"When injury happened the doctors prohibited me from getting up from bed for two months. That was the toughest time for me. I was allowed to walk only up to the bathroom," said the Bengal pacer who was on crutches for more than a month after his surgery.
"I could not play, which was also tough. When the team went for Bangladesh, I had gone to meet them and at that time I felt like I was back in this world. That time again was the toughest,” he added. Shami recently got back into action and proved he was back in form and fitness in the domestic limited over circuit.

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