IPL 2023: Drive An Auto. Why? Mohammed Siraj Gives Befitting … – Cricket Addictor

Indian pacer Mohammed Siraj has hit back at haters and trollers who abused him in the past. He said that it is easy to write and abuse while sitting behind the screen. Mohammed Siraj is set to play for Royal Challengers Bangalore in IPL 2023.
Recently, Mohammed Siraj came up with outstanding bowling performances in ODIs against Sri Lanka and New Zealand. After hunting 14 wickets in just 5 ODI games this year, Siraj moved to the top spot in ICC ODI rankings for bowlers.
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While speaking on an RCB podcast, Mohammed Siraj said that it is easy to write and abuse while sitting behind a screen. He also asserted that trollers and haters don’t know about a player’s struggles.
“It’s easy to write and abuse while sitting behind a screen, but you don’t know anything about his struggle. How can you abuse him? Those messages can make a person lose all his motivation. For no reason, you get abused,” Siraj said.
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Siraj also said that when he was retained by RCB ahead of IPL 2022, everyone termed him as the best-retained player. After he failed to perform well in the season, they questioned his retention in the team.
“Why? What next? They would make you the future of India one day and the very next day they would ask you to get lost and drive an auto. Why? I don’t understand it. When you do well, people praise you calling you the next big thing. When I was retained, people would call me the best-retained player. Now they are asking me why I was retained? ‘There was no need for you to get retained. You are not even good enough to play cricket,’ Siraj further said.

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Mohammed Siraj was retained by RCB for Rs. 7 crores ahead of IPL 2022. However, he failed to come up with a good show in the season. He hunted 9 wickets in 15 games and held an expensive economy of 10.07. Siraj will again play for RCB in IPL 2023.
Royal Challengers Bangalore will play their first match of the tournament against Mumbai Indians on March 5 (Sunday). The venue of the clash is M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. RCB will aim for their maiden title in IPL 2023.
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