He further emphasized that Bumrah and Siraj not only take wickets but also help in constraining the opposition's run rate when the spinners take over.
"Not just giving us wickets, but probably just containing the runs as well (for) when me and Jaddu bhai (Ravindra Jadeja) come to bowl.
“We've always got one or two wickets, only today (against Bangladesh) we felt that they got a very good start.”
In addition to the pace attack, India's spin duo of Kuldeep Yadav and Ravindra Jadeja has played a pivotal role in the team's journey. Their performances have been significant not just in taking wickets but also in maintaining a stranglehold over the opposition's run rate.
Jadeja, showcasing his versatility, has excelled as both a wicket-taker and an economical bowler. With seven wickets in the tournament and the fourth-best economy rate at 3.75 runs per over, Jadeja has been a vital asset for Captain Rohit.
Kuldeep, who has been impressive with six wickets and the seventh-best economy rate, has echoed the significance of simplicity and consistency in their approach.
We're just working on length and we're keeping it very simple, me and Jaddu bhai," Kuldeep said.
"We're getting the good wickets as well, but it's very important to keep it very simple and just maintain that in every game, that's very important.
"If you pick an early wicket in the middle overs, definitely it gives you confidence and it just controls the run rate as well."
As India progresses in the World Cup, they will face stronger opponents like New Zealand and the defending champions, England. Bumrah, Siraj, Kuldeep, and Jadeja will play pivotal roles in dictating the terms of the game.
As they gear up to face tougher challenges in the tournament, the bowlers' consistency and effectiveness will be paramount in achieving their ultimate goal – the ICC World Cup trophy.">