2023 ODI World Cup: Mohammed Siraj records and stats in Mumbai 

Indian fast-bowling unit has been on top of the game in the 2023 ICC Cricket World Cup. Indian pacers are on fire mode in the ongoing tournament and have been successful in getting wickets in the first 10 overs in every match till now. They have seen tremendous form against strong teams like Australia, England, and South Africa. 

Notably, the Indian bowlers have conceded more than 200 runs in an innings just three times in the eight matches played and their bowling unit is currently looking like the best bowling unit of the tournament including pacers like Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Siraj

The no.1 ODI bowler Mohammed Siraj has shown tremendous form in the ongoing World Cup with scalps from eight matches at an economy of 5.23. Siraj has been a consistent performer in the tournament and turned and has been taking wickets with the new ball. He was in beast mode against Sri Lanka at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai taking 3 wickets by conceding just 16 runs in seven overs as the Indian bowlers bowled Sri Lanka out for just 55 runs.

Now as India is set to play at the Wankhede Stadium again in the semi-final of the tournament on November 15th, fans will be expecting another special spell from Siraj to take India to their fourth World Cup final. 

Let’s have a look at the stats of Mohammed Siraj at the Wankhede Stadium across formats.

Mohammed Siraj stats at the Wankhede Stadium 

Mohammed Siraj Tests Records/Stats in Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai

Matches  Innings Wickets Average  Strike Rate Economy   Best Figures 
1 2 3 10.67 18.00 3.56 3/19

 

Mohammed Siraj ODI Records/Stats in Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai

Matches  Innings Wickets Average  Strike Rate Economy   Best Figures 
3 3 6 7.50 12.67 3.55 3/16

 

Mohammed Siraj T20 Records/Stats in Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai

Matches  Innings Wickets Average  Strike Rate Economy   Best Figures 
1 1 1 45.00 24.00 11.25 1/45

India will finish the league stage by being on the top of the points table and will play the semi-final against the fourth-positioned team. Currently, New Zealand, Pakistan, and Afghanistan are all in the race to qualify for the semi-finals

 

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