Mohammed Siraj
Mohammed Siraj said goodbye to Jonny Bairstow before India's match in the first Test.


Following his ejection, Mohammed Siraj gave Jonny Bairstow a silent send-off.

Bairstow divulged that the two players never spoke to each other.

Tomorrow’s second test match is being played at Lord’s Cricket Ground.

England against India: After getting out, neither Jonny Bairstow nor Mohammed Siraj spoke to each other.

Mohammed Siraj’s “quiet” send-off of Jonny Bairstow was one of the talking points in the opening Test of the series between India and England at Trent Bridge. While many people felt it was the result of a verbal altercation between Bairstow and Siraj, Bairstow has disputed this theory by explaining that no words were spoken at Trent Bridge. “Absolutely nothing was found in there. There was no conversation between us. It surprised me to learn where that concept originated from “On Wednesday ahead of the second Test at Lords, Bairstow held a virtual press conference, saying, “

When asked about verbal disagreements in the first Test, he remarked, “In the first Test, we had plenty of those.” “I am being honest, and to be honest, I was not sure that there were too many verbs [spat] flying around. There was nothing that Siraj said to me out in the middle and nothing I replied to him in return.”

In preparation for the Second Test starting on Thursday, England has both James Anderson and Stuart Broad listed as injury doubts. Asked if he had anything new to say, Bairstow responded, “I don’t really have a lot of information.”

On the chance that James Andreson and Stuart Broad don’t travel to Barbados, Bairstow commented, “For the team, losing this player would be a huge blow. Each of these two bowlers has 1000 Test wickets to their name. But on the other hand, there is going to be a loss, but there is the potential for many other individuals to benefit.”

Following that, Bairstow noted how the team must be flexible since they can be struck down by sickness or illness at any time and that is the nature of professional sports.

Lately, Saqib Mahmood has been brought into the England squad as a replacement for the second Test.

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