Another injury misfortune for the Indian cricket crew as their lead pacer, 33-year-old Umesh Yadav has been ruled out of the progressing Border-Gavaskar trophy because of a calf muscle injury. 33-year-old Umesh Yadav, who tottered off the field on day 3 of the Boxing Day Test match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, will not play in the 3rd and 4th Test match and is set to come back to India from Australia, according to the most recent reports. T Natarajan, who is now in Australia with the Indian cricket squad, is required to supplant Umesh Yadav for the 3rd and 4th Test match.
India had just lost the administrations of strike bowlers like Mohammed Shami, who was ruled out of the rest of the Aus test series to being hit on the elbow by a Pat Cummins bouncer in the 1st test. Mohammed Siraj had his spot in the playing eleven for the 2nd boxing day Test match at Melbourne Cricket Ground and intrigued by taking 5 wickets. Presently with Umesh additionally joining the setback list, Jasprit Bumrah should lead the strike with a series of tenderfoots.
According to the BCCI, sources aware of everything of advancements in the Indian camp stated that Umesh Yadav will presently take an eye at recuperating as expected for the England series. According to the media reports, “Umesh Yadav’s scans came in and he will miss the 3rd and the 4th test match. Along these lines, there was no reason for keeping him down and it is better that he back to the nation and goes through restoration at the NCA. Umesh Yadav left on 3oth Dec’s night,”
Umesh Yadav was in a fine spell at Melbourne Cricket Ground when he encountered torment in his left leg and called for guaranteed clinical consideration. He limped back to the dressing area and later went through scans. The BCCI said that “Umesh Yadav whined of agony in his calf muscle injury while blowing away his 4th over and was evaluated by the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s medical group. He is being taken for scans now”.