The Indian bowling attack has a strong track record of picking up crucial wickets and putting on a show that contributes to the success of their team, which in turn helps them win games. The games have advanced significantly thanks to the spinners as well as the pacers. Via Indian cricket team news, this post will list the best ten Indian bowlers of all time according to the number of wickets that they took in a certain year.
10. Bhuvneshwar Kumar
As a member of the Indian national cricket squad, Bhuvneshwar Kumar has established a reputation for being a consistent wicket-taker. This is done with the right arm and at a tempo that is between medium and rapid. He is the only bowler from India to ever get five wickets in a test match, an ODI match, or a Twenty20 International match. He accomplished this feat in all three formats of international cricket. In 2019, Kumar was responsible for taking 33 wickets across all formats of the game. He is now in the ninth position as a direct result of the tremendous effort that he has put out.
Right-handed fast bowler Mohammed Shami often threw his ball at an average speed of 140 kilometers per hour. He can backswing the ball, flip it, and take advantage of the seam all at the same time. Shami has reached the milestone of 100 one-day international wickets faster than any other Indian bowler in terms of the number of games he has played. He is now tenth on this year’s list because he has taken 42 wickets for his country.
Venkatesh Prasad played his first game for India as a right-handed medium-fast bowler in 1994. He had a total of 292 international wickets by the time his career was over. Slow leg cutters were Prasad’s specialty, and he was very good at them. He is now number eight on the list because of what he did in 1996 when he opened 82 international doors.
Ravindra Jadeja is a versatile cricket player for India who can do everything. He is at the top of the ICC’s list of the top 10 test all-rounders right now (2021). In the Indian Premier League, Jadeja has just been named captain of the Chennai Super Kings. In 2013, he helped his team win 83 wickets in international competitions. Right now, he is ninth on the list.
Irfan Pathan played his first international test match in 2003 against Australia. He batted left-handed and bowled medium-fast left-arm spin with his left arm (he is considered a bowling all-rounder). After he turned 19, he was asked to join the national team. As soon as he did, he became known for bowling to exact lengths. Irfan got 85 wickets for his country in international games in 2004, which moved him up to the sixth spot in our rankings.
Zaheer Khan was on the Indian cricket team and played in all three types of games that the team played. He bowled medium-fast left-arm deliveries. He was India’s first choice when it came to fast bowling from 2000 to 2014. Khan is the second-most successful bowler in tests for the team, after Kapil Dev. He was sixth all-time with 89 international wickets at the end of 2002. This put him in sixth place.
Anil Kumble is India’s best Bowling in terms of the number of wickets he has taken in test cricket. He played on the international stage for the first time in 1990 and did so for the next 18 years. He played his last match against Australia in 2008. Kumble has thrown more balls in test matches than any other bowler in the history of Indian cricket (40,850 balls). He moved up to fourth place on the all-time list after taking 90 wickets for his country in international games in 1996.
Ravichandran Ashwin bats with his right hand and throws off-breaks with his right arm, which makes him a strong all-around player. Ashwin uses his right arm to throw off-breaks. In 2016, the International Cricket Council named him “Cricketer of the Year.” Only three other Indian bowlers in the history of the test match have ever reached this point. As of right now, he holds the record for being the fastest bowler in India’s history to get 150 test wickets. In international games in 2016, Ashwin was responsible for 97 of India’s total 97 wickets. Because of this, he is now in third place on the list.
Kapil Dev played against Pakistan in his first One-Day International (ODI) game in 1978. He was a dangerous middle-order batsman and a medium-fast right-arm bowler when he played. He is a great cricketing icon because he is the first player in the sport’s history to have both 5000 test runs and 400 test wickets. Dev was the first bowler in the history of one-day internationals (ODIs) to take out 200 people. In 1983, he had 100 wickets in international games, which put him second on the all-time list.
Between 1998 and 2016, right-arm off-spin bowler Harbhajan Singh was inducted into the International Cricket Hall of Fame. At least in official tests, he was the first cricket player from India to do it. If you want to find the Indian bowler who has taken the most wickets in international games in a given year, you don’t need to look any further than Singh. He had 102 wickets at the end of 2002, which put him in first place on the list and in the lead.
If an Indian Bowling Line has a good start to the year, it’s likely that he’ll have a good year all around. Some of the most well-known examples of this are the ones you just read about.
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