T20 cricket world cup is coming soon. Most teams are playing bilateral series these days and are preparing for the major upcoming ICC tournament. The fans love this format the most and they too are super excited for the tournament to start. The tournament will start on March 11 and will be played across 8 states in India. Cricket world cup live streaming will be broadcasted by the Star network in both Hindi and English across various channels of theirs. T20 cricket world cup 2016 live streaming 2016 will also be done on internet.Though T20 is a format which favours the batsmen the most, but bowlers play a key role in restricting the batsmen and it is often the bowlers who win the match for their team with some wonderful spells. So let us now take a look at the top 5 bowlers with 5 wicket hail in T20 cricket.
Names of Top 5 Bowlers with 5 Wicket Haul in T20 Cricket
In the fifth edition of the World T20 in Bangladesh in 2014, Rangana Herath just blew the New Zealanders away with his terrific display of spin bowling as he destroyed the New Zealand batting attack with his spell of 5 wickets in 3.3 overs by giving away just 3 runs. He is one of the best bowlers who took 5 wickets in a T20 match.
He took 5 wickets against West Indies in just 3.5 overs and gave away just 19 runs in May 2010. He is one of the few bowlers who took 5 wickets in a T20 match.
Tim Southee gave 18 runs and took 5 wickets against Pakistan in Auckland in 2010. He is one of the few bowlers who took 5 wickets in a T20 match. Also Read-: Best Coaches Indian Team ever Had,
Ajantha M3ndis is the only bowler who has achieved this feat of taking 5 wickets ion an innings in a T20 match twice. He achieved it once against Australia and other time against Zimbabwe. He took 6 wickets against Australia giving away 16 runs while on the other hand he took 6 wickets against Zimbabwe giving only 8 runs. He is one of the best 5 wicket takers in T20 match. Get to know about best 5 Batsmen in T20 Cricket History.
He was the first bowler to have 5 wicket haul in T20 cricket. His achievement also came against the New Zealanders in the second edition of the World T20 in England in 2009. He broke the back of the New Zealand batting with a spell of 5 wickets in just 3 overs, giving away just 6 runs in the process.