Sydney: Indian team fast bowler Mohammad Siraj (Mohammed Siraj) captured everyone’s hearts in the practice match against Australia A. Seeing his generosity, the Australian media praised him a lot. BCCI also shared a picture in reacting to this.
Green suffered a ‘concussion’
In the second practice game, Jasprit Bumrah hit a straight drive and the ball hit right bowler Cameron Green’s head on his head. Non-attacking Siraj (Mohammed Siraj) standing at the end immediately left his bat and reached out to see Green. Green was excluded from the remainder of the three-day pink ball training match between India and Australia’s A team due to a “concussion”.
How’s that for sportsmanship? The green cops one in front, Siraj goes directly to see him. #AUSAvIND #AUSAvINDA pic.twitter.com/ivPYyFF4qa
– Chloe-Amanda Bailey (@ChloeAmandaB) December 11, 2020
Australian media praised Siraj
9News Australia tweeted: ‘Indian cricketer Siraj came to see young all-rounder Cameron Green after he suffered a head injury so his sportsmanship is greatly appreciated.
ABC’s Michael Doyle tweeted: ‘Leaving Siraj’s bat and going green is the most wonderful time for me this summer.
Amanda Bailey, an Australian journalist, tweeted: “How is this game for the mind? Green’s face hit, Siraj went straight to him ”.
Non-attacking batsman Mohd Siraj quickly rushed to check on Cameron Green, who was hit in the head by a direct drive from Jasprit Bumrah.
Getty Images Australia pic.twitter.com/EfX9aEuu5i
– BCCI (@BCCI) December 11, 2020
The Cricket Board of India (BCCI) also shared a photo in which Green is seen standing on his knee after being hit on the head and Siraj is standing with him.
BCCI wrote on his Twitter account: “ Non-attacking batsman Mohammad Siraj immediately went to see Cameron Green, who was hit by Jaspreet Bumrah’s straight. ”
Explain that this accident happened on Green’s seventh. At that time, Bumrah was playing for 40 points. Green had to leave the field immediately and was then excluded from the game.