RCB vs GT: Watch – Mohammed Siraj copies Suryakumar Yadav’s celebration after dismissing Wriddhiman Saha for 1

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Mohammed Siraj celebration


Royal Challengers Bengaluru (RCB) right-arm pacer Mohammed Siraj was seen emulating Suryakumar Yadav’s famous celebration after dismissing Gujarat Titans (GT) opener Wriddhiman Saha for a low score in the 52nd match the Indian Premier League 2024 (IPL 2024). ) on Saturday, May 4 at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru.

Saha has been going through a rough patch in the ongoing edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). GT would have expected him to return to form in the match against RCB, but the batsman failed once again and was cleaned up for a 7-ball 1.

In the third ball of the second over, Mohammed Siraj bowled a short delivery outside off stump and GT’s keeper-batsman attempted a cut shot.

He didn’t have a good connection with the ball and only got an outside advantage. The ball went straight into the hands of Dinesh Karthik, who completed an easy catch. After picking the first wicket, Mohammed Siraj was delighted and performed a Suryakumar Yadav-style ‘I’m here’ celebration.

Wriddhiman Saha on IPL 2024:

1(7) vs RCB

5(4) vs. RCB

39(25) v. DC

13(11) v. PBKS

2(10) vs CC

11(13) v. PBKS

25(13) vs SSR

21(17) against CSK

19(15) vs. MI

Earlier, Royal Challengers Bengaluru won the toss and opted to bowl first in the match. They didn’t make any major changes to their XI, but GT brought Joshua Little and Manav Suthar into their side.

Meanwhile, this is the second time GT and RCB have faced each other in IPL 2024. In their first match, a century from Will Jacks helped RCB seal a 9-wicket win with 24 balls remaining against the IPL 2022 champions.

Speaking before the match, Mohammed Siraj’s teammate Glenn Maxwell said he hopes to have some success in the latter part of the competition. He said:

“I hope to have some success at the end of this tournament. The hard thing about being on the road going from one tournament to the next is the adaptability you have to have. It’s a very busy year, but I’m very grateful. Having their support in at all times.”

Glenn Maxwell also expected a great batting show from Royal Challengers Bengaluru and said they want to maintain their strengths. Glenn Maxwell stated:

“(Coming in with the bat) Hopefully it’s the same as the other night where I didn’t have to bat (laughs), but I’ve been very confident with the things I’ve been doing in training, I don’t think it’s changed too much. My form thinking has not been as clear as in the past and that can happen when you are struggling to get runs and you feel that you are in good form at the beginning of the tournament and you try too hard to start your innings without worrying about the process at the beginning, focus on. that, making sure I maintain my strengths and stick to what makes me a successful player.

Watch – Mohammed Siraj copies Suryakumar Yadav’s celebration

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