Look At Mohammed Shami’s Best Six Performances In One Day Internationals

Look At Mohammed Shami’s Best Six Performances In One Day Internationals

India had great performances in the past because of how well they played with both the bat and the ball. Still, when it comes to bowling, Mohammed Shami has been India’s most valuable asset.

As per t20 match highlights, Shami has won four “Man of the Match” awards and has taken 135 wickets in 66 matches. He is the first Indian bowler and the second bowler in the world to reach 100 ODI wickets the fastest. Shami has done very well in this World Cup, but he is also the fastest Indian bowler and the second-fastest bowler in the world to get 100 ODI wickets.

  • Delhi, 2013: India Vs. Pakistan (9-4-23-1) –

After losing the first two games of the tournament, India was on the verge of a humiliating whitewash at the hands of their bitter rivals Pakistan. Both of these games were won by Pakistan. The morning was cool in Delhi, and India was the first team to bat. They could only score 167 points. India seemed destined to be embarrassed in some way, and only a miracle could save it.

Even so, the bowlers stepped up to the challenge and gave great performances. The line and length of Mohammad Shami’s first ball were the same from the start to the end. During his four overs, he stopped Pakistan from scoring more than once.

Even though he only got one wicket in that game, it was the start of Shami’s career in One-Day International cricket. Even though his country had a low score to defend in his first international match, Shami played as he belonged.

Sometimes he was able to hit the outside edge of the bat, and if luck had been on his side, he would have hit a few more people.

  • New Zealand And India Played The Napier Test Match (6-2-19-3) –

The time Shami spent in Napier was very important in deciding if he would be picked for the World Cup team or not. With the first ball, he bowled pretty well, which led to the openers being out for a low score. When he got the new ball for the first time, he bowled two overs in which no runs were scored. He came back with the old ball, and when he took Mitchell Santner out of the game, it was a turning point that changed the way the game went.

After losing both of their openers, New Zealand never got back on track. They were bowled out for 156 runs. This was an easy goal for India to reach with 8 wickets still in hand, thanks to Shikhar Dhawan’s great half-century.

  • England Against India, Birmingham 2014 (7.3-1-28-3) –

India had already lost the test series 3-1, but there was still a small chance that they could bring something back from England. India was already up 2-0 in the series, and all they needed to do to win was one more win. After getting off to a rough start, England’s batting quickly got worse. Shami and Bhuvi helped India get off to a good start, and at 23-3, England was in a dangerous position.

The English batsmen got off to a great start, but when Shami came back out to the field and got rid of Buttler, they lost their momentum. India beat England by nine wickets in an ODI match, bringing England’s total score down to 205 and giving India a commanding 1-0 lead in the series. The first batters for India played a big role in this win.

  • ¬†India Vs. Afghanistan, Southampton, 2019 (9.5-1-40-4) –

Bhuvneshwar got hurt during India’s game against Pakistan, so Shami was put in his place in the starting lineup for India’s next game, which was against Afghanistan. Virat Kohli and Kedar Jadhav both scored half-centuries to help India get to 224, which was a good score but not enough to win.

Early in the first inning, Shami got rid of Zazai, who could have changed the game’s outcome in a big way. This had an immediate effect. All of India’s bowlers were great, but it was Bumrah’s middle overs that set the tone for the game. From there, Shami quickly took care of the lower order to give India the win.

India beat Bangladesh by 11 runs with only one over left to play. This was made possible by Shami’s amazing hat trick. After getting rid of Nabi with the third ball of the over, he was able to bowl out the last two batters in a row. This helped India beat Bangladesh by a small amount.

  • ¬†2019, India Plays The West Indies In Manchester (6.2-0-16-4) –

India scored 268 runs in their game against the West Indies, even though the field helped the bowlers in some ways. Virat Kohli’s score of 72 and MS Dhoni’s unbeaten score of 56 made it seem it was a good total (from 61 balls).

Mohammed Shami was on fire right from the start of the game. He got rid of Chris Gayle with a rising delivery and then got rid of Shai Hope with a great one in the next over.

As soon as the middle overs started, he went back and took out Shimron Hetmyer, who could have been dangerous. The chase came to an end when Oshane Thomas, the last wicket for the West Indies, couldn’t handle his bumper.

  • Adelaide, 2015: India Against Pakistan (9-1-35-4) –

India’s first game of the 2015 World Cup was against Pakistan, a team they hate very much. India scored 300 runs when they were the first team to bat. This was a good score. The field was in good shape for batting, and the competition was wide open because Pakistan’s batting order was so good.

During the first spell, Shami was lightning fast and got the line and length just right. When he tried to get rid of Younis Khan, the whole Pakistani camp got cold. Later, he made sure that India’s World Cup record against Pakistan stayed perfect by taking out important players Shahid Afridi, Misbah-ul-Haq, and Wahab Riaz.