India’s pace attack, including Mohammed Shami, Mohammed Siraj, and Jasprit Bumrah, has had a significant impact. The team is undefeated in all eight games of the ongoing ODI World Cup, showcasing their dominance in both batting and bowling. With a total of 41 wickets, the formidable pace attack has been exceptionally lethal. Former India skipper Sourav Ganguly dismisses claims that this is India’s best-ever bowling attack in limited overs cricket, citing the 2003 World Cup featuring Ashish Nehra, Zaheer Khan, and Javagal Srinath. Ganguly acknowledges the excitement around Bumrah, Shami, and Siraj’s bowling but also emphasizes the impact of including Bumrah in the lineup. Shami’s impressive performance after being sidelined for the initial four matches is recognized by Ganguly, who believes he should have been included earlier in the tournament. India will play against the Netherlands in their final league stage match of the World Cup 2023 on Sunday in Bengaluru.
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