Mohammed Shami suffered a wrist injury in the Adelaide Test against Australia. After that he lived in NCA for a long time.
Mohammad Shami is the important bowler of Punjab Kings
The Punjab Kings team has not been able to win the IPL title even once. He has played only one final so far. The team does not have a shortage of explosive batsmen, but the biggest weapon of the team in bowling is fast bowler Mohammad Shami. He is the most experienced bowler in the team and leads the bowling attack. Mohammed Shami’s journey in the IPL started in the year 2013.
Shami has played eight seasons in the IPL so far, in which three teams have been represented. In 2013, he spent with Kolkata Knight Riders. After this, he was bought by Delhi Capitals. From 2014 to 2018, he played for Delhi Capitals. After this, in the auction in 2019, he was added by Punjab Kings for Rs 4.8 crore.
Mohammed Shami ready to return after injury
Mohammad Shami is going to return after a long time this season. He suffered a wrist injury while batting in the first Test match in Australia. After this he stayed away from cricket for four months but now he is ready to return. Talking about his preparations, he said, “ It was very unfortunate to get hurt while batting because I did not have any problem in fitness for a long time but I cannot do anything about it. I always keep positive thinking. Last season was good for me and hopefully it will be the same this time.
Shami did an amazing performance in the last season
The first season was good for Punjab Kings. He played 14 matches and took 19 wickets. He was the highest wicket taker for Punjab Kings. Last season, Shami played 14 matches in which he took 20 wickets at an economy rate of 8.57. During this, he gave runs at an average of 23.00. At the same time, he has played a total of 65 matches in the IPL. He has taken 60 wickets with an economy rate of 8.89. His best performance was also seen in the last season where he took three wickets for 15 runs.
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