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Watch Video: Ahead Of Ind, Pak Clash; Shaheen Afridi’s Heart-warming Chat With Mohammed Shami Sets Internet On Fire

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India vs Australia viral video: Mohammed Shami has been all over the internet on Monday, for two reasons. First, his brilliance with the old ball in the T20 World Cup warm-up match against Australia at the Gabba where he inflicted a run-out and then picked up three wickets, two of which were with lethal yorkers that helped India win by 6 runs, in what was the only over he bowled in the match.

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Second, Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) official Twitter handle on Monday posted a video of Mohammed Shami having a heart-warming conversation with Pakistan’s Shaheen Afridi in the nets. The video went viral on social media in no time. Shami was sweating it out in the nets at Gabba when team India was playing its warm-up match against Australia. Shaheen and other Pakistan players were too present there as they are scheduled to play a warm-up match at the same venue against England after India vs Australia match.

In this video Shaheen was all praise for Shami’s bowling, hailing his ability to delivery with an upright seam. “Jab se maine bowling start kari hai tabse mai aap ko follow kar raha hu, aap ki na wrist position aur seam ka jawab nahi hai (I am following you since I started bowling and from that time I have been a big fa of your wrist position and upright seam,” said Shaheen. And thus begun Shami’s master class on seam position.

“Agar release point acha ho jayega na seam bhi theek ho jayega (if the release point is on point, then the seam will be automatically good),” said Shami.

WATCH VIDEO HERE

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The opening game will be for both players will India vs Pakistan on Sunday (October 23). Shami has come in place of injured Jasprit Bumrah in the India squad whereas Shaheen Shah Afridi is coming back from a knee injury that ruled him out for 3 months

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