Mohammed Shami

Mohammed Shami first burst into prominence when he was India's leading fast bowler in the 2015 World Cup in Australia. His Test debut in November 2013, against the touring West Indies, was a memorable one. He reverse-swung the old ball appreciably, and at good pace, in the two-match series to take 11 wickets at 16.54. In the summer that followed in England, Shami and Bhuvneshwar Kumar, recorded the second-highest 10th wicket partnership for India in Tests, when they put on

111 runs against England in Nottingham. He has also enjoyed early success in the Twenty20 format, picking up 14 wickets in his first eight domestic Twenty20 games, and was signed by Kolkata Knight Riders for the 2011 IPL season. He got his first game for them in 2013, and was acquired by Delhi Daredevils in 2014, who retained him in 2016 despite his missing the entire 2015 season with injury.

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Mohammed Shami becomes fastest Indian bowler to 100 ODI wickets

Mohammed Shami edged former India seamers Irfan Pathan, Zaheer Khan, Ajit Agarkar and Javagal Srinath to become quickest to 100 ODI wickets for the country.

Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami, Ishant Sharma: India pacers most lethal trio in a calendar year

The Indian seamers had a fantastic year in 2018, with Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami and Ishant Sharma emerging as the most successful trio.

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India vs Australia 2nd Test: After Lunch, Mohammed Shami feasts on Australian batsmen in a hostile spell

On the 4th day of the 2nd Test against Australia, Mohammed Shami produced a spell so devastating that it made Glenn McGrath wonder: “Where was he hiding under the sun?”

India vs Australia: Mohammed Shami, India's unassuming wicket-taking machine

Mohammed Shami struck twice as Australia were 104 for 4 at stumps on Day 4 of the first Test.

Ranji Trophy: Jalaj Saxena profits from Bengal’s slip-ups

Kerala batsman Jalaj Saxena makes most of dropped chance to score his 14th first-class ton; puts visitors in control.

Mohammed Shami goes against BCCI's wishes, bowls 26 overs in Ranji tie

Mohammed Shami said rolling his arm for 26 overs was his "own decision".

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On eve of Ranji game, Mohammed Shami yet to join Bengal squad

Mohammed Shami's inclusion in the squad has revived Bengal's hopes for season's first win after they secured six points from two matches on basis of their first innings lead.

Ranji Trophy: Mohammed Shami allowed to bowl only 15 overs per innings for Bengal

With Mohammed Shami selected in the squad for the Test series against Australia, the BCCI has imposed a limitation on the number of overs he can bowl in a Ranji Trophy match.

Ranji Trophy: Mohammed Shami likely to play for Bengal before leaving for Australia

Mohammed Shami is likely to play Bengal's next Ranji Trophy home match against Kerala here from November 20-23.

Cricketer Mohammed Shami's estranged wife Hasin Jahan joins Congress

Jahan, a model by profession, made tabloid headlines earlier this year when she accused her cricketer husband of a series of allegations, including match-fixing, adultery and domestic violence

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