IND vs ENG: Neither blood came out, nor bones were broken, yet Shami terrified the England batsmen!

Shami’s bowling shook England!

Image Credit source: Twitter

It was Shami’s own fire, in which Bumrah and Siraj were seen warming their hands with the wicket. But the team game is also the same, that when the pressure is building from one end, the bowler of the other end was seen taking advantage of it, which was seen from the Indian bowlers in Edgbaston in the second day’s play.

<!–

अब पेश है सुबह 11 बजे की ताज़ा ख़बरें

–>

TV9 Hindi

TV9 Hindi , Edited By: Saket Sharma

Jul 03, 2022 | 2:18 pm




What is the fear of a fast bowler inside the batsman? Shami (Shami) He showed up in the first innings of the Edgbaston Test against England. Shami showed that only by taking wickets or by hitting the batsmen with the ball, he is not shown his pride. Rather there are other ways to do this and that way is to beat the batsmen with the right line length. To instill in them the fear of being out. Shami showed something similar against England on the second day of the Edgbaston Test. Simply put, it was Shami’s fire in which Bumrah and Siraj were seen warming their hands with the wicket. But the team game is also the same, that when the pressure is building from one end, the bowler of the other end was seen taking advantage of it, which was seen from the Indian bowlers in Edgbaston in the second day’s play.

read this also



England’s innings lasted 27 overs on the second day of the Edgbaston Test, in which Mohammed Shami alone bowled 13 overs. That is, the remaining 14 overs were done by Bumrah and Siraj together. Shami got the advantage in bowling because of the three breaks he got due to rain, due to which he managed to leave his impact on the English batsmen. The wicket got him only Jack Leach, who came as a night watchman after giving 33 runs in 13 sides, but the pressure he created on the rest of the English batsmen came in handy for fellow bowlers i.e. Bumrah and Siraj.