Yuzvendra Chahal broke the big record of star bowler by trapping big fish of England

London.The second match of the ongoing three-match ODI series between India and England is being played at the historic Cricket Ground Lord’s on Thursday. In this match too, the Indian team has done well and tightened its grip on the host team. Till the time of writing the news, the English team, forced to bat first after losing the toss, has lost seven important wickets in 44 overs. In this bad condition of the opposition team, the main hand belongs to experienced Indian leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal. He has achieved the maximum four successes so far while bowling lethal for the team. The wickets that have come in Chahal’s account include the names of players like Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Ben Stokes and Moeen Ali.

After this deadly bowling against England, he has also achieved a special achievement. In fact, he has become the 21st player to take the most wickets in ODI cricket for the country, leaving behind Umesh Yadav. He was ranked 22nd before the second ODI against England. Umesh Yadav has played 75 matches in ODI cricket for India, taking 106 wickets in 73 innings at an average of 33.63. At the same time, in the name of Chahal, 108 wickets have been taken in one-day cricket.

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Talking about Yuzvendra Chahal’s cricket career so far, he has taken 108 wickets in 62 innings at an average of 26.95 while playing 63 ODIs for the country. Chahal has the feat of taking four and two five-wicket hauls in ODI cricket four times. His best bowling performance in ODI cricket is six wickets for 42 runs.

Apart from this, he has taken 79 wickets at an average of 23.9 in 61 innings while playing 62 T20 Internationals for the country. In T20 International cricket, he has the feat of taking four wickets twice and five wickets once. Chahal is currently the first bowler to take the highest number of wickets for the country in T20 International cricket.

Tags: Umesh Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal

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