Mohammed Siraj is bowling exceptionally well in one-day internationals. He has become the best bowler in the last few months.
In the first ODI between India and New Zealand, when almost all the bowlers took the beating, he took 4 wickets and conceded just 46 runs from his 10 overs.
He dismissed Devon Conway, Tom Latham, Mitchell Santner and Henry Shipley to keep India in the game despite Michael Bracewell’s onslaught in Hyderabad.
Siraj has the best bowling average among the Indian bowlers who have bowled atleast 150 overs in the fifty-over format.
The Hyderabad express surpassed the likes of Amit Mishra, Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami.
Best Bowling Average for India in ODIs (min. 150 overs)
21.0: Mohammed Siraj*
23.6: Amit Mishra
24.3: Jasprit Bumrah
26.3: Mohammed Shami
The Men in Blue won the game by 12 runs to go 1-0 up in the ongoing three-match series.