Adam Zampa achieves this all time milestone for Australia in T 20 cricket

Australian leggie Adam Zampa continues to rattle batters with his phenomenal bowling. Zampa once again showed his class against Namibia, picking up four wickets with the ball.
 
It was Adam Zampa’s exceptional bowling as he picked up 4 wickets, giving away just 12 runs in his 4 overs quota, which helped Australia bowl out Namibia for just 72 runs. The Mighty Australians chased down the target in just 5.4 overs, which helped them qualify for the Super 8.
 
Zampa becomes the first bowler for Australia to pick up 100 wickets in the shortest format of the game. He is also the leading wicket-taker for Australia in this format.
 
Leading wicket-takers for Australia in T20I cricket

Adam Zampa has 83 matches and 100 wickets. 

Mitchell Starc: 62 matches, 76 wickets 

Josh Hazlewood: 48 matches 64 wickets 

Pat Cummins 54 matches 60 wickets 

Ashton Agar: 47 matches 48 wickets 

Shane Watson 58 matches, 48 wickets 

Andrew Tye: 32 matches, 47 wickets 

Kane Richardson: 36 matches, 45 wickets 

Glenn Maxwell: 109 matches, 40 wickets 

Mitchell Johnson 30 matches 38 wickets.
 
Adam Zampa is 24 wickets ahead of his fellow teammate Mitchell Starc, but he feels that there is still a long way to go in the tournament.
 
In his post-match presentation, Adam Zampa said, “To get the win tonight and qualify for the Super Eights, that is a nice feeling. (On his bowling rhythm) Yes and no. I bowled a couple of pies tonight, but in general, the ball feels like it is coming out well. Being encouraged to pick up wickets in the middle, particularly by the captain. (Bowling with the breeze.) We experienced that in Barbados as well. We know that on these wickets, that is a challenge. We are happy; it is the first step in trying to take the trophy home, but we still have a long way to go.”

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