In fact, after watching the full video, you will come to know that not only Muslim players Umran Malik and Mohammad Siraj in the team refused to apply Tilak, but batting coach and former Indian cricketer Vikram Rathor and Hari Prasad Mohan of the team staff also refused to apply Tilak. Denied. However, both of them are not Muslims. In such a situation, how correct is it to troll two players in the name of religion?
Mohammad Siraj is one of the key players of the Indian team and is consistently performing well. He is number one in the ICC ODI rankings and that is his hallmark. On the other hand, Umran Malik, coming from Jammu and Kashmir, leaves no stone unturned to destroy the opposition team with his consistent pace. They exert full force for the victory of India. Trolling like this can have an adverse effect on their performance.
Captain Rohit Sharma and coach Rahul Dravid are also seen in the video, who get Tilak applied. Let us tell you that the Indian team is busy preparing for the first match of the Border Gavaskar Trophy against Australia to be held at the Jamtha Cricket Stadium in Nagpur. Siraj and Umran are part of this Indian camp, which will take on the Kangaroos from February 9. There will be 4 matches in the Test series between the two teams, while after this a 3-match ODI series will be played.
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