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Mohammed Shami Biography a prominent figure in Indian cricket, is renowned for his right-arm fast bowling, often reaching speeds of 145 km/h. Excelling in all formats, he plays domestically for Bengal, in the IPL for Gujarat Titans, and is particularly noted for his expertise in reverse swing.

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Mohammad Shami Biography

Born on September 3, 1990, in Sahaspur, Uttar Pradesh Mohammad Shami Biography full name Mohammad Shami Ahmed grew up in a family passionate about cricket. His father, Tausif Ali Ahmed, a farmer and former fast bowler, recognized Shami’s talent and took him to coach Badruddin Siddiqui in Moradabad for training at the age of 15. Mohammad Shami Wiki amidst his four siblings who also aspired to be fast bowlers stood out and eventually fulfilled his father’s dream by mastering the craft of cricket and making it to the professional level.

Mohammed Shami Biography and Family Information

Full NameMohammed Shami Ahmed
NicknameLalaji
Date of Birth03 September 1990
BirthplaceAmroh, Uttar Pradesh
Age33 years
Father NameLate Tausif Ali Ahmed
Mother NameAnjum Ara
 Brother NameMohammad Hajib, the names of two more brothers not known
Sister NameNot Known
Marital StatusDivorced
Wife NameHasin Jahan

Mohammed Shami Hairstyle

ColourDark
Eye ColorBlack
Hair ColorBlack
Length5 feet 7 inches
Weight75 kg

Mohammed Shami Education

Mohammed Shami, the renowned Indian cricketer, completed his primary education at Amroh Primary School. He didn’t pursue education beyond the 10th grade, choosing instead to dedicate his focus entirely to cricket, a decision that significantly shaped his successful career in the sport.

Mohammed Shami Early Cricket Career

Born in Uttar Pradesh Mohammed Shami Biography could not be selected for his state’s Under-19 team, after which on the advice of coach Badruddin Siddiqui, Shami moved to Kolkata and started playing for Dalhousie Athletic Club. Devvrat Das, former assistant secretary of the Bengal Cricket Association, noticed him and sent Shami to Mohun Bagan Club. Under the supervision of former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly at Mohun Bagan Club, Shami worked hard in the nets and took more than 40 wickets for the Town Club in the Kolkata League. Soon after, he was given the opportunity to play for the Bengal Ranji squad.

Mohammed Shami Domestic Cricket Career

Mohammed Shami’s cricket career began in October 2010 with his debut in domestic cricket for Bengal. His first match in the 2010-11 Ranji Trophy against Assam saw him taking 3 wickets. On February 10, 2011, he made his List-A debut in the Vijay Hazare Trophy against Odisha, taking 3 wickets for 39 runs in 10 overs. Shami’s T20 debut came on October 20, 2010, in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy against Assam, where he impressed with 4 wickets for 24 runs in 4 overs. These performances led to his selection for the India A team in 2012. In a Test match against West Indies in June 2012, he made a significant 73-run partnership for the 10th wicket with Cheteshwar Pujara, paving his way to the Indian national cricket team.

Mohammed Shami Biography

Mohammed Shami IPL Career

Mohammed Shami made his IPL debut in 2013 with Kolkata Knight Riders, but had a quiet season, mostly remaining on the bench. In the 2014 season, he was picked by Delhi Capitals for ₹4.25 crore, where he played 12 matches and took 7 wickets. Delhi Capitals retained him for the 2015 season and reacquired him in the 2018 auction. Shami joined Punjab Kings in 2019 for ₹4.8 crore, becoming their leading wicket-taker that year. In 2020 and 2021, he delivered exceptional performances, taking 20 and 19 wickets respectively, showcasing his prowess in the league.

Bowling

FormatTotal MatchesInningsTotal RunsWicketEconomyAverageBBF
IPL110110242634115.5326.864/11

Batting

FormatTotal MatchesInningsTotal RunsHighest ScoreAverageStrike Rate100s200s50s
IPL1102574215.6993.67000

Mohammed Shami’s International Cricket Career

ODI


Mohammed Shami Biography outstanding domestic performances led to his selection in the Indian team in 2013. He debuted in One Day Internationals (ODIs) against Pakistan on January 6, 2013, in Delhi, where he made a strong impression by taking one wicket for 23 runs in 9 overs, including four maiden overs. In 2014, Shami shined in a series against New Zealand, taking 11 wickets at an average of 28.72. He achieved a remarkable feat in the 2014 Asia Cup, becoming the second Indian bowler to take the fastest 50 ODI wickets.

Shami’s skills were further highlighted in the 2015 World Cup, where he took 17 wickets, significantly contributing to the team’s performance

Bowling:

FormatTotal MatchesInningsTotal RunsWicketEconomyAverageBBF
ODI989748481875.5323.915/51

Batting:

FormatTotal MatchesInningsTotal RunsHighest ScoreAverageStrike Rate100s200s50s
ODI9847214257.9283.92000

Tests


Mohammed Shami’s Test debut was on November 6, 2013, against the West Indies in Kolkata, where he took 9 wickets, a record for an Indian fast bowler on debut. His impressive performance earned him a place in the team for the South Africa series, where he claimed 6 wickets in two matches. In the 2014–15 Border-Gavaskar Trophy, Shami took 15 wickets in five innings.

In June 2021, Shami played in the first ICC World Test Championship final against New Zealand. He performed exceptionally in the first innings with four wickets, though he couldn’t replicate this in the second innings. Following this, he was part of the Indian squad for series against England and South Africa. Against England, he took 11 wickets in five innings, and against South Africa, he claimed 14 wickets in three matches, including his first five-wicket haul in Tests

Bowling:

FormatTotal MatchesInningsTotal RunsWicketEconomyAverageBBF
Tests64122115152293.3127.716/56

Batting:

FormatTotal MatchesInningsTotal RunsHighest ScoreAverageStrike Rate100s200s50s
Tests64897505611.974.63002

T20Is:

Mohammed Shami made his T20 International debut against Pakistan on March 21, 2014. In his debut match, he took his first wicket by dismissing Umar Akmal, conceding 31 runs in 4 overs. He continued to impress in his second T20I against England, where he took three crucial wickets. However, there was a gap of nearly two years before he made a comeback to the T20I format against West Indies, but he couldn’t make a significant impact.

Shami’s performances in T20Is remained relatively modest, and he got a chance to play in the three-match T20 series against New Zealand, where he managed to take only two wickets.

In September 2021, he was included in the Indian squad for the 2021 T20 World Cup. During the tournament, he took a total of 6 wickets in five matches, contributing to India’s campaign in the competition.

FormatTotal MatchesInningsTotal RunsWicketEconomyAverageBBF
T20Is2323477248.9429.623/15
FormatTotal MatchesInningsTotal RunsHighest ScoreAverageStrike Rate100s200s50s
T20Is233000.00.0000

Mohammed Shami’s International Debut:

  • Test- 6 November 2013 vs West Indies, Kolkata
  • ODI- 6 January 2013 vs Pakistan, Delhi
  • T20I- 21 March 2014 vs Pakistan, Dhaka

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