There is no answer to Jadeja’s spin… Break the 27-year-old world record

Ravindra Jadeja records braking

Indian cricket team’s all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja didn’t get a chance to bat against Netherlands in the final league match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023, but he did wonders in his bowling. Jadeja showed two players from the Dutch team the way to the pavilion with his left-handed orthodox spin bowling. During this period, he achieved a major success in his name by breaking the 27-year-old Indian record. The Indian team won this game by 160 runs. Now Team India will face New Zealand in the semi-finals on November 15. This match will be played at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.

Ravindra Jadeja gave India a huge success by bowling Dutch opener Max O’Dowd. He then dealt the opposing team the eighth blow by letting Roelf Vander Merwe get caught by Shami. Jadeja is the Indian spinner who has taken the most wickets in a single edition of the World Cup. He left behind legendary leg-spinner Anil Kumble, who had taken 15 wickets in the 1996 World Cup 27 years ago. Jadeja has 16 wickets in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023. This is the best performance by an Indian spinner in a World Cup.

Broke Anil Kumble Record

In this list, Anil Kumble has now slipped to second place while Yuvraj Singh is at third position with 15 wickets. Yuvi had taken 11 wickets in the 2011 World Cup while Kuldeep Yadav and Maninder Singh are at fourth and fifth position with 14 wickets each. Kuldeep has taken 14 wickets so far in this World Cup while Maninder had taken 14 wickets in the 1987 World Cup.

India are just two wins away from equaling Australia’s great record

India has reached second place in winning the most consecutive matches in a single World Cup. Team India is invincible in the current World Cup. By defeating the Netherlands, it celebrated its ninth consecutive victory. Australia holds the record for having won the most games in a single World Cup without losing a single game. Australia had won 11 games in a row at the 2003 and 2007 World Cups. Team India is just two wins away from taking on Australia. If India wins the semi-final and final, they will equal Australia’s great record.