Mohammed Shami's indoor cricket in lockdown
Mohammed Shami's indoor cricket in lockdown

Indian cricketer Mohammed Shami shared a video where he seen practicing cricket in indoor with his family. Right-arm fast bowler, who consistently bowls around the 140 to 145 km/h (87 to 90 mph) mark, and swings and seams ball at that pace which makes him a deceptively potent fast bowler.

Reverse swing specialist Shami made his ODI debut against Pakistan in January 2013 where he bowled a record four maiden overs. In his Test debut against West Indies in November 2013 he took a pack of five wickets. Shami scripts a record of fastest Indian bowler to take 100 ODI wickets in January 2019.

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Shami’s IPL history

Shami made his Indian Premier League (IPL) debut for Kolkata Knight Riders in 2013. He was signed by Delhi Daredevils for the 2014 season but played only a few matches in that season. He was retained by the franchise in 2015 but did not play a match that season before becoming a regular in the side. In December 2018, he was bought by Kings XI Punjab in the player auction ahead of the 2019 season.

T20I Carrier

Shami made his debut in Twenty20 Internationals on 21 March 2014 against Pakistan in the opening match of the World T20 and took the wicket of Umar Akmal. He was played for only three matches in the tournament and dropped from the rest. He was included in the side in 2014 tour of England, following the Test series, in July. He played in the lone match of the series and finished with 3 wickets conceding 38 runs.

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Shami’s twitter post

Shami’s twitter post reads as “Tell me the rules of Indoor Cricket! #OneDropOneHand,” his post read on Twitter.