Siraj was saddened by the defeat of Indian captain Kohli and coach Ravi Shastri. However, he was allowed to attend his father’s funeral on behalf of the BCCI. However, he stayed in Australia without attending the funeral as it was his father’s desire to play in the Test series for India.
Siraj also said that he was a good bowler in the series to help the Indian team win and pay tribute to the death of his father.
The second Test match between India and Australia started a few days ago at Melbourne Cricket Ground. In the first match, injured captain Kohli and Mohammed Shami were dropped from the match.
This led to Mohammad Siraj being introduced as a replacement bowler for Mohammed Shami in the Indian team. Siraj, who made his 298th debut for the Indian team, took his debut cap at the hands of Ravichandran Ashwin.
After this, Australia were all out for 195 runs in the first innings. In this innings, the Indian team’s fast bowler Siraj bowled well and took the wickets of Marnas Lapushen and Green.
He bowled a total of 15 overs, conceding 40 runs with four youngsters and taking two crucial wickets. In particular, he took the wicket of Maranus, Australia’s leading wicket-taker, as his first wicket in Test cricket.
He immediately extended both his hands towards the sky and paid tribute to his father for joining the celebration of this wicket. All the Indian players who saw it were flexible. He was accompanied by Indian opener Mayang Agarwal, who raised his hand towards the sky and looked up. It is notable that this incident made everyone resilient.
Australia is currently playing the second innings as India lost by 326 runs in the first innings. Today, until the tea break on the third day, the Australian team is 81 runs losing 3 wickets. It is notable that the Indian team is more likely to win the match as the Australian team is still 50 runs behind the Indian team.
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