new Delhi: Indian fast bowler Mohammed Shami is doing his best for Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) in the 13th season of IPL 2020. However, this player has once again talked about a knee injury in 2015. After Shami’s injury, there was speculation that his career was coming to an abrupt end. Shami revealed earlier this year that he had a fracture in 2015, despite this, he played in the World Cup. Shami was the second bowler to take the highest wicket for India in 2015.
Shami said, ‘In 2015, even in 2018, I was injured and it was told in the media that my career will end. It was said in the media reports that even if I come back, he will not be a Shami first and I also agreed that I am not that Shami, which was a few years ago ‘.
He said, ‘Only this thing is right what he has said. This comment inspired me to do better in sports for which I am known.
Shami said, ‘Everyone faces some problem in their life. To set a goal and achieve it, you need to plan a chart and work accordingly. I believe that all have to face a difficult phase in life and work in the right direction ‘.
He further said, ‘I remember that after the injury, I weighed about 95 kg and I felt that what people are saying is true and I cannot do anything about it. But then I had a ball next to me during 60 days of my bed rest. You don’t have to forget things in life and you have to learn. You have to adapt to the circumstances and you cannot lie to yourself, especially in relation to your profession ‘.