Despite showing a brilliant game in the ICC ODI World Cup 2023, the Indian team remained just one step away from winning the trophy. Team India, which reached the finals after winning 10 consecutive matches, had to face a one-sided defeat by 6 wickets against Australia in the title match. During this important match, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who was present in the stadium, met the disappointed Team India players in the dressing room after the defeat and encouraged them. Now fast bowler Mohammed Shami, who took the most wickets in the tournament, has given a big reaction on this.
We had lost the match, in such a situation meeting the PM boosts your morale.
After the defeat in the final match of the World Cup, disappointment was clearly visible on the faces of all the Indian players. After this, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached the dressing room, he met all the players and also encouraged them. Regarding this, Mohammed Shami, who reached his home in Amroha, while talking to the media, said that at that time we had lost the match, in such a situation, when the Prime Minister gives you confidence, it is a different moment. This is very important, because morale falls, then if your PM is with you then confidence increases. Overall everyone’s performance was quite good. There was no lack of skill and confidence. I think a bad day can happen and it can happen anytime, that day was not ours.
Mohammed Shami took 24 wickets
The Indian team did not include Mohammed Shami in the playing 11 in the first few matches. After Hardik Pandya’s exit, Shami got a chance to play and he grabbed this opportunity with both hands and took 5 wickets in his very first match in the tournament against New Zealand. After this, it seemed absolutely impossible to stop Shami in which he took the maximum of 24 wickets in the tournament. During this, Shami had taken 7 wickets in the semi-final match.
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