Shami became the highest wicket taker bowler by taking 24 wickets in 7 matches.

Mohammad Shami Narendra Modi (Photo Source:

Mohammad Shami: ICC ODI World Cup In the final, the Indian team had to face a shameful defeat against Australia. By defeating India by 6 wickets, the Australian team captured the World Cup title for the sixth time. No one knows better than this team how to present themselves in big and high pressure matches. Team India once again faced disappointment in ICC tournaments.

After the defeat, all the players are very broken, it is difficult to digest this defeat. Meanwhile, the picture of PM Narendra Modi consoling crying Mohammed Shami is going viral on social media.

Unfortunately yesterday was not our day- Mohammad Shami

Mohammed Shami was not a part of the initial matches of World Cup 2023. Then after the injury of Hardik Pandya, he was entered in the playing 11. Shami became the highest wicket taker bowler by taking 24 wickets in 7 matches. But he could not give his best for the team in the final, which he will regret. After India’s defeat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi went to the dressing room to meet the players and encourage them.

During this, Narendra Modi hugged Shami and consoled him. Sharing whose picture, Mohammed Shami wrote on social media, ‘Unfortunately yesterday was not our day. I would like to thank all Indians for supporting our team and me throughout the tournament. I am especially grateful to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for coming to the dressing room and encouraging us. we will return.’

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Narendra Modi wrote a special message after India’s defeat

Narendra Modi had written on social media after Team India’s defeat, ‘Dear Team India, your talent and determination during the World Cup was remarkable. You played with great spirit and brought great glory to the country. We stand with you today and always.

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