India VS New Zealand: What even Kapil Dev could not do, Mohammed Shami did, overall made these 3 records

New Delhi: If New Zealand could not touch the three hundred mark, or cross it, the biggest reason behind it was Mohammed Shami, who took five wickets and stopped the Kiwis from crossing the three hundred mark in one go. Shami took five wickets for 54 runs in 10 overs. And the performance has been such a watershed, so not one, but many records were made by this fast bowler. There was also a feat in it which no one could do before in the 48-year history of the World Cup. This feat did not come in the way of Kapil Dev or any other Indian bowler. However, do you know about all the records made by Mohammed Shami, including this Is included.

Shami’s paws are amazing!

Shami took five wickets, becoming only the first bowler to do so in the nearly 48-year history of the World Cup. Before him, no Indian bowler including Kapil Dev could do this. Before Shami, Kapil Dev, Venkatesh Prasad, Robin Singh, Ashish Nehra and Yuvraj Singh have taken five wickets each for India in the World Cup.

Most wickets for India in a World Cup

Zaheer Khan (44) is the highest run scorer in the history of the World Cup. He is followed by Javagal Srinath (44). And breaking his record is also a big challenge, but when Shami established himself, he overtook Anil Kumble (31) and Jasprit Bumrah (29) and reached the third position. Shami has taken 36 wickets in the World Cup so far. Kapil Dev (28) is at number six. That means Shami did two things which even Kapil Dev could not do. Overall, till the New Zealand match, Shami has taken 36 wickets in 12 matches in the World Cup.

Most sixes in the World Cup

It’s not going to come with the bat, it’s going to be four wickets in an innings of a match. In this case, Kangaroo lefty Mitchell Starc is number one with six exploits, but it is also possible that Shami can equal Starc in this edition because South Africa’s Imran Tahir and now Shami have achieved five exploits each in a match. Jointly second in wickets. And yes, no other Indian bowler has taken four or more wickets in a match more than twice.