India did not have a good start at the world’s largest cricket stadium. England beat India by 6 wickets in T20I on Friday night. Batting first, India scored 124 runs for 8 wickets. In reply, England anchored at the port of victory 27 balls earlier.

Despite a bad day for India, their leg-spinner Yuzbendra Chahal has built a unique reputation. He now holds the record for most wickets for India in the T20 format. Chahal is now at the top in terms of wickets, surpassing Jaspreet Bumrah. Chahal has taken 60 wickets in 47 Twenty20s. Economy rate 7.34. Chahal overtook Bumrah with the wicket of England wicket-keeper batsman Jos Butler. Bumrah has taken 59 wickets in 50 overs. Economy rate 20.25. He is not playing in this series due to personal reasons.

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