Pakistani all-rounder Imad Wasim is the eighth Pakistani bowler to say 50 wickets within the shortest format of the sport.
The left arm spinner took two wickets within the second T20 in opposition to England to finish his half-century wickets. Imad sacked Jason Roy, 10, and Dawid Malan, 1 within the first 15 balls of the sport to provide Pakistan an early breakthrough.
Wasim is simply 4 wickets behind Sohail Tanvir, who took 54 T20 wickets. Wasim’s 50 wickets achieved a mean of 23.06 and a financial savings fee of 6.40 in 51 video games.
He began his profession in 2015 and has thrown 180 overs and given 1153 runs with the perfect bowling numbers of 5/14 in opposition to the West Indies.
Its financial system fee is the second lowest amongst Pakistani bowlers who decide up a minimum of 50 wickets, and solely former spinner Saeed Ajmal has a greater financial system fee of 6.36, in response to a report.