Joseph’s six wickets for 12 runs against Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in 2019 is the best spell ever bowled in IPL history.
The fact that the Antiguan dished out this spell on his debut for Mumbai Indians (MI) makes it all the more special. His spell helped MI restrict SRH to just 96 runs in reply to a total of 136.
Tanvir bagged six wickets for 14 runs against the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) during IPL 2008.
The Pakistan pacer went on to become the highest wicket-taker in the inaugural edition with 22 wickets in 11 matches and played an instrumental role in Rajasthan Royals’ (RR) maiden and only title win.
Zampa was only the second bowler in IPL history to scalp six wickets in a single innings after Tanvir.
Coming against SRH in 2016 – which interestingly won that year’s IPL – Zampa was then playing for the now-defunct Rising Pune Supergiants (RPS). His brilliant 6/19 went in vain as the side eventually lost the match.
Lasith Malinga is a right-arm fast bowler for Sri Lanka. In IPL from 2009 – 2019, Malinga played 122 innings from 122 matches, bowled 471.1 overs, conceded 3365 runs, and took 170 wickets, with eight maidens in it, with a 7.14 economy rate. His best bowling figure is 5/13. He played for Mumbai Indians in IPL.He holds the record for having bagged the most number of wickets in the tournament’s history.An MI loyal, his best figures of five wickets for 13, came against the Deccan franchise in 2011.
Mark Wood ,the English pacer rattled the Delhi Capitals batting line up. While defending a huge targer, Lucknow Super Giants got to a poor start but then came the saviour, Mark Wood. He dismantled the batting line up with his express pace. He picked a 5 wicket haul . He registered the 5th best figures by an overseas bowler, i.e, 5 for 14.