Resuming from 94/4 at stumps under a clear bright sky, Bavuma and Dean Elgar struck crisply-timed boundaries to keep India frustrated.
Siraj was the pick of the Indian bowlers with four wickets in his first appearance at the Lord's and he was asked about his "finger on lips" gesture after getting each and every England wicket in the second Test.
The Hyderabad pacer is waiting to showcase his skills in England also
"Mohammed Siraj has gone from strength to strength after the tour of Australia and he was relentlessly at the batsmen even in the final over just as how he was at the first over of the innings," Gavaskar wrote
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“Yes I would have picked Siraj. The reason is that Ishant hasn’t played any red-ball cricket for a very long time," Gambhir said.
Following that incident, Cricket Australia had launched an investigation and the International Cricket Council (ICC) had also asked the Australian cricket board to submit its report.
The Hyderabad pace bowler can be an inspiration to many young cricketers
From bowling barefoot in his neighbourhood to becoming India’s new bowling sensation, Hyderabad’s Mohammed Siraj has come a long way.
"Very proud of you, Siraj! Not easy to stay on in Australia after losing your father but I am sure your commitment and passion for the game would make him very proud", tweeted VVS Laxman
`Siraj is a very, very skillful bowler and I thought he bowled very well in his first Test’
"I want to give credit to the debutants Siraj and Gill, the character they showed after the Adelaide loss was great to see," Rahane said
All the top batsmen and bowlers, who are in all the three squads, were seen taking part in the practice session
According to sources, the Indian captain moved into the bubble created for the players picked for the Australia series after the game against SRH
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