A day before IPL 2021, this superstar player underwent operation, said- surgery completed with lion heart passion, will return soon
A day before the start of IPL 2021, there has been a big news related to Shreyas Iyer. This player of Delhi Capitals is not playing in IPL this time due to injury. During the ODI series against England, he suffered a fractured shoulder. Now the news is that he has undergone surgery. Shreyas Iyer's operation took place on 8 April. This cricketer gave this information by posting a photo after the surgery. They wrote together, 'Surgery was done with success and lion heart passion. I will be back soon. Thank you for your view. 26-year-old Shreyas Iyer was the captain of Delhi Capitals, but after his exit from the IPL due to injury, Delhi's command has been handed over to wicketkeeper batsman and currently in a strong rhythm, Rishabh Pant.
Shreyas Iyer has played a total of 79 matches in the IPL so far. In this, he has scored 2200 runs with an average of 31.42 and a strike rate of 126.07. His highest score is 96 runs. In addition to hitting 16 half-centuries, 189 fours and 83 sixes, he has also caught 28 catches. He is the captain of the team since 2019. Under his captaincy, Delhi had played the final in the previous season, and completed the journey to the playoffs in 2019. Iyer is a Mumbai player in domestic cricket. For the past two years, he is also a member of the Indian ODI and T20
Iyer will stay away from cricket for four months
Shreyas Iyer got hurt in the first ODI against England. He was hurt when he was trying to stop a drive by Johnny Bairstow off the Indian fast bowler Shardul Thakur. After this, he appeared in unbearable pain and had to go out of the ground.
Iyer will stay away from the field for at least four months after surgery. He was also contracted by Lancashire, the county club of England, but now his playing there has also been knocked out. This is because England's domestic one-day tournament will start on 23 July. After the injury, Shreyas Iyer tweeted to his fans and said, the higher the setback, the stronger the comeback.