Yuzvendra Chahal Profile Biography – ICC Ranking, Career & Stats

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Yuzvendra Chahal Profile Biography - ICC Ranking, Career & StatsYuzvendra Chahal is an assaulting legspinner who initially pulled in consideration when he took 34 wickets in the National Under-19 Cooch Behar Trophy in 2009, finishing the competition as its driving wicket-taker. A previous chess player who spoke to India at junior levels, Chahal influenced his top of the line to make a big appearance for Haryana that year and was marked by Mumbai Indians in 2011 to be a piece of their IPL squad.

He didn’t play a diversion that season yet was still named in Mumbai’s Champions League T20 squad that year. It was in the Champions League that he got a broadened keep running in the side – he highlighted in the playing XI in all the matches and featured in Mumbai’s win in the last with a spell of 3-0-9-2. In any case, in the following two years with Mumbai, he oversaw just a single diversion. His IPL fortunes reflected those in local cricket, where he played in just eight matches in three seasons from 2011-12 onwards and grabbed only 16 wickets.

Yuzvendra Chahal Profile Biography – ICC Ranking, Career & Stats

Full name Yuzvendra Singh Chahal

Born July 23, 1990, Jind, Haryana

Major teams India, Haryana, Mumbai Indians,Royal Challengers Bangalore

Playing role Bowler

Batting style Right-hand bat

Bowling style Legbreak googly

It was with Royal Challengers Bangalore, however, that he found the majority of his prosperity. He was their most elevated wicket-taker for a long time running since the 2015 season and by righteousness of that earned his first India tops in ODIs and T20Is on a voyage through Zimbabwe in June 2016. While that arrangement may have been viewed as a chance to blood new players into global cricket, Chahal was rung again into the Indian T20 line-up to confront England in January 2017, and conveyed in style in the choosing diversion: his 6 for 25 in that match in Bangalore was a piece of an England collaspse of 8 for 8, and the third-best figures till then in T20Is.