Indian pacer Mohammad Shami, who was rested from the final two T20I matches against New Zealand in away series, took to Twitter to tell his fans that a baby girl is getting welcomed in his family. Shami posted a picture of his brother’s newborn daughter on twitter to express his happiness and congratulated his brother while he stays away from home in New Zealand on national duty.
One more baby girl in my family ❤️❤️❤️❤️ Congratulations on the birth of your cute princess, May she grow up with love and gracious heart. Welcome to the world little one. Congratulations for brother family pic.twitter.com/ViCGMrrxTo
— Mohammad Shami (@MdShami11) February 3, 2020
Shami posted on twitter and said, ‘’ One more baby girl in my family. Congratulations on the birth of your cute princess, May she grow up with love and gracious heart. Welcome to the world little one. Congratulations for brother family.”
Mohammad Shami is bowling at his peak best series after series for India and is among the best old ball bowler in the world right now. Shami bowled a brilliant spell in the third T20I against New Zealand in which he dismissed two batsmen in the last over to take the game to Super Over. New Zealand, who were on the brink of registering their first win in the series, eventually lost the game with India chasing down 17-run Super Over target in just 5 balls. Rohit Sharma hit two brilliant sixes in the Super Over.
Mohammad Shami has become a much lethal bowler than he earlier was after he included toe-crushing Yorkers and brilliant bouncers to dismiss batsmen in every format. He has become a regular part of the Indian squad on national and international tours. Shami has bagged 175 wickets in Tests, 143 in ODI’s and just 12 wickets in T20 format for India.
India has become the first country to whitewash host country in a 5-match T20 International tournament. India won two Super Over matches in the series while they easily managed to win the other three matches. Shami has been included in the 3-match ODI series and 2-match Test series which is scheduled to start from February 5, 2020.