The IPL 2023 edition the season to witness the most runs scored in the history of the Indian Premier League, but there were some bowlers who stood out and made sure they trouble the batters. Bowlers play a crucial role in the Indian Premier League and are the match winners. The bowlers who can maintain their form and take wickets consistently throughout the tournament can make a significant impact on their team’s performance. Bowlers are responsible for creating pressure on the batsmen, take wickets and restrict the scoring rate.
The IPL is a high-pressure tournament, the bowlers have the responsibility of getting breakthroughs, which ultimately determines the outcome of matches and the success of their franchise. Over the years we have seen many players dominate the season with ball in hand and helped their team towards success. In this article, we will list out the most wickets taken by a player in a the 2023 season of the Indian Premier League.
List of most wickets taken in the 2023 season of Indian Premier League
1. Mohammad Shami – 28 wickets (Gujarat Titans)
Mohammad Shami tops the charts for the most wickets taken in the 2023 season of the Indian Premier League. Shami scalped 28 wickets and was sensational though out the season. He was fantastic in the powerplay, taking early wickets and giving his team an early advantage. Shami was also brilliant at the death and gives away only 390 runs in the league.
2. Mohit Sharma – 27 wickets (Gujarat Titans)
Mohit Sharma comes 3rd on the list of the most wickets taken in in the 2013 season of the Indian Premier League, Mohit took 27 wickets and gave away only 265 runs. Sharma was making a return to cricket and boy, did he make a sensational come back. He started with two back-to-back man of the match performances in his first two game and played a crucial role in Gujarat making it to the finals.
3. Rashid Khan – 27 wickets (Gujarat Titans)
Rashid Khan comes 3rd on the list of the most wickets taken in the 2023 season of the Indian Premier League. The Afghan spinner was at his usual best, he deceived a number of batters with his trickery and managed to take 27 wicket, just one less the leading wicket taker Mohammad Shami.
4. Piyush Chawla – 22 wickets (Mumbai Indians)
Piyush Chawla was the leader of the Mumbai Indians’ bowling attack. The 34-year-old leg-spinner stepped up in the absence of Jasprit Bumrah and Jofra Archer to make sure Mumbai Indians make it to the play-off after dismal start to the season.
5. Yuzvendra Chahal – 21 wickets (Rajasthan Royals)
Yuzvendra Chahal had an outstanding season with the bowl for Rajasthan Royals, he finished as the leading wicket taker of the team with 21 scalps to his name. Chahal was leading the wicket takers in the first phase of the season but lost his form towards the end.
IPL: Most wickets taken by a player in the 2023 season of the Indian Premier League
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