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Ravindra Jadeja becomes most successful bowler for India In the history of the Asia Cup

By: Rahul Bhatti

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The Indian left-arm spinner has taken 24 wickets in 18 matches, leaving behind Irfan Pathan, who took 22 wickets in 12 matches.

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Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja is just one wicket away from completing 200 wickets in One Day Internationals.

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Whether he becomes the first left-arm spinner or the second spinner for India, they will achieve this feat for the country.

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In the Super Four match against Sri Lanka at R. Premadasa Stadium on Tuesday, Jadeja achieved this milestone by taking two wickets.

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India's bowling attack, while remaining the unbeaten sequence of 13 ODIs against Sri Lanka by defeating Bangladesh, secured India's place in the final of the Asia Cup.

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On Tuesday, chasing a modest target of 214 runs at R. Premadasa Stadium, the host team was bowled out for 172 runs.

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On a spin-friendly pitch, Sri Lankan spinners successfully took all 10 wickets of the Indian innings.

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Indian fast bowlers made a brilliant start by taking 3 wickets in the Powerplay, and then Indian spinners played their role in India's 41-run victory over the co-hosts.

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