IND vs NZ Indian team's fast bowler Mohammed Shami took three wickets while bowling sharp in the second ODI against New Zealand on Saturday. With this, Mohammed Shami has achieved a special achievement in ODI cricket. Shami left behind 6 veteran bowlers simultaneously.
Indian team's fast bowler Mohammed Shami bowled sharp in the second ODI being played against the New Zealand cricket team in Raipur on Saturday and achieved a special achievement.
Mohammed Shami made three New Zealand batsmen his victims. He clean-bowled Finn Allen in the first over. After this, in the seventh over of the innings, Darryl Mitchell (1) was caught on his ball. The right-arm fast bowler made Michael Bracewell (22) his third victim.
Mohammed Shami has become the 10th Indian bowler to take the most wickets in ODI cricket history. Mohammed Shami has 159 wickets in 87 matches. He left behind former fast bowlers Ashish Nehra and Manoj Prabhakar in this matter. Nehra has 157 wickets in 120 ODIs while Prabhakar has 157 wickets in 130 ODIs. Shami left behind both of these veteran bowlers by a big margin.
Be aware that the record of taking the most wickets from India in ODI cricket is recorded in the name of Anil Kumble. Kumble has taken 337 wickets in 271 matches. Former fast bowler Javagal Srinath is in the second spot with 315 wickets in 229 matches. Ajit Agarkar is third on the list with 288 wickets in 191 matches. Zaheer Khan is fourth with 282 wickets in 200 matches. Harbhajan Singh completes the top-5 list with 269 wickets in 236 matches.
By the way, Mohammed Shami occupies the 67th position in terms of taking the most wickets in ODI history. Shami had 156 wickets in 86 matches before this. He left six bowlers behind as soon as he took 3 wickets against New Zealand. It includes Ashish Nehra (157 wickets) of India, Chris Woakes (157) of England, Manoj Prabhakar (157) of India, Malcolm Marshall (157) of West Indies, Shoaib Malik (158) of Pakistan, and Richard Hadlee (158) of New Zealand. Huh.