Cricket News sort by Mohammed Shami Ahmed

Team India pacer Mohammed Shami refused to comment too much on off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin’s non-inclusion for the third India-England Test at Headingley. Ashwin was not picked in the playing XI for the first two Tests as well.

Veteran Indian pacer Mohammed Shami has stated that the ball did not do a lot on the first day of the Trent Bridge Test. He asserted that India bowled in the right areas, which is why they were rewarded with wickets. Having lost the toss, India bowled England out for 183 on Day 1 of the first Test. Jasprit Bumrah starred with four wickets while Shami claimed three. Shardul Thakur, who was a surprise selection also chipped in with a couple, including the big one of Joe Root.

India’s woes on a day they were bundled out for 36 by Australia at Adelaide worsened as experienced pacer Mohammed Shami was ruled out of the Test series with a fracture on his arm. During India’s disastrous batting outfit in the second innings at Adelaide, Shami was struck on the right arm by a bouncer from Pat Cummins.

Experienced India pacer Mohammed Shami believes that the IPL 2020, to be held in the UAE from September 19 to November 10, will be a good preparation for the tough Australia tour to follow. Indian cricketers haven’t played any international cricket since the tour of New Zealand earlier this year owing to the Coronavirus pandemic wreaking havoc

Indian fast Mohammed Shami on Saturday finally opened up on the dark phase of his career, and revealed that he felt like committing suicide not once but thrice owing to the various personal and professional problems he was going through.

Indian fast bowler Mohammed Shami on Friday stated that even the best batsmen in the business have flaws, and that he has his own plans when it comes to dismissing skipper Virat Kohli. Shami added that he is well aware of his captain’s strengths and weaknesses having spent so much time with him.

Senior Indian pacer Mohammed Shami has backed out-of-form fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah, stating that it is wrong to criticize a player after just two or three poor performances

Super Overs continued to haunt New Zealand as they went down to India in the third T20I at Hamilton to concede the five-match series. Needing 10 to win off the last two balls in the Super

A dominant India overcame a hapless Bangladesh by an innings and 130 runs to go 1-0 up in the two-match series at Indore on Saturday. The hosts needed only three days to wrap up the contest as Bangladesh folded up for 213 in the second innings.