Former Indian cricketer Parthiv Patel has praised Mohammed Siraj for his brilliant bowling for Royal Challengers Bangalore in IPL 2021. Parthiv Patel said that Siraj nailed with yorkers and was the story of IPL 2021. Mohammed Siraj impressed fans with his spectacular bowling for Royal Challengers Bangalore. He was able to bowl economical overs during death overs, helping RCB in the bowling department.
On two occasions, Mohammed Siraj’s bowling was very commendable. He gave just one run in the 19th over against Kolkata Knight Riders, when hard-hitting batsman Andre Russell was on strike. In the match against Delhi Capitals, Mohammed Siraj defended 14 runs off his final over and earned victory for RCB by 1 run.
Mohammed Siraj Is The Story Of IPL 2021
While speaking to Star Sports, former Indian wicketkeeper Parthiv Patel lauded Mohammed Siraj for his bowling in IPL 2021.
“Absolutely they did (on RCB’s managed to resolve death over bowling issues). I thought the way Mohammed Siraj bowled this season. I think he is the story of this IPL. Everyone has spoken about Mohammed Siraj bowling well with the new ball and then not being able to bowl yorkers but this season he was nailing yorkers,” said Patel.
Parthiv, who is also an active commentator, also praised RCB’s pacer Harshal Patel for his bowling in IPL 2021.
“The emergence of Harshal Patel. He was a smart buy and he got help from the pitches as well. The elite slower ones and the yorkers also mixing in between. I thought he mixed his pace very well. He bowled well in Mumbai also, when you are playing so many games, you can get hit, that’s fine, but that wicket-taking ability is very important when you are bowling in the slog overs”, said Patel.
Mohammed Siraj scalped 6 wickets in 7 matches in IPL 2021. He had a great economy of 7.34 while bowling. On the other hand, Harshal Patel picked 17 wickets in IPL 2021. He was the highest wicket-taker in IPL 2021. Royal Challengers Bangalore won 5 matches out of 7 before the IPL 2021 got suspended. RCB held the 5th spot in the points table with 10 points.