Who Is Shamar Joseph? A Bowling Spell That Wrote History

Shamar Joseph is a first-class cricketer representing the West Indies in international cricket and has created history with a "broken toe." Let's find out how.

Where Is He From?

Born in 1999, he is from Baracara, Guyana, a small town in South America.

Cricket Debut

Earlier, he worked as a security guard until 2021, Joseph pursued cricket, made his Test debut against Australia in 2024.

A Toe Crushing Delivery

In the third day of the West Indies vs. Australia Test Series, Mitchell Starc's yorker raised questions about Shamar Joseph's ability to play on day four.

After the injury he wasn't going to participate for day 4, but his doctor  magically treated and encouraged him  to play.

Doc To The Rescue!

Starting on day four, he delivered a magical spell, securing 7 wickets in 11.5 consecutive overs, defining a historic win for the West Indies.

Created History

He credits his doctor for enabling his presence and effective treatment, allowing him to contribute to the team's victory.

The Influence Behind His Spell

An Emotional Triumph

West Indies' first Test win in Australia since 1997 brought immense joy to Joseph, feeling as if they had won the entire series.

He expresses gratitude to teammates for their support and encouragement, bringing pride to the team with the series levelled at 1-1.

Team Appreciation

"He's a superstar and I know he'll do great things for West Indies in the future," says Kraigg Brathwaite

Captain's Praise

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