Former South Africa pacer Dale Steyn feels that Mohammed Shami is the best bowler in the world on current form.
India pacer Mohammad Shami and opener Mayank Agarwal have reached their career-best positions in the ICC Test Player Rankings after contributing in an innings and 130-run victory over Bangladesh in the first Test in Indore.
The writing was on the wall on the third morning itself and it was all about delaying the inevitable for Bangladesh as the Indian pace bowlers ran through their batting line-up once again as Virat Kohli and boys register an innings and 130-run win over the visitors in the first Test of the two-match series at the Holkar Stadium on Saturday.
Bangladesh were tottering at 60/4 in their second innings at lunch on the third day after India declared their first innings at overnight score of 493/6 in the first Test here on Saturday.
Mohammed Shami grabbed two wickets off the last two balls before tea to dash any Bangladesh hopes of a revival as they were left reeling at 140/7 on Day 1 of the first Test here on Thursday.
Former cricketer Aakash Chopra on Wednesday retweeted his 2010 tweet on cricketer Deepak Chahar, which trended for quite a while on Twitter throughout the day.
Team India pacer Deepak Chahar is in for a heartbreak.
The pink ball swings more than the red one but how it would behave after getting old, especially when dew will be a factor, is keeping India skipper Virat Kohli intrigued ahead of team's historic day-night Test against Bangladesh.
After thumping South Africa in the three-Test series, India will aim to maintain their supremacy in ongoing World Test Championship and extend their lead when they take on Bangladesh in the first Test of the two-match series beginning Thursday at the Holkar Stadium here.
Barely two days after taking a hat-trick for Team India, pacer Deepak Chahar grabbed another treble, this time for Rajasthan against Vidarbha in the ongoing Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy on Tuesday.