Siraj’s career best performance, Caribbean batting order destroyed


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Siraj destroyed the Caribbean batting order
Best performance of test career

New Delhi. The second match of the ongoing Test series between India and West Indies is being played in Port of Spain from 20 July. In the first innings of this exciting match, the sharp bowling of promising fast bowler Mohammed Siraj of the blue team has been seen. He bowled 23.4 overs in the first innings for the team. Meanwhile, spending 60 runs with an economy of 2.53, managed to get the maximum five successes. Siraj’s victims became Joshua da Silva, Jason Holder, Alzarri Joseph, Kemar Roach and Shannon Gabriel.

Mohammad Siraj’s best bowling in Test career:

This is also the best bowling performance in an innings of Mohammad Siraj’s Test career. Earlier, his best bowling performance in an innings of Test cricket was five wickets for 73 runs. After this excellent performance, Siraj’s record of taking five wickets in Test cricket has been recorded three times. Siraj has played a total of 21 Test matches for India so far. Meanwhile, he has got 59 successes in 38 innings at an average of 29.83.

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West Indies piled on 255 runs:

In response to the 438 runs scored by India in the first innings, the West Indies team managed to score 255 runs in their innings. In the first innings for the hosts, captain Kraigg Brathwaite managed to score the highest half-century of 75 runs.

Apart from him, while batting at number five, Alyque Athanaj contributed 37 and Tej Narayan Chanderpaul contributed 33 runs. Apart from these batsmen, other players of the opposition team were always seen fighting for runs in front of the Indian bowlers.

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