Mohammed Siraj I mohammed siraj broke down on multiple occasions spent a day in isolation after father’s demise
- Mohd Siraj’s success story is an inspiration to people
- Siraj worked hard in adversity and traveled to international level
- A book has been revealed about Muhammad Siraj
New Delhi: The success story of Indian fast bowler Mohammad Siraj is an inspiration for people. The young player worked hard and represented the country showing strength even in adversity. In his short career, Siraj has shown that he has come to shine at the international level and will play long innings at this level. Siraj proved his mettle in both the innings at the Lord’s Test, while in Australia the fast bowler showed his talent.
His father worked hard to make Siraj a cricketer. But he passed away. Siraj’s father, Mohammed Ghaus, died on November 20, when the Indian team player was in a 14-day quarantine in Australia. Siraj did not return home due to the Kovid-19 restrictions, otherwise he would have been out of the entire tour. Not only this, no member of the Indian team could meet him due to strict segregation rules.
In the new book Indian Cricket – Mission Domination: An Unfinished Quest, it was told that outside every player’s room, the police were on surveillance to see if the Indian players did not break the Kovid protocol during the quarantine. For this reason, after the death of his father, Mohammad Siraj kept himself locked in the hotel room for a day. But teammates kept in touch with Siraj through video call.
According to News18, the book read, ‘Siraj was in a strict isolation period in Australia in November when his father died. This meant that no teammates could enter their room. Siraj had no one on whose shoulders he would cry. There were cops outside the players’ room then, to prevent protocol violations. Siraj was accompanied by his teammates on video call the entire time and was worried that he might harm himself.
Only the physio was allowed to enter the players’ room.
Only the team physio was allowed to enter the player’s room during the quarantine period and Nitin Patel consoled Mohammad Siraj from the window. The cricketer burst into tears at times, but he made sure to do his best for his father on the tour.
It is written in the book, ‘Only the physio could go to his room. Nitin Patel went to the window and met and supported the young batsman. Siraj wept bitterly on several occasions, but he did not give up. He showed his father’s dream and desperate to do his best for the country. When his chance came in the Boxing Day Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, he grabbed it with both hands.
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