Mohammad Shami | Biography | Age | Wiki | Wife | Net worth |

   Mohammad Shami | Biography | Age | Wiki | Wife | Net worth |
   Mohammad Shami Biography

Mohammad Shami (born March 9, 1990) is an Indian international cricketer who plays for Bengal domestic cricket. Mohammed Shami bowls fast pace with right arm and bowl at a speed of 140 km. Mohammad Shami is considered to be a specialist in a reverse swing. He started the January 2013 ODI career against Pakistan and scored four over Maiden in the same match. Mohammad Shami started his Test career in November 2013 against the West Indies and took 5 wickets.

Mohammad Shami Cricket career

Shami made his Test debut against Assam in the Ranji Trophy and took 3 wickets in this match. Ranji season for the year 2012-13 was good enough for Shami, this season Shami took 10 wickets in the match against Hyderabad, and in another match, 11 wickets including a hat-trick in the match against Madhya Pradesh.

Shami played his first one-day match against Pakistan, in this match, Shami got into the eye after adding four o'clock Maiden. On the tour of New Zealand, Shami took 7 wickets at an average of 28.72. Shami took 9 wickets in the 2014 Asia Cup and became India's third fastest 50-wicket-takers bowler. Shami took 17 wickets in just 7 matches of the 2015 World Cup.

Shami played his first Test match against the West Indies in the home ground of Eden Gardens, in this match, Shami scored record with 9 wickets. After good performances against South Africa and New Zealand, Shami went on a tour of England but the tour proved bad for Shami and took just 5 wickets at an average of 73.20. But after this, on the tour of Australia, Shami achieved 15 out of 3 matches, for which the Australian media also praised him.

In 2011, Shami joined the KKR team and became a part of the champions team in 2012. Shami was signed by Delhi Daredevils in 2014, but due to injury Shami, 2015 could not be part of his team in the IPL.

 Mohammad Shami International carrier

Mohammad Shami ODI career

As a result of his good performance in domestic competition, Shami Ahmed was selected for India's ODI series against Pakistan, who gave place to his Bengal teammate Ashok Dinda and later on January 6, 2013, in the third one-day match in Delhi. Performed your first exhibition. In the low scoring game of India's 10-run win, 9 overs to 1/23 were selected for India's tour of Australia in October 2013. After sitting on the back of the first 3 matches, he was given an opportunity in the fourth match in which he took 3 wickets.

In New Zealand's tour of India in 2014, Shami took 11 wickets at an average of 28.72.

On March 5, 2014, in the Asia Cup match against Afghanistan, Shami became the third fastest Indian player to take 50 wickets in 50 ODIs. He ended the tournament with 23.59 on 9 wickets.

After a 3-1 defeat against England in the Test series, India had won 3-1 in the ODI series, in which Shami had taken 8 wickets in 24.16. In the fifth ODI, he scored a good goal in the over with a hard line and lame and middle stump yorkers. After that cricket pundits, they call the Indian bowling future

Shami took 10 wickets at 17.40 against the West Indies in October 2014. In the second ODI of the series, he took 4 wickets for 36 runs in 9.3 overs.

He was in the 15-man squad for the 5 Odyss against Sri Lanka in November 2014 but he was replaced by Dhawal Kulkarni due to injuries sustained during the West Indies series.

Effective performance in domestic matches

Shami played his first first-class match against Assam in 2010. In this, he took three wickets. Shami's performance was also good in the forthcoming matches. In the match against Hyderabad during the Ranji Trophy 2012-13, Shami got 4 wickets for 36 runs in the first innings and 6 wickets for 71 runs in the second innings. After that, the Bengal team helped them win by 4 wickets in 6 balls without 6 balls. Likewise, in the match against Madhya Pradesh in Indore, Shami got 7 wickets for 79 runs in the first innings and 72 in the second innings with 4 wickets. In the first innings, a hat-trick was also included. The Bengal team, however, lost the match, but Shami's performance impressed everyone.