Yuzvendra Chahal is the highest wicket-taker for India in T20 Internationals and now he can make some more records in his name.
Yuzvendra Chahal recently held the record for taking most wickets for India in T20 Internationals, beating Jasprit Bumrah. This leg-spinner is now on the verge of registering some more records in his name. The second match between India and Sri Lanka is to be played on Saturday. In the first match played in Lucknow, India won by 62 runs. The second match between the two teams will be played at the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Stadium in Dharamsala. The third match of the series is also to be played at this ground. Chahal can make some more records in these two matches. (BCCI Photo)
Chahal took a wicket in the first match. Now if he takes four more wickets, then he will complete his total of 250 wickets in T20 and he will be the fourth Indian bowler to do so. (BCCI Photo)
Piyush Chawla holds the record for taking the most wickets in T20 cricket from India. This leg-spinner has so far taken a total of 270 wickets in T20 cricket. He is followed by Ravichandran Ashwin who has 264 wickets. Leg spinner Amit Mishra is in third place with 262 wickets. Chahal has 246 wickets to his name. (BCCI Photo)
Apart from this, Chahal is just six wickets away from becoming the highest wicket-taker in T20 Internationals against Sri Lanka. In this case, Australia’s leg-spinner Adam Zampa is at number one. Zampa has 21 wickets to his name. (BCCI Photo)
Chahal has two matches of the current series to make this record. After Saturday, the third and last match of the series will be played on this ground on Sunday. (BCCI Photo)