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Top 5 Indian bowlers with most wickets in Asia Cup ODI history

Indian bowlers have left an indelible mark on the history of Asia Cup ODIs with their outstanding performances. Over the years, they have showcased their skill, accuracy, and ability to adapt to varying conditions. Whether it’s been the swing of Bhuvneshwar Kumar, the spin magic of Harbhajan Singh, or the sheer pace of Zaheer Khan, Indian bowlers have consistently played pivotal roles in helping the team succeed in this prestigious tournament.

Over the years, India has clinched the Asia Cup title on multiple occasions, showcasing their dominance in the tournament. Explore the impressive bowling records of India’s cricket in Asia Cup ODIs. Let’s delve into some of the most memorable bowling displays by Indian cricketers in Asia Cup ODIs, showcasing their prowess on the international stage.

List of top 5 Indian players with most wickets in Asia Cup history (ODIs)

1. Amit Mishra: 20 wickets

Mishra is the leading wicket-taker for India in Asia Cup ODIs. Amit Mishra has taken a total of 20 wickets in the Asia Cup tournament.

2. Irfan Pathan: 16 wickets

Irfan Pathan, the left-arm swing and seam bowler, occupies the second position on this list with 16 wickets in Asia Cup matches.

3. Ashish Nehra: 15 wickets

Ashish Nehra, the left-arm fast bowler known for his ability to swing the ball, Nehra has claimed 15 wickets in Asia Cup ODIs for India.

4. Zaheer Khan: 14 wickets

Zaheer was one of India’s premier fast bowlers, Zaheer Khan has taken 14 wickets in the Asia Cup tournament.

5. Harbhajan Singh: 13 wickets

Harbhajan Singh, the off-spin maestro, rounds up the top 5 with 13 wickets in Asia Cup ODIs.

Most wickets by an Indian player in Asia Cup (ODIs)

PlayerMatchesBatting StyleWickets
Amit Mishra12Right-arm leg spinner20
Irfan Pathan14Left-arm fast16
Ashish Nehra13Left-arm fast15
Zaheer Khan11Left-arm fast14
Harbhajan Singh10Right-arm off spinner13

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