In India’s domestic franchise league IPL, the brilliance of the batsmen can be seen. The batsman remains prepared to send every ball across the boundary. But, there have been some bowlers in whose overs it is very difficult for the batsmen to steal runs. So, in this article, let us tell you about those 3 bowlers whose economy has been the best in IPL history, that is why they are also called the most miser bowlers.
The record of bowling the most economical bowling so far in IPL history is held in the name of former New Zealand all-rounder Daniel Vettori. He bowled in 27 matches in his career, giving runs at an economy of 6.56 and taking 21 wickets at an average of 33.24.
Anil Kumble’s name is at second place in the list of most economical bowlers of IPL. In 42 matches, he gave runs at an economy of 6.58 and took wickets at an average of 23.51. During this period he took 45 wickets.
The name of Australian star all-rounder Glenn Maxwell comes at third place in this list. He has bowled in 14 matches so far, giving runs at an economy of 6.61 and taking wickets at an average of 29.75. During this period he has taken 12 wickets.
Rashid Khan’s name comes at number four. Afghanistan’s star spin bowler has played 109 matches in the IPL so far, in which he has given runs at an economy of 6.67 and has taken wickets at an average of 20.76. It would not be wrong to say that Rashid is one of the most dangerous spin bowlers in the current IPL.
Muttiah Muralitharan, who took 63 wickets in 66 matches, is at 5th place in the list of bowlers who have bowled most economically in IPL. In the IPL, he gave runs at an economy of 6.68 and took wickets at an average of 26.92.