New Delhi: Team India has dominated the whole world. The current unit is full of veterans. After Dhoni, Indian cricket is looking safe in the hands of Kohli and now Rohit. The team's youthful exuberance is in sync with the experience. If Dhoni brought newness to Indian cricket, then former coach Ravi Shastri and former captain Virat Kohli went out and taught how to win.
India won back-to-back Test series in Australia, drew in England and reached the final of the first Test Championship. At present, there are many such players in the team who are being called the horse of the long race. Fast bowler Mohammad Siraj is one such player. Former bowling coach Bharat Arun has made a big disclosure about Siraj coming from Hyderabad.
Bharat Arun told interesting story
Bharat Arun told that after doing well for the Hyderabad Ranji team, I joined Team India. At that time Siraj was playing for India-A. Whenever he used to perform well, he used to call me and ask Sir when will I get a chance. Bharat Arun told that I used to tell him that you keep doing well, no one can stop you from coming to Team India.
Ravi Shastri was also surprised
Siraj impressed India A again with impressive performances in the IPL. He made his debut for India in 2017, but his economy rate was a concern. Arun recalled how Siraj's eagerness had caught the attention of Shastri, who was impressed by his self-belief despite not knowing much about the fast bowler. Siraj finally made his Test debut in 2020. Siraj is currently the prime bowler of the team.