When we talk about the bowler’s performance in any form of cricket, their bowling economy is a significant marker. Besides this, there are two other ways to determine the execution of a bowler in a game. They are bowling average and strike rate. Bowling economy is the average runs that a bowler allows for every over that he bowls. The Twenty20 International(T20I) Matches are one of the three distinguished formats of cricket. T20I cricket started way back in 2003 by the England and Wales Cricket Board. Hong Kong is an associate member of the International Cricket Council(I.C.C) and played its first T20I match against Nepal on the ground of Chattogram on 16 March 2014.

1. Ehsan Khan

Ehsan Khan is a right-hand batter and right-arm off-break bowler from Hong Kong who made his T20I debut against Ireland at Bready on 5 September 2016 and his last game against Malaysia in Bangkok on 6 March 2020. He played 23 games and took 21 wickets in 23 innings with an average of 23.80 with an economy of 6.12.

2. Aftab Hussain 

Aftab Hussain is a right-hand batter and slow left-arm orthodox bowler from Hong Kong who made his T20I debut against Malaysia at Kuala Lumpur on 20 February 2020. His last T20I game was against Malaysia in Bangkok on 6 March 2020. Aftab played nine T20I matches and took 15 wickets in nine innings with a bowling average of 15.00 with an economy of 6.61.

3. Nadeem Ahmed 

Nadeem Ahmed is a right-hand batter and slow left-arm orthodox bowler from Hong Kong who made his T20I debut against Nepal at Chattogram on 16 March 2014 and his last game against the Netherlands at Dubai on 18 January 2017. He played 24 games and took 25 wickets in 24 innings with an average of 21.84 with an economy of 6.61.

4. Haroon Arshad Mohmmad 

Haroon Arshad Mohmmad is a right-hand batter and right-arm medium bowler from Hong Kong who made his ODI debut against Oman at Al Amerat on 5 October 2019 and his last game against Malaysia in Bangkok on 6 March 2020. He played 17 games and took 12 wickets in 15 innings with an average of 18.58 with an economy of 6.96. with one half-century.

5. Aizaz Mohmmad Khan 

Aizaz Mohmmad Khan is a right-hand batter and right-arm fast-medium bowler from Hong Kong who made his T20I debut against Nepal at Chattogram on 16 March 2014 and his last game against Malaysia at Bangkok on 6 March 2020. He played 39 games and took 46 wickets in 39 innings with an average of 20.28 with an economy of 6.99.

6. Irfan Ahmed 

Irfan Ahmed is a right-hand batter and right-arm fast-medium bowler from Hong Kong who made his T20I debut against Nepal at Chattogram on 16 March 2014 and his last game against Scotland at Dublin on 25 July 2015. He played eight games and took 11 wickets in eight innings with an average of 17.27 with an economy of 7.03.

7. Kinchit Devang Shah 

Kinchit Devang Shah is a left-hand batter and right-arm off-break bowler from Hong Kong who made his T20I debut against Nepal at Colombo on 24 November 2014 and his last game against Malaysia at Bangkok on 6 March 2020. He played 35 games and took nine wickets in 18 innings with an average of 42.88 with an economy of 7.14.

8. Tanwir Afzal 

Tanwir Afzal is a right-hand batter and right-arm fast-medium bowler from Hong Kong who made his T20I debut against Nepal at Chattogram on 16 March 2014 and his last game against Ireland at Bready on 5 September 2016. He played 21 games and took 19 wickets in 21 innings with an average of 26.78 with an economy of 7.16.

9. Haseeb Amjad 

Haseeb Amjad is a right-hand batter and right-arm fast-medium bowler from Hong Kong who made his T20I debut against Nepal at Chattogram on 16 March 2014. His last T20I game was against Afghanistan at Nagpur on 10 March 2016. Haseeb played 18 matches and took 24 wickets in 18 innings with a bowling average of 18.87. His bowling economy remained 7.38.

10. Kyle Christie 

Kyle Christie is a former right-hand batter and right-arm fast-medium bowler from Hong Kong who made his T20I debut against Oman at Al Amerat on 5 October 2019 and his last game against Oman at Dubai on 30 October 2019. He played 11 games and took ten wickets in 11 innings with an average of 29.20 with an economy of 7.48.