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Here’s The Latest Update On Jasprit Bumrah’s Injury

Here’s The Latest Update On Jasprit Bumrah’s Injury: The Indian bowlers kickstarted brilliantly against South Africa after suffering a lower-order collapse on Day 3 of the ongoing Boxing Day Test match in Centurion. While the Indian bowlers kept everyone on the edge of their seats as they went all over the Proteas batsmen, however, an unfortunate incident involving Jasprit Bumrah left everyone shocked.

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India’s pace sensation Jasprit Bumrah ended up twisting his right ankle while in the follow-through during the SA innings. Bumrah was briefly attended by the team physio on the field as he lay on the field wincing in pain before he was seen walking off in pain to the pavilion.

The incident took place after Bumrah had delivered the penultimate ball of the 11th over, his sixth, and had taken a couple of steps forward, before falling down on the pitch with the team physio soon rushing out to the middle to attend the pace sensation. In positive signs, Bumrah was able to walk himself off the field.

Later, the BCCI via their official Twitter handle revealed that Bumrah has sprained his ankle, and the medical team his monitoring him. BCCI informed:

 “Jasprit Bumrah has suffered a right ankle sprain while bowling in the first innings.The medical team is monitoring him at the moment. Shreyas Iyer is on the field as his substitute,” 

Here, check out the Tweet:

Earlier, Bumrah had given team India an ideal start before the lunch break. He gave the much-needed breakthrough to the Indian cricket team by dismissing Proteas skipper Dean Elgar in the very first over of the innings.

After the lunch, Mohammed Shami got the ball moving as he skittled out the set betters Keegan Peterson and Aiden Markram and disturbed the stumps of the duo. Siraj also contributed by picking the wicket of Rassie van der Dussen. At the end of Day 3, India is leading by 146 runs in the second innings with 9 wickets in hand.

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Unnati Madan

I love watching cricket but writing about it came unexpectedly.

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