Wasim Akram’s Dull ‘Mohammed Shami Comment’ In front of India’s Reality Cup Standoff With Britain

As all-rounder Hardik Pandya keeps on recuperating from the lower leg injury he supported during Cricket World Cup 2023 match against Bangladesh, Pakistan legend Wasim Akram has said that the Indian crew “looks great” even without the presence of Hardik Pandya. After his physical issue, Hardik couldn’t remove a portion of the rest of the match against Bangladesh before he totally missed India’s new match against New Zealand as well. Be that as it may, the Rohit Sharma-drove side proceeded to win both the matches easily.

“This crew looks great even without Pandya. In the event that he is fit, great,” Akram told Sportskeeda.

The progressions in Indian crew for the New Zealand game saw Mohammed Shami getting to play his most memorable round of the continuous World Cup. The right-arm pacer took advantage of the open door as he returned figures of 5 for 54 out of 10 overs.

“Dropping Shami now will be troublesome. I feel India shouldn’t take a chance with Pandya (against Britain) since, supposing that it’s a physical issue to a hamstring or quad, then despite the fact that you feel much better at first, you could pull a muscle in the match. So let him recuperate 100% and afterward you can play him,” Akram said.

“Credit to the group the board that at whatever point any player in the crew comes into the XI, he appears to be prepared. At the point when Shami’s ball raises a ruckus around town, it can stray one way or the other,” he added.

Shami struck on the principal wad of his Cricket World Cup 2023 and never thought ready for action from that point forward.

“It isn’t not difficult to appear on the scene Cup and set it all up straight away. He (Shami) is another ball bowler and in some cases while bowling first-transform, you can get profound and think ‘for what reason didn’t I get the new ball?’ However he has the experience and he capitalized on the open door that he got to dominate the match for his nation,” said the Pakistan extraordinary.

India are set to confront Britain next at the Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Arena, Lucknow on October 29.

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