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“I give full credit to myself” – Mohammad Shami


Indian fast bowler Mohammad Shami claims that he himself deserves all the credit for his superb performances recently especially in the last two matches of team India in the ongoing ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019.

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“Credit? Who else however me. I give full credit to myself,” said Shami after India’s crushing 125-run win against West Indies on Friday, June 28 at Old Trafford in Manchester.

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Shami had been struggling much in the past 18 months with his career. He had dropped from one-off test against Afghanistan in June a year ago and was supplanted by Navdeep Saini after he failed to pass through the yo-yo test that was led to measure the fitness of the players.

From that point forward, nonetheless, Shami has returned into the Indian side and made himself a significant part in various formats. He is among the main picks in the Test side, while likewise getting himself a spot in the World Cup squad as a back up to Jasprit Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar Kumar. And due to the hamstring injury of Bhuvneshwar, Shami was added in the main XI straight against Afghanistan.

“It wasn’t just about failing the Yo-Yo test. There are times when your rhythm goes for a toss. I fizzled, that is a different thing, yet then I have buckled down and improved my fitness. I believe I am in a decent zone now as I have lost weight, got rhythm and everything is working for me,” the 29-year old pacer said.

“I presently try to keep up my diet, preparing routine reliably. Since I am feeling more stronger, not getting drained effectively, my speed has additionally expanded. What’s more, to the extent ability is concerned, I generally realized I can perform well on any track,” he included.

Shami had been in outstanding form in the World Cup as he picked up 8 wickets in just two matches including a last over hat-trick against Afghanistan.

“What I experienced in the previous year and a half, it’s me and just me who had to suffer. So credit goes to me,” the right-arm pacer said.

“Truly, I thank the Almighty for giving me the solidarity to battle everything — from family issues to fitness. I am presently just focused on doing admirably for my nation.”

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