Yuzvendra Singh Chahal is a right-arm leg-break bowler, a right-handed batsman who plays for the Indian Cricket Team and represented his team in both One Day Internationals and Twenty20 Internationals. He represented Haryana, his birthplace city during first-class cricket career which he debuts in 2009 to present. Chahal is very consistent maintains his bowling length, usually, he bowls dot balls.
He loves to build pressure which surely forces a batsman to go for striking that results breakthroughs for his team. Chahal featured in numerous games he won for his national side in ODI and T20i. Chahal represented Mumbai Indians during IPL 2012 & 2013 but for the next IPL season 2014 to present. He played for Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) during the Indian Premier League, a franchise of Indian Premier League.
He didn’t make his Test debut so far but have been actively part of Indian Team Squad in ODI and T20’s. Chahal has been very impressive during the Indian Premier League taking189 wickets in 172 games. He has been outstanding in List A and First-Class cricket. Chahal is one of the only two players in T20I to pick up 6 wickets haul after Umar Gul which he achieved. A great bowler is commonly known as a T20 specialist.
He is the only and first Indian player so far to take his five-wicket haul in T20Is. Chahal is the first Indian bowler to pick up a fifer as well as 6 wickets haul in a T20I, with the best bowling figure of 6/25 against England. Chahal bowls at an average speed of 109 km/h a seam-up delivery. He took the most wickets (23) in T20Is in 2017 by any bowler. He represents Royal Challengers Bangalore during IPL the domestic T20 Cricket tournament hosted by his country.
Yuzvendra Chahal Career Stats
Yuzvendra Chahal Profile
|Full Name||Yuzvendra Chahal|
|Date of Birth||23 July 1990, Jind, Haryana, India|
|Bowling Style||Right-arm leg break|
|ODI Debut||11 June 2016 v Zimbabwe (cap 211)|
|T20 Debut||18 June 2016 v Zimbabwe (cap 60)|
|Major Teams||India, Haryana, Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore|