Indian fast bowler Mohammed Shami is doubtful to play in the rest of the Test series against Australia, as he felt himself ‘unable to lift his arm’ after suffering a wrist injury in the opening Test on Saturday. Pat Cummins’s rising ball hit the Indian fast bowler’s wrist after which he had to leave the field. The Indian innings ended at just 36 runs in 21.2 overs.
This is India’s lowest score in Test history. Shami was then taken to the hospital for a scan. Indian captain Virat Kohli said after losing the match by eight wickets, “Nothing is known about Shami yet, he is being taken for a scan. Maybe by evening know what has happened. ‘
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After Shami was injured, the team’s medical staff rushed to the ground to help him but after a few tries, he thought it right to return to the dressing room, which ended the Indian innings in 21.2 overs.
The team’s physiotherapist used pain-reducing sprays but was not comfortable and decided not to bat. The Indian team has now trailed 0–1 in the four-match series. The second match between the two teams will be played in Melbourne from 26 December (Boxing Day).
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