Mohammed Siraj Record: The second Test between India and West Indies is being played at the Queen’s Park Oval in Port of Spain. Four days have been completed in this match. On the third day in the match, Indian fast bowler Mohammad Siraj appeared in a very good rhythm. He completed his second 5-wicket haul in Test cricket by dismissing 5 West Indies batsmen in the second innings. With this, he also equaled the 34 year old record.
Siraj made West Indies’ Joshua da Silva, Jason Holder, Alzarri Joseph, Kemar Roach and Shannon Gabriel their victims in the second innings. Siraj became the second bowler from India to take 5 wickets in an innings of Test at Port of Spain. Before Siraj, in 1989, former Indian captain Kapil Dev became the top bowler to take 5 wickets in Port of Spain. Now Mohammad Siraj has repeated that 35 year old record.
This is Siraj’s first 5 wicket haul against West Indies. He has taken the second 5 wicket haul in his Test career. This is Siraj’s first West Indies tour. Siraj has played 21 Test matches for India so far. While bowling in 39 innings of these matches, he has taken 59 wickets at an average of 30.24.
This was the condition of the second match
Four days of the second Test between India and West Indies have been completed. Team India is looking far ahead in the match so far. The Indian team declared its second innings by scoring 181 runs for 2 wickets and gave a target of 365 runs to the host West Indies. Chasing the runs, the host team has scored 76 runs for 2 wickets by the end of the fourth day. Now West Indies need 289 runs on the last day.
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