Mohammed Siraj’s Daddy Dies, RCB Deal Heartfelt Condolences
Mohammed Siraj is in Sydney with the rest of the India squad for the upcoming series vs Australia. © Instagram
Group India fast bowler Mohammed Siraj’s father passed away on Friday. Siraj’s Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore(RCB) required to Twitter to expose the news and offer their heartfelt condolences to the pacer. “Our sincere prayers and acknowledgements head out to Mohammed Siraj & his household, on the loss of his daddy. The entire RCB household is with you throughout this challenging time. Stay strong, Miyan,” RCB wrote on Twitter. Siraj is currently in Sydney with the remainder of the Indian team for the upcoming series in Australia.
Our sincere prayers and acknowledgements go out to Mohammed Siraj & his household, on the loss of his dad. The whole RCB family is with you during this tough time. Stay strong, Miyan
— Royal Challengers Bangalore (@RCBTweets) November 20, 2020
Siraj was not called in the limited-overs squads for the nearly two-month long tour of Australia but the 26- year-old was picked for the four-match Test series, arranged to begin next month.
The Hyderabad-born pacer played 9 matches for RCB in the recently-concluded IPL and got 11 wickets at an outstanding economy rate of 8.68
His best efficiency in the T20 league came versus two-time IPL champions Kolkata Knight Riders, when Siraj returned with figures of three for 8 from his quota of 4 overs.
India are slated to play 3 One-Day Internationals, as lots of Twenty20 Internationals and four Test matches in Australia.
The tour will start with the ODI series, starting November 27 at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
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