Revealed: The Reason Behind Dark Spots On Mohammed Shami's Back As They Leave Fans Confused

Revealed: The Reason Behind Dark Spots On Mohammed Shami’s Back As They Leave Fans Confused

Mohammed Shami,
Mohammed Shami. (Photo: Twitter)

Mohammed Shami has been in good form in IPL 2020 so far. The long-lay off from the game due to the coronavirus pandemic seems to have little affect on the India pacer as he has hit the ground running in the ongoing competition in UAE. At present, he is the purple cap holder for being the leading run-scorer in the tournament.

In four games so far, Mohammed Shami has picked up an impressive eight wickets while conceding at less than eight runs per over. Unfortunately, his fine form has not helped Kings XI Punjab make a good start in IPL 2020. The Punjab-based outfit is currently languishing in the bottom half of the points table after managing just one win from their opening four games.

Mohammed Shami
Mohammed Shami. (Credits: Twitter)

The KL Rahul-led side will be desperate to get back to winning ways as soon as possible or they might miss the playoffs once again. Kings XI Punjab have not progressed ahead of the group stage since 2014 when they made it to their first-ever IPL final.

What are those spots?

Mohammed Shami, nonetheless, recently left the fans confused with his latest Instagram post. On Friday evening, he took to Instagram to post a picture of himself enjoying in the swimming pool. The eagle-eyed fans were quick to spot big spots on his back and bombarded the comment section with their queries.

Well, the spots are the result of the cupping therapy the pacer had undergone a couple of days ago. It is an ancient form of alternative medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on the individual’s skin for a few minutes to create suction. One of the purposes of getting this treatment is to get relaxation.

Here is the post from Mohammed Shami:

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