Mohammed Siraj ke baare mein khaas baatein| Mission Domination book| Book Mission Domination an Unfinished Quest reveals struggles of Mohammed Siraj in detail| Mohammed Siraj father| Indian cricket team| Revelations in new book on Mohammed Siraj.

Mohammed Siraj ke baare mein khaas baatein| Mission Domination book| Book Mission Domination an Unfinished Quest reveals struggles of Mohammed Siraj in detail| Mohammed Siraj father| Indian cricket team| Revelations in new book on Mohammed Siraj.

Mohammed Siraj

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  • Many big revelations about Indian cricketers and Team India in the new book
  • Disclosure on some unexplored aspects related to the life and career of Mohammad Siraj
  • When the police were stationed outside the hotel rooms of the players of the Indian team

The story of Indian fast bowler Mohammad Siraj is quite a beautiful one which is full of emotions. It includes the sadness of tragedy, the thrill of mastering one’s skills and the joy of success at the top level. By taking eight wickets during India’s victory in the recently concluded second Test at Lord’s against England, Siraj has shown that his success in Australia was not short-lived and that he is a long race horse.

Mohammad Siraj is one of many tales of passion and pride to be found in the new book on Indian cricket, ‘Mission Domination: An Unfinished Quest’. It is authored by Boria Mazumdar and Kushan Sarkar while it is published by Simon & Schuster. The Indian team always knew that Siraj had the urge to achieve success as they saw him during the tour of Australia when his father passed away after a brief illness.

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Police was stationed outside every player’s room

According to the book, “Siraj’s father died in November during a mandatory 14-day quarantine in Australia. This meant that none of his teammates could go into his room to share the sorrow during this time. At that time, policemen were standing outside everyone’s rooms so that they would not violate Indian rules. They were being monitored as if they were criminals who could export Kovid to Australia.

Players used to talk to Siraj on video call

“The result was that teammates used to talk with him over video calls throughout the day,” it said. They were worried that he might do something wrong or harm himself. Only the physio could go to his room for treatment and Nitin Patel went inside and shared the grief of this young player.” According to the book, “Siraj broke down on several occasions which was natural but he never gave up. He wanted to fulfill his father’s wish to do his best for India and when he got the opportunity during the Boxing Day Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, he didn’t want to let it go.

Stories of some other players too

Siraj became an overnight star by taking 13 wickets in the Test series on Australia tour. He was India’s most successful bowler during the series. The book also mentions how Rishabh Pant and Navdeep Saini performed under adverse conditions in the Delhi and District Cricket Association and how Dinesh Lad persuaded teenage Shardul Thakur’s father to send his son to Mumbai. Allow him to leave so that he can play top level cricket.

Arvind Pujara told how Cheteshwar went to play the Under-19 match a few days after the death of his mother and during this time did not shed a single tear. How fielding coach R Sridhar told Hanuma Vihari that he was indebted to the team and needed to save the Sydney Test despite a leg injury.


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