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T20 World Cup finals are always high pressure games and playing under so much pressure is not everyone’s cup of tea. Bowling a maiden in a T20 match is a very difficult task but some legends did it in the T20 World Cup finals. So in this article we will see bowlers who bowled a maiden over in the T20 World Cup finals.

  1. The first bowler on our list is former Indian right-arm pacer and two-time world champion Sreesanth, who bowled a maiden over in the 2007 World Cup final against Pakistan. India won the World Cup.
  2. Second on our list is former Pakistan left-arm fast bowler Mohammad Amir, who bowled a maiden over in the final of the 2009 T20 World Cup against Sri Lanka. Pakistan won that match and eventually the trophy.
  3. Third on our list is the Sri Lankan all-rounder, Angelo Mathews, who bowled a maiden over in the final of the 2012 T20 World Cup against the West Indies. West Indies won the trophy in 2012.
  4. Fourth on our list is the former West Indies spinner, Samuel Badree, who bowled a maiden over in the final against England in the 2016 World Cup. West Indies won that match and they won their second T20 World Cup.
  5. The last player on our list is none other than England wrist spinner, Adil Rashid, who bowled stunningly in the knockouts in the T20 World Cup 2022, but talking about finals. Adil Rashid bowled a maiden over where he also took the big wicket of captain Babar Azam. Rashid’s maiden against Pakistan in the 2022 World Cup helped England win the World Cup.

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