Team India is in their peak form. The batting unit is doing exceptionally well but the bowling unit, it’s unstoppable. The Indian bowling line up couldn’t be better with fast bowlers like Shami, Siraj and Bumrah and spin bowlers like Jadeja and Kuldeep Yadav.
In the past few matches the bowlers are not leaving any chance for the opposition to even stand at the crease. India’s deadly bowling, which has prevented any opposition batsmen from producing a significant effort that could threaten the hosts’ hitters, is a big part of why they have been an unstoppable force in this World Cup tournament so far. India’s all-round bowling attack, which includes Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami, Mohammed Siraj, Kuldeep Yadav, and Ravindra Jadeja, is endowed with exceptional striking ability and variety.
Defeating South Africa by 243 runs in Kolkata, dominating India extends their winning run in the ODI World Cup to eight games. India’s winning run in the tournament continues with their eighth victory in as many games. In the battle of one and two in the points table, India completely destroyed South Africa with a massive 243 runs thanks to Ravindra Jadeja’s five-wicket haul. The Proteas couldn’t even reach 100 runs as they continually fell prey to Indian bowlers.
As the stats say it, Shami has the best bowling average of 7 and he has taken 16 wickets in only 4 matches that he has played with the help of 2 five-fers. Bumrah has the second best bowling average of 15.53 and has 15 wickets in his 8 matches. Bowling allrounder Jadeja has the 4th best average of 17.36 and has 14 wickets in his account along with 111 runs that he has contributed with the bat.
Sri Lanka’s head coach admitted that every team would want a bowling lineup like team India. In short, You can not escape from the attack of Indian bowlers and every team knows that.