Ind Vs Nz: Salute to the spirit of Siraj…

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  • First T20 between India and New Zealand
  • Siraj kept on bowling despite the injury

Ind Vs Nz: Team India’s new mission started on Wednesday with the first T20 match against New Zealand. Captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and decided to bowl. During the bowling, Team India’s fast bowler Mohammad Siraj got a ball in his hand, there was a lot of pain but he kept on bowling with a bandage. Social media is praising this spirit of Mohammad Siraj.

Actually, when Team India was bowling, Mohammad Siraj got the responsibility of bowling the last over. The first ball of the 20th over, Mohammad Siraj got hurt in his hand. The shot that Mitchell Santner played came straight into Siraj’s hand, which was very painful

When Mohammad Siraj felt a lot of pain in his hand, the physio had to come to the ground and the game was stopped for some time. It seemed that Mohammad Siraj would not be able to complete his over, but he tied the bandage and later did the entire over.

Not only this, Mohammad Siraj also took a wicket later in the same over. Mohammad Siraj bowled Rachin Ravindra on the fifth ball of the 20th over. Although Mohammad Siraj proved to be expensive throughout the spell, he gave 39 runs in 4 overs and took one wicket. This spirit of Mohammad Siraj was highly praised on social media.

This is not the first time that Mohammad Siraj has won the hearts of cricket fans like this. Whether it is the tour of Australia or the tour of England, Mohammad Siraj has been consistently showing a good game for the team. Mohammad Siraj’s father died during the Australia tour, but he remained with the team.

Mohammed Siraj has shown his spirit of cricket many time on cricket ground. Specially the incident of Australia when he denied to take a run when the Australian all rounder hit by ball. He is just a showpiece of sportsmanship in the gentleman’s game of cricket. He is the real Gentleman of this game.

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