World Cup: Shameful record registered in the name of this Indian player, will never forget the date of 11th October!

India’s Mohammed Siraj’s record against: The Indian team restricted Afghanistan to 272 runs in the ODI World Cup 2023 on Wednesday. During this time, a shameful record was recorded in the name of an Indian player. For this reason this fast bowler will never be remembered on 11 October 2023 would like to keep,

Bumrah’s miracle

Afghanistan won the toss and decided to bat first at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi. With the help of half-centuries from captain Hashmatullah Shahidi (80) and Azmatullah (62), the team scored 272 runs at the loss of 8 wickets in the stipulated 50 overs. Both of them made a partnership of 121 runs for the fourth wicket. Shahid hit 21 sixes and 8 fours in his innings of 88 balls. He hit 2 fours and 4 sixes in his innings of 69 balls. For India, Jasprit Bumrah took 4 wickets for 39 runs. Hardik Pandya took 2 wickets. For India, Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav got 1 wicket each.

Jadeja and Siraj

Ravindra Jadeja bowled 8 overs and gave 38 runs. Mohammad Siraj and Ravindra Jadeja got one wicket each. Meanwhile, Siraj’s name got included in a list that he would not like to remember the date of October 11. Siraj gave 76 runs in 9 overs. This is also Siraj’s joint-most expensive spell in ODIs. He gave 76 runs in 10 overs in his first match against Australia at Adelaide Oval in 2019.

This list includes:

Mohammad Siraj is the highest run scorer for India in this World Cup. Spinner Yuzvendra Chahal tops the list with 88 runs in Birmingham (against England in 2019). He is followed by Javagal Srinath (87 against Australia in 2003) and Karsan Ghavri. Ghavri had given 83 runs against England at Lord’s in the 1975 World Cup.

at such a high rate

As far as economy is concerned, now Siraj’s name has been added to the list. Chahal is the only Indian bowler with the highest economy rate in a World Cup match (8.8 against England in 2019). Srinath (2003 World Cup final against Australia in Johannesburg) no. 2 and now Mohammad Siraj no. 3.