India vs New Zealand Mohammed Siraj breaks Jasprit Bumrah’s record for best bowling average by an Indian pacer in ODIs

India vs New Zealand 1st ODI: Mohammad Siraj bowled brilliantly in the match played between India and New Zealand. He took 4 wickets for 46 runs. Siraj also took out 2 maiden overs. He broke a special record of Jasprit Bumrah on the basis of his dangerous performance. Siraj has become the Indian fast bowler with the best bowling average in ODI format. This record was earlier recorded in the name of Bumrah. Bumrah’s bowling average after at least 150 overs has been 24.30.

Siraj has become the Indian bowler with the best bowling average in ODI format. He has an average of 21.02. Siraj has left Bumrah behind in this matter. Bumrah has an average of 24.30. Whereas Mohammed Shami is in third place. Shami has 26.33 overs. All these three players have bowled more than 150 overs in ODIs.

India won the toss and decided to bat first in the match played in Hyderabad. During this, Team India scored 349 runs. In response, the New Zealand team got all out on a score of 337 runs. During this, Siraj got the first wicket for India. He sent Devon Conway to the pavilion on a personal score of 10 runs. After this Siraj dismissed Tom Latham. Captain Latham was dismissed after scoring 24 runs. Mitchell Santner got out on a personal score of 57 runs. Siraj also made him a victim. Siraj did not even allow Henry Shipley to open the account.

Best bowling average of Indian fast bowlers in ODI format

  • 21.02 – Mohammad Siraj
  • 24.30 – Jasprit Bumrah
  • 26.33 – Mohammed Shami

(Min 150 overs)

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