The RCB fast bowler said that when I was on a tour of Australia I heard the news of my father’s death and no one could even comfort me. Mohammad Siraj Said.
The 14th IPL T20 series is set to start tomorrow. The reigning champions Mumbai Indians will take on Royal Challengers Bangalore in the first match in Chennai.
Mohammad Siraj, a fast bowler in the Royal Challengers squad, was identified by his bowling against Kolkata in last year’s series, which gave him great confidence in the outside world. In the Indian team in the Test series against Australia after performing well in the last series Mohammad Siraj Took place.
In this case, the IPL T20 series is about to start tomorrow on the website of the RCB team Mohammad Siraj Interviewed. In it he said:
I want the Indian team to play not only in Test matches but also in 3 divisions, T20 and ODI. I like to bowl like senior players Jaspreet Bhumra and Ishant Sharma and take wickets.
When I bowl, Bumra stands next to me. Line-length bowling will advise you not to try anything big. I played with Ishant Sharma who played 100 Test matches and shared the lounge with him.
My dream is to become the highest wicket-taker for India. I will work hard whenever I get the chance.
When I joined the RCB team last year my confidence was at a low ebb. But, the confidence increased after taking the first wicket. But, after I took the wicket against Kolkata, my confidence increased drastically.
Team bowler Sanjay Bunker advised me to continue my impulsive bowling.
Although the last Australian series was sweet, it was a loss for me personally. My father passed away during the time I was isolated. But no one came to my room to tell me the news of my father’s death. Couldn’t even say consolation. We were all in a period of isolation.
It was only when the loneliness was over and I came to training that everyone comforted me. My wife and mother were very comforting to me. Mine Father’s dream Is to play for the Indian team and he wanted to see it. I have fulfilled my father’s wish.
Thus said Siraj.