Prithvi Shaw Twists Ankle During Tour Game, Taken to Hospital


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Ahead of the four-Test series against Australia,, India had noteworthy damage panic on Friday morning as Prithvi Shaw must be stolen away the Sydney Cricket Ground because of suspected lower leg damage amid the third day of the visit amusement against Cricket Australia XI (CA XI).

Shaw, who was handling at the profound mid-wicket, got CA XI opener Max Bryant simply inside the limit and keeping in mind that attempting to keep the ball in play, he fell over as force conveyed him past.

In the process the Mumbai opener turned his left lower leg while landing. He looked in a great deal of torment as India physio Patrick Farhart hurried on the field to take care of him. Shaw must be carted away the field as he was not able put any weight to his left side leg. Afterward, BCCI affirmed that he was taken to the clinic for outputs.

The therapeutic group is surveying Prithvi Shaw right now,’ the BCCI tweeted. ‘He hurt his left lower leg while endeavoring to take a catch at the limit ropes. Shaw is being taken to the healing facility for outputs.’

The damage, if genuine, will extremely influence India’s designs previously the main Test at Adelaide on December 6 as Shaw had an incredible begin to his introduction Australian visit with an agreeable 66 against CA XI on Thursday.

Prior in his introduction Test a month ago, Shaw had scored a century against Windies.

On the off chance that Shaw neglects to recuperate before the principal Test, India may need to call up a reinforcement opener, in which case Mayank Agarwal, who was picked in the squad for the Windies Tests, and the as of late disposed of Shikhar Dhawan could get a review.

On Wednesday, India’s batting mentor Sanjay Bangar said just opening space was up for gets, which implied the group would hurl up between out-of-shape KL Rahul and Murali Vijay to accomplice Shaw at the highest point of the batting line-up.


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