Mohammed Shami gets emotional remembering his father after taking 200 wickets

The first Test match between India and South Africa is currently underway in Centurion. In the match, Team India has improved its position. In the first innings, the team led by Virat Kohli bundled out South Africa for 197 runs to take a 130-run lead. Team India scored 327 runs in the first innings and 16 runs for the loss of one wicket in the second innings. The lead for Team India has grown to 146 runs. Fast bowler Mohammed Shami deserves credit for putting the Indian team in a strong position.

In the first innings, Shami took five wickets for 44 runs. By dismissing Kagiso Rabada, he also reached 200 wickets in Test cricket. Shami was promoted to this position in the 55th game. After the third day’s play, Shami spoke with bowling coach Paras Mhambrey on BCCI TV. After taking 200 wickets, he revealed the secret of celebrating.

The first Test match between India and South Africa is currently underway in Centurion. In the match, Team India has improved its position. In the first innings, the team led by Virat Kohli bundled out South Africa for 197 runs to take a 130-run lead. Team India scored 327 runs in the first innings and 16 runs for the loss of one wicket in the second innings. The lead for Team India has grown to 146 runs. Fast bowler Mohammed Shami deserves credit for putting the Indian team in a strong position.

In the first innings, Shami took five wickets for 44 runs. By dismissing Kagiso Rabada, he also reached 200 wickets in Test cricket. Shami was promoted to this position in the 55th game. After the third day’s play, Shami spoke with bowling coach Paras Mhambrey on BCCI TV. After taking 200 wickets, he revealed the secret of celebrating.

Shami remembers his father

Mohammed Shami waved his hand in the air after taking his 200th wicket. He reflected on his father, who passed away in 2017 from a heart attack. Shami also paid tribute to his father with his 200th wicket. Mohammed Shami, recalling his father’s struggle, said, “Whatever I am today, my father has made me.” I grew up in a village with few facilities, and there are even fewer facilities related to sports today. My father would still cycle 30 kilometers to take me to coaching camps. Shami went on to say, “I still remember his struggle.” He invested in me in those days and in those circumstances, and I will be eternally grateful to him.

No one can ever imagine what you will achieve in the future when you are struggling to leave your mark, Mohammed Shami said about 200 Test wickets. Your initial ambition is to play only for India and to share the dressing room with players you’ve seen on TV. All you have to do is work hard with your hands, and if you sweat, the results will start to favor you.

Mohammed Shami waved his hand in the air after taking his 200th wicket. He reflected on his father, who passed away in 2017 from a heart attack. Shami also paid tribute to his father with his 200th wicket. Mohammed Shami, recalling his father’s struggle, said, “Whatever I am today, my father has made me.” I grew up in a village with few facilities, and there are even fewer facilities related to sports today. My father would still cycle 30 kilometers to take me to coaching camps. Shami went on to say, “I still remember his struggle.” He invested in me in those days and in those circumstances, and I will be eternally grateful to him.

No one can ever imagine what you will achieve in the future when you are struggling to leave your mark, Mohammed Shami said about 200 Test wickets. Your initial ambition is to play only for India and to share the dressing room with players you’ve seen on TV. All you have to do is work hard with your hands, and if you sweat, the results will start to favor you.

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