India vs Australia Boxing Day Test: Mohammed Siraj, his family and deceased father are proud of their first test against Australia | IND vs AUS Boxing Day test: Mohammed Siraj paid tribute to his father in Melbourne, his brother said ‘his son makes his father’s dream come true’

Mumbai: The dream of two young players of the India team came true during the India vs Australia test on Boxing Day against Australia. Opener Shubman Gill and fast bowler Mohammad Siraj made their debut in the second test.

Siraj makes his father’s dream come true

Mohammed Siraj was unable to perform his late father’s final rites last month as he was in Australia with the national team. After Siraj’s debut, his family said the fast bowler made him proud by making his test debut for India.

The Indian team arrived in Australia in November and a week later, on November 20, Siraj’s father, 26, Mohammad Gaus, died in Hyderabad but was unable to return home due to Kovid’s restrictions. -19.

His brother Ismail said his father’s dream was for Siraj to play for the country in test matches and that his dream finally came true on Saturday in the MCG.

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Ismail said: “My (late) father’s dream was for Siraj to represent India in the test. He always wanted to see him (Siraj) represent the country in a blue and white jersey, so today our dream is coming true ”.

Let us know that Siraj (Mohammed Siraj) played 15 overs on Matchday 1 against Australia. In which he took two wickets for 40 races.

The Indian team dominated on the first day of the match

The hosts had decided to strike first after winning the toss, but they didn’t take much advantage. The kangaroo army was whole for only 195 races.

Jasprit Bumrah took 4 wickets for Team India, while Ravichandran Ashwin took 3 wickets. Mohammad Siraj took 2 wickets and Ravindra Jadeja took 1 wicket in his name.

On Matchday 1, India scored 36 points in its first rounds, losing 1 wicket. The visiting team currently has 159 points behind Australia. Shubman Gill 28 and Cheteshwar Pujara 7 are not excluded from the Indian squad.