
The document for the most costly over is being held by England’s Stuart Broad and Sri Lanka’s Akila Dananjaya. Broad conceded 36 runs towards India within the T20 World Cup 2007 at Kingsmead in Durban whereas bowling to Yuvraj Singh.
Dananjaya, then again, leaked as many runs whereas bowling to former West Indies skipper Kieron Pollard again in March 2021. Curiously, Dananjaya additionally picked up a hat-trick in that sport.
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