WATCH: Chants of ‘Shami, Shami’ as crowd celebrates Mohammed Shami’s five-wicket comeback | Cricket News

NEW DELHI: The group in Dharamsala erupted in pleasure and began chanting ‘Shami, Shami‘ after the star India pacer Mohammed Shami claimed a five-wicket haul to limit New Zealand to 273 runs within the ICC World Cup match on the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Affiliation Stadium in Dharamsala on Sunday.
Shami (5/54) was the decide of the bowlers, and the 33-year-old was adjudged ‘Man of the Match’ for his stupendous bowling present.

After India bowled New Zealand out, your complete crowd in Dharamsala began chanting ‘Shami Shami’.

ICC World Cup 2023: India beat New Zealand by By 4 wickets in Dharamshala

Launched into the assault within the ninth over, Shami struck along with his first ball of the event by eradicating Will Younger and went on so as to add 4 extra wickets to his title.
Aside from Younger, Shami dismissed Rachin Ravindra (75), Daryl Mitchell (130), Mitchell Santner (1) and Matt Henry (0).

“If you come again after a very long time to the XI, you will need to get confidence early. That first recreation helped me get that confidence. It isn’t too arduous (ready by the sidelines) in case your staff is doing properly. They’re your teammates and if they’re doing properly, then you need to be supporting them. If it (being benched) is within the staff’s curiosity, I am okay with it,” Shami stated after the match.
Shami grew to become the primary Indian to bag two five-wicket hauls within the historical past of the ODI World Cup. The 33-year-old picked his first five-wicket haul in opposition to England within the 2019 World Cup.

Kapil Dev, Venkatesh Prasad, Robin Singh, Ashish Nehra and Yuvraj Singh all have one five-wicket haul in ODI World Cups.
India will now tackle defending champions England of their sixth match of the event on October 29 in Lucknow.

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