Shami read in the pride of Indian pacers, told why our pace attack is the best

new Delhi: Mohammed Shami, Ishant Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah And Umesh Yadav The Pace Quartet is counted among the world's most dangerous Pace quartets today. Because of these four fast bowlers, today Team India has the best pace attack in the cricket world. These four are such bowlers who can get the wicket of the opposition team on any kind of pitch and in any environment and can make the team's weight heavy in the match. In praise of his fellow fast bowlers, now Shami has also said many big things.

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Shami not only praised the Indian pacers while interacting with Team India's former wicketkeeper batsman Deep Dasgupta, he also said that apart from him, Ishant, Bumrah and Umesh, India also has such bowlers. Those who bowl at great speed and can stack the batsmen of the opposition team any day. Talking about this, Shami said, 'The world knows that India has never produced 5 real fast bowlers at one go. This has never happened in the history of Indian cricket. We have bowlers in the reserve who can bowl at a speed of 145 km.

Shami further said that there is no competition between Indian pacers and no one is jealous of each other. Relations between Indian fast bowlers are so strong that everyone enjoys each other's success. About this, Shami said, 'This is the best pace attack because no one is jealous and everyone enjoys each other's success. It sounds like a family. Look at Ishant Sharma. He is on the verge of playing 100 Tests. This is not an achievement, but if you talk to him, then you will know what kind of person he is. He is very attached to the ground.

The thing to understand here is that there was a time when the Indian cricket team was craving to take 20 wickets in a Test match on foreign ground, but now due to its pace attack, it is easy for Team India to beat the batsmen of any opposition team. looks like. Many cricket giants have declared this pace quartet of India as the most dangerous bowling attack in the world and many great players have compared this pace quartet of India to the team of West Indies of the 80s.