Mohammad Shami Shares An Endearing Video Of His Daughter Dancing

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Mohammad Shami shares a cute video of his daughter dancing in what looks like a store. He said that his daughter had great skills at dancing as compared to him.

Written By Jatin Malu | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Indian pacer Mohammad Shami, who bagged a fifer in the first Test, was one of the chief protagonists in India's win at Vizag. But when it comes to dancing the Indian fast bowler admitted that he was nowhere close to her daughter. In an Instagram post on Friday, Shami shared a video of her dancing to a Bhojpuri song in what looks like a retail store. He said that his daughter had greater skills at dancing than he does.

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"My doll. Has much better dances skills than her father," he captioned the video, where his daughter can be seen dancing her heart out. Watch the video right here:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Fans showered the post with comments:

One user wrote 'How cute', while another one wrote 'Cuteness Overloaded'.

Indian left-arm fast bowler Khaleel Ahmed also tried pulling Shami's leg and commented on the post asking Shami to learn dancing from his daughter.

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Shami is currently playing the India vs South Africa Test series in Pune. He also picked up a wicket with his first delivery in the first innings of the second Test where he dismissed Temba Bavuma just before the end of second day's play, leaving the visiting Proteas side reeling at 36 for 3 on Day 3. 

Shami became the first pacer to take a five-wicket haul in the second innings of the opposition team’s batting since 1996 on Sunday. This happened on the final day of the first Test match between India and South Africa. This feat of a five-wicket haul was achieved by a pacer after Proteas' Lance Klusener in 1996 took wickets in the fourth innings of a Test in India. Shami's figures are the sixth-best by any pacer in the fourth innings of a Test in India.

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