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“What a turnaround in 3 years!” Twitter reacts as Mohammad Siraj becomes No.1 ranked ODI bowler

Mohammed Siraj has been India's best bowler across formats of late.

Fans on Twitter reacted in joy after Indian pacer Mohammad Siraj becomes No.1 ranked ODI bowler in ICC rankings. They hailed the pacer for his remarkable turnaround and said lauded him for his staggering dedication in the last three years.

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Mohammad Siraj becomes No.1 ranked ODI bowler

From being termed as the ‘worst bowler’ to one of the ‘best pacers’, Mohammed Siraj has been one of the main reasons behind India’s success in the ODIs of late. The right-arm pacer has looked threatening every time he came to the ball and has troubled the opposition batters with his impeccable line and lengths.

Not only in the powerplay, but Siraj also has been sensational with the ball even in the death and is bowling economical spells in all games he has played so far in the year 2022. The Hyderabad pacer was the leading wicket-taker for India in ODIs 2022 with 24 scalps to his name from just 16 games.

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Siraj made sure that he carry his form along and start the year 2023 on high as he bowled staggering well in the series against Sri Lanka. He ended the three ODI series as the highest wicket-taker with his best coming in the last game, where he bagged 4 wickets. The pacer took 9 wickets in the series and made India win the series.

However, he didn’t stop there as yet again proved his mettle in the ODI series against New Zealand as he picked four wickets in the first game and then took one in the second game. His impressive performance has seen him attaining his career-best rankings of the ICC. Siraj became the No.1 Ranked bowler.https://twitter.com/AryanxTweetzz/status/1618178082158018560?s=20&t=HsjacMR8Z3pRw4O29qoBXA

Fans on Twitter react as Mohammad Siraj becomes the No.1 Ranked bowler in the ICC ODI rankings

As Mohammad Siraj became the No.1 Ranked bowler in the ICC ODI rankings, fans on Twitter reacted to it. They lavished rich praise on the pacer for his staggering rise and said that he will rule the world cricket for the next 4-5 years. Here are some of the reactions:

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