IPL 2018: Mohammed Shami gets a major boost from one Indian player

IPL 2018: Mohammed Shami gets a major boost from one Indian player

Skipper Gautam Gambhir was impressed with Shami's bowling

Mohammed Shami of Delhi Daredevils
Mohammed Shami of Delhi Daredevils. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Mohammed Shami was in the news for many wrong reasons in the recent times. First, he was involved in a controversy as his wife came out to the media to complain about him. The BCCI then withheld his annual contract which was restored later on. Furthermore, he was also involved in a car accident and the last few days turned out to be very hectic for him.

Shami was involved in many controversies right after the South Africa tour. However, things seem to be getting back to normal. The Delhi Daredevils confirmed that he was cleared to play. He also joined their training camp a few days back. To the fan’s delight, Shami was also bowling well according to sources.

Shami gets his rhythm back after an initial struggle

Shami is currently struggling both on the professional and personal front. But despite all the problems, he seems to be getting back to his best. After a decent performance in South Africa, Shami was away from cricket for some while. However, he will be sporting the DD jersey and taking an active part in the IPL this year.

Mohammed Shami was seen toiling hard in the nets in Feroz Shah Kotla in New Delhi. Shami still had a bandage on his forehead as he was practising. He had a minor cut on his forehead during the car accident while he was travelling to Delhi from Dehradun. He had nine stitches on his forehead but that isn’t causing any hindrance to his bowling. Shami was initially seen struggling with his lines and lengths during the practice session. But he eventually found his rhythm back and bowled decently well.

Delhi Daredevils skipper Gautam Gambhir also looked impressed with Shami. He spoke to the bowler and said that he was bowling in the right areas. Shami’s confidence would have been definitely boosted after hearing these words from the skipper.