Team India’s (India vs Australia) young fast bowler Mohammad Siraj (Mohammed Siraj) in the Sydney Test is being discussed along with his excellent bowling. Just before the Sydney Test on Thursday, this fast bowler’s eyes were filled when he was standing on the field with the rest of the team for the national anthem. During the national anthem, Mohammad Siraj suddenly got emotional and tears came out of his eyes. After the end of the day’s play, he has given the reason for this.
The young fast bowler said, ‘During the national anthem my attention suddenly shifted to my father. Then I started thinking that he wanted me to see him play a Test match and how good it would have been if he were present among us today. He said that I cried while thinking this.
Let the father of this 26-year-old young fast bowler passed away recently. He was then in Australia with the Indian team for the Test series. Siraj did not return home after his father’s death and decided to remain with the team. This was also his father’s wish. He finally got a chance to make his Test debut in the Boxing Day Test match in Melbourne, in which he played a key role in India’s victory by taking 5 wickets.
He has taken the wicket of David Warner in the Sydney Test too. After the end of the first day’s play, Siraj came to address the media on behalf of Team India. At this time he was asked questions on the strategy of the Indian team. On this occasion, he was also asked to be emotional. Talking about the strategy of the game, he said that the wicket of Sydney is very good and it is going well with the batsmen. In such a situation, it will be our effort on the second day that we make maximum dot balls and force the batsmen to make mistakes here.
On the question of wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant dropping the catch, this young bowler said, “The bowler feels bad about missing the catch but it is part of the game and the bowlers have to prepare themselves for the next after a bit of regret. Because it happens in the game and what has happened cannot be changed again.