With just a few days left until the marquee event, The ICC Cricket World Cup, the hype around is already on a high.
Where every player will be trying to put his best on the show, the Indian pace bowler Mohammed Shami is once again confident on excelling in this edition of World Cup which gets underway on 30th May.
He was one of the lead sailors who sailed India flawlessly to the semi-final in the 2015 World Cup, where he had an exceptional World Cup debut with 17 wickets in 7 matches he played. Following the tournament, he played only five matches, until December 2018.
Since then he has taken 19 wickets in 11 matches at an economy of 26.42, and the bowler also had a decent IPL season with 16 wickets, and now he is all set to exploit windy and overcast conditions in England, which suits his bowling style.
England has become a batsman’s paradise. But a bowler has to be smart enough to alter his line and length. I have the pace and swing to outsmart them.
Mohammed Shami has worked greatly on his fitness in the time he was away from the field, to get back national reckoning and now he is back stronger, faster and fitter than before.
He has a proven record of both conventional and reverse swing and is confident about his potent toe crushing yorkers.
Overall India has a great pace attack for the upcoming edition of World Cup as they have skillful bowlers like Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami and Bhuvenshwar Kumar. With such a healthy competition in this department, all of them are ready to bang the opposite sides with their lethal bowling and with the advice of each other.