Most Wickets in T20 Cricket in 2017

Record holder : Yuzvendra Chahal of India holds the record (23 wickets) for most wickets in t20 cricket in 2017.

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1. India Yuzvendra Chahal - 23 wickets

The player at #1 in the list is Yuzvendra Chahal of India. He took 23 wickets in 11 innings of 11 matches at 7.83 economy, 14.13 average and 10.8 strike rate.

2. West Indies Kesrick Williams - 18 wickets

At position no. 2 is Kesrick Williams of West Indies. He took 18 wickets in 10 innings of 10 matches at 7.63 economy, 15.05 average and 11.8 strike rate.

3. Afghanistan Rashid Khan - 17 wickets

At position no. 3 is Rashid Khan of Afghanistan. He took 17 wickets in 10 innings of 10 matches at 4.57 economy, 9.41 average and 12.3 strike rate.

4. West Indies Carlos Brathwaite - 14 wickets

At no. 4 position is Carlos Brathwaite of West Indies. He took 14 wickets in 10 innings of 10 matches at 7.18 economy, 15.14 average and 12.6 strike rate.

5. South Africa Imran Tahir - 14 wickets

At position no. 5 is Imran Tahir of South Africa. He took 14 wickets in 9 innings of 9 matches at 7.88 economy, 17.35 average and 13.2 strike rate.

6. Pakistan Shadab Khan - 14 wickets

At no. 6 position is Shadab Khan of Pakistan. He took 14 wickets in 10 innings of 10 matches at 6.5 economy, 16.64 average and 15.3 strike rate.

7. Sri Lanka Thisara Perera - 13 wickets

At position no. 7 is Thisara Perera of Sri Lanka. He took 13 wickets in 11 innings of 12 matches at 8.97 economy, 25.3 average and 16.9 strike rate.

8. India Jasprit Bumrah - 12 wickets

At position no. 8 is Jasprit Bumrah of India. He took 12 wickets in 11 innings of 11 matches at 6.92 economy, 20 average and 17.3 strike rate.

9. Pakistan Hasan Ali - 12 wickets

At no. 9 position is Hasan Ali of Pakistan. He took 12 wickets in 9 innings of 9 matches at 7.67 economy, 21.41 average and 16.7 strike rate.

10. India Kuldeep Yadav - 12 wickets

Next in the list is Kuldeep Yadav of India. He took 12 wickets in 8 innings of 8 matches at 7.65 economy, 18.5 average and 14.5 strike rate.