India quick bowler Mohammed Shami enrolled his initial five-wicket pull in the World Cup experience against England at Edgbaston on Sunday. With the accomplishment, the right-armer turned into the main player after Shahid Afridi to take at least four wickets in three conscecutive World Cup matches. Afridi had acheived the accomplishment in 2011 World Cup. 

Shami likewise turned out to be just the subsequent Indian to take four wickets or more in three back to back matches, simply after Narendra Hirwani, who accomplished the accomplishment in 1988. 

Shami's 5/69 is likewise the second most costly five-wicket pull in a World Cup experience, simply after England's Steven Finn who enlisted figures of 5/71 against Australia in 2015. 

The seamer rejected Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan, Jos Buttler and Chris Woakes to finish his lady five-wicket pull. This was the best ODI figures enrolled by the 28-year-old, whose past best was 4/16 which he accomplished in the past match against West Indies. 

Britain posted an aggregate of 337/7 out of 50 overs against India.

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