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Toxic swing with a speed of 145 kmph; Shami let out a roar

Indian pacer Mohammad Shami has warned two opponents, New Zealand and England, before flying to England to play in the World Test Championship final. He claims that India is going to England with the best pace bowling lineup. So foreign teams are thinking at least twice before making wickets at home. Virat Kohli’s team now plays fearless cricket abroad because of this great pace attack.

However, Shami is not alone, Ishant Sharma, Yashpreet Bumra, Umesh Yadav, Mohammad Siraj and Shardul Tagore are on the upcoming tour with him to wake up the opposing batsmen. So Shami yells at the two opponents, ‘The best part of our pace division is that we can all bowl at 140 to 145 kmph. Accompanied by toxic swings. If one or two bowls very fast in a team, the opponent does not have a problem. But everyone in our team bowls fast while maintaining the pace line-length. As a result, it is very difficult to deal with us.

Bowlers like Navdeep Saini, famous Krishna, Deepak Chahar, Shardul have come up for the next day to keep pace with Ishant, Shami and Bumra. Shamir claims this is the best pace bowling lineup in India. In his words, ‘I’m not short of anyone. In the past, however, the Indian team relied on one or two pace bowlers. But now that trend is no more. We have bowlers who have won multiple matches in this team. So when going abroad, the opposing team thinks at least twice before putting grass on the wicket.

Explaining how young bowlers are now kept in the Indian team, Shami said, “There is no difference between senior and junior in our dressing room. Everyone can give their opinion. Because our real goal is to win the country. Moreover, we look at one more thing. Apart from contributing to the team’s victory as a senior, what I am setting an example for future generations is also a big issue. I am doing that to take the cricket of the country forward