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Fans asked Siraj the score: English spectators were bothering Siraj by asking the score, got the answer that those asking got a cold – Indian bowler Mohammad Siraj

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While trying to upset the visitors after the first day of India’s Test, Mohammad Siraj was trying to upset the English audience by asking for the score. The Indian team got out for just 78 runs against the England bowlers. After this, England started well on the first day and scored 120 runs without losing any wicket. According to the current scoreboard of the Handigley Test, England are in a strong position, which could be difficult for India if they invite India to bat with a strong score here.

Mohammad Siraj has done well in this test series. The second day of the second Test at Lord’s played a key role in India’s victory. At the handiglare, some fans tried to trouble the Indian bowler as the day progressed. Here, however, Siraj responded in style rather than anger or resentment.

This England tour of India has been very exciting. There was warmth in the second Test as well. These include Virat Kohli, James Anderson, Mohammad Siraj, Joe Root. India performed well in the match and won the match by 151 runs.

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In the ongoing third Test, India’s fans expected that Team India would be in the same form as the second Test, but against England the entire team was dismissed in 40.4 overs. Rohit Sharma scored 19 runs in 105 balls for India.

England’s opening pair is playing well and by the end of the day, England had scored 120 runs without losing a wicket. The Indian bowlers could not trouble the opening pair of England much. The spectators also tried to annoy the star bowler of the Indian team.

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When Mohammad Siraj got angry with the audience and asked how much did he score? So Siraj pointed and replied 1-0. That is, Siraj said that the score of the series is 1-0 in favor of India.

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