Mohammad Shami is an Indian cricketer. Being Right Arm-Fast-medium Bowler in the India national cricket team . At all three Formats .
|Born||03 September 1990|
|Height||5 ft 8 inch (173 cm)|
Mohammad Shami Ahmed was born on 03 September 1990 ,Amroha, Uttar Pradesh, India. His age is around 32 years (2022).
Shami grew up in the village of Sahaspur in Amroha, Uttar Pradesh, one of five children. His father Tauseef Ali was a farmer who had been a fast bowler in his youth, when Shami was 15 he was taken to Badruddin Siddique, a cricket coach in Moradabad, a town 22 kilometres (14 mi) from his home.
Something About Shami
“Shami never wanted money. His goal was the stumps, the sound that comes from hitting the stumps. Ever since I saw him, most of his wickets were bowled. He bowls with an upright seam, on or just outside off stump, and gets it to cut back in.”
— Debabrata Das on Mohammad Shami
Career of Mohammed Shami
Shami made His Test Debute against West Indies in November 2013 in front of his home crowd at Eden Garden, Kolkata. There, he took his maiden Test wicket – that of Kieran Powell– finishing with figures of 17–2–71–4 in the first innings of the Test match.
In the second innings, his figures were 13.1–0–47–5. He had a dream debut, taking nine wickets for 118 runs – the most by an Indian pacer on debut, surpassing Munaf Patel’s seven wickets for 97 runs at Mohali in 2006.
In the ongoing 2021–23 World Test Championship, Shami is the fifth-highest wicket-taker with 25 wickets in 6 matches.
As a result of his performances in domestic matches, Shami was selected for India’s One Day International (ODI) series against Pakistan, replacing his Bengali teammate Ashok Dinda and subsequently made his debut in the third ODI of the series in Delhi on 6 January 2013 and he returned figures of 1/23 from 9 overs in a low-scoring game that India won by 10 runs.
In October 2013, he was selected in India’s squad to face the touring Australians . After being left out of the team for the first three ODI matches, he played in all the remaining matches, taking seven wickets, including two three-wicket hauls and emerged as the fourth leading wicket-taker of the series.
In December, he was included in the squad of team India for the series against Australia in the Australian soil and he took 4 wickets in the 2 ODIs he played.
|Test Debut||06 November 2013 v West Indies (Cap279)|
|ODI Debut||06 January 2013 v Pakistan (Cap 195)|
|T20I Debut||21 March 2014 v Pakistan (Cap 46)|
|IPL||2011-2013 : Kolkata Knight Riders|
2014-2018 : Delhi Daredevils
2019-2021 :Punjab Kings
2022-Till Now : Gujarat Titans
Shami made his debut in Twenty 20 International (T20I) on 21 March 2014 against Pakistan in the opening match of the 2014 T20 World Cup and took the wicket of Umar Akmal, to give him figures of 1/31 in 4 overs bowled. He played the next two matches, but was then dropped for the rest of the tournament.
Shami was initially placed on stand-by for 2022 T20 World Cup, but after Jasprit Bumrah was ruled out of the tournament after sustaining a back injury he was named as Bumrah’s replacement.
- Shami took nine wickets in his debut Test match in 2013, the most by an Indian fast bowler on debut.
- On 5 March 2014, he became the second fastest Indian bowler to take 50 ODI wickets.
- In January 2019, Shami became the fastest Indian bowler to take 100 ODI wickets.
- Highest wicket-taker in ODIs in 2019.
- In December 2021, he became the third fastest Indian pacer with the least number of deliveries to take 200 Test wickets.
- As of January 2022, Shami has the 10th career-best strike rate in One Day Internationals.
- He holds the record of most consecutive four wickets in an innings in One Day Internationals (3).
Domestic abuse allegations
In March 2018, a First Information Report was lodged against Shami and members of his family by his wife, Hasin Jahan, citing domestic violence and adultery.
A claim of rape was also made against Shami’s elder brother. Shami was charged with offences relating to domestic violence, attempted murder, poisoning and criminal intimidation.
Shami denied all of the allegations, claiming that they were a conspiracy and had been made to distract him from cricket. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) with held Shami from their national contracts list as a result of the allegations.
His wife also claimed that Shami had been involved in match fixing. This was investigated by the anti-corruption unit run by the BCCI and on 22 March the board reinstated Shami’s national contract, clearing him of the corruption charges.
Victim of online abuse
In October 2021, Shami, the only Muslim player in India’s side at the time, became victim to an online trolling campaign and was subjected to a range of abuse, much of it Islamophobic on social media following India’s loss to Pakistan during the 2021 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup.
He had conceded 43 runs during the match and was India’s most expensive bowler. Several current and former cricketers, including India’s captain Virat Kohli, publicly supported Shami following the abuse, with Kohli specifically addressing the Islamophobic nature of the abuse Shami had received.
Shami was signed by KKR, an Indian Premier League, in 2011; Kolkata’s head coach Dav Whatmore had worked with the Bengal Cricket Association and had identified Shami, who had played Twenty20 matches for Bengal, as a player with potential.
He played a single match for the side in the 2011 Champions League twenty20, but despite being touted as a player likely to make an impact ahead of the 2012 tournament, he did not play in the IPL until 2013, making three appearances for Kolkata during the season.
In the 22021 season, Shami took 19 wickets in 14 matches and finished as Punjab’s leading wicket-taker for the third straight season and as the fifth highest wicket-taker in that year’s competition.
During the season he became the fourth bowler in franchise history to take 50 wickets for Punjab. Ahead of the 2022 IPL auction he was, however, released by the side. He was purchased by Gujarat Titans, a newly formed franchise, for 6.25 crore(US$780,000) from the marquee group of players.
He took 20 wickets at an economy rate of 8.00 runs per over during the season as Gujarat won the league title in their first season.
Mohammad Shami Net Worth
According to various online resources the net worth of Mohammad Shami is estimated around $6 million dollars which is 48 crores in Indian Currency.
Apart from BCCI match fees, from which 6.25 Crores is the current salary of Mohammad Shami for playing from Gujarat Titans.
Social Media and Advertisements
Mohammad Shami has also a best amount of social media following by which he makes decent amount of money. He had also done many TV commercials for Brands till now.
|Net Worth||$6 Million|
|Net Worth In Indian Rupees||48 Crore INR|
|Monthly Income And Salary||1.5 Crore +|
|Yearly Income||14 Crore +|
|Income Source||Cricket, Advertisement|
Social Media of Mohammad Shami
Mohammad Shami has a quite good amount of following. He consistently posts content in all his social media profiles.
Here are all the social media profiles:
|Mohammad Shami||4.3M Followers|
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
1.What is the net worth of Mohammad Shami in Indian rupees?
Ans. The net worth of Mohammad Shami in 48 crores in Indian rupees.
2. How old is Mohammad Shami ?
Ans. Mohammad Shami is 32 years old.
3. Nick name of Mohammad Shami ?
Ans.No any Nick name of Mohammad Shami.
4. Which state in Mohammad Shami ?
Ans. Mohammad Shami Belongs to Uttar Pradesh .