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Mohammed Shami Reacts After Returning To The India Nets After Long Haul

Mohammed Shami (Credit: BCCI)

Indian cricketers returned to the India nets ahead of their series against Australia after a long haul owing to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. Fast bowler Mohammed Shami reacted after hitting the training session in the India colours which kicked off in Sydney from Sunday.

Virat Kohli & Co are currently undergoing the mandatory 14-day quarantine in Sydney. However, they have been allowed to train outdoors following the negative return of their Covid-PCR tests. Meanwhile, Mohammed Shami, who has been in brilliant form shared a clipping from the training session.

Mohammed Shami begins training

The fast bowler from Bengal, who made it to all the squads, expressed his excitement in returning to India nets after a gap of so many months.

“There is no better feeling than to play for your country. A long wait to bowl in the #TeamIndia nets finally ended today! Looking forward to our Australian tour. #teamindia #Mshami11 #SaddaPunjab” Shami wrote.

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Meanwhile, Mohammed Shami will hope to keep up the excellent run as India look to dominate the hosts. He has been delivering the goods in the last couple of years and Shami’s prime focus will be to keep up the tempo. The fast bowler scalped 20 wickets in the recently concluded season of the IPL, where he impressed one and all with his death bowling.

Shami played a key role in India’s historic Test series win in Australia in 2018-19, where he finished with 16 wickets across four Test matches. With Ishant Sharma and Jasprit Bumrah injured, Mohammed Shami will have additional responsibilities on his shoulder.

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India will kickstart their tour of Australia with six white-ball internationals, which is set to start with the three-match One-day International series in Sydney from November 27.