Mohammed Shami will get a gift for his excellent performance in the World Cup, mini stadium and gym will be built in the fast bowler's village
Mohammed Shami has performed brilliantly so far in the World Cup 2023. Shami created history by taking seven wickets in the semi-final against New Zealand. The Uttar Pradesh government is preparing to reward Shami for his excellent performance. The district administrative department in Amroha, Uttar Pradesh is planning to build a mini stadium and open gym in the fast bowler's village.
Indian team's fast bowler Mohammed Shami has performed brilliantly so far in the World Cup 2023. Shami took seven wickets for 57 runs in 9.5 overs in the semi-final match against New Zealand.
Thanks to his brilliant performance, the Indian team entered the final by defeating New Zealand by 70 runs. India will now face Australia in the World Cup 2023 final at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on Sunday.
After Shami's brilliant performance, the district administrative officer is planning to construct a mini stadium and open gym in Amroha, Uttar Pradesh. Amroha District Magistrate Rajesh Tyagi made an announcement in this regard on Friday.
DM Rajesh Tyagi said while talking to ANI, "A proposal has been made to build a mini stadium and open gym in Mohammed Shami's village Sahaspur Alinagar." The aim of build a mini stadium and open gym in Sahaspur Alinagar, the hometown of the Indian fast bowler. Was proposed.
Mohammed Shami did not get a place in the playing 11 in the initial matches of the league stage, but after the injury to Hardik Pandya, he became a regular part of the team and proved his usefulness. Shami is included in the list of bowlers taking the most wickets in the World Cup 2023.
Rashtriya Lok Dal (RJD) party leader Jayant Singh has expressed support for providing funds for the construction of a sports facility in Shami's village. Jayant Singh posted on his official
Mohammed Shami's specialty in the World Cup 2023 was that he troubled the left-handed batsmen a lot. In this World Cup, Shami bowled 52 balls to left-handed batsmen, in which he gave only 32 runs. He made eight left-handed batsmen his victims.
Mohammed Shami also became the bowler taking the most wickets in the current World Cup. The right-arm pacer took 23 wickets in 6 matches at an average of 9.13 and strike rate of 10.91. Against New Zealand, Shami bowled the best of his career, taking 7 wickets for 57 runs. Shami will now be seen in action in the final and the countrymen will once again expect an excellent performance from him.