Former England cricketer Graeme Swann believes that the 31-year-old should be picked for India's Test squad right away.
We decode his stats.
Chahal is the leading wicket-taker for India in T20Is. As of now, he has snapped up 75 wickets across 60 T20Is at an average
Chahal has the most T20I wickets for India since his debut (June 18, 2016). He has the second-most wickets overall in this period, having scalped 75.
Chahal has bagged 104 scalps across 61 appearances in ODI cricket. He averages a laud-worthy 27.44 and has maintained an economy of 5.17.
Chahal now leads the wickets tally for India in overall T20s. He owns 281 wickets from 248 T20s at 23.88. The tally includes two five-wicket hauls.
Chahal is the only Indian spinner to have taken over five wickets in a T20I inning (6/25 vs ENG, 2017). The feat has been attained by just one other Indian.
Despite winning accolades in white-ball cricket, Chahal hasn't had much dominance at the FC level. He has claimed 84 scalps across 31 matches at 33.21 (two five-fors).