- In the Asia Cup, Ravindra Jadeja surpassed all other wicket-takers for India.
- During his team’s Group A match against Hong Kong, Jadeja accomplished this feat.
- In six Asia Cup competitions, Jadeja has claimed 23 wickets.
The all-rounder for Team India, Ravindra Jadeja, broke the record for most wickets taken by an Indian team during an Asia Cup match on Wednesday. During his team’s Group A encounter against Hong Kong in Dubai for the 2022 Asia Cup, the all-around player accomplished the accomplishment. Jadeja bowled beautifully during the game. Babar Hayat, a batsman with a dangerous appearance, was dismissed by him. In his four overs, Jadeja was able to claim one wicket for 15 runs.
In the 2010 and 2014 editions of the Asia Cup, Jadeja collected four, one, and seven wickets, respectively. He then claimed three wickets in the 2016 edition of the competition before claiming seven victims in the 2018 Asia Cup. He has so far taken one wicket in the ongoing Asia Cup. Jadeja’s wickets have come in ODI and T20I matches, whereas Pathan has claimed every wicket in the ODI format.
The most successful bowlers in Asia Cup history are Saeed Ajmal of Pakistan, Muttiah Muralitharan of Sri Lanka (30), Lasith Malinga of India (29), and Ajantha Mendis of Bangladesh (26). (25). Over the course of six Asia Cup competitions from 2010 to 2022, Jadeja claimed 23 wickets.
In earlier action, India cruised to a 40-run victory over Hong Kong in the Asia Cup thanks to a scorching unbeaten 68 from Suryakumar Yadav and a half-century from Virat Kohli, who tied the record for most half-centuries in T20 internationals. Following its victory over Pakistan in the opening game, India finished first in Group A and advanced to the Super 4 stage.
In the last overs, Suryakumar slammed six fours and six sixes off only 26 balls in an impressive exhibition of power hitting, and Kohli scored an unbeaten 59 off 44 deliveries with three sixes and a four in India’s competitive total of 192/2. Prior to reaching 152/5, India was defeated by Hong Kong in the batting powerplay, 51-2, mostly thanks to top scorer Babar Hayat (41).
In the last group match, Pakistan will play Hong Kong, and the winner will play India once more in the second Super 4 match on Sunday. Afghanistan has already qualified for the Super 4 from Group B after defeating Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in both of its group games.
Jadeja currently has 23 gates throughout 6 Asia Mug tournaments staged between 2010 and 2022. Irfan Pathan, a former Indian all-rounder who has 22 gates in this competition, has actually been surpassed by him.
Jadeja won his first Asia Mug in 2010, taking four gates. He then won one in 2012 and seven in the 2014 competition. After that, he won three gates in the 2016 competition, followed by seven victories in the 2018 Asia Cup. He currently has one gate in the ongoing Asia Mug.
In 2018, his sphere-shaped Asia Mug was still his most effective. He claimed seven scalps in four matches for a total of roughly 22.28 and 4.45 in economic value. His competition-best bowling average was 4/29. He moved up to position five on the bowling graphs and is now India’s third-highest wicket-taker in the competition, after only Kuldeep Yadav (9) and Jasprit Bumrah (8). (10 ).
One of the most effective bowlers in Asia Cup history is Muttiah Muralidaran (30), followed by Lasith Malinga (29), Ajantha Mendis (26), and Saeed Ajmal of Pakistan (25 ).
Regarding the suit, originally proposed bat by Hong Kong, Group India scored 192/2 in their 20 overs. A 4 and three enormous 6s were added to Virat Kohli’s 59 off 44 balls, which showed flashes of his former best. Suryakumar Yadav then exploded in the final two overs, smashing a huge 68 off 26 balls with six fours and six sixes.
Ayush Shukla, a pacer, was Hong Kong’s preferred bowler (1/29 in 4 overs). Hong Kong had actually published 51/2 in their powerplay while pursuing the following 193. Both Kinchit Shah (30 off 28 spheres) and Babar Hayat (41 off 35 spheres) delivered some powerful blows.
However, it wasn’t enough to help Hong Kong surprise the mighty Indians as they plummeted 40 runs short of a victory. With 20 overs remaining, they finished their innings at 152/5. India received immediate accreditation to move on to the competition’s Super 4 Stage.
India chose Ravindra Jadeja as their bowler (1/15 in 4 overs). A gate was also taken by Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Arshdeep Singh, and Avesh Khan.