Indian red ball specialist Mohammad Shami will replace injured pace spearhead Jasprit Bumrah for the looming T20 World Cup in Australia.
India’s most prominent Muslim cricketer Mohammed Shami has spoken out for the first time since being subjected to vitriolic online abuse following the defeat to Pakistan at the T20 World Cup.
Indian fast-bowler Mohammed Shami has revealed that he considered committing suicide three times a few years ago, while fighting a number of personal issues.
Following a brilliant bowling display by Mohammad Shami in the second Test between Australia and India in Perth, Shami defended the sledging the two teams were engaged in as he believes it’s what the fans and pundits like to see.
India’s pace attack was lauded as lethal by many during the Test series against England, but former India bowler Shanthakumaran Sreesanth disagrees.
Mohammed Shami is expecting India’s pace attack to win them the fourth Test against England at Southampton.