Witness the remarkable bowling achievements of the 2023 ODI World Cup, where bowlers broke records and delivered unforgettable performances. Here are Mohammed Shami's top bowling figures including his sensational seven wickets. So let's know about Top 5 best bowling performances of CWC 2023
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Mohammed Shami was dropped by the Indian management for the first four matches. After Hardik Pandya's injury, he was included in the playing eleven. Shami played his first match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 against New Zealand in Dharamsala and immediately showed that keeping him on the bench was a wrong decision. He took 5 wickets for 54 runs against New Zealand and helped restrict the team to 273 runs. India scored 274/6 and won the game, with Shami winning man of the match.
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Shaheen Afridi has been the leading wicket-taker for Pakistan in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023. Afridi produced his best performance of the tournament against Australia in Bengaluru. Shaheen took 5 wickets for 54 runs in his spell, but Australia scored 367/9. Pakistan chased down 305 runs and lost the match by 62 runs.
The match between India and South Africa at Eden Gardens ended in a one-sided result. India made a tough score of 326/5. The pitch was tough and had turn for the spinners and Ravindra Jadeja took full advantage of it. He took 5 wickets for 33 runs and South Africa were all out for 83 runs, their lowest score of the World Cup. India registered a big victory by 243 runs.
Mohammed Shami has taken three wickets in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023. Their second win came against Sri Lanka, when India recorded their second biggest win in a World Cup game. Batting first, India scored 357/8 runs in the first innings. Sri Lanka was all out for just 53 runs and India won by 302 runs. Every Indian bowler performed well, but Shami took 5 wickets for 18 runs, his third half-century in the World Cup.
Mohammed Shami became only the fifth seven-wicket haul in ICC Cricket World Cup history. He took 7 wickets for 57 runs against New Zealand in the first semi-final and single-handedly took India to the final. Shami was the bowler who stopped the Kiwi batsmen from chasing the target. This was Shami's fourth World Cup appearance and third in this edition.