IPL 2020

IPL 2020: Here’s The Latest Update On Ravichandran Ashwin’s Injury

IPL 2020: Here’s The Latest Update On Ravichandran Ashwin’s Injury: After a nail-biting opening clash between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians, the action shifted to IPL’s very own Northern Derby as Delhi Capitals and Kings XI Punjab square off. And what an absolutely amazing match it was.

Delhi Capitals kickstarted their IPL 2020 journey with a bang as they defeated Kings XI Punjab in a super-over nail-biting thriller. Both the teams were on the level as the match came towards an end of regular ones. Kagiso Rabada bowled a fantastic super over and gave away only 2 runs, picking a couple of wickets. All thanks to the brilliant performance by Rabada Delhi Capitals was able to beat KXIP.

R Ashwin

Apart from Rabada, Ravichandran Ashwin was on fire during his spell in the game against KXIP. However, Ashwin was badly injured in his first over itself after picking up a couple of wickets in the same over itself.

In the very first ball of his over, R Ashwin dismissed Karun Nair. Three balls later, Ashwin sent back the dangerous Nicholas Pooran for a duck. In the very next ball, he suffered a very bad injury and seemed to have dislocated his shoulder as he made a dive to try and save the shot played by Glenn Maxwell.

Ashwin was seen grimacing in pain while holding his left shoulder before walking off the field. Later, Ashwin was seen with a sling on his hand.

R Ashwin

But thankfully, in the post-match presentation, R Ashwin appeared to take an award and it came out as a sigh of relief for the fans as he was seen without a sling in his hand. Later, the skipper of Delhi Capitals informed everyone that R Ashwin is all set to play the next game. But he also claimed that Delhi Capitals is not going to take any risk and wait for the confirmation by Physio before going ahead.

Well, we really hope that R Ashwin makes a strong comeback in IPL 2020.

 

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