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Mohammed Shami Said This Upon ODI Comeback Against England Sports
Smit Trivedi
Posted on 13 Jul, 2022
By Smit Trivedi
On 13 Jul, 2022
By Smit Trivedi
On 13 Jul, 2022

Mohammed Shami Said This On ODI Comeback Against England

The Indian bowling attack consisting of Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami stole the show during Men in Blues’ latest outing at The Oval on Tuesday. While Bumrah bowled a record-breaking spell of 6/19, he was well supported by Shami, who made his comeback in One Day Internationals. The 31-year-old returned to the ODI set up for the Men in Blue after nearly 18 months in exile.

Shami played his first ODI for India since November 2020 and claimed three wickets. He got rid of star players like Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler while conceding just 31 runs in seven overs. Shami also went on to claim 150 wickets in ODI cricket and became the fastest Indian bowler to do so. He reached the milestone in just 80 innings, surpassing the record of Ajit Agarkar, who achieved it in 97 innings.

Mohammed Shami comments’ on India’s bowling 

Mohammed Shami joined in on a video chat with bowling coach Paras Mhambrey for after the first ODI. During the interview, the speedster spoke about his bowling against England. He said, “As soon as we started, the ball was stopping and seaming, it became important for us to pick our areas and keep line and length in control. We played our best performance (in the first ODI); like the way a series has to be started, it set an example.”

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Shami shared, “Everyone together has been playing so much cricket, so they instantly understand their job and what needs to be done. After I bowled the first over, it was clear that there will be some seam and swing. He (Bumrah) bowled on the same lengths and got good wickets. It makes life easy for bowlers, especially for the first change ones.”

The Indian speedster also spoke about his exile for the ODI format of the game. He shared that he was very comfortable with the team despite such a prolonged gap. The 31-year-old said, “It was not a small break but of three years. Nothing was going on in my head regarding the (long) gap. “

He added,” I’ve become very comfortable with the team; we travel together and have been playing together for like a decade now. Everyone knows their job and after playing so much cricket, if you come with a question mark in your mind, then I believe it’s not good.”

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