Muhammad Siraj signed to Warwickshire

Muhammad Siraj signed to Warwickshire

Shahzada TV | Sports Desk | Muhammad Siraj, an Indian young fast bowler, has signed to play for English County. The bowler, currently, is busy in Zimbabwe and will move to England after finishing the series.

Warwickshire has hired Muhammad Siraj, an Indian pacer, to play for it in the last stages of the County. The news of getting him was announced by the club on 18th August. Currently, Siraj is busy with his own team in the ODI series in Zimbabwe. The series will last till 22 August and the next County of Warwickshire against Somerset will begin on 12 September where Siraj will be seen in action.

Siraj also, via Twitter, expressed immense pleasure in joining the team. To him, playing County in England will be a great experience as he always enjoys playing cricket in England. Moreover, he also eulogized the stadium of Edgbaston, declaring it a world-class stadium.

Siraj is one of the six Indian cricketers to have become part of the domestic season in England. Apart from Siraj being selected for Warwickshire, Pujara is playing for Sussex. Whereas Umesh Yadav is part of the Middlesex squad and Navin Saini is performing for Kent. Besides these players, Washington Sundar was also selected by Lancashire but got injured in the Royal London one-day cup game. Siraj is the second Indian player after Krunal Pandya who is a member of the 50-over squad to play for Warwickshire.

In 52 first-class matches, Siraj has grabbed 194 wickets. He has achieved 5 five-wicket hauls and two 10-wicket hauls. The last time he appeared in a test match was the 5th test match against England in Birmingham. England defeated India by Seven wickets and led the series to a draw 2-2. Siraj got 4 wickets in that match.

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Team Warwickshire has hired Indian pacer Mohammad Siraj who will participate in the last stages of the County as he, at present, is busy in the series against Zimbabwe and will participate after being free.


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