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NZ vs IND: “I Prepared Myself To Bowl Hard Lengths And Had So Much Practice During World Cup,” Says Mohammed Siraj

NZ vs IND: India’s fast bowler Mohammed Siraj was the stellar performer for the visitors in the third and final T20I against the Black Caps.

He delivered the goods pretty well with the ball, accounting for four dismissals in his quota of 4 overs. Siraj conceded only 17 runs in his spell and drew plaudits for his performance.

Rightly so, he was named the player of the match. During the post-match presentation, he revealed the secret behind his successful bowling spell over New Zealand.

Talking about the same, he said he had enough time to prepare bowling hard lengths during the World Cup. He bowled hard lengths during the series decider against the Kiwis and reaped rewards.

NZ vs IND: "I Prepared Myself To Bowl Hard Lengths And Had So Much Practice During World Cup," Says Mohammed Siraj
NZ vs IND: “I Prepared Myself To Bowl Hard Lengths And Had So Much Practice During World Cup,” Says Mohammed Siraj

Siraj also bowled very well in the second T20I against New Zealand wherein he took two wickets to his name. Many felt that he should have earned the man of the series award for bringing the overall quality to the table.

Team India won the second game by 65 runs at Bay Oval and took a 1-0 lead in the series. The third game ended in a tie as the rain played spoilsport in India’s chase.

READ MORE: Former Team India Pacer Dodda Ganesh Slams Hardik Pandya, VVS Laxman For Ignoring Sanju Samson in New Zealand T20Is

NZ vs IND: “I Prepared Myself To Bowl Hard Lengths And Had So Much Practice During World Cup,” Says Mohammed Siraj

However, India’s score was level with the par score and as a result, the game ended in a tie, meaning that India won the series by 1-0.

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“The wicket wasn’t easy to bat and I was prepared to bowl hard lengths which gave me the rewards. I prepared myself to bowl hard lengths and had so much practice during World Cup and I just executed my plans. I always keep it simple. Just bowl the hard lengths,” Siraj said at the post-match presentation after receiving the man of the match award.

The Men in Blue will be playing the three-match ODI series against the New Zealand cricket team after a couple of days. The game will kick off on November 25 (Friday).

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Shikhar Dhawan will lead the team from the front for the ODI series. Earlier, Dhawan led the Indian team for the tour of Zimbabwe. India came through with flying colours in the series as they won the series by 3-0.

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Siraj is not part of the upcoming ODI series against the New Zealand cricket team. He will be back in cricketing action for the team’s tour of Bangladesh. The right-arm pacer has been included in the ODI and Test squad for Bangladesh assignment.

India will play three ODIs followed by two Tests against Bangladesh. The tour begins with the ODI series on December 4.

READ MORE: Hardik Pandya Gives A Bold Response When Asked About Sanju Samson And Umran Malik Warming The Bench

NZ vs IND: India’s fast bowler Mohammed Siraj was the stellar performer for the visitors in the third and final T20I against the Black Caps.

He delivered the goods pretty well with the ball, accounting for four dismissals in his quota of 4 overs. Siraj conceded only 17 runs in his spell and drew plaudits for his performance.

Rightly so, he was named the player of the match. During the post-match presentation, he revealed the secret behind his successful bowling spell over New Zealand.

Talking about the same, he said he had enough time to prepare bowling hard lengths during the World Cup. He bowled hard lengths during the series decider against the Kiwis and reaped rewards.

NZ vs IND: "I Prepared Myself To Bowl Hard Lengths And Had So Much Practice During World Cup," Says Mohammed Siraj
NZ vs IND: “I Prepared Myself To Bowl Hard Lengths And Had So Much Practice During World Cup,” Says Mohammed Siraj

Siraj also bowled very well in the second T20I against New Zealand wherein he took two wickets to his name. Many felt that he should have earned the man of the series award for bringing the overall quality to the table.

Team India won the second game by 65 runs at Bay Oval and took a 1-0 lead in the series. The third game ended in a tie as the rain played spoilsport in India’s chase.

READ MORE: Former Team India Pacer Dodda Ganesh Slams Hardik Pandya, VVS Laxman For Ignoring Sanju Samson in New Zealand T20Is

NZ vs IND: “I Prepared Myself To Bowl Hard Lengths And Had So Much Practice During World Cup,” Says Mohammed Siraj

However, India’s score was level with the par score and as a result, the game ended in a tie, meaning that India won the series by 1-0.

“The wicket wasn’t easy to bat and I was prepared to bowl hard lengths which gave me the rewards. I prepared myself to bowl hard lengths and had so much practice during World Cup and I just executed my plans. I always keep it simple. Just bowl the hard lengths,” Siraj said at the post-match presentation after receiving the man of the match award.

The Men in Blue will be playing the three-match ODI series against the New Zealand cricket team after a couple of days. The game will kick off on November 25 (Friday).

Shikhar Dhawan will lead the team from the front for the ODI series. Earlier, Dhawan led the Indian team for the tour of Zimbabwe. India came through with flying colours in the series as they won the series by 3-0.

Siraj is not part of the upcoming ODI series against the New Zealand cricket team. He will be back in cricketing action for the team’s tour of Bangladesh. The right-arm pacer has been included in the ODI and Test squad for Bangladesh assignment.

India will play three ODIs followed by two Tests against Bangladesh. The tour begins with the ODI series on December 4.

READ MORE: Hardik Pandya Gives A Bold Response When Asked About Sanju Samson And Umran Malik Warming The Bench

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NZ vs IND: India’s fast bowler Mohammed Siraj was the stellar performer for the visitors in the third and final T20I against the Black Caps.

He delivered the goods pretty well with the ball, accounting for four dismissals in his quota of 4 overs. Siraj conceded only 17 runs in his spell and drew plaudits for his performance.

Rightly so, he was named the player of the match. During the post-match presentation, he revealed the secret behind his successful bowling spell over New Zealand.

Talking about the same, he said he had enough time to prepare bowling hard lengths during the World Cup. He bowled hard lengths during the series decider against the Kiwis and reaped rewards.

NZ vs IND: "I Prepared Myself To Bowl Hard Lengths And Had So Much Practice During World Cup," Says Mohammed Siraj
NZ vs IND: “I Prepared Myself To Bowl Hard Lengths And Had So Much Practice During World Cup,” Says Mohammed Siraj

Siraj also bowled very well in the second T20I against New Zealand wherein he took two wickets to his name. Many felt that he should have earned the man of the series award for bringing the overall quality to the table.

Team India won the second game by 65 runs at Bay Oval and took a 1-0 lead in the series. The third game ended in a tie as the rain played spoilsport in India’s chase.

READ MORE: Former Team India Pacer Dodda Ganesh Slams Hardik Pandya, VVS Laxman For Ignoring Sanju Samson in New Zealand T20Is

NZ vs IND: “I Prepared Myself To Bowl Hard Lengths And Had So Much Practice During World Cup,” Says Mohammed Siraj

However, India’s score was level with the par score and as a result, the game ended in a tie, meaning that India won the series by 1-0.

“The wicket wasn’t easy to bat and I was prepared to bowl hard lengths which gave me the rewards. I prepared myself to bowl hard lengths and had so much practice during World Cup and I just executed my plans. I always keep it simple. Just bowl the hard lengths,” Siraj said at the post-match presentation after receiving the man of the match award.

The Men in Blue will be playing the three-match ODI series against the New Zealand cricket team after a couple of days. The game will kick off on November 25 (Friday).

Shikhar Dhawan will lead the team from the front for the ODI series. Earlier, Dhawan led the Indian team for the tour of Zimbabwe. India came through with flying colours in the series as they won the series by 3-0.

Siraj is not part of the upcoming ODI series against the New Zealand cricket team. He will be back in cricketing action for the team’s tour of Bangladesh. The right-arm pacer has been included in the ODI and Test squad for Bangladesh assignment.

India will play three ODIs followed by two Tests against Bangladesh. The tour begins with the ODI series on December 4.

READ MORE: Hardik Pandya Gives A Bold Response When Asked About Sanju Samson And Umran Malik Warming The Bench

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