Muhammad Siraj: Mian Bhai was busy at home… Mother was crying and watching her son’s match, how happy Abu would have been!

Hyderabad: Mohammad Siraj, popularly known as Mian Bhai, was playing at his house in Toli Chowki in the city on Wednesday night. On the same ground where he learned to catch the ball. The dream of wearing the Indian jersey. Rajiv Gandhi Stadium is like the backyard of Siraj’s house. The entire city-village-family had come to console the son. Mother was sitting in the pavilion. There were other relatives with him, but if none, it was Abu. Ghaus Muhammad is no longer in this world but must be smiling from above to see this success of his son.

This moment belonged only to mother and son.

Every time the camera went to Siraj’s family, there was pride and joy. Mother’s eyes were full of tears. Perhaps she was also thinking how much better it would be if her husband was by her side. Siraj’s mother was watching everything carefully on a chair in front of the balcony of the corporate box. As the stadium erupted in Siraj’s name, she became emotional with her sister by her side. The railing of the grill was held tight. She was silent even when others were engaged in conversation. She was oblivious to everything going on around her. It was like Siraj’s moment. For a while he seemed to be in his own world with only his son and mother.

Abu was the greatest power

Anyway, Siraj was the biggest hero if India could win the match. Two wickets in one over turned the match. Four wins for just 46 runs in 10 overs. Also throw 2 over maidens. New Zealand got off to a poor start, then brought in Mitchell Santner after scoring a half-century. The biggest hand behind this success of Mohammad Siraj is his father. He used to take money from Abu’s hand and reach the practice by buying Rs 60 petrol in a two-wheeler Bajaj Platina. Playing all three formats, Siraj is currently India’s leading bowler. Siraj was on the Australian tour in 2020-21 when his father passed away. He wanted to come back but held his own and gave India a historic victory in paternal grief. He should have come back and gone straight to the grave and sat and talked, asked why he left so quickly, and seen all this.

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