India's fast bowler Mohammad Siraj, who had a great start against Australia, has gifted himself a BMW car after returning home. Siraj, who took 13 wickets from three matches, posted some videos on his Instagram story where he shared pictures of his new BMW sedan.
The 27-year-old fast bowler lost his father after arriving in Australia from the United Arab Emirates. It was a difficult and emotional moment for him. Siraj chose not to go to his house but came back with the team to fulfill his father's dream.
Siraj took 13 wickets in 3 Tests in the bowling charts in his first series in Australia. From his debut in Melbourne to his performance in Brisbane.
Speaking to Sports Today on Thursday, Siraj said that he did not go home after landing in Hyderabad. Instead, the Indian fast bowler went to the cemetery to visit his father.
Describing his father as his biggest support, he said, 'My father always had the desire that my son will brighten the name of the country and I will do that. This is a big shock for me. I have lost the biggest support of my life. It was his dream to play for the country and I am happy that I understood this and gave him a chance to be happy.