Mohammad Shami

MohammadShami 30 yrs

India

Born:Sep 3, 1990
batting style
Right Handed
bowling style
Right-arm fast

Recent form

BattingBowling

0(1)

vs SRH

IPL

2(2)

vs MI

IPL

0

vs DC

IPL

1(1)

vs AUS

ODI

10(15)

vs AUS

ODI

0(3)

vs AUS

Test

0(1)

vs AUS

Test

0

vs AUS

Test

6(10)

vs AUS

Test

0(1)

vs AUS

Test

Bio

Batting Career

FormatMatchesInningsNORunSRAvgHS100s/50s200s4s/6s
ODI77361714781.677.74250/0011/6
T20I110000.000.0000/000/0
Test49642049776.8211.30510/1050/20
IPL6319956100.005.60210/005/2

Bowling Career

FormatMatchesInningsWicketsSRAvg5 WktBFEco
ODI777614427.2925.4215/695.59
T20I11111219.8331.8303/389.63
Test499418049.4327.3659/1183.32
IPL63636022.5733.4503/158.89

Teams Played For

INDIA

Mohammad's Bio

A mainstay of the Indian Test team, Shami revived his limited overs career just the right time when all seemed that he will be made a Test specialist. A series of injuries to first choice quickies brought him back in the side and he made the most of the opportunity created for him. White ball series on the India’s tour of Australia and New Zealand were the occasion, Shami stamped his redemption with the white ball as he stuck to the task of dismissing openers cheaply. His ever so impressive seam position allowed him to nip the ball and he troubled top orders for both the teams.


Shami had announced his arrival on the big stage with a sizzling debut on his home ground Eden Gardens, dismantling the Darren Sammy-led West Indies when all eyes were on Ravi Ashwin and Jadeja to create a bulk of damage to the West Indies line up. His reverse singing in dippers were unplayable and while the Windies batsmen found their techniques inept to tackle his deliveries, India had unearthed a magnificent prospect in fast bowling that led to the arrival of India’s first fast bowling group that could threaten any batting lineup irrespective of pitches and overhead conditions.


Although he played in both ICC World Cup 2015 and 2019, he lost his white ball rhythm in the middle of the four year span. He established his place as one among the three seamers in the Test team but his place in the ODI and T20 sides vanished. 


Shami has not been successful in the IPL except for the last season when he scalped 19 wickets for the Punjab team. He was retained by the team with the expectation that he will provide early wickets as well as dry up the runs in death overs where his skills of Bowling Yorkers consistently will be tested. If he succeeds, KXIP has a great chance to prosper in this season.