Mohammad Shami equals B Chandrasekhar’s unfortunate record after duck vs WI in 2nd Test

first_img 1 (54.4) 20 third Man e/r India Bowling IND Bowling 16 26 Square Leg Match Ended vs 1 58 c Rishabh Pant b Mohammed Shami 177/7 ( J. Hamilton 53.4 Overs) , Point Square Leg 117 12 Square Leg run out (Virat Kohli) 52.77 0 Mid Wicket 168/4 d Mid Wicket Mid on 0 All batsmen are considered right handed 5 2 Referee: David Boon (AUS) Umpires: Paul Reiffel (AUS), Richard Kettleborough (ENG) and Rod Tucker (AUS) Mid off fine Leg Hanuma Vihari (IND) H. Vihari (IND) 111 (225) & 53 (76) Mid Wicket third Man 98/4 ( S. Hetmyer 28.4 Overs) , 0 0 r 65 0 Mid on 0 119 Mid on B b Ravindra Jadeja 0 West Indies batting WI batting Mid on fine Leg (140.1) 6s third Man John Campbell J. Campbell c Virat Kohli b Mohammed Shami graphs India in West Indies, 2 Test Series, 2019 Time: (GMT) | 20:00 (Local Time) Mid Wicket Mid Wicket Square Leg Jasprit Bumrah J. Bumrah 97/3 ( R. Chase 27.5 Overs) , 61.53 Ishant Sharma I. Sharma Square Leg 3.08 41 31 4s (59.5) Point Mid on 50 covers fine Leg Mid Wicket All batsmen are considered right handed 117 Point Series Status: India wins the 2 Test series 2-0 Player Of The Match: Hanuma Vihari Square Leg Rahkeem Cornwall R. Cornwall c Rishabh Pant b Mohammed Shami West Indies 210 c Virat Kohli b Mohammed Shami 0 42.01 (59.5) All batsmen are considered right handed c Rishabh Pant b Jasprit Bumrah 4 177/6 ( S. Brooks 53.2 Overs) , 6/27 (12.1) & 1/31 (11) fine Leg 416 0 covers 2 India IND 1st Inns fine Leg covers Mid off Shimron Hetmyer S. Hetmyer c Mayank Agarwal b Ishant Sharma Extras: 22 runs (B: 14, LB: 2, WD: 5, NB: 1, P: 0) 0 Jason Holder (c) J. Holder (c) b Ravindra Jadeja Top Bowlers Top Bowlers covers Mid on All batsmen are considered right handed Point 1 111.42 180/8 ( R. Cornwall 54.3 Overs) , Mid on India IND 2nd Inns (47.1) 23 33.33 416 2.81 w Point view full scorecard Square Leg Square Leg All batsmen are considered right handed Mohammad Shami equals B Chandrasekhar’s unfortunate record after duck vs WI in 2nd TestMohammad Shami’s sixth scoreless innings in Test matches gave him an unwanted record – that of equalling former India spinner Bhagwat Chandrasekhar of going most innings without scoring a run for India in Tests All batsmen are considered right handed Mid off Mid off 4.06 All batsmen are considered right handed fine Leg Point 0 S/R Mid Wicket c Mayank Agarwal b Ishant Sharma Ajinkya Rahane (IND) A. Rahane (IND) Jahmar Hamilton (wk) J. Hamilton (wk) c KL Rahul b Ravindra Jadeja 72 o 168/4 d c Rishabh Pant b Mohammed Shami 24 (55) & 64 (109) fine Legcenter_img Mid off 0 Super Over Kraigg Brathwaite K. Brathwaite c Rishabh Pant b Ishant Sharma Point c Rishabh Pant b Ishant Sharma fine Leg 4 0 14 Jason Holder (WI) J. Holder (WI) third Man 0 0 Ravindra Jadeja R. Jadeja Toss: WI elected to field Mid off 0 Point (54.4) 42.85 50 35 9 West Indies WI 1st Inns covers Shamarh Brooks S. Brooks run out (Virat Kohli) 16 (140.1) & 9 covers Mid on Mohammed Shami M. Shami Kemar Roach K. Roach c Rishabh Pant b Mohammed Shami Mid on 5 0 56.09 R 1 (47.1) & India 7 38 1 1 Point Shannon Gabriel S. Gabriel not out covers third Man All batsmen are considered right handed 37 West Indies WI 2nd Inns third Man 39 3 covers 11 advertisement – fine Leg 2.92 India IND 0 not out nb third Man fine Leg 1 Jermaine Blackwood J. Blackwood c Rishabh Pant b Jasprit Bumrah (59.5) third Man Roston Chase R. Chase lbw b Ravindra Jadeja 0 Point India in West Indies, 2 Test Series, 2019, 2nd Test 0 1 0 0 view more view less 4 India beat West Indies by 257 runs 9/1 ( K. Brathwaite 2.3 Overs) , 210 0 37/2 ( J. Campbell 7.4 Overs) , 2 0 159/5 ( J. Blackwood 48.4 Overs) , 36 Mid Wicket All batsmen are considered right handed 2 210/10 ( J. Holder 59.5 Overs) , West Indies WI 0 third Man 35.71 Jasprit Bumrah (IND) J. Bumrah (IND) India in West Indies, 2 Test Series, 2019 wd Square Leg third Man 3 Mid off 1 2 0 3 Square Leg Fall of Wickets Mid off 206/9 ( K. Roach 58.5 Overs) , Mid off 3 Darren Bravo D. Bravo retired hurt 210 Mid on 4 retired hurt 2 Mid Wicket covers lbw b Ravindra Jadeja Mid off Mid Wicket 0 19.5 covers 12 0 5/77 (32.1) & 1/20 (11.4) Scorecard Match Ended Hanuma Vihari H. Vihari m commentary 0 Top Batsmen Top Batsmen 0 c KL Rahul b Ravindra Jadeja 3 All batsmen are considered right handed No data available! 3 Saurabh Kumar JamaicaSeptember 1, 2019UPDATED: September 1, 2019 02:23 IST Shami’s poor run start with the bat started during 2nd Test match of the Border Gavaskar series. (AP Photo)HIGHLIGHTSShami failed to score for sixth consecutive time for India in the ongoing 2nd Test at Sabina Park.Shami’s poor run with the bat started during 2nd Test match of the Border-Gavaskar series against AustraliShami’s sixth scoreless innings in Test matches gave him an unwanted recordIndia’s No.10 Mohammed Shami’s torrid time with the bat continued on Saturday when he failed to score for sixth consecutive time for India in the ongoing 2nd Test at Sabina Park.Shami’s sixth scoreless innings in Test matches gave him an unwanted record that of equalling former India spinner Bhagwat Chandrasekhar of going most innings without scoring a run for India in Tests. Chandrasekhar too went runless in six consecutive innings.Shami’s poor run with the bat started during 2nd Test match of the Border-Gavaskar series against Australia at Perth. Shami has failed to add any run to his tally in next five Test innings, remaining not out on two occasions.Shami surpassed former India pacer Ajit Agarkar, who is joint second in the most consecutive ducks list for India in Test cricket with 5 ducks (including 2 pairs) and all against Australia, adding with this he had two more consecutive ducks (or one pair) against Australia as he achieved seven consecutive ducks against Australia.For his consecutive seven ducks against Australia, the Bombay (currently known as Mumbai) inhabitant Indian pacer Ajit Agarkar was nicknamed Bombay Duck.India rode on Hanuma Vihari’s maiden century and Ishant Sharma’s first fifty to score 416 in the first innings on the second day of the second Test against the West Indies on Saturday.Vihari made a career-best 111 off 225 balls with the help of 16 boundaries to held India’s innings together. Together with Ishant (57 off 80 balls), Vihari shared 112 runs off 28.3 overs for the eighth wicket to take India to a commanding position.advertisementAlso Read | India vs West Indies: Jasprit Bumrah 3rd Indian to take hat-trick in Test cricketAlso Read | India vs West Indies: Ishant Sharma hits maiden fifty in 92nd TestAlso Read | India vs West Indies: Hanuma Vihari hits maiden Test century at Sabina ParkAlso See:For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bySaurabh Kumar Tags :Follow India VS West IndiesFollow Mohammad Shami Nextlast_img read more