Pacer Mohammad Shami was on Friday precluded of India’s squad for the forthcoming Asia Cup, raising questions about his cooperation in the marquee ICC World Twenty20 that takes after the asia cup.
Indian Pacer Mohammad Shami ruled out of Asia Cup
Seamer Bhuvneshwar Kumar has been named as swap for Shami by the selection committee. After a long damage cutback, post a year ago’s World Cup, Shami was reviewed to the national squad for the visit Down Under, just to be precluded again by a hamstring harm.
“The BCCI therapeutic team confirm that Mohammed Shami has been discounted of Asia Cup, 2016. The choice has been taken to give him more opportunity to recuperate from the Grade II damage to one side hamstring,” BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur said in an announcement. Shami had not demonstrated his wellness at the season of the declaration of the squad, on February 5, for the two competitions.
However senior choice board of trustees administrator Sandeep Patil had guaranteed at a question and answer session amid the declaration of the group that “Shami had begun knocking down some pins” and communicated his certainty that the bowler will be fit in time for the big event.