While members of India’s T20 cricket team are gearing up for the World Cup in Australia, fast bowler Mohammed Siraj is honing his skills in the County Championship for Warwickshire. So far, the 28-year-old pacemaker who has played 13 Test, 10 ODI and 5 T20I is one of the best prospective pacers in the country. He was part of the ODI series that India played in Zimbabwe and the West Indies. Siraj is currently playing his first game for Warwickshire against Somerset in County Championship Division One in Birmingham.
On the first day of the game, Siraj impressed with his bowling and gave his team their first breakthrough in the 10th inning, when he scored the opening goal of Somerset. Imam-ul-Haq. The 26-year-old Pakistani tennis player has competed in 16 Tests, 54 ODIs, two T20Is and is considered a bright talent. On Monday, however, he was unable to decipher Siraj’s movement and was eventually caught in the back.
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Recently, Siraj said that he is consciously looking for ways to improve his consistency with his lines and length, rather than thinking about quotes.
“In the West Indies and England too, I’m good at bowling, my rhythm is also good in the first game, so my plan is to hit one area continuously without worrying if I’ll hit the ball or not. no,” Siraj, who took a wicket for 16. ran for eight laps, said at his post-match press conference.
With 40 tackles in 13 trials, Siraj impressed in the red cricket game but he lacked consistency in the white ball game. When asked if he would change anything for white cricket, Siraj said: “I just keep believing in myself, because ups and downs are part of everyone’s life, so I just believe that I can. do it regardless of whether it’s a white ball or a red ball.
“So I just want to keep hitting the right areas and shading the polka dots to put pressure on the opponent. Starting with the new ball, I went player a few times but as you know, The white shadow doesn’t rotate much, so I planned to continuously hit an area and the girlish embellishment process.”
With PTI . input
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