India's newest test cricketer, Shardul Thakur, will not take the field for the rest of the day, after leaving in the morning due to pain in the groin area. Thakur, who was able to pitch just 1.4 shots in his debut against the West Indies in Hyderabad, has undergone scans and will be updated for the remainder of the Test after team management evaluated him.
He landed on the bowling pin when he handed his tenth ball into the test cricket, it seemed to bend and the pain was immediate. There was no follow-up, and even when he started limping on the spot, physiotherapist Patrick Farhat ran out to assess the situation. However, it does not appear that any immediate treatment has been done. For the most part, both men only talked to each other before Captain Virat Kohli joined, but soon Thakur started walking towards the locker room.
Just half an hour ago, Thakur, 26, received his first concert. Test cap: the 294th test cricket player for India, coach Ravi Shastri, who was kissing the crest of India, celebrating his promotion to five days after a first class race that began in November 2012. They took him to XI. for Mohammed Shami, who, according to Kohli, rested after playing six consecutive Tests.
Thakur also had to rescue in the middle of the Asian Cup in September, complaining of a pain in his right groin. Although he had returned to playing cricket 10 days later, in the Vijay Hazare Trophy, it now seems to have aggravated the problem.