New Delhi: Delhi Daredevils' Amit Mishra took four wickets against Kings XI Punjab to become the second highest wicket-taker in the history of Indian Premier League at Feroz Shah Kotla on Friday.
In the process, he also became the spinner with most wickets, ahead of Harbhajan Singh. His total of 116 wickets is 27 less than Lasith Malinga's all-time record of 143.
Let's have a look at IPL numbers which made the 33-year-old leg-spinner a spin wizard.
2596 – Numbers of runs Mishra has conceded
360 – Numbers of over Mishra has bowled
116 – Numbers of wickets for Mishra
100 – Number of matches Mishra has played
56 – Most runs Mishra has conceded in a four-over spell
31 – Number of matches Mishra has played
27 – Number of wickets Mishra needs to match Lasith Malinga record
19 – Number of batsmen Mishra has dismissed stumped
17 – Mishra's most wicket haul in a season (2013)
4 – Number of maiden overs Mishra has bowled
4 – Also the number of four-wickets-in-an-innings
3 – Numbers of hat-tricks Mishra has taken
2 – Numbers of times Mishra has conceded less then 10 runs in a four-over spell
5/17 – Mishra's best bowling figure