Bravo equals Malinga in terms of taking most wickets in IPL

Bravo equals Malinga in terms of taking most wickets in IPL

On Saturday, Chennai Super Kings and Kolkata Knight Riders played the first match of the Indian Premier League’s 15th season. Dwayne Bravo, who was playing for Chennai, equaled Malinga’s record for most IPL wickets in this match. Malinga has taken 170 wickets in 122 IPL matches. Bravo took three wickets for 20 runs in four overs against the KKR on Saturday. He matched Malinga’s record with this. Bravo has taken 170 wickets in 152 innings.

At the same time, Amit Mishra holds the record for most wickets taken in the IPL among Indian players. In 154 matches, Mishra has 166 wickets. In terms of taking over all wickets, he is ranked third. Piyush Chawla, on the other hand, is second among Indian players in terms of wickets taken. In 165 matches, he has 157 wickets. Harbhajan Singh, on the other hand, is ranked third. In 163 games, he has taken 150 wickets.

Bravo bowled Rana, Iyer, and Billings out.

Bravo came in to bowl in the seventh over after the first powerplay against KKR, and on the second ball of his over, he showed Venkatesh Iyer the way to the pavilion. He dismissed Nitish Rana after two overs. Bravo bowled Billings for the third wicket in the 18th over. Bravo has twice taken four wickets in the IPL, and he hunts every 17 balls.

Bravo has taken the most T20 wickets.

Bravo only needs one more wicket to equal Malinga’s record. By the way, when it comes to overall T20 cricket, Bravo is the leading wicket-taker. So far, he has 571 wickets in 522 T20s. With 451 wickets, Imran Tahir is second on the list. Rashid Khan is currently in third place with 435 wickets.

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