Mohammed Siraj takes five wickets on county debut | Cricket News

BIRMINGHAM: Indian leader Mohammed Siraj Tuesday took five wickets on his County debut.
Playing for Warwickshire, Siraj took five for 82 from 24 overs, helping his side beat Somerset for 219 in the second day of the Division One game.
Siraj’s scalps included the Pakistan opener Imam Ul Haq, Georges Bartlett, James RewLewis Gregory and Josh Davey.

Siraj had played a crucial role in India taking England to a 2-1 lead in the five Test series last year. The final test was played in July when England won to tie the series.
Indian spinner Jayant Yadav, also representing Warwickshire, finished with numbers 1 for 42 in 14 overs.

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