Ind Vs Sl Mohammad Siraj third Indian who bowled best in Powerplay, see details

Mohammed Siraj Powerplay Bowling: Indian team’s fast bowler Mohammad Siraj bowled dangerously in the third ODI against Sri Lanka. In the final match in Thiruvananthapuram, the batsmen of the visiting team surrendered to Siraj. This Indian bowler took four Sri Lankan wickets in the powerplay while bowling smoky. Such was the wonder of his bowling that the Sri Lankan team was bundled out for just 73 runs. Team India defeated the guests by a record 317 runs in the third match. During this, Mohammad Siraj became the third bowler to do the best bowling for India in the powerplay in 20 years. Let us tell you about those bowlers of India who have done the best bowling in powerplay in ODIs so far.

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If seen in the last 20 years, then Bhuvneshwar Kumar holds the record for best bowling in Powerplay from India. He took four wickets for 7 runs while bowling brilliantly in the powerplay against Sri Lanka. He is at the first place in this list. Team India’s pacer Jasprit Bumrah took four wickets for nine runs in the powerplay against England. While Mohammad Siraj took four wickets for 17 runs while bowling dangerously in the powerplay against Sri Lanka. At the same time, many years ago, Javagal Srinath took 4 wickets for 20 runs in the powerplay while bowling brilliantly against Sri Lanka.

India won the series 3-0

The Indian team was successful in performing brilliantly in the ODI series against Sri Lanka. In the ODI series, Team India whitewashed the visiting team 3-0. The Indian team defeated Sri Lanka by 67 runs in the first ODI played in Guwahati. And in the second ODI in Kolkata, India defeated Sri Lanka by 4 wickets. While in the last match in Thiruvananthapuram, Team India beat the guests by 317 runs. In this way, India made a clean sweep of Sri Lanka 3-0 in the three ODI series.

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