Pudhari Online: After defeating New Zealand by 70 runs in the penultimate match of the ODI World Cup, Team India struck in the last over. The Indian Union has reached its fourth stage. India’s fast bowler Mohammed Shami created a new history by taking 7 wickets in the penultimate match. Due to this, Mohammed Shami has become the fastest bowler to take 50 wickets in the ODI World Cup. Shami thrashed his 17-year-old batsman and dismissed Australia’s fast bowler Mitchell Starc off Vikram Modit. Mitchell or Adhi 19 and Davant and Vikram would have been a banana. (Mohammed Shami IND vs NZ Semi Final)
Shami’s bravery in the penultimate match against New Zealand played under the leadership of Kane Williamson at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.
Shami has become the first Indian bowler to take 50 wickets in the ODI World Cup. He is the seventh player in the history of the World Cup to reach the milestone of 50 wickets after Glenn McGrath, Muttiah Muralitharan, Starc, Lasith Malinga, Wasim Akram and Trent Boult.
Had the World Cup been over, Shami would have become India’s highest wicket-taker in the ODI World Cup, surpassing Zaheer Khan and Javagal Srinath’s tally of 44 wickets each. (Mohammed Shami IND vs NZ Semi Final)
Shami has become the top bowling bowler since Indian batsman Hardik Pandya got the chance. He initially won the Samanaveeracha award by taking five wickets against New Zealand. After that, he took five more wickets in the match against Sri Lanka played at Wankhede Stadium. He took 16 wickets in five innings. In the penultimate match against New Zealand, Shami took the first wicket after Devon Conwell. After that he followed Rachin Ravindrala. Due to this, the player who scored the most runs in New Zealand’s tournament was Tambut Paratla. Shami took 50 wickets after taking the wicket of Kane Williamson, who claimed to face Hirawun from India.
Best ever figures for an India bowler in ODIs 🙌
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