New Delhi: Team India’s fast bowler Mohammed Siraj touched the heights of success in a very short time. Mohammed Siraj has played 5 Tests, 3 T20 Internationals and one ODI for India so far. There came a time in the life of Mohammad Siraj, when he had a bad condition and he was joined by captain Virat Kohli.
Mohammad Siraj handled by Virat Kohli
Last year, Mohammed Siraj’s father died and he was with the Indian team in Australia. Due to the Corona Protocol, he could not meet Abbu even at the last minute after the death of his father. Hearing about the father’s death, Siraj began to cry bitterly in his hotel room. After this, Virat Kohli took over Siraj.
Kohli hugs Siraj
Mohammad Siraj recently said in an interview to the Times of India, ‘I remember how I was crying in the hotel room. Virat bhaiya came to my room and hugged me tightly and said I am with you, do not worry. I lost my father during the Australia tour. I broke down and I was not conscious. Virat Bhaiya gave me strength and supported me. I owe my career to Virat Bhaiya.
‘Virat Bhaiya made my career’
Siraj said, ‘Virat Bhaiya always says that you have talent inside you and you can put any batsman in trouble on any wicket. Virat Bhaiya has made my career. Virat Bhaiya has supported me all the time. He has always been there for me in all circumstances.
Siraj made his Test debut on Australian tour
Please tell that Mohammad Siraj made his Test debut on the Australian tour. In the first half of the IPL this year too, Siraj was in excellent form. Siraj took 6 wickets in 7 matches. The special thing is that Siraj bowled at a great economy rate of more than 6.