Indian cricket team’s star all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja has been ruled out of the entire Test series. Actually, during the batting in the first innings of the third Test being played in Sydney, Team India suffered two setbacks.
At first, wicketkeeper batsman Pant was injured. After this Ravindra Jadeja was also injured. Pant’s elbow hit the ball while Ravindra Jadeja’s thumb hurt. Both players were sent to the hospital for scans and were replaced by the Substitute player.
However, there is a relief news for Team India. A scan report of wicketkeeper batsman Rishabh Pant, who was injured while batting in the first innings, has come. Accordingly, he does not have a fracture and can bat in the second innings.
Meanwhile, a senior BCCI source said on Saturday, “Ravindra Jadeja suffered a fracture in his left thumb. It will be very difficult for him to wear these gloves and bat. In any case they will take at least two to three weeks to recover. In such a situation, he will not be able to play the final Test either. Pant will be able to bat because his injury is not as serious. Let me tell you that in the first 99th over of India, Jadeja got on the left thumb of Mitchell Starc. However he continued batting and scored an unbeaten 28 runs. At the same time, Jadeja did not take the field for fielding. Mayank Agarwal was seen fielding in his place.