Mohammed Siraj pens emotional tribute to Virat Kohli: Team India’s fast bowler Mohammad Siraj has written an emotional note for Virat Kohli. She shared her pictures with Kohli on social media and revealed what she means to him. Kohli surprised everyone by resigning from the captaincy of the Test team on Saturday. Kohli decided to step down from the captaincy after the 1-2 loss in the Test series against South Africa. In a post on his Instagram account, Siraj shared his pictures with Kohli while playing for Team India and Royal Challengers Bangalore. He called Kohli his “superhero”. The 27-year-old Siraj said that Kohli will always be his captain.
Siraj wrote, ‘For my superheroes, the support and encouragement you got from you would be less than I thank you. You have always been a great brother to me, thank you for trusting me for so many years. You will always be my captain. Siraj spent his early years of IPL career in Kohli-led RCB. He also made his ODI and T20I debut under the leadership of the former captain. Although he played his first Test in Melbourne under the captaincy of Ajinkya Rahane.
He has often credited Kohli for what Siraj is a prolific swing bowler today. Kohli, on the other hand, has often praised the right-arm pacer as a match-winner. Hyderabad-born Siraj will never be able to play under Kohli, but will continue to perform together for Team India. Siraj suffered a hamstring injury in the recently concluded Test series against South Africa. There is no update regarding his recovery. But if he is fit, he may get a chance to play in the upcoming ODI series.
The three-match ODI series will start in Paarl from January 19. In the absence of Rohit Sharma, who was out due to injury, KL Rahul will take charge of the team. Jasprit Bumrah will be Rahul’s deputy for this series.
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It will not be easy for anyone to break this record of Virat Kohli, after Sachin no one could do wonders