Mohammed Shami exceptional bowling performances
Here are some of his best bowling performances:
- 5/51 vs Australia, Mohali, 2023: He took five wickets for just 51 runs in the first ODI against Australia in Mohali on September 22, 2023.
- 5/18 vs Sri Lanka, Wankhede, 2 Nov 2023 (2023 World Cup): Shami delivered a match-winning performance, taking five wickets and giving away only 18 runs.
- 4/22 vs England, Lucknow, 29 Oct 2023 (2023 World Cup): Another remarkable performance by Shami in the 2023 World Cup where he took four wickets and conceded only 22 runs.
- 5/54 vs New Zealand, Dharamsala, 22 Oct 2023 (2023 World Cup): Shami took five wickets and gave away 54 runs in this match.
- 7/57 in the semi-final against New Zealand in 2023 Cricket World Cup
These performances showcase Mohammed Shami’s exceptional skill and consistency as a bowler. His ability to swing the ball both ways and extract bounce from the pitch has made him a genuine threat to any batsman…
Mohammed Shami’s best bowling performances across various formats. Test Cricket:
- 6/56 (1st Innings) against Australia in Perth Stadium, 2018
- 5/28 (2nd Innings) against South Africa in Wanderers Stadium, 2018
- 5/35 (1st Innings) against South Africa in Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy Cricket Stadium, 2019
- 9/118 (Match) against West Indies in Eden Gardens, 2013
- 8/107 (Match) against South Africa in SuperSport Park, 2021
- 7/58 (Match) against Bangladesh in Holkar Cricket Stadium, 2019
- 6/56 (2nd Innings) against England in Oval, 2014
- 6/51 (1st Innings) against England in Edgbaston, 2018
- 6/132 (Match) against Afghanistan in Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, 2018
- 7/57 (Match) against New Zealand in Old Trafford, 2019
- 7/57 in the semi-final against New Zealand in 2023
- 3/21 (Match) against Afghanistan in Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, 2014
- 3/38 (Match) against England in Edgbaston, 2014
- 2/14 (Match) against Zimbabwe in Melbourne Cricket Ground, 2022
These are just some of Mohammed Shami’s most impressive bowling performances. He has a knack for taking wickets in clusters, and he has been a key contributor to India’s success in all three formats of the game.
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