Since the emergence of the 20-over format, six world cups have been played in the format. There have been several reforms in the format and successively, the game has also improved.
The T20 format was initially considered as the batsman dominating game while bowlers have to be at the receiving end. However, gradually, the bowlers have evolved their tactics and have adapted the game very well.
Here, in this article, we have mentioned the top five bowlers who dominated the match against an opponent during the T20 World Cup 2010 tournament.
5. Scott Styris:
New Zealand cricket Scott Styris started his career as a bowler but switched to being a batsman, who could occasionally bowl, after sustaining a knee injury. He became an integral part of the team in the shorter formats and continued his stint for Blackcaps for over a decade.
In the ICC T20 World Cup 2010, he was the second-highest wicket-taker for New Zealand. He registered his best bowling figure against Zimbabwe at Providence. In the rain-curtailed match, Styris notched three wickets in two overs at the economy rate of 2.50 to enlist his name in this list.