Indian bowlers’ historic ODI performances in 2023

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Indian bowlers' historic ODI performances in 2023
With a dominant domestic ICC Cricket World Cup run in 2023, India dominated the field.
They lost to Australia in the championship game, but their 10-game winning streak garnered media attention.
India’s bowlers set records in series and tournaments in addition to their excellent batting.
The Indian bowlers were everywhere, from Mohammed Shami’s incredible seven-wicket haul to Siraj’s exploits in the Asia Cup.

Mohammed Shami: WC 2023, 7/57 versus NZ
In the 2023 World Cup semi-final, India defeated New Zealand with great success thanks in large part to Shami.
India bowled NZ out for 327 after 397 overs were put in by the Indian seamer, who claimed seven wickets.
In ODIs, he became the first bowler from India to take seven wickets.
Shami has now surpassed Gary Gilmour’s record to have the best bowling returns in World Cup knockouts.

Mohammed Siraj: WC 2023, 6/21 versus SL
In the 2023 Asia Cup final matchup with Sri Lanka, Siraj caused chaos. Batting first, he claimed six wickets (6/21) as the hosts were bowled out for a meager fifty runs.
He claimed five of the first six wickets for SL, bringing the Lankans to 12/6.
Siraj became the first Indian to take four wickets in an ODI in only one over.

Kuldeep Yadav: Asia Cup 2023, 5/25 versus Pakistan
In the Asia Cup 2023 Super Four match in Colombo, India crushed Pakistan.
Rain forced the match to be moved to a reserve day, but the Men in Blue still managed to defend a massive 356/2.
Kuldeep Yadav, a left-arm wrist spinner, took five wickets to lead India to their largest ODI victory over Pakistan (by 228 runs).
Against Pakistan, Kuldeep became the third Indian spinner to score an ODI wicket.

Ravindra Jadeja: WC 2023, 5/33 versus SA
With his all-around abilities, Ravindra Jadeja shone in India’s 243-run victory over South Africa in Kolkata during World Cup 2023.
After hitting an unbeaten 29(15), Jadeja claimed five wickets to help the Proteas be bowled out for 83 in pursuit of 327.
By doing this, he made history as the second Indian spinner to win a World Cup.
In nine overs, the left-arm spinner gave up 33 runs.

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