Team India's hopes in England were hit hard, partner's shot gave pain, this fast bowler out of the tour!

Team India's hopes in England were hit hard, partner's shot gave pain, this fast bowler out of the tour!

The series of injuries to the players of the Indian cricket team that went on the tour of England is increasing. After opener Shubman Gill, now fast bowler Avesh Khan has also been almost out of this tour due to injury. Young fast bowler Avesh Khan suffered a left thumb injury while playing for County XI on the first day of India's first-class practice match in Durham. His thumb got dislocated after being hit by the ball and he was out of the match. Also, he is almost certain to be out of the England tour. Right-arm pacer Avesh was representing the host team after some County XI players went on mandatory isolation after coming in contact with Kovid-19 positive people. Earlier, Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane also could not play in the practice match due to injury.

A senior official of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has said that Charge, who was on the tour as a standby player, could be out for a long time due to injury and the Indian team management ahead of the Test series starting at Trentbridge, Nottingham on August 4. Will have at least one net bowler less. A BCCI source said, 'Leave this match alone, Avesh is not likely to participate further in this series as well. He has a fracture in his thumb. He will not be able to bowl for at least a month and after that his rehabilitation is expected to start. The situation will be clear in the next three days.

The BCCI did not elaborate on Avesh's injury on Wednesday but said "fast bowler Avesh Khan will be under the supervision of the medical team." He will not be able to take part in the second and third day's play of the practice match.

Hanuma Vihari's shot was hurt

Avesh was injured on the fifth ball of his 10th over in the post-lunch session on the first day on Tuesday. He was blocking Hanuma Vihari's shot. He appeared to be in great pain after being hit by the ball and was immediately given medical attention and a commentator on Durham's YouTube channel was heard saying the injury could be serious. The 24-year-old Avesh has so far taken 100 wickets in 26 first-class matches and many believed that he could have got a debut during the five-match Test series against England.


IND vs ENG: Rishabh Pant told his secret before the England series, due to these reasons, made a splash throughout the year

IND vs ENG: Rishabh Pant told his secret before the England series, due to these reasons, made a splash throughout the year

Indian wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant is glad that he has seen ups and downs in his short international career so far which has helped him shine as a player as he learned from his mistakes. Pant, who recently recovered from Kovid-19, is ready to play his 22nd Test match for India at the same ground (Trentbridge) on which he made his first impression in Test matches by hitting a long six in 2018. Pant told 'BCCI.TV' on Saturday, 'It has been a wonderful journey because at the very beginning of my career I saw many ups and downs. As a cricketer, you grow, learn from your mistakes, improve yourself and come back and perform well. I am glad that I learned from my mistakes and took advantage of whatever opportunity I got after that. I'm happy.'

Pant said that he tries to learn from all the top cricketers to become a better player. He said, 'I talk to Rohit bhai a lot like about the game what we did in the last match and what we can do in the next matches. What can I add to my game? I also take technical knowledge from Virat bhai. Especially about the back and forth game of the wicket playing England. He wants to learn from everyone to become a better player. They said,

I also talk to Ravi bhai (Shastri) a lot because he has played a lot of cricket around the world. When Ash bhai (Ashwin) is bowling, he knows what the intentions of the batsman are. So as a batsman I can talk to the bowler about what he is thinking. As a player, I want to learn from everyone.

Pant is scoring runs at an average of over 43 in Tests

Rishabh Pant has scored more than 1400 runs in Test career so far with an average of over 43. He has scored three centuries in Tests and has taken 83 wickets behind the wicket. Earlier this year, he single-handedly led India to victory on the tour of Australia. Then in the home Test series against England too, this young player had a tremendous performance. Regarding this, he said, 'I think as a cricketer, I have changed in the last one year because even if your process is right, the results do not come in favor but but you have to trust the process and do it again and again. have to stay. I had faith in my process and now I am getting results.