Rajasthan Royals’ premier spinner Yuzvendra Chahal, who can also be donning the Purple Cap, has equalled the all-time report of most wickets for a spinner in a season held by Chennai Tremendous Kings Imran Tahir. Chahal picked the wicket of MS Dhoni within the 19th over of the primary innings towards CSK within the 68th sport of the IPL 2022 to attain this feat. The leg spinner picked two essential wickets to place RR on prime within the first innings.
“I knew in my mind that I have to take wickets in this over (hat-trick over) and that’s the only way the game would change.” – Yuzvendra Chahal pic.twitter.com/LY0Lp65ehd
— Rajasthan Royals (@rajasthanroyals) April 18, 2022
Chahal eliminated Ambati Rayudu within the 11th over, courtesy of a effective catch by Devdutta Padikkal within the slips. Sanju took a giant gamble by dealing with the to Chahal once more within the 19th over towards the most effective finishers within the sport MS Dhoni. Chahal didn’t disappoint his captain as he took the wicket of Dhoni to assert a particular report.
Most wickets by a spinner in a single IPL season
26 – Imran Tahir (2019)
26 –Yuzvendra Chahal (2022)
24- Wanindu Hasaranga (2022)
24 – Sunil Narine (2012)
24- Harbhajan Singh (2013)
Chahal now has 26 wickets in 14 video games this season. Imran Tahir claimed 26 scalps in 2019 taking part in for CSK. RCB’s Wanindu Hasaranga is positioned third on the record with 24 wickets this season whereas KKR’s Sunil Narine picked 24 wickets in 2012. Mumbai Indians Harbhajan Singh additionally took 24 wickets within the 2013 season of IPL.
That is Chahal’s greatest efficiency within the historical past of IPL. He delivered in his very first season for his new franchise Rajasthan. Earlier, forward of IPL 2022 mega public sale, Chahal was not retained by RCB the place he had spent most of his IPL profession. Nevertheless, he was purchased by Rajasthan at a whooping value of Rs 6.5 cr. Chahal will look to proceed his extraordinary type within the playoffs as properly and assist RR declare their first trophy after 2008.