Watch: Mohammad Shami bowled like a lion in this second ODI, Bowled with injured thumb, VIDEO viral

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The Indian team won the 2nd ODI of the series and clinched the series as well because they now have an unbeatable 2-0 lead in this 3-match series. The team India is looking in very good touch and they are performing well, especially in the ODI format.

Both of them played this match in Raipur and this was the 50th venue for the BCCI for hosting an ODI match. Indian team today won this match comfortably by 8 wickets, this was an easy win for the Indian team while the first match was a close contest where the match was decided in the last over.

Mohammad Shami played like a wounded lion:

Mohammad Shami was injured during the first match of this series where he injured his finger in that match and was gone off the field as well. He had injured his thumb and was bowling with an injured thumb today as we saw the bandage on his finger.

He got the chance today and has proven his worth as he was breathing fire. He got the first wicket in the very first ball of the match. He has bowled brilliantly throughout the match and he took 3 crucial wickets in his spell of 3 overs in which he spent just 18 runs.

The Indian team is in very good form:

The Indian team is looking in very good form as they have comfortably won the ODI series against Srilanka as they whitewashed them by 3-0. Now they are performing well against the ranked one side New Zealand and they have won this series as well. The Indian team will eye for the ODI World Cup 2023 which will be hosted by us.

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