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‘How important my seven runs were’: Mohammed Siraj elated as batting practice paid off against Pakistan | Cricket News – Times of India



TOI Sports Desk

NEW DELHI: India pacer Mohammed Siraj expressed his joy after his crucial seven-run contribution with the bat played a pivotal role in India’s six-run victory over Pakistan in the T20 World Cup.
Coming in at No. 11, Siraj managed to fend off Pakistani pacers’ yorkers and accumulated three doubles (two of which were helped by overthrows) and a single off seven balls.This effort marked only the third time Siraj got to bat in a T20I, and it resulted in his highest score in the format – a crucial factor in the low-scoring game.
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“I have practiced a lot for it in the nets, even in the IPL, I practiced a lot because whatever runs the tailenders score are very crucial at the end of the day,” Siraj said in a video released by BCCI. “At the end, it became clear how important my seven runs were. I am very happy with those seven runs and the win.”
India spinner Yuzvendra Chahal lauded Rishabh Pant, who played a brilliant knock of 42 runs and took three important catches. When asked about his favorite catch, Pant played down the praise and praised ‘Miyan’ Siraj for his fielding efforts.

“All catches are favorite because when you come in after so long, you want to do well in everything,” Pant said. “At the same time, the World Cup has just started and my focus is just on putting in the effort. But, today, Miyan fielded really well so he deserves a bit of praise too.”
Siraj also reflected on his bowling performance. Despite not taking any wickets, the right-arm quick was economical, conceding just 19 runs in his four overs and maintaining pressure on the opposition.

“India and Pakistan have a big rivalry, it’s a big occasion,” he said. “My plan was that because it’s a small total, I should not try too much, keep it simple and execute it well and if the batter takes the risk and hits from there then it’s just a good shot. I just wanted to keep bowling at the same spot.”
Siraj’s all-around contributions, both with the bat and ball, were instrumental in India’s narrow win, showcasing the importance of every player’s efforts in high-stakes matches.





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