Who doesn’t want to captain the Indian team: Mohammed Shami

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New Delhi
The Indian pacer said on Thursday that he is ready for a captaincy role in Test cricket, but added that the idea of ​​leading the Indian team is not on his mind at the moment. Mohammed Shami was quoted as saying by India.com, ‘I am not thinking much about captaincy at the moment. I am ready for whatever responsibility is given to me. To be honest, who does not want to captain the Indian team, but whatever responsibility is given to me, I will contribute fully in it. The pacer has been rested for the limited overs series against India starting February 6 as Shami has been playing consistently for the past few months. Shami said, ‘I am available for selection in all formats and if it happens then I am looking forward to it.’ India will play three ODIs against West Indies in Ahmedabad from February 6, while they will play a T20I series in Kolkata from February 16.

[Attribution to NBT]

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