Mohammed Siraj: On Sunday, September 17, Mohammed Siraj turned the nation’s hero with a unprecedented bowling efficiency through the Asia Cup remaining towards Sri Lanka. Despite having a much less spectacular efficiency within the earlier phases of the Asia Cup, Siraj delivered an distinctive show within the remaining, securing exceptional figures of 6/21. These figures ranked because the fourth-best by an Indian bowler in ODIs and the second-best within the historical past of the Asia Cup, highlighted by his 4 wickets in a single over throughout this exceptional bowling spell. However, Bollywood actress Shraddha Kapoor had a hilarious tackle this.
Shraddha Kapoor’s hilarious tackle Mohammed Siraj
Mohammed Siraj‘s distinctive bowling efficiency, supported by Hardik Pandya and Jasprit Bumrah, resulted in India dismissing Sri Lanka for a mere 50 runs in 15.2 overs. India effectively chased down the goal in simply 6.1 overs, concluding the match inside a few hours. The match commenced with a 40-minute rain delay, extending it till 6 PM native time; in any other case, it might have concluded even earlier.
Siraj obtained widespread reward from leaders, former cricketers, actors, producers, and administrators, all commending the Indian seamer for his exceptional bowling efficiency. Bollywood actress Shraddha Kapoor additionally expressed her response to Mohammed Siraj’s excellent spell, albeit with a definite concern.
On her Instagram story, Shraddha Kapoor humorously quipped, “Ab Siraj se hi pucho ki iss free time ke saath kya karein.” (Now ask Siraj solely, what to do with a lot free time) Her publish rapidly gained traction on social media platforms.
See Shraddha Kapoor’s story right here
India, after being put within the discipline, managed to dismiss Sri Lanka for a paltry 50 runs in 15.2 overs, due to an impressive efficiency by Mohammed Siraj, who took six wickets and dismantled the house staff’s batting lineup.
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