Mohammed Shami explains why he batted offensively in the Nagpur Test.

Mohammed Shami explains why he batted offensively in the Nagpur Test. Shami batted crucially and hit three sixes to extend his team’s advantage beyond 200 runs in the Nagpur Test.

Mohammed Shami and Axar Patel of India were vital in helping their team achieve 400 runs in the first Test match against Australia in Nagpur, giving their team a dominating first innings lead.

Shami batted first on Day 3 and seemed in total control from the outset. Rotating the attack with Axar Patel and smashing poor deliveries into the seats. He knocked in 37 runs off 47 deliveries, including two fours and three massive sixes. The fast bowler’s innings poured salt in the wounds of the Australians, as he looked sturdy at the crease.

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The pair discussed their relationship after the match on

“Aaj hamare sath Nagpur se aaye Mr Lala, itna confidence se aaye, kya soch rhe the (Today, we have Mr Lala [Mohammed Shami] from Nagpur, what were you thinking?)” said Axar.

Shami said, “Aap vahan batting kar rhe toh mera ek hi role tha ki jitni der ho sake vahan rukho, kuch nhi yaar. Nothing, you were hitting, my task was to remain as long as possible and demonstrate patience, but I couldn’t.”

“Mein aapko bole jaa rhu thande hojao, eyes rakh lo, mein jab bola eyes rakh lo aapna chakka maara, mein fir bola eyes rakh lo aapne chakka maara,” Axar said. I advised you to be patient, and you struck a six. I told you the same thing again, and you hit another six). ” Shami said, “Ego pain ho gya tha (My ego was hurting).”

The second Test of the series begins in Delhi on Friday, February 17. The Australians may have further challenges since the Delhi wicket may end up helping spinners.

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