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Ravi Shastri wishes Eid to Siraj and Shami in a way that will make you laugh

Former India coach Ravi Shastri pens a hilarious wish on Eid for bowlers Shami-Siraj.

Ravi Shastri is known for being very straightforward. His recent tweet clearly shows how he doesn’t think twice before speaking up. Be it while commentating, coaching, or being active on social media, Shastri is very outspoken. Yesterday, on the occasion of Ramzan Eid, Ravi Shastri made a Tweet wishing Indian pacers Mohammad Shami and Mohammad Siraj. Since Shastri has spent a lot of time as the Indian coach, he has a good rapport with the players. Moreover, he is aware of the cricketers’ food habits as well. This is why he made a comment on Siraj eating a double amount of biryani this Eid. He also called the right-arm quicks his ‘Double Trouble’. His candid Tweet wishing Eid left the netizens in splits.

Ravi Shastri wishes Eid to Siraj and Shami

Since Gujarat Titans took on Punjab Kings last night, Mohammad Shami, their pace-head was advised by Shastri to focus on the game first, and enjoy Biryani later. Whereas, Siraj plays for Royal Challengers Bangalore. He has picked only 8 wickets in 10 games so far. Shastri has suggested Siraj eat biryani twice, “tu do baar kha leh.” Although Shami has been a crucial part of GT’s good form, he couldn’t help his team win last night. However, this is only their second loss this season and their place in the qualifiers already looks solid.

Both Siraj and Shami have been a crucial part of team India, especially in red-ball cricket. Shami along with Bumrah leads the pace attack. Whereas Mohammad Siraj has made a strong place for himself in the pace unit. Their performances will be crucial for India in the Men’s T20 WC 2022 to be held in Australia.

Sanskruti Yadav
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