Bombay : Team India fast pitcher Mohammad Siraj made his test debut on a recent tour of Australia. It was during this tour that he made his international one-day cricket debut. He had a great performance on this tour. Several Indian players were injured during the draw. This gave Siraj the opportunity to make his testing debut in Australia. He also became the best ground carrier in the test series against Australia.
Siraj took a total of 13 wickets in 3 matches in this series of Test 4 matches. He became the biggest wicket taker in the series. In addition, his performance in this series attracted the attention of cricket fans around the world. But thanks to his performance in the IPL in the last two years, the doors of Team India opened for Siraj. So once again this year, Siraj is ready to do well in the IPL.
Siraj’s international cricket career
Siraj has taken 16 wickets in 5 tests so far. His best performance is 5 wickets for 73 races. You have the opportunity to represent India in a single ODI. But he couldn’t open the wicket account. Has taken 3 wickets in 3 T20 games.
Siraj’s national performance
Siraj has taken 168 wickets in 43 first-class matches. His best is 8 wickets for 59 races. In 46 List A matches, Siraj has taken 81 wickets. His best performance is 5 wickets for 37 races. He has taken a total of 90 wickets in 67 T20 matches. 4 terrains for 20 races is his best performance.
Danka at IPL
Siraj has been doing well in the IPL for the past four years. He has played 35 games in the IPL so far. In these 35 games, he has taken 39 wickets with an average of 27.8. 32 races 4 terrains is his best performance.
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