A significant record was set by Rajasthan Royals spinner Yuzvendra Chahal last night (April 5). He moved up to second place in the IPL‘s wicket-taking standings by getting one wicket in the game against Punjab Kings.
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As a result, he left Sri Lankan fast bowler Lasith Malinga behind.
In 122 matches over the course of his IPL career, Lasith Malinga took 170 wickets. In addition, Chahal has now claimed 171 IPL wickets, bringing his total to 408. Chahal played in 133 IPL games to get here. As a wicketkeeper-batsman for Punjab Kings, Jitesh Sharma became his 171st victim.
Yuzvendra Chahal debuted in the 2013 IPL season. Chahal has participated in 133 games so far during these 11 seasons. He has collected 171 wickets throughout this time at a 21.58 bowling average and a 7.62 economy rate. He won the Purple Cap award the previous year. The most wickets were taken by him.