IND vs ENG: Former Indian cricketer says there is no hand in Mohammed Siraj’s success

Be it a historic victory at the Gabba Ground or a story about Team India winning the Lords. One player has played a big part in both of these memorable victories and that is fast bowler Mohammed Siraj. Siraj, who took five wickets in the second innings of the Gabba Test, broke the kangaroo pride and created such a maze for the English batsmen at Lord’s that the entire team was embroiled in it. In a year, this Hyderabad fast bowler has gained a lot of fame with his bowling. As India’s former leg-spinner Laxman Sivaramakrishnan believes, India’s bowling coach Bharat Arun is a big hand behind Siraj’s amazing success in international cricket. Siraj himself acknowledged this after his tour of Australia.

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Former India bowler, Arun has played a big role in the success of Siraj. Siraj recognized his talent when he trained in Hyderabad for a year or more. And for this, credit must be given to Siraj for his hunger and desire to learn. Arun was quite knowledgeable. Siraj followed him. Some doubted it. Siraj considered Arun as his master and did what Arun wanted. Arun then handed over Siraj to the scribe. In the Lord’s Test, Siraj bowled superbly, taking four wickets in each innings and destroying the English batting team.

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Thanks to Mohammad Siraj’s strong bowling and Bumrah-Shami’s memorable partnership, Team India defeated England by 151 runs in the second Test. Chasing a target of 272, the English team were bowled out for just 120 runs. Following this victory, Team India currently lead 1-0 in the five-match Test series. The third match of the series will take place at Headingley Leeds from 25 August.

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