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Watch: Mohammed Shami Sketches During Lockdown, Calls Himself “The Artist,”


Mohammed Shami who is an integral part of Indian bowling lineup has been an artist with the ball in hand, be it seam, pace, swing, or even reverse swing, Shami, over the years proved that he is one of the best in the game when it comes to using the bowling skills mentioned above.

While these being his talent on field, not many know about his talent off the field, now as the lockdown and the Coronavirus has suspended all sports, including Cricket, for an indefinite period of time, fans are now seeing what interests their favourites cricketers when they are not playing Cricket, and Shami is amongst them.

Just last month, Shami revealed that he is passionate about cooking apart from playing Cricket.

No on Thursday, Shami made another revelation about his interests and hidden talent. With plenty of time in his hand, Shammi engaged himself in something which he could not do for a long time. Shami posted a video on Instagram where he can be seen sketching and claimed himself as “The Artist Shami”, he asked his fans what they think of his skills.

He writes, ‘Trying out some sketches after years…how do you think about the “The Artist Shami”?’

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Watch the video here:

Just like Shami, many other cricketers are engaging themselves in their hobbies which they otherwise fail to do because of the time constraints.

Shami plays for Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) in the Indian Premier League (IPL) but it is at a brink of cancellation because of Coronavirus outbreak.

IPL 2020 was scheduled to start on 29th March 2020 but was postponed to 14th April, but as the cases in India are increasing at an increasing rate, the chances of playing IPL seems brink.

Anubhav Verma
Anubhav Vermahttps://www.sportscounty.com/
Following cricket since his childhood days, Anubhav has been writing articles on this game since the past 6 years. His love for cricket came early in his life when his father took him to the ground to play cricket. He still plays cricket whenever he gets time.

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