Ind vs Nz: Only Rahul Gandhi stood with Mohammad Shami then, Congress leader said after India's semi-final win- CMB College

Ind vs Nz: Only Rahul Gandhi stood with Mohammad Shami then, Congress leader said after India’s semi-final win

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India vs New Zealand: The Congress leader has commented on fast bowler Mohammad Shami, who was the hero of India’s victory in the high-voltage World Cup semi-final match. He mentioned the old times when only Rahul Gandhi stood with him. In the match played on Wednesday, Shami paved the way for India by taking 7 wickets. Apart from this, Shreyas Iyer and Virat Kohli also played century innings.

Congress leader Srinivas wrote on the microblogging platform ‘X’, ‘A few years ago when Hindu-Muslim devotees were abusing Mohammed Shami by drinking bhang, only Rahul Gandhi stood by Shami.’ He also shared an old post of the Congress MP, in which he wrote, ‘Muhammad Shami, you are all with you. These people are full of hate because no one gives them love. Forgive them.

PM Modi also praised
Prime Minister Narendra Modi He said that Shami’s bowling will be remembered for generations. He wrote, ‘Individual performances made today’s semi-final even more special. Mohammed Shami’s bowling in this game and throughout the World Cup will be remembered by cricket lovers for generations. Shami played very well.

In another tweet, he also congratulated the Indian team for the win. The PM wrote, ‘Congratulations to the Indian team. India performed brilliantly and entered the finals in style. Great batting and good bowling ensured our team’s victory. Best wishes for the final match.

Shami’s performance
All-rounder Shami was ruled out of the opening matches of the World Cup. Hardik Pandya Entered the team after injury. His explosive performances have continued ever since. He has achieved the feat of taking 5 wickets for the fourth time in a World Cup tournament. With this, he has also become the first bowler to take 7 wickets. Along with this, he has also broken the record of Australian star Mitchell Starc three times.

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