Royal Challengers Bangalore fast bowler Mohammad Siraj’s father has passed away after a long illness. Mohammad Gaul, the pitcher of Mohammad Siraj, had been suffering from lung disease for a long time. Mohammad Siraj has been selected for the four-Test series against Australia and he is currently in Australia. According to the information revealed, Siraj will not attend his father’s funeral.
Mohammad Siraj’s father was 53 years old. Mohammed Siraj’s father Mohammad Gaus has played an important role in his son’s success. Mohammad Gaus, who belongs to a very poor family, supported his son in playing cricket despite limited resources and as a result Siraj has become a strong contender for being part of Team India’s bowling today.
Siraj’s Indian Premier League team Royal Challengers Bangalore have mourned the death of his father. RCB tweeted, “We pray and mourn Mohammed Siraj and his family who lost their father. The entire RCB family is with you in this difficult time. Mian, stay strong. ”
Australia’s strict quarantine rules are also a reason for Siraj’s failure to attend his father’s last visit. Team India has been quarantine since reaching Australia on 13 November. On the tour of Australia, Team India will play the first match on 27 November.
However Siraj has been selected for the Test series. The four-Test series will start from December 17.
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