Mohammed Shami emerged because the star of India’s win over New Zealand within the semi-final of ICC World Cup 2023 on Wednesday. The 33-year-old took seven wickets, recording the all time wicket haul by the Indian bowler in 50-over World Cup historical past. He’s being congratulated by followers from the world over. However one social media consumer claimed to have dreamt of Shami’s seven-wicket haul a day earlier than the semi-final conflict and his put up on X (previously Twitter) is now viral.
The consumer named Dan Mateo shared a put up on November 14, a day earlier than the semi-final conflict saying, “Noticed a dream the place Shami took 7 wickets within the semi last.”
Noticed a dream the place Shami took 7 wickets within the semi last ☠️
— Don Mateo (@DonMateo_X14) November 14, 2023
The put up carried out reasonably, however customers began speaking about it as quickly as India received defeated New Zealand after Virat Kohli’s good century and Shami’s record-breaking haul.
It has now been considered 1.7 million occasions and amassed a number of reactions from cricket followers, who requested Mr Mateo to make the same prediction for the ultimate on November 19.
“Please take a deep sleep and script the profitable last for us,” commented one consumer. “Blud was there once they had been writing the WC script,” stated one other.
Many customers requested him to dream about their future. Some even requested if he can really look into the long run and inform them who would be the subsequent US President.
Mr Mateo posted a follow-up tweet, saying he too is shocked.
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Shami took seven wickets for 57 runs off 9.5 overs at an economic system price of 5.79. His bowling figures are additionally the fifth-best in World Cup historical past, with Australia’s Glenn McGrath’s 7/15 towards Namibia in 2003 being one of the best.
The tempo veteran additionally accomplished 50 World Cup wickets, changing into solely the seventh bowler to take action. Shami can be the quickest to get there, reaching the milestone in simply 17 innings, surpassing Mitchell Starc’s (Australia) file of 19 innings.
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