IPL 2021: RCB’s Mohamed Siraj shared a heart-melting post for his late father on Eid, saying, ‘I miss you Papa’; look at the pictures- The Royal Challengers of Bangalore and Indian Spearman Muhammad Siraj published a touching message to his late father. Siraj posted two photos with his mother, late father and brother on social media and wrote a few lines that she gave to his late father on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr. “EID UL FITR MUBARAK, Maa baap saath ho tou har din Eid jaisa hota hai aur na ho tou EID ka din bhi udaas dikhta hai. He said on Instagram.
IPL 2021: RCB’s Mohamed Siraj shares an amazing post of his late father on Eid
In the past six months, Indian player Muhammad Siraj changed his fortune and became the leading player for India in Test Cricket while becoming a much improved player in T20 cricket. Show off his skills in IPL 2021 while he is playing with Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Siraj lost his father at the start of his India tour in Australia. Siraj decided to stay with the team and continue training in Australia. He later revealed that the support from the captain and his teammates had kept him motivated during those trying times.
In a recent interview, Siraj described how devastated he was after losing his father and how India captain Virat Kohli encouraged him during tough times.
I lost my father during Australia. I was shattered and I wasn’t really in my senses. It was Virat Bhai who gave me strength and support. I owe my career to Virat. Virat has supported me through thick and thin. He has always been there for me in all circumstances. I remember how I was crying in the hotel room. Virat Bhai came to my room and hugged me deeply and said, “I am with you, don’t worry.” These words encouraged me very much. He only took one test on the tour but his letters and calls motivated me, ” Serraj told The Times of India.
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