India haven’t been bowled out once in the ICC World Cup 2023. India didn’t allow the rivals to touch a 200-run mark in the previous three matches.

England couldn’t go beyond 150, Sri Lanka managed 55, and South Africa accumulated 83.

Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Siraj, Ravindra Jadeja and Kuldeep Yadav have been unstoppable.

Shami (16 wickets), Bumrah (15 wickets), Jadeja (14 wickets), Kuldeep (12 wickets) and Siraj (10 wickets) have been magnificent for the Men in Blue.

There has been talks whether this is the best bowling attack of India in white-ball cricket. Sourav Ganguly bluntly said no.

“It is not the best pace attack of India. Zaheer Khan, Javagal Srinath and Ashish Nehra were phenomenal in the 2003 World Cup,” he told Sports Tak.

Zaheer (18 wickets), Srinath (16) and Nehra (15) took India to the final in South Africa.

“But yeah it is excellent to see Bumrah, Siraj and Shami in action. Bumrah is a class bowler and his presence makes a massive impact on the other two,” he added.