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Ind vs NZ: Dream delivery, says Mohammed Siraj on Ross Taylor dismissal

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], December 4 (ANI): India pacer Mohammed Siraj said that the delivery that got New Zealand's Ross Taylor out was a "dream" for any bowler on the second day of the second Test. Mohammed Siraj picked the wickets of openers Will Young, Tom Latham, and Ross Taylor, to...
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England v India: Mohammed Siraj traps Jonny Bairstow lbw for 37

India's Mohammed Siraj piles the pressure on England by removing Jonny Bairstow lbw for 37 during the fourth Test against India at the Oval. FOLLOW: England slip to 53-4 to leave fourth Test in the balance - clips, radio & text. Watch highlights of each day's play on Today at...
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England v India: Mohammed Siraj has Rory Burns caught behind

India make a breakthrough as Mohammed Siraj has Rory Burns caught behind on the fourth morning of the first Test at Trent Bridge. FOLLOW: England v India, first Test, fourth day
Listen to live TMS commentary of the first Test on BBC Sounds and watch highlights of the fourth day's play on Today at the Test at 19:00 BST on BBC Two & BBC iPlayer.
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BE O MAN ordains Indian Cricketer Mohammed Siraj

New Delhi [India], June 18 (ANI/SRV Media): BE O MAN a brand of Cosmic Kosmein Care is a men's grooming FMCG brand that aims in developing safe and high-quality men's grooming products that are 100 per cent natural. BE O MAN is proud to announce that they have recently roped in Indian cricketer, Mohammed Siraj as their brand ambassador to strengthen the brand's appeal and to foster men's confidence through grooming by using their natural products.
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Ben Stokes accused of 'abusing' Mohammed Siraj after hostile spell from Indian bowler

Ben Stokes has been accused of abusing Indian bowler Mohammed Siraj as England struggled to contain their frustrations on a dismal first day of the fourth Test. The tourists' batting once again let them down as they were skittled out for 205 despite winning the toss on a good pitch, severely denting their hopes of securing a 2-2 draw in the series.
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