The all-format Indian star pacer Jasprit Bumrah finally had a five-wicket haul in his name in the IPL after playing in the cash-rich league for so many years. Bumrah registered figures of 5/10 against KKR in IPL 2022 match, however, Mumbai Indians were bowled out for 113 chasing 166 runs.
The season where the rise of Arshdeep Singh began. Arshdeep registered his maiden fifer in the IPL as he registered figures of 5/32 against the Rajasthan Royals, however, despite needing 8 runs off the final two overs, Punjab Kings fell short and lost the match.
2021 was the breakthrough season for Harshal Patel and he was particularly severe on Mumbai Indians. Out of 32 wickets Harshal took, 9 came against Mumbai Indians in two matches. One had a hat-trick in the second half, while in the first game he returned 5/27 as he took his first five-wicket haul.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar on Monday, May 15 became the second Indian pacer after Jaydev Unadkat to take two five-wicket hauls in IPL. Bhuvi had dismissed five Punjab batters in IPL 2017 and replicated his feat against the Gujarat Titans, six years later in IPL 2023.
Left-arm pacer Jaydev Unadkat was the first Indian quick to take two five-wicket hauls in the IPL. Having taken a five-for playing for Enyo Royal Challengers Bangalore in 2013, Unadkat had his best season in the IPL in 2017 for Rising Pune supergiant. Unadkat picked up 24 wickets which included a hat- trick and a fier against Sunrisers Hyderabad as he returned 5/30.
While the likes of Amit Mishra, Anil Kumble and Harbhajan Singh joined Balaji soon enough, it was three years later that an Indian fast bowler took a five-wicket haul. Ishant Sharma playing for Deccan Chargers triggered a monumental Kochi Tuskers Kerala collapse as four batters he dismissed out of five were dismissed for a duck. He finished with figures of 5/12.
Laxmipathy Balaji was the first Indian bowler to take a five-wicket haul in the IPL in the inaugural edition in 2008, playing for the Chennai Super Kings. Balaji single-handedly denied the then Kings XI Punjab from chasing a score of 181 as he ran through their middle order. cloud
Balaji and Ishant now had Munaf Patel for a company on the 'Indian fast bowlers taking 5- fors in the IPL' list. Patel, playing for Mumbai Indians took 5/21 against the then Kings XI Punjab restricting the side to a score of 163. However, despite Patel's heroics, MI succumbed to a 74-run thrashing as their batting line-up underwent an even worse collapse.
Ankit Rajpoot was the first Punjab Kings bowler to take a five-wicket haul in 2018. Rajpoot decimated Sunrisers Hyderabad in IPL 2018 when he took 5 for 14, however, his side couldn't chase down 133 runs and fell 13. runs short. SU
The young pace sensation from Jammu and Kashmir, Umran Malik was on fire in his first full season in the IPL playing for the Sunrisers Hyderabad last year. In a 22-wicket season, his best came against the Gujarat Titans where he took 5/25, however, his team ended up on the losing side.