The news for India in the Sydney Test is not good. Wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant suffered an injury to the elbow during batting, after which he has been taken to the hospital for a scan. Now Saha is keeping them in his place. Rishabh Pant got this injury from Pat Cummins. (IND vs AUS Rishabh Pant) During the batting, Cummins’ ball hit his left elbow directly, after which he looked troubled with pain.
After Pant suffered an injury, Team India had to come to the ground. However, no official statement has yet come about how serious his injury is. It is reported that Pant has been sent to the hospital for a scan. Only on the report of the scan, the seriality of his injury will be known. Also, any decision can be taken on playing this test and then on the next test.
Saha is keeping in second innings
After Pant’s injury, Wriddhiman Saha is handling wicketkeeping in his place in the second inning of the Sydney Test. Saha was not part of the playing eleven of this Test match. He has been fielded as a substrate.
Pant’s injury is a shock in batting
Pant has scored 34 runs in the first innings of the Sydney Test. They are an integral part of the Indian batting order. In such a situation, his injury is not good news for Team India. Australia has already given a shock to the Indian team by taking the lead in the first innings. Now Pant’s injury is like a double stroke for him.
Second injury on Cummins’ ball
Rishabh Pant is the second Indian player to be injured in this series on the ball of Cummins. (IND vs AUS Rishabh Pant) Before this, Cummins injured Shami in the Adelaide Test. Shami had to drop out of the series due to a wrist injury.