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Mohammed Shami Biography, Stats, and Latest News

Mohammed Shami is an Indian international cricketer who plays for Bengal in domestic cricket. He bowls right-arm fast and he bowls at a speed of about 145 km. Mohammed Shami is considered an expert in the reverse swing. Mohammad Shami made his ODI debut in January 2013 against Pakistan and scored four overs in the same match. Mohammed Shami made his Test debut in November 2013 against West Indies and took 5 wickets.

On 5 March 2014, in an Asia Cup match against Afghanistan, Shami became the third fastest Indian player to take 50 wickets in 50 ODIs.

Shami made the world record for completing the fastest 30 wickets in the 2019 World Cup.
Mohammed Shami achieved 200 wickets for the Indian team in the least number of balls.

It took only 55 Test matches for Mohammed Shami to complete 200 wickets in his Test career.

Mohammed Shami Personal Details:

NameMohammed Shami
NicknameAhmed Shami
ProfessionCricketer (Bowler)
BirthplaceAmroha, Uttar Pradesh
Born NovSep 03, 1990 (32 years)
Height5 feet 8 inches
Weight69 kg
ReligionIslam religion
Eye ColourDark brown
Hair ColourBlack
FatherLate Tauseef Ahmed
Brother Haseeb Ahmed, Mohammad Asif
WifeHasin Jahan
Children’sAira Shami
Bowling StyleRight arm fast bowling
ODI debut6 January 2013 Pakistan, Delhi
Test debut6 November 2013 West Indies, Kolkata
T20I debut21 March 2014 Pakistan, Dhaka

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Latest News:

The last match of the series being played between India and Sri Lanka will be played in Trivandrum on January 15. Mohammed Shami can be rested in the third ODI. Since he played both matches earlier, Arshdeep Singh can be given a chance in his place. Anyway, Mohammed Shami’s performance was nothing special in both matches. In the first match, he spent 67 runs in 9 overs and got only one success. In the second match, he gave 43 runs in seven overs and did not get any wickets.

India defeated New Zealand by 12 runs in the ODI match played in Hyderabad on Wednesday (January 18). Mohammed Shami Shami got injured on the last ball of the 7th over of the innings. Eventually, he had to leave the field and return. Shami returned later and bowled as well. Shami resumed bowling in the 23rd over of the innings. Then bowled Glenn Phillips (11) in the 25th over. Phillips could not understand Shami’s ball and the balls were scattered straight away.

On the basis of excellent bowling under the leadership of Mohammed Shami, India first bundled out New Zealand for 108 runs, with this, Team India has also won the third consecutive series of the year 2023.

Team India has started the Border Gavaskar series against Australia in a very stormy manner. In the very first session of the first Test match being played against Australia in Nagpur, Mohammed Shami’s fiery bowling has been seen. The fast bowler of the Indian team, Mohammed Shami, has created a sensation by clean bowling Australia’s most dangerous batsman David Warner with one of his ‘magic balls’.

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