Latest Cricket News: India’s 5-match series with England has been levelled at 1-1 following a crushing defeat in the third Test at Headingley. The visitors, on the other hand, have been dealt a huge setback following Saturday’s battle. Ravindra Jadeja, India’s all-rounder, has been rushed to a hospital in Leeds for precautionary scans to determine the extent of a knee injury he sustained while fielding during England’s second innings.
Jadeja published a photo of himself dressed in hospital scrubs on his Instagram account in a storey. He captioned the picture, “Not a good place to be.” Fans began to voice their concerns about the frog as soon as the image was shared on social media.
Fans began to express their concerns over Jadeja’s fitness as soon as the image was released on social media.
I hope Ravi Jadeja is fine. pic.twitter.com/c4UR2JwWys
— Johns. (@CricCrazyJohns) August 28, 2021
While fielding, Jadeja sustained a leg injury
Ravindra Jadeja had injured his knee while fielding at Headingley and had quickly returned to the dressing room. On Day 3, though, the all-rounder has seen bowling, putting an end to any questions about his fitness. He also appeared in good shape during his 30-run innings on Saturday.
However, following the match’s finish, he was transported to the hospital for ‘precautionary scans,’ which are nothing to be concerned about. The injury does not appear to be life-threatening. However, the specific data will not be known until the scan reports are released.
There isn’t a lot of time to recuperate before the next test
The major concern for Team India is that Jadeja does not have much time to recuperate from any form of injury, with the 4th Test due to begin on September 2 at Kennington Oval in London. Given that the 32-year-old has been one of India’s only reliable batsmen in the bottom middle order, fans will be praying that the scan results are favourable and that he is declared fit and ready for the next match.
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