Not even 15 days are left for the start of the World Cup. On the other hand, India and Australia are busy testing themselves before the mega tournament. There is talk everywhere about the pace attack of Team India. In the final, Mohammed Siraj single-handedly destroyed Lanka, while now Mohammed Shami gave sixes to the champions. Both the bowlers have made a series of records. Now the question is that who among these two bowlers will prove to be the real juggler in the World Cup?
First let’s talk about the team’s star pacer Mohammad Siraj, who has currently become the number one bowler in the world. Siraj showed his havoc in the Asia Cup final to such an extent that his echo reached every corner of the world. Siraj had single-handedly created history by taking 6 wickets in a match. (AP)
Thanks to Siraj’s bowling, Team India had bowled out Sri Lanka for just 50 runs. In the final, India won the trophy by registering a historic win by 10 wickets. This was the match when Siraj broke records. But now Mohammed Shami has done something similar.(AP)
The Indian team is testing itself against Australia before the World Cup. In the first match itself, Mohammed Shami made his debut as soon as he arrived. He took one wicket in the very first over and after that he opened his claws in no time. After opening his paw against the Kangaroo team, Shami has also made a big achievement in his name. (AP)
Mohammed Shami has become the first Indian pacer to open his paws while playing ODI against the Kangaroo team in India. Before this, no Indian fast bowler has been able to achieve this feat. Not only this, he has also become the second Indian bowler to take the most wickets against Australia. (AP)
Both Siraj and Shami are part of the World Cup squad. Siraj, Shami and Bumrah have presented their claim in Team India. At the same time, Shardul Thakur will also be seen performing well. In the World Cup, Shami can defeat the opposing teams with his experience and Siraj will be seen dominating the opposing teams with his aggressive bowling. AP
If we look at the performance of both the bowlers in the last two matches, both have taken 7 wickets. Before taking 6 wickets against Sri Lanka, Siraj had taken 1 wicket in the Super-4 match against the same team. At the same time, when Shami got a chance against Bangladesh in Super-4, he took 2 wickets in his name and now he has opened his claws against Australia. (AP)
Thanks to Shami’s brilliant performance, the Kangaroo team has set a target of only 277 runs. In retaliation, Team India’s openers i.e. Shubman Gill and Rituraj Gaikwad have forced the guests to struggle. There has been a century partnership between the two batsmen. AP