In the second innings of the first Test, Mohammad Shami was injured by a bouncer from Australian bowler Pat Cummins and now the rest of the children are unlikely to play in the three matches.
Yum India failed to make a winning start to the four-match Test series against hosts Australia. In the first Test match, India lost by 8 wickets. Now the team’s focus is on the remaining three matches. Mohammad Aamir has been a big shock to Team India before as Mohammad Shami. In fact, Mohammad Shami was injured in the second innings of the first Test, due to which he had to retire injured.
According to media reports, Mohammad Shami and the rest of the children have been ruled out of the three-Test matches. In such a situation, Mohammad Siraj can replace him in the Boxing Day Test match starting from December 26. According to Sports Today, Mohammad Siraj may get a chance to make his debut in the Boxing Day Test. The second match will be played in Melbourne. Mohammad Siraj was very impressed with his bowling in practice matches.
Mohammad Shami injured by Cummins bouncer
In fact, while batting in the second innings on Saturday, Mohammad Shami was hit on the right hand by a bouncer of Pat Cummins, after which he had to retire injured. According to the live cricket score, Mohammad Shami is not even able to catch Bala. Due to the injury of Mohammad Shami, the Indian innings ended at just 36 runs in 21.2 overs. This is India’s lowest score in Test history. Muhammad Shami was then taken to the hospital for a scan.
After Mohammad Shami’s injury, the team’s medical staff rushed to the field to help him, but after some effort, they decided to return to the dressing room, which ended the Indian innings in 21.2 overs. The team’s physiotherapist used a painkiller spray, but his pain did not subside and he decided not to bat. In the four-match series, the Indian team is now trailing 1-0. The second match between the two teams will be played in Melbourne from December 26 (Boxing Day).