The formation of ODIs dates back to the 1970s. It is one of the three formats of Cricket to attract a large audience. Afghanistan cricket team played its first ODI match in February 2012 against Pakistan at the grounds of Sharjah Cricket stadium. Since then, the Afghanistan cricket team has played 129 ODI games.

In cricket, the bowling figure is the measure of summarizing the bowler’s performance. It tells the number of overs bowled by a bowler in an ODI match and how many of them were maiden overs. It also tells us about the number of runs conceded and the number of wickets taken by the bowler. With the help of the Bowling figure, we can determine the bowling economy of a particular bowler

The Article below tells us about the Best bowling figures of Afghanistan bowlers in ODI.

1. Rashid Khan

Rashid Khan Armaan is a right-handed batter and leg-break googly bowler on the Afghanistan cricket team. He made his ODI debut on October18, 2015, against Zimbabwe at Bulawayo. He holds the record for the youngest captain to captain an ODI team. On June 9, 2017, Rashid Khan bowled a magnificent spell of 8.4 overs against the West Indies at Gros Islet. He took seven wickets and conceded 18 runs in this match with a bowling economy of 2.07. It is the best bowling figure by any Afghanistan bowler in an ODI inning.

2. Gulbadin Naib

Gulbadin Naib is a right-hand batter and right-arm medium-fast bowler on the Afghanistan cricket team. He is a batting allrounder who made his ODI debut against Canada in Toronto on August 9, 2011. On May 21, 2019, in an ODI match between Afghanistan and Ireland, Gulbadin Naib took six wickets for 43 runs. He bowled 9.2 overs with an economy of 4.60. It has been recorded as the second-best bowling figure by a captain in an ODI inning.

3. Rahmat Shah

Rahmat shah Zurmatai is a right-hand batter and leg-break googly bowler. Rahmat Shah is an allrounder and the Afghanistan cricket team who made his ODI debut against Scotland in Sharjah on March 06, 2013. Rahmat Shah has the third-best bowling figure for Afghanistan in an ODI match. On May 02, 2014, he secured five wickets in 5.3 overs against UAE and Kuala Lumpur stadium. He conceded 32 runs that match in bowling economy of 5.81.

4. Hamid Hasan

Hamid Hasan is a former right-arm Afghanistan cricket team bowler. He made his ODI debut against Scotland at Benoni on April 19, 2009. On December 04, 2014, against UAE Amir bowled 10 overs and bagged five wickets at the grounds of Dubai stadium. Keyboard one made in over you can see it only 45 runs in the boiling economy of 4.5.

5. Mujeeb Ur Rahman

Mujeeb Ur Rahman is a right-hand batter and right-arm off-break bowler on the Afghanistan cricket team. He made his ODI debut for Afghanistan against Ireland at Sharjah on December 5, 2017. He has the 7th best bowling economy in Afghanistan with an economy of 3.97. On February 16, 2018, Mujeeb bowled 1ten overs picking five wickets against Zimbabwe at the Sharjah stadium. He became the youngest player to get a five-wicket haul. He conceded 50 runs at the bowling economy of 5.0.

6. Amir Hamza Hotak

Amir Hamza Hotak was a right-hand better and slow left-arm orthodox bowler on the Afghanistan cricket team. He was a Bowling all-rounder who made his ODI debut on February 10, 2012, against Pakistan at Sharjah stadium, UAE. He holds the fifth rank for the best bowling economy in Afghanistan. He has an economy of 3.92. On December 25, 2015, Amir took four wickets against Zimbabwe charges stadium in his spell of 7.5 overs. He considered only 17 runs and bowled two Maiden overs making a bowling economy of 2.17.

7. Dawlat Zadran

Dawlat Zadran is a former right-hand batter and right-arm medium-fast bowler on the Afghanistan cricket team. He made his ODI debut against Canada in King City on August 07, 2011. On October 24, 2015, against Zimbabwe, Zadran got his best bowling figure in his ODI career. He took four wickets in his eight overs, conceding only 22 runs at Bulawayo stadium. He had a bowling economy of 2.75.

8. Shapoor Zadraan

Shapoor Zadraan is a former Afghanistan left-arm fast-medium bowler who made his ODI debut against the Netherlands at Amstelveen Stadium on August 30, 2009. Shapoor marked the best bowling figure of his ODI career in his debut match by picking up four wickets. He conceded only 24 runs in 10 overs with two maidens and a bowling economy of 2.40.

9. Aftab Alam

Aftab Alam is a former right-arm medium-fast bowler in the Afghanistan cricket team. He made his ODI debut against Canada at Sharjah stadium on February 16, 2010. The former also played for Afghanistan under-19 cricket team. On March 08, 2019, against Ireland at Dehradun, Aftab took four wickets in his eight overs. He bowled two maiden overs and gave only 25 runs. He had a bowling economy of 3.12 in that match.

10. Mohammad Nabi

Mohammad Nabi is an allrounder in the Afghanistan cricket team. He is a right-hand batter and right-arm off-break bowler who made his ODI debut against Scotland at Benoni on April 19, 2009. Mohammed Nabi bowled nine overs against Ireland in Greater Noida on March 22, 2017. He took four wickets and conceded 30 runs with a bowling economy of 3.33.