Basil Thampi’s bowling figures are the most expensive in the history of the Indian Premier League. IPL is a tournament where heroes are created, but it is also the place where villains are created. We have prepared a list that shows the top 5 worst figures in the IPL for the matches in the finals.
Here is the list of bowlers who have conceded the most runs in one inning of an IPL match:
1. Basil Thampi:
Despite the fact that Basil Thampi is still considered one of the world’s most expensive bowlers, he played for Hyderabad Sunrisers at the time. In a match against RCB on 17th May 2018, which ended in a tie, Basil conceded 70 runs in four overs, a total that cost the team the match. In the history of the IPL, this bowling stint at Chinnaswamy Stadium remains the most expensive bowling stint.
2. Mujeeb Ur Rahman:
Mujeeb Ur Rahman, a bowler from Kings XI Punjab and a Bangladesh international, has one of the most costly bowling performances in his name.
It is true that in the match against SRH in the 2019 season of IPL, he conceded a total of 66 runs in four overs. At Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium was the venue where the match took place.
3. Ishant Sharma:
An expensive bowling performance from the player of the Sunrisers Hyderabad team. It has been reported that Indian international bowler Ishant Sharma has been listed as having the worst bowling performance this year. It so happens that in the match against CSK during the 2013 Indian Premier League, Ishant Sharma conceded 66 runs in 4 overs without claiming any wickets. At the time, the match was taking place at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium.
4. Umesh Yadav:
A bowler from India named Umesh Yadav stands in the fourth position on this list. It was during the 2013 season of the Indian Premier League that he conceded a total of 65 runs in four overs without taking a wicket for his team, Delhi Capitals. There was a match between RCB and this match was played at Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium on the 10th May 2013, and it was against the RCB team. During this innings from Umesh Yadav, the IPL will remain as the worst in its history. As a result of his bowling performance, he has improved greatly and is one of the match winners for the Royal Challengers Bangalore team.
5. Sandeep Sharma:
It was on the 14th of May 2014 that the 5th-best bowling performance in the history of the IPL took place. This was from a bowler named Sandeep Sharma, who is a member of the Kings XI Punjab. As a result of the match between SRH and him at Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, he conceded a total of 65 runs in 4 overs, and also took a wicket during the match.
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