AUS vs IND Sydney Test: Mohammed Siraj told why tears came out of the national anthem

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On the first day of the ongoing Sydney Test match between India and Australia, when the Indian team reached the ground for the national anthem, the fast bowler Mohammad Siraj had tears in his eyes. Videos and pictures of Siraj’s crying during the national anthem have gone viral on social media. After the first day’s play was over, Siraj explained why he wept during the national anthem. Siraj said that during the national anthem, he wept over remembering his late father. The third Test match of the four-Test series between India and Australia is being played at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

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After the first day’s play was over, Siraj said, “The father was missed at the time of National Anthem. My father always wanted me to play a Test match for the country. If he lived today, it would have been nice to see him. I wish he could see. ‘ Siraj’s father died during the tour of Australia and he could not go home. Siraj stayed in Australia with Team India because his father wanted him to play for the country.

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On the other hand, if you talk about the match, then Australia won the toss in Sydney Test and decided to bat first. Due to rain, only 55 overs were played on the first day of the match, in which Australia have scored 166 for 2 wickets. Marnus Labuschen 67 and Steve Smith have returned not out scoring 31 runs. In addition, Will Pukowski hit 62 runs. Siraj and Navdeep Saini have taken one wicket each from India.