Mohammed Shami 200 Test Wickets.
After Mohammed Shami took his 200th Test wicket. The cricketing community also congratulated the Indian fast bowler on his achievement on Twitter.
On Sunday, India pacer Mohammed Shami took his 200th Test wicket. However, He accomplished the feat after dismissing Kagiso Rabada on Day 3 of the ongoing first Test. Of the three-match series against South Africa at Centurion’s SuperSport Park.
In addition, He is only the fifth Indian pacer to take 200 or more wickets in the game’s longest format. Furthermore, On Tuesday, Shami took his sixth five-for in Test cricket. As India bowled out South Africa for 197 and took a 130-run first-innings lead.
As soon as, Shami took his 200th Test wicket. the cricketing community congratulated the Indian fast bowler on his achievement on Twitter.
Here’s how the world reacted to Shami taking 200 Test wicket:
“Shami put on an outstanding display of seam bowling after Rahul’s fantastic innings on Day 1. 5 wickets and an excellent way to reach 200 Test Wickets. India moreover, takes a commanding 130-run lead thanks to his excellent spell. Wishing for the batsman to capitalize and set a lofty target for South Africa. “VVS Laxman, former India batter and National Cricket Academy (NCA) chief, also wrote on Twitter.
“@MdShami11 Shabash Sultan of Bengal Dekh ke maza aah gaya aah gaya aah gaya aah gaya aah gay Biryani. Doh ke baad din ke baad. Mehnat ka Phal (Mehnat’s Phal). God bless you “Former India head coach Ravi Shastri also captioned a few of Shami’s photos.
Furthermore said: Shami is sensational. “What an incredible achievement to take 200 Test wickets in only 55 games,” former India batter Aakash Chopra also wrote on Twitter.
“That seam position will be upright regardless of where you freeze the frame. Congratulations to one of the best in the business on 200 Test wickets “Wasim Jaffer, a former Indian cricketer, also wrote for Sha.
“Well done @MdShami11 #200testwickets well bowled,” Harbhajan Singh, who recently announced his retirement, also wrote on Twitter.
Meanwhile, India lost Mayank Agarwal on Day 3 just ahead of Stumps. Also, Marco Jensen providing the Proteas with an early breakthrough.
On Day 4, India will also resume play at 16 for one, with KL Rahul and Shardul Thakur in the middle.
However, India scored 327 in the first innings, led by Rahul Dravid’s 123, his seventh Test century.