Records / Twenty20 Internationals / Bowling records / Most wickets taken bowled

Player Span Mat Balls Runs Wkts BBI Ave 5 Bwd % Wkts
Shahid Afridi (PAK) 2006-2016 98 2144 2362 97 4/11 24.35 0 39 40.20
SL Malinga (SL) 2006-2017 67 1427 1749 89 5/31 19.65 1 35 39.32
Umar Gul (PAK) 2007-2016 60 1203 1443 85 5/6 16.97 2 31 36.47
Hamid Hassan (AFG) 2010-2016 22 478 523 32 4/22 16.34 0 22 68.75
DW Steyn (SA) 2007-2016 42 901 1009 58 4/9 17.39 0 17 29.31
Mohammad Naveed (UAE) 2015-2017 22 496 501 29 3/14 17.27 0 16 55.17
Saeed Ajmal (PAK) 2009-2015 64 1430 1516 85 4/19 17.83 0 16 18.82
JJ Bumrah (INDIA) 2016-2017 24 535 587 33 3/11 17.78 0 15 45.45
BAW Mendis (SL) 2008-2014 39 885 952 66 6/8 14.42 2 15 22.72
Rashid Khan (AFG) 2015-2017 24 546 553 40 5/3 13.82 1 14 35.00
Sohail Tanvir (PAK) 2007-2017 57 1214 1454 54 3/12 26.92 0 14 25.92
S Badree (WI) 2012-2017 36 816 769 47 4/15 16.36 0 13 27.65
KMDN Kulasekara (SL) 2008-2017 58 1231 1530 66 4/31 23.18 0 13 19.69
Amjad Javed (UAE) 2014-2017 22 446 560 33 3/12 16.96 0 12 36.36
MA Starc (AUS) 2012-2016 22 501 566 30 3/11 18.86 0 12 40.00
Imran Tahir (SA) 2013-2017 31 695 740 54 5/24 13.70 1 12 22.22
Dawlat Zadran (AFG) 2012-2017 32 702 920 39 4/44 23.58 0 12 30.76
Mudassar Bukhari (NL) 2008-2016 38 704 780 43 4/7 18.13 0 12 27.90
M Morkel (SA) 2007-2015 39 832 1022 45 4/17 22.71 0 12 26.66
Mohammad Hafeez (PAK) 2006-2017 78 1010 1128 46 4/10 24.52 0 12 26.08
Shakib Al Hasan (BDESH) 2006-2017 59 1289 1459 70 4/15 20.84 0 12 17.14
Mustafizur Rahman (BDESH) 2015-2017 17 392 403 27 5/22 14.92 1 11 40.74
Abdur Razzak (BDESH) 2006-2014 34 730 838 44 4/16 19.04 0 11 25.00
KJ O'Brien (IRE) 2008-2017 59 837 998 54 4/45 18.48 0 11 20.37
NL McCullum (NZ) 2007-2016 63 1123 1278 58 4/16 22.03 0 11 18.96
Imad Wasim (PAK) 2015-2017 19 396 385 23 5/14 16.73 1 10 43.47
IK Pathan (INDIA) 2006-2012 24 462 618 28 3/16 22.07 0 10 35.71
SW Tait (AUS) 2007-2016 21 478 589 28 3/13 21.03 0 10 35.71
DL Vettori (NZ) 2007-2014 34 787 748 38 4/20 19.68 0 10 26.31
Mashrafe Mortaza (BDESH) 2006-2017 54 1139 1527 42 4/19 36.35 0 10 23.80
RP Singh (INDIA) 2007-2009 10 198 225 15 4/13 15.00 0 9 60.00
K Rabada (SA) 2014-2016 16 362 498 22 3/30 22.63 0 9 40.90
JE Taylor (WI) 2006-2016 23 450 614 24 3/6 25.58 0 9 37.50
Al-Amin Hossain (BDESH) 2013-2016 25 476 592 39 3/20 15.17 0 9 23.07
Mohammad Amir (PAK) 2009-2016 31 690 809 34 3/18 23.79 0 9 26.47
WD Parnell (SA) 2009-2017 39 737 1012 41 4/13 24.68 0 9 21.95
J Botha (SA) 2006-2012 40 774 823 37 3/16 22.24 0 9 24.32
DJG Sammy (WI) 2007-2016 66 880 1068 44 5/26 24.27 1 9 20.45
AD Mathews (SL) 2009-2017 68 919 1033 36 3/16 28.69 0 9 25.00
SCJ Broad (ENG) 2006-2014 56 1173 1491 65 4/24 22.93 0 9 13.84
Mohammad Nabi (AFG) 2010-2017 55 1180 1410 57 4/10 24.73 0 9 15.78
Sompal Kami (NEPAL) 2014-2015 11 228 268 12 2/13 22.33 0 8 66.66
CJ Jordan (ENG) 2014-2017 22 462 666 26 4/28 25.61 0 8 30.76
JP Faulkner (AUS) 2012-2017 24 515 684 36 5/27 19.00 1 8 22.22
Wahab Riaz (PAK) 2008-2017 27 543 723 28 3/18 25.82 0 8 28.57
Amir Hamza (AFG) 2013-2017 28 576 657 29 3/39 22.65 0 8 27.58
JW Dernbach (ENG) 2011-2014 34 702 1020 39 4/22 26.15 0 8 20.51
DJ Bravo (WI) 2006-2016 66 1042 1470 52 4/28 28.26 0 8 15.38
K Santokie (WI) 2011-2014 12 245 278 18 4/21 15.44 0 7 38.88
Rubel Hossain (BDESH) 2009-2017 14 272 424 14 3/31 30.28 0 7 50.00
JEC Franklin (NZ) 2006-2013 38 327 417 20 4/15 20.85 0 7 35.00
Rohan Mustafa (UAE) 2014-2017 24 364 436 19 3/9 22.94 0 7 36.84
SM Sharif (SCOT) 2012-2017 24 460 610 28 4/24 21.78 0 7 25.00
RE van der Merwe (NL/SA) 2009-2017 24 480 546 29 2/3 18.82 0 7 24.13
R Rampaul (WI) 2007-2015 23 497 705 29 3/16 24.31 0 7 24.13
WB Rankin (ENG/IRE) 2009-2017 26 522 537 28 3/16 19.17 0 7 25.00
Ahsan Malik (NL) 2012-2017 31 575 730 44 5/19 16.59 1 7 15.90
Harbhajan Singh (INDIA) 2006-2016 28 612 633 25 4/12 25.32 0 7 28.00
TG Southee (NZ) 2008-2017 39 846 1229 46 5/18 26.71 1 7 15.21
SP Narine (WI) 2012-2017 43 922 935 44 4/12 21.25 0 7 15.90
SR Watson (AUS) 2006-2016 58 930 1187 48 4/15 24.72 0 7 14.58
R Ashwin (INDIA) 2010-2016 45 1002 1154 52 4/8 22.19 0 7 13.46

Records include the following recent matches:
United Arab Emirates v Papua New Guinea at Abu Dhabi, 3rd T20I, Apr 14, 2017 [T20I # 610]
United Arab Emirates v Papua New Guinea at Abu Dhabi, 2nd T20I, Apr 14, 2017 [T20I # 609]
United Arab Emirates v Papua New Guinea at Abu Dhabi, 1st T20I, Apr 12, 2017 [T20I # 608]

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Number of single-digit scores by the Australia batsmen against South Africa in Hobart was 16 - their joint-most in any Test. The last time before this they had 16 such scores in a Test was in 1912 at the Oval.

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