There was a verbal clash between Mohammad Siraj and England all-rounder Sam Curran on the fourth day of the Test match.
Team India has strengthened its hold in the Test match being played between India and England in Nottingham. On the last day of the Test match, India need 157 runs to win the match with nine wickets in hand. England scored 208 runs in their second innings, due to which India got the target of 209 runs. By the end of the fourth day's play, Team India took 57 for one wicket in their second innings. During this, there was also a heated exchange between the players of both the teams on the field on the fourth day.
There was a verbal clash between Mohammad Siraj and England all-rounder Sam Curran on the fourth day of the Test match. During this Siraj and Sam said something to each other. This heated exchange took place between the two players when Sam Curran hit a four off Siraj's ball. Earlier, as the conversation between the two players progressed, captain Virat Kohli himself came and pacified him.
The incident happened in the 74th over of England's innings. The home team was very happy with Joe Root's 21st century. Because of Root and Sam, the English team managed to take a lead of more than 150 runs. Mohammad Siraj came to throw the 74th over of the English team's innings. Sam Curran was in front of him at that time. Meanwhile, Siraj bowled a short and wide delivery on which Sam Curran hit a four. After which Mohammad Siraj went to him and said something.
After this Sam Curran also said something. It seemed from his words that he was telling Siraj to go back and bowl. Siraj did not like his style of saying and he got angry. Earlier, as the conversation between the two players progressed, captain Virat Kohli himself came and pacified him. After this, in the next over, Sam Curran once again hit a four off Siraj's ball. However, Mohammad Siraj did not succeed in taking the wicket of England batsman Sam Curran. He was dismissed by Jasprit Bumrah.